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Revealing the patterns and layers of human emotions and intrigued ways of living, the book, 'The Eclectics', is a collection of fifteen short stories contributed by multiple co-authors. Here are some gripping stories dealing with murder, science, irony, estrangement, kindness, dreams, desires, and other various facets of life. Readers of all ages can opt for this finest collection for reading in their spare time. No doubt, reading this collection of short stor
Rains in the Plains is a compilation of enthralling creations by individuals from all walks of life to touch your inherent conscience, soul, and thoughts in unconventional ways. A mere means to relax in leisurely hours for some and for others, the poetry in this collection has been written on almost everything that exists around and beyond us. All this and much more lies ahead for you to discover in this eclectic collection of 24 co-authors.
Spring Remains is an exciting collection of poems written by nine co-authors from different parts of India. All of them have made such a miscellany that one can definitely find one’s heart resting under the shade of at least one’s chosen poem. Like spring, it offers many colours and fragrances in terms of themes and styles. Readers can find this anthology very attractive and will be pulled to it as the lovers of spring.
This particular anthology 'Caged Uncaged' brings forth some of the most ordinary poems that deal extraordinarily with all those feelings and emotions. Many a time, those emotions and feelings are found static and caged in between heart and mind. There are poems that will let you connect with all those natural and raw emotions and feelings that you feel but can not express always. There are poems on various themes such as - love, life, nature, joy, sorrow, insp
Unloving How long I bear this pretentious care, With only regular meridian greetings? How long I bear this cold neutrality Of withered and unnatural emotions? Neither a taste of pleasure springs From the fruit of this unlovingness, Nor a gust of gratifying wind sneaks in. Now, I feel the bites Read More...