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After finishing her A Levels at Bridgine School, Windsor, and getting a BA (Hons) at Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, Reshma started her career as a Journalist for India’s national newspaper The Hindu, Business Line but left mid-career to pursue an MBA at the Indian School of Business that led to a successful career in Investment Banking. After 5 years in Investment Banking she quit her job to travel for two years and visited Europe, China, and the US. She conceptualized the novel during her travels through the Tuscany wine country. She created the eccentric Ms Krishnamurthy, her precocious cat and her dog eat deal environment. Her deep appreciation for the south Indian family dynamic, experience as a freelance journalist and a passion fo ...more

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Reshma K. Barshikar I was in Tuscany sipping a lovely Brunello when I realized it was the perfect setting for a liaison of a romantic nature. There is wine, music, good…moreI was in Tuscany sipping a lovely Brunello when I realized it was the perfect setting for a liaison of a romantic nature. There is wine, music, good food and art. When I came back from my vacation and went back to work, I was still thinking about it and wondered how wonderful it would be to go on work to Tuscany and work on a wine deal. And so I began writing a story and went back there everyday, in my head, until it finished. The fact that I would need to spend more time there was an added bonus. (less)
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Are you tired of listening to lyrics like, ‘Baby, I’m sorry (I’m not sorry)


Baby, I’m sorry (I’m not sorry)’. I am. It’s not like I’ve got anything against the current wave of pop music, but there’s a reason I reach for Joan Baez and Fiona Apple, Cohen and Oasis. Sometimes you want to listen to someone tell you a story, or transport you to a feeling you’re unable to express. So imagine my abs...

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The Hidden Children by Reshma K. Barshikar
"An extraordinary tale of a young girl Shayamukthy who apparently suffers from Dyslexia and has a quaint vibe surrounding her is The Hidden Children. She plays basketball, sees butterflies and has an illusion of a pencil floating in the air and doe..." Read more of this review »
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"“The universe has many possible histories and many possible states. What we call magic, therefore, is a manipulation of energy that we are yet to fully comprehend. It is suite word for now, but it is sorely immature in totality.”

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