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The Hidden Pen Names Some Pen Names Remain Hidden

Author Name: Pratima Chaubey & Abhishek Pandey | Format: Paperback | Genre : Letters & Essays | Other Details

There are plenty of writers who write and remain undiscovered. They represent themselves with their words and their pen names. These pen names hide their actual, realistic selves from their writer selves. We, Abhishek Pandey and Pratima Chaubey came together to give a platform to such aspiring talented writers to express themselves or their writer selves with their names (or pen-names).

This book will take you on a journey of emotions. It has all the thoughts & those emotions behind the writers who slipped their words to make them a part of this book. It deals with the agony, sadness, love, joy, and so many more emotions that writers have expressed through their words. There may be so many words and write-ups that you may find close enough to hide yourselves. It may feel just as if it is your life spilled on the papers.

Our writers have written these inclusive pieces which we have presented before you to indulge. Cry through them, laugh with them. Live through the words that you come across this book. 

We have worked hard together to bring this book to you. 

The book might become your best friend or merely another book you have read. 

All in all, we hope you like the efforts we put in to bring this compilation to you. 

We wish you luck in the future.

With love, 

Abhishek Pandey

& Pratima Chaubey

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Pratima Chaubey & Abhishek Pandey

Abhishek Pandey and Pratima Chaubey are pursuing degree in Bachelor of Engineering. 

They wish to share a platform for all the talented writers through their anthology.

Author Abhishek believes that-

"Imagination is the only key which leads you towards your goal.

 So, share your thoughts and words."

And Author Pratima beautifully adds to it by saying: "It's always good to represent ourselves with our thoughts and imaginations and that's what I always do."