Apostrophes are not that simple, no matter what people might say. As English language has evolved, their use has become increasingly complex. It doesn’t help that different style guides give contrasting advice regarding its use. I am an editor and in my line of work, I see even experienced writers getting confused when it comes … Continue reading Self-Editing Tips: Apostrophe
Beginning April 1, Mondays through Saturdays, I will share a self-editing tip for writers on my blog. And since this is for the A to Z April Blogging Challenge, every tip will have something to do with the alphabets A-Z, in chronological order. 26 Steps To a Better Writer! Tips from a professional editor. If … Continue reading #AtoZChallenge Theme Reveal: Self-Editing Tips for Writers.
I have Usha Narayanan--Bestselling author of Mythological Fiction--on my blog today, talking about the importance of research while writing mythological fiction, especially when the possibility of hurting religious sentiments is always present when writing about gods. Over to Usha. You have focused on a very significant issue, Dola. Thank you for that and also for featuring … Continue reading Guest Post – Importance of research in mythological Fiction by Usha Narayanan
It's that time of the year again--time to take stock of the year gone by and time to make new plans for the coming year. 2017 has been a mixed bag, both at the professional as well as personal fronts. While I had zero famine months the whole year (thank you dear clients), I … Continue reading MY GOALS FOR 2018: Never too old to start dreaming
Print Length: 150 pages Publisher: Flaming Sun (Indie published) Publication Date: September 16, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited Language: English Available on Kindle Unlimited Genre: Romance Kollywood superstar Chandrakanth, also known as CK, is a true-blue Scorpio, communicating with his eyes and believing in showing more than telling. His website and social … Continue reading Scorpio Superstar by Sundari Venkatraman
Check out the schedule here THE ROYAL ROOMMATE by P.G.Van Blurb My purpose in life is to protect you… Sid is Army strong and sinfully sexy. He is tasked to investigate a woman suspected of having connections with a rebel group. The style of investigation was not his choice, and he … Continue reading Spotlight – The Royal Roommate by P G Van
After reading Warrior by the same author, Snowbound is certainly on by TBR! Print Length: 339 pages Publication Date: May 18, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Genre: Young Adult Adventure/Fantasy Christmas is dying.The last Santa Claus had triplets who each inherited a portion of his father’s power, and that … Continue reading Spotlight – Snowbound by Olivier Lafont
Print Length: 202 pages Publication Date: July 21, 2017 Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English Available on Kindle Unlimited Genre: Romance As if losing her parents and her voice in a childhood accident wasn’t cruel enough, Anita Batra now has to come to terms with her twin’s death and help … Continue reading New Book: Yours To Love Yours To Take by Reshma Ranjan
The Wrong Turn by Sanjay Chopra and Namita Roy Ghose is a page-turner that bridges the gap between fiction and non-fiction. The fact that the novel is set during the times of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and The Indian National Army not only made the premise more intriguing, it also set the tone for my … Continue reading Book Review – The Wrong Turn
Had a lovely chit-chat with one of my favorite Indie Romance authors - Rubina Ramesh of Finding the Angel & The Knitted Tales fame. Have a looksy: Me: Including a Faberge is certainly a new idea. How did you come across it? Did you need to take permission to use Angel in your book? Rubina: … Continue reading Author Interview – Rubina Ramesh, Author of Finding the Angel.