Posts Tagged ‘editor’s pick of the week’

Abhilash Sanyal is a Cyber Security engineer, currently working with ITC Infotech. Apart from being a voracious reader, he spends his free time writing short stories, thrillers being his favorite genre. He also likes playing the guitar and visiting new places. How was your experience with the Juggernaut writing...

Vinayak Nadkarni is an IT professional and a writer whose stories have been previously published by Penguin India and Story Mirror. His first major break through was the huge success of the book ‘Love Stories That Touched My Heart’ in the year 2012. In August 2017, he has independently published his book ‘Why So...

Hari Kurup is a lecturer with a reputed institution in Mumbai and writing stories and books comes as naturally to him as breathing. A voracious reader, having devoured classics since childhood, Hari always had the burning desire to get published and tell the world his stories in his quirky style. How was your...

Deepali Junjappa AKA Dipu Darko is a story teller and believes she was born to spill dreams that have been festering inside for the last six hundred moons. After she completed her Masters in Creative Writing from Macquarie University Australia, Deepali worked for various newspapers, magazines and wrote many TV shows...

Manoj Kumar works as a HR Professional with a leading product startup in Chennai. Apart from that, he loves writing spine-chilling mystery and thriller novels both in English and Tamil. He lives in Chennai with his wife and a 1.5 year old. Bindiya Surya is a dancer, writer, and an artist. She completed her Master’s...

Amrita was born in Kolkata and prefers to be known as a Bengali and not ‘Bong’. A history graduate from Presidency College, Kolkata, she started her career as a graphic designer with an e-card designing firm. However, having realized her greater affinity towards the written word she moved to content writing and...

Debleena is an entrepreneur and a storyteller based in Bangalore. After 15 years of wrestling with corporate gloves across companies of various sizes, she realized that she is not really hand-in-glove with the corporate ladder climb. Her fine sense of direction made her get lost multiple times in the corporate cubicle...

Saburi Pandit is a Literature Major, an avid reader, and always aspiring to be a better writer. She really enjoys analyzing and critiquing everything around her, from pop culture to a long-form essay to banal weather. She’s extremely interested in human lives and how they sustain each other. She sources my calm from...