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As a child, I loved listening to stories, until I grew up and started writing my own!
As a child, I loved listening to stories, until I grew up and started writing my own!

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Interviewed American author, VC and motivational speaker, Kamal Ravikant. Do read his wonderful book, Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On it. I loved it, loved it, loved it.
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My review of Nautanki Diaries where sports broadcaster, Dominic Franks talks about his cycle journey from Bengaluru to Delhi. Was pleasantly reminded me of my cycle trip from Manali to Leh in the year 2007. At one point in the book, Franks says: “When they (people at a chai shop) heard I was on a long cycle yatra, they told me to watch out for my testicles swelling up. They gave me all manner of preventive remedies!" Interesting, right? Happy reading.
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#Bookreview. My review of journalist, Sudeep Chakravarti's, excellent book, The Bengalis (A Portrait of a Community). Beyond ‘Futbol’ & ‘Mishti’, this one is a ‘Complete’ Book on #Bengalis. Hope you like my review and the book. xx
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My review of journalist-editor, Shreevatsa Nevatia's, book, 'How to Travel Light: 'My Memories of Madness and Melancholia', where he writes about what it means to be suffering from bipolar disorder in India. Hope you like it. x
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Can you be poor if you own a smartphone? Gayatri Jayaraman's book on urban poverty answers many such questions. Posting my Quinty review of her wonderful book. Let me know if you are also an 'urban poor'. B-Bye xxx
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With acclaimed Pakistani novelist Kamila Shamsie’s novel, Home Fire, earning a place on the Man Booker Longlist this year, the focus is once again on Pakistani writers.
And while Shamsie was lucky to have found the necessary encouragement for her literary pursuits in her family and publisher, others in her country have not been quite so lucky – one of the reasons that they look at booming literary markets like India. Sharing my latest article in Quint. Hope you like it.
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Interviewed international sensation and New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey, Rupi Kaur, ahead of the release of her second book, the sun and her flowers. Hope you like it. Love and hugs.xx
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