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Song of the Desert

by Harpreet Kaur

A couple has waited 800 years for each other, that someday their love will conquer all. His life is like an adventure where he avenges the death of his parents but his only desire is to marry the girl he loves....

The Armchair Critic

by Tannaaz Irani

Tannaaz Irani has always been a lover of the liberal arts, particularly social psychology and sociology. She has a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai as well as a degree in...

Excerpts From Save The Basement Plus Other Stories

by Jerry De Munda

What follows are a few excerpts from a larger work covering my time as a volunteer fireman during the 1970s. Also included are some of my other misadventures through the years.

Symphonies in White

by Beenish Saquib

There are many shades of white. Although in daily life, the color white doesn't hold much significance, but in my life, it has been given immense importance and meaning. Some say that there are over eighty shades...

Crossing the Mirage - Passing through Youth

by BS Murthy

If passing through youth was like crossing the mirage of life for Chandra and Nithya, it proved to be chasing the mirage of love for Sathya and Prema though for plain Vasavi, Chandra's pitiable sibling, it was...

InspiredBy: Manila Part 1

by Wheldon Curzon-Hobson

Inspirational stories about Wheldon Curzon-Hobson's visit to Manila and the community leaders and social enterprises he met who are transforming communities in the slums, encouraging innovative thinking in education,...

Rancid Tales

by Den Warren

You can't live without food, but you can live without this book. . .but why should you? These are my true-life tales of woe from my many years in the Food Processing Industry. Marvel at such accounts as: Misfortune...

How My Brain Ended Up Inside This Box

by Tom Lichtenberg

When I was born I was so small I was mistaken for a french fry. I was never an ordinary child. My best friend was a seagull. I was also illegal. Artificially intelligent people like me had been banned ever since...