The very title of Madhulika Liddle's recent short story collection, 'Woman to Woman: Stories', caught my attention and then when I read the blurb, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. This is what the blurb says, 'A young girl finds herself looking on as her mother listens to the woes of the … Continue reading #BookReview: Woman To Woman By Madhulika Liddle
(Photo Credit: A Mixed Bag) I was speechless when I stepped into our honeymoon suite in Thailand. The rooms overlooked the cliffs and the clear beach next to the hotel was already inviting me for a relaxing swim. I stepped into my fancy bikini, one of the many I bought for this occasion. This one … Continue reading The Honeymoon: Sunday Photo Fiction Challenge
(Image Credit: ©Russell Gayer) I swore and stopped the car. 'The road trip was your idea!' Veena huffed. 'Yeah but not stopping overnight in the village was yours!' I retorted. ‘Do you think it was safe for two women there?’ 'Shut up!' I shouted tearing the silence apart. My friend disappeared into the thicket with … Continue reading Friday Fictioneers: Public Toilet
(Image Source: Author's Own) Many of us participated in the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) where we had to write 50,000 words for the month of November. We might have been tired, cranky, swamped under work, going through personal turbulence, and yet we kept writing. Some of us didn't even write at a regular … Continue reading Life After #NaNoWriMo And How Do You Build A Regular Writing (Or Other) Routine?