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SS Kuruganti
Writer and blogger
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Check out this great #review  of my book Dark Things #BetweenTheShadowAndTheSoul  - thank you, Soumya for the great review! :)

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Woohoo! Great review by Nimi on The Reader's Cosmos. Check out her favorite stories from the book! 😊

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Awesome feeling when your book gets a good review! :)

Here's an excerpt from the review: "Dark Things Between the Shadow and the Soul: Fractured Fairy Tales from Indian Mythology is a darkly colorful mix of everything – romance to horror to fantasy to even humor.

This book is a good choice for anyone delving into Indian mythology for the first time. Give it a read!"

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This is the internet home of the writer, Sudha Kuruganti. My first book is a collection of fractured fairy tales based on Indian mythology. Featuring cross-dressing assassins, were-snakes, gods and goddesses, demonesses and asura kings, Dark Things…

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#DIY jewellery storage - A #simple, #cheap DIY for those low on storage but with lots of #jewelry.

Has this ever happened to you? You’re running late in the morning because you overslept (late night because too much work/drink/TV) – and as you frantically stumble through your morning routine, you throw open your jewellery box, scrabbling for a pair of…

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Chocolate Orange Lava Cakes

200 grams dark chocolate
125 grams butter
1 teaspoon vegetable oil
1 tablespoon orange zest (plus more to serve)
50 milliliters orange juice
6 eggs (3 separated into just the yolks)
180 grams icing sugar (plus more to serve)
75 grams plain flour

1. Place a bowl on top of a pot of simmering water, making sure the bottom of the bowl is not touching the water.

2. In the bowl, melt the dark chocolate and butter until smooth. Add the oil, orange zest, and juice, and heat for another couple of minutes. Remove from heat and let cool.

3. In another bowl, beat eggs and egg yolks, and add the icing sugar. Whisk until pale and thick. Add the chocolate mixture from earlier and fold in. Fold in the flour.

4. Divide mixture between greased cups in a muffin tin. Bake for 8-10 minutes at 200°C/400°F. The timing is very important but will vary in each oven. (Keep checking them after 6 minutes, and remove once the tops of the cakes are just about dry.)

5. Serve with icing sugar and orange zest.

6. Enjoy!
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I’ve always loved potpourri, and I enjoy how it fills the room with a lovely aroma. I’ve just never enjoyed how the quality stuff costs an arm and a leg. So when I collected a bunch of pine cones on my road trip to Meghalya, I couldn’t let it go without…

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Woo-hoo! =) I'm nominated for Asian Paint's Indian Decor Influencer Awards as 'Innovative Decor Star" and "Rising Star of the Year" - please vote for me in the #IDIA !

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The Book  Shreya Kaushik is a student at the Indian Institute of Management, who wants to follow the trajectory of its most famous alum – Aditya Kapoor, the ‘Paperback King’ of India, a massively successful writer of pulp books that have been made into…

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How I upcycled my boring old wooden trunk into a fun, vibrant kitschy version of itself! Part 2 of DIY wood cabinet upcycle tutorial

Continuing on from where I left off – here’s part two of my picture tutorial on how I upcycled my old wooden trunk into a vibrant, fun, kitschy version of itself. So the last time, I was done with the yellow coat of paint on my trunk. Now, onto the…
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