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Daunting Deeds is an anthology with multiple writers contributing short stories narrating an incident that changes the protagonist for life.
Exploring topics like suicide, apocalypse, sexual abuse, revenge, sacrifice, & death, the stories in this collection cling to the reader for a while after experiencing them.
Crowns & Curses is an anthology of two short stories titled “Lavender Scar” & “Sky & Sea”, published in 2015 & 2017. Dealing with the themes of love, power and jealousy, the stories in the anthology have royals, crowns & mythical creatures.
Additionally, both stories deal with complicated families fighting within themselves to achieve dreams that lead them nowhere. In “Lavender Scar”, jealousy and improper decision-m
Creators’ Catalog I is a collection of nine selected stories compiled from the submissions of Creators Contest 2022. Held every year in the month of February, this year’s contest was required to have the following lines: “A knock on the door with a familiar voice calling out. Suddenly, all surrounding sounds drowned out, making the heartbeat get seemingly louder.”
Open for all categories of submissions; this year’s
Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple is the first of the 108 prominent temples of Lord Vishnu, and it is exceptional in terms of its history, architecture, planning, & mythology from an artistic perspective. The sheer magnitude of this monumental art is unparalleled.
“Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple” by Neeharika Gembali delves into the subjects as mentioned earlier, exploring this temple’s uniqueness and iconic nature while discussing a few le
Fables & Folklores is an anthology with multiple authors encompassing five kids’ stories and seven folklores. Divided into two parts, the first part of this book has kids’ stories dealing with greediness, peace, service, & nature.
The second part of this book deals with the folklores about Aashaadha Ekadashi, Makar Sankranti, Pada Gaya, Diwali, Holi, Dussehra, & Vat Savitri. Get a copy to relish the short and spellbinding stories.
‘Pebbles & Petals’ is an anthology of relatable and engaging poems compiled to take the reader along on a journey.
The first part of the collection has verses revolving around pithy observations expressed with hints of sarcasm. These thoughts originate from an objective viewpoint. The second part, in contrast, deals with verses built on an emotional voyage, taking the reader through stages of coping.
Overall, the ideas explored are
Dreamers’ Paradise is a collection of twelve poems from multiple poets jotting down their thought processes about different ideas, i.e. society, nature, loss, love, introspection and choices. Assessing each notion from diverse point-of-views, each poem in the collection explores a concept as to how they reflect in our day-to-day lives.
After the four brothers attempt to conquer the Verni World, they are defeated and arrested by the two embodiments of Creator Vernakula namely Olrin and Archen; fighting alongside are Olrin’s pupils called Hunters. Post victory, Olrin goes missing and Archen is suspected to be corrupted as he doesn’t serve his destined purpose anymore.
Without the support of the embodiments, the world order established by Olrin crumbles and kingdoms d
Are humans only as powerful as their thoughts? Does karma affect them? Does God exist? Do they possess a soul? Are they prosecuted for their deeds? Are they controlled by the omniscient irrespective of their beliefs? Are all of them bound to the laws created by Holy Men? Should they always procreate by sex? Is evil subjective?
These are a few questions Rajiv R Nair & R. S. Chintalapati discuss using their novelette titled Burning Beacons. Through the s
A couple of youngsters start taking life decisions without any idea as to what the consequence of these decisions could be on their future. Each of them then has to either grow beyond the problem or surrender to their circumstances in their journey.
“Broken Bonds” by R. S. Chintalapati is a drama that deals with the themes of love, life, legacy & compromise. It shows how one should either grow beyond their problem to solve it or succumb and
After the four brothers are defeated, two embodiments of Creator Vernakula help guide men for a few Temprests. However, lost in desire for supremacy, both of them fight. While the icon of faith, Olrin faces Archen, the punisher of injustice. Know what happens...
Naina interns at Ratan Industries and falls in love during her training. However, before she expresses her feelings, she is soon separated from him due to the completion of the internship, but before long, she returns to meet him. Find out what is her destiny...
A few years into their relationship, Karan finished his Master’s before asking Supriya if she was willing to lead her life with him. Even though they were emotionally invested since they met, this was the first time they approached the topic of marriage. Before each of them could truly answer the question of leading a life together, both of them had to address their insecurities and muster their strength to respectfully disagree with the very people who
A couple of youngsters start realizing their abstract understanding of life is inadequate in the face of reality when they put their idolized teenage plans to execution. Realizing their amateur thought-processes have to be re-evaluated and their decision-making capabilities have to become more robust, each character either grows beyond or surrenders to their circumstances.
“Strange Lives” by R. S. Chintalapati is a drama that deals with th
Radical Realities is an anthology of three short stories by three writers namely Krishna Phani Sharman, Manognya Bethapudi, & P. C. Ravuri. The selected stories have been chosen based on their realistic narratives where characters are taken through radical and unpredictable storylines while dealing with the theme of family.
Whispering Thoughts is an anthology of fifteen flash fictions by nine authors namely Edlyn D’souza, Harsha Modukuri, Nikhila Kotni, Prakhyat Chatla, Preety Singh, Priyanka Udatha, P. C. Ravuri, Rajiv R Nair, & R. S. Chintalapati.
The flash fictions in this anthology have been chosen based on their anticipated endings and their themes of love or loss.
Casket of Tales is an anthology of short stories by eight authors namely Harsha Modukuri, Nikhila Kotni, Priyanka Udatha, P. C. Ravuri, Rajiv R Nair, R. S. Chintalapati, Sharon Mathew, & Viswanath Perala.
The short stories in this anthology have been chosen since all of them deal with the theme of love in unique yet memorable ways.
Eccentric Endings is an anthology of redrafted short stories built by R. S. Chintalapati in collaboration with Harsha Modukuri, Maneesha Pujari, Nikhila Kotni, P. C. Ravuri, Rajiv R Nair, Sharon Mathew & Vaidurya Pratap Sahi.
These short stories dealing with the themes of choice, death, liberty, power, truth, value, & wicked have been chosen based on their conclusions.
Accepting her friends’ request, Naina chooses to write ten incidents that have affected her life the most. To begin with, she writes about traveling to a new city where she encounters her love.
She makes a decision in haste which she later regrets. Hurt by reality while being driven by her fantasies, Naina understands the need for a change. Hope for a prosperous future makes her take a resolute decision which acts as a catalyst to achie
Immortal Verses is a collection of poems from poets on topics like ageing, ambition, beauty, belief, change, choice, corruption, downfall, death, dreams, duty, ethics, evil, fate, failure, faith, friendship, glory, gods, heroism, honour, hope, identity, ignorance & immortality.
Explore the verses crafted by Edlyn D’souza, Santhosh Annabattula, Rohit Damaraju, Sreeraj, and many more while relishing the essence in them.
God’s Council is the story of eleven Creators, the original forms of life created by
the Eternal Energy worshipped as God . After many galecs , these Creators created
humans, fairies and many more.
The Four Auins is the first book in the God’s Council series about the birth of the
four brothers. The story begins galecs after Vernakula created humans and when
Irunkula, the youngest of the Kulas decides to create fairies. Howeve