10 Years of Celebrating Indie Authors

Afreen Shanavas


Afreen Shanavas, the co-author of A Mélange Of Memories, Thrive, The Unheard Voices and Hope among other works is a woman who is passionate about photography and travelling. She is a self-proclaimed feminist whose works highlight the sexism women face as they navigate through a craggy 21st century. Actively breaking norms and gender stereotypes she is honored to use her voice for the silenced and is all set to smash an obnoxious patriarchal society. A bilingual and not-so-much-dedicated cinephile, her other hobbies include cycling and playing badminton. Though born in India, she was raised inRead More...

The Uninterrupted Proposal

By Afreen Shanavas in Stories | Reads: 104 | Likes: 0

“Do you love me?”, he asked, genuflecting in front of her, with a diamond cluster arch ring in a box. December brought with it heavy rains and cold winds; sleet pattered onto the road. The city was frozen; roads were covered in snow, windows were decorated with ice crystals, rooftops were submer  Read More...

Published on Feb 13,2021 05:50 PM

Love Across Decades

By Afreen Shanavas in Stories | Reads: 83 | Likes: 0

Dear Euan, By the time you’re reading this, I’d already be working on my third novel. (FYI: the other two were international bestsellers.) I know you’re not happy, but boy oh boy, the future is one heaven of a place. Piloting his Chevy around a corner, he waited for the lights to change. Bella  Read More...

Published on Feb 13,2021 05:44 PM

Another Earth

By Afreen Shanavas in Sci-fi | Reads: 124 | Likes: 0

2014 November 8th, GST 10:38 am “What the hell?”, the agent breathed, staring at the screen, open-mouthed with shock. “Guys, are you seeing this?” The large 24-foot screen displayed the satellite zooming in on a planet which looked exactly like Earth; an incredibly rare &lsqu  Read More...

Published on Jun 11,2020 10:57 AM

Mother Or Child

By Afreen Shanavas in General Literary | Reads: 127 | Likes: 0

The mother, with the baby on her back, walked through the barren land. The hunt for water seemed never-ending. Trees were ripped of its glory; only the dry twigs remained, shaking occasionally when a breeze blew. The mother could never forget the image she saw a few days before. She was resting ju  Read More...

Published on Jun 11,2020 10:56 AM

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