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Archana Sarat
Author/ Short story writer/ Flash fiction enthusiast/ Children's Author/ Poet/ I have always loved to cook up tales. What else can I be, but a writer?
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Archana Sarat May 24
Read how juggles writing for children and adults. With my children's book release around the corner, this has some valuable advice.
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Archana Sarat May 23
, a popular blogger and the author of 'The Day Money Died', shares a list of the seven must-read books for authors. Have you checked these out?
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Archana Sarat May 23
Why is it hard to understand? Sex is an expression of love. If it is between two consenting adults, then it is nobody’s business but theirs. Then, why are we hanging on to laws like Section 377, while we require better laws against child abuse and rape?
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Archana Sarat May 23
We might not remember the plot of ‘The Sleeping Murder’ or ‘The Murder on the Orient Express’ but we can never forget Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot. Create three-dimensional characters whom you can either love and root for or love to detest. Read more at
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Archana Sarat May 23
the bestselling author of the Vikramaditya Veergatha series, explains the difference between a premise and a story and tells us how he converted two different premises to bring out his popular mytho-fiction series.
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Archana Sarat May 20
There is so much backlog piled up for this week because of the unproductive previous week. And, the schools close on Thursday. Gosh! I don't know how I'm going to manage! 😭 : : : 💕💠
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Archana Sarat May 18
: The right mix of mythology, fantasy, adventure and mystery - this book is one enjoyable read. Review coming up on the blog soon. : : : 📖 #…
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Archana Sarat May 16
I'm a huge proponent of the fact that not all tales need to be lengthy and long-winded to make an impact. Piyusha Vir's 'Just Another Day’ has proved this fact yet again. While the book would hardly take an hour to complete, the tales would linger on in …
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Archana Sarat May 16
Each short story starts simply, moves quickly and then gets completely twisted at the end that you give a gasp of surprise. Read my review of 's at
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Archana Sarat May 16
A Classic Mystery Thriller: The Lady Vanishes : Truth be told, I had never heard of Ethel Lina White until a couple of weeks ago. As usual, my husband was on a book-buying spree and this one was delivered in my hands by the good folks at Amazon. The blur…
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Archana Sarat May 16
A Classic Mystery Thriller: The Lady Vanishes is a 1936 novel that inspired the movie by Alfred Hitcock under the same name. The book is short, well-written with an interesting array of characters and an enticing plot. Read my review at
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Archana Sarat May 14
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Archana Sarat May 14
Pens, pens and pens! 😍 : : :…
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Archana Sarat May 13
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Archana Sarat May 13
'Watch your minutes and the hours look after themselves' - I don't…
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Archana Sarat May 13
I simply love my for the upcoming week in my : All the were purchased online. I'm an official : The pens are by @schneiderpengermany and I purchased them from a local stationery shop in my local…
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Archana Sarat May 12
, the author of the month at Read Write Inspire, talks about showing up when the muse doesn't, his journey to become a National bestselling author, his writing routine and many other things in his interview
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Archana Sarat May 9
Do you listen to music when you write? I cannot. All my focus shifts to the words of the song and it gets jumbled with the words in my head. 😂 What about you? : : :
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