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message 1: by Neena (new)

Neena (I-am-addicted-to-reading) | 9758 comments Mod
Do you love to write? Have you written a small story or may be something else? It would be lovely to share it with other members. Have you written a novel that's going to publish soon or you already have published few books? May be you would like to share one or two chapters from your novel with other members so they could get a glimpse of your writing. If you want to share your writing with other members please feel free to post it here in this thread.


message 2: by Satish (new)

Satish Jha | 162 comments 'what is he doing now'she
asked.'He is sleeping'her mother
replied.'what is his problem.He
sleeps all the while.He never plays
with me neither he talks with
me.'Her mother didnt reply.She
almost fell asleep herself.She
resumed digging mud with her
fingers.'Is he hungry'she asked
after a minute.'I dont think so'
came the faint reply between long
slumberous breaths.'You lie.He
never eats'.
She got up dusted her hands and
went to kitchen.she came out with
four mashed biscuits and put them
on her mothers belly .Then she
resumed her excavation project.


message 3: by [deleted user] (new)

Hi Pushpam, for the promotion of your books please stick to the writers section. This thread is for amateur efforts. :)

- Anirban.


message 5: by Subhalakshmi (new)

Subhalakshmi Roy | 18 comments Do read. It is a short story which I wrote sometime ago..:)


message 6: by Rahul Nath (new)

Rahul Nath (cultofpersonality) | 2406 comments ^^^ Interesting. You could use the femme fatale to write something longer. :)


message 7: by Subhalakshmi (new)

Subhalakshmi Roy | 18 comments Thanks...yeah i'm working on something like this...:)


message 8: by Rahul Nath (new)

Rahul Nath (cultofpersonality) | 2406 comments And I liked that you didn't name the character. Adds mystique :D


message 9: by Subhalakshmi (new)

Subhalakshmi Roy | 18 comments :)


message 10: by Akhil teja (new)

Akhil teja (akhilsayaawesomeeeeee) "" Her denims were stained with brown flecks, as she walked the small distance between the bakery and the car ""


How can u imagine even small things like "brown flecks"

that is so normal in real life but nearly tough to imagine


message 11: by Subhalakshmi (new)

Subhalakshmi Roy | 18 comments You pay attention to detail I guess. Normally, I find that describing even minute details not only adds to creating a proper atmosphere, but also fills up pages.
That's like intelligent cheating...

:)


message 12: by Karen (new)

Karen Charlton | 6 comments My new novel, 'The Missing Heiress' is now available in hardback and eBook format.
Published by Knox Robinson Publishing: 6th December 2012

Please follow this link to the kindle store:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Missing-Heire...

Please follow this link to read an extract on my website:
http://www.karencharlton.com/the-miss...

Northumberland, November 1809: A menacing figure stalks women through Hareshaw Woods and a beautiful, young heiress disappears from her locked bedchamber.

The townsfolk cry 'witchcraft' and the local constabulary are baffled. Helen Carnaby's worried uncle sends for help from Bow Street magistrates' court in London. Detective Stephen Lavender and Constable Woods now face their toughest and most dangerous assignment.

Convinced, at first, this is just a simple case of a young woman who has eloped with her lover, Lavender and Woods are alarmed to discover a sinister world of madness, violence and secrets lurking behind the heavy oak door of the ancient pele tower at Linn Hagh. Why did Helen Carnaby flee on that wintry October night? How did she get out of her locked bed chamber? And where is she now?

Hindered by Helen's uncooperative siblings, distracted by gypsies, rebellious farmers, highwaymen and an attractive and feisty Spanish senora, Helen Carnaby's disappearance is to prove one of the most perplexing mysteries of Lavender's career.

Set in the beautiful market town of Bellingham, Lavender and Woods eventually strip away the facade and discover the grim truth and stark evil which lies behind the closed door of a respectable family home.

'The Missing Heiress' is the first in a series of Regency mystery featuring Detective Stephen Lavender and Constable Woods.


message 13: by Divyaroop (new)

Divyaroop Bhatnagar (debubhatnagar) | 1 comments Take a look at my new book - 'Journey to the Hills and other Stories' The stories are set in Mussoorie in the '60s. Full of nostalgia, interesting characters and family fun. Available on Flipkart
http://www.flipkart.com/journey-hills...


message 14: by Amith (new)

Amith Vikram | 7 comments Check out the real history of the whole world interpreted according to Indian Mythology!

http://sharavega.com/lounge/40-the-se...


message 15: by Harsh (new)

Harsh Rakesh (rkhhl) | 36 comments A fan fiction:

http://www.goodreads.com/story/show/3...

do check it out...


message 16: by Rochelle (new)

Rochelle Potkar (rochellepotkar) | 1 comments Hi Everybody,

My ebook, 'The Arithmetic of breasts and other stories' is a cluster of 7½ literary short stories that explore the romantic-sexual facets of its characters.

Of: Narain who lusts for Munika, hypnotized by her bosom in The Arithmetic of Breasts, and old Jaganlal who wants a favour from young Dia in The Room with a Sea-view.

Jackie who is in love with Nic in Sky Park, and the surgeon in Dr. Love who is changing much more than Sneha’s hairline, nose, lip and chin.

Shonali and Neel who are realizing that infidelity might not be such an easy thing in The Scent of a Conscience, and a woman who walks the tight rope between tradition and sexual exploitation in A place they call Scary.

And, Sunil who meets the woman of his desires in What Men Want through an adult dating site.

Available on Amazon India: http://www.amazon.in/The-Arithmetic-B...

Flipkart: http://goo.gl/HIbVoB

This book’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorRochelle

Enjoy Reading!


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