Islands in the Stream is Sonal Singh’s labour of love that needs to be savoured slowly and with care. Do pick up the book, dear friends, and be prepared to get drenched in a deluge of feelings and sensibilities, that will make you look inward, and leave you with some enduring life lessons.
As the title suggests, this delightful collection of stories makes us sit up and take note of so many vignettes of our daily life, buried under layers of mundane oblivion. Smita Das Jain’s deft penmanship delves deep and crafts them into heart-warming literary pieces that are both relatable and relevant, doing complete justice to her laudable story telling skills!
When Devil Married God boasts of a spontaneous style of writing and an eclectic mix of incidents that we probably see happening around us all the time, but fail to notice or observe closely.
True to its title, this anthology is, indeed, all about people – people belonging to different parts of the country or the globe, having varied backgrounds, sporting diverse idiosyncrasies – and how they choose to live their lives.
Belying popular expectations, Chasing Nirvana will not really induce a trance or Zen mode in the reader but will jolt him into doing a reality check, and set him off on an experiential journey through its treasure trove of gripping, riveting tales!
Myriad of Dreams is Nisha Tandon’s labour of love done right. Her motley assemblage of themes, messages and rich vocabulary, form a rich warp and weft which, when put together, create a beautiful poetic tapestry which is bound to excite, elate and inspire the readers.
The novel is a storehouse of discerning life lessons and doable survival skills that are bound to enrich and empower our lives – sharing and caring, hospitality, team spirit, unity in the face of adversity trust and loyalty, being a few of them.