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Thinking of ideas to start writing

Thinking of ideas to start writing
​Mumbai, 2001. In the waiting room of a doctor's chamber with my 3 year old son, I was leafing through a woman's magazine. I've always enjoyed reading agony aunt columns and that day I read a letter by a young girl.'I confessed about having sex before marriage to my husband during our honeymoon and now he wants a divorce. I love my husban...
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10 Questions with Vish Dhamija

10 Questions with Vish Dhamija
​I first met Vish Dhamija at Jim Corbet National Park; the venue for Kumaon Lit Fest, 2016.​ I was a debut author and he was there for the launch of his book Nothing Else Matters - a romantic thriller. A skilled writer of crime fiction, a prolific author of numerous bestsellers; Vish is rightfully called India's John Grisham. The list of ...
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BOOKS YOU MUST READ IF YOU'RE A WRITER

BOOKS YOU MUST READ IF YOU'RE A WRITER
In this series I write about books that I've read, enjoyed and learnt from as a writer.I kick off with my latest favourite I Let You Go by Claire Mackintosh.The book is a psychological thriller that guts your insides and leaves you gasping for more. There's a lot to learn from it if you write fiction or aspire to write fiction.The author ...
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Writing Novel 2

Writing Novel 2
​Let me make it clear at the very outset, I'm no longer writing my second novel, it's actually Novel 3. Novel 2 was written and then I scrapped it totally. I kept just a sliver of the original story and crafted a completely new story. So while it will be my second book, it's actually the third story I'm writing. Boy! it has been such a roller ...
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Writing A Forgotten Affair

Writing A Forgotten Affair
​Every book is a journey by itself. There's always a story behind the story. I've always been a writer; a freelance writer, a corporate writer but fiction remained a distant dream. I knew I would write a novel one day but didn't know when. I would visit book fairs, book shops; gaze at the rows of books, look at the increasing size of the space occu...
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