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The Doppelgänger by Ruchira Khanna #review #paranomalfiction

The Doppelgänger by Ruchira Khanna

Ruchira is the author with a sense of calm and delves into the human mind, the psyche. The Doppelgänger is her latest book, it is a short story which transcends life and death. Weaving stories that explore our relations and life choices. Ruchira has also written a children’s book, about Alex and Angelo. She weaves …

#Matsya The First Avatar @SundariVenkat #Kidlit #Mythology

#Matsya The First Avatar

Gods & Wise Men #Matsya is a simple story of the various God’s and their different appearances. The Hindu mythology is multi-faceted and Sundari is doing a great service by writing these short stories about the God’s and their life. Kids and adults alike can learn and understand the different Avatars of God. I plan to …

DARKNESS THERE But Something More: An Anthology of Selected Ghost Stories

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DARKNESS THERE But Something More is an anthology of 30 selected ghost stories by authors dispersed all over the globe celebrates the spine-chilling thrills and sense of awe and bewilderment of this very inexplicable world inhabited by the other-worldly beings. Come, experience the cataclysmic, weird, and at times, benevolent spirit world and you will never …

Real Life Tales #HalfPantsFullPants Spotlight @SuspiAnand @tbcblogtours

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#HalfPantsFullPants vividly captures the real childhood adventures of a generation of people in Shimoga. Small stories make it a fast and fun read.  It’s a glorious reminiscence as well as a tribute to this wonderful town.     Check out the schedule here   HALF PANTS, FULL PANTS REAL LIFE TALES FROM SHIMOGA by Anand Suspi …

#EatingRobots Book Review #SciFi

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Eating Robots is a short story collection about fantasy, science and robots, a future where the robots are a part of each and every aspect of our lives. The author has penned the stories of #EatingRobots in varying lengths and they cover so many different aspects science fiction. The blurb mentions, “health-monitoring mirrors, tele-empathic romances …