Posts Tagged ‘Thrillers’

Suneet Sasidharan’s Walkies is the honourable mention for the Time To Thrill writing contest. Editor’s note: Walkies portrays the unease a lot of us feel about how technology is reducing our life to a joyless existence and how the act of rebellion against it might come at too high a price. One feels for the...

We got to read some thrilling stories in the Time To Thrill writing contest. Have a look at the top two entries. The Invisible Neighbors by Prachi Sharma The winning entry of the contest, The Invisible Neighbors is a thrilling tale with a shocking twist at the end. Prachi has won herself a contract with us....

Have had some unimaginable, unexplainable and unbelievable experiences this year? Life looks like a thriller & horror combined movie? Come take this interesting quiz and find out which horror novel’s plot line describes your unexplainable life!

Abheek Barua, who’s written the terrifying new thriller The Beheading and is also chief economist at HDFC Bank, has a great playlist at hand when he’s writing: a terrific Blues band, Pearl Jam, Hindustani classical and Bach! We asked him why he found it easier to write newspaper columns than fiction, and how he writes...