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Rukminiharan by Sharmistha Basu

How does one introduce, Sharmistha Basu?A known name in the blogging world, poet, thinker and terrific story-teller. A great friend, we met on the blogging world and the fiery lady doesn’t mince her words. 587 more words

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Petals of Fire Lotus in pothi.com

Well, finally took the plunge and am absolutely curious to see how many hearts I win. :)

The Lotus of Fire is up in kindle too, here: 93 more words

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"Black mist and other stories" in Kindle

Okay kiddos just as I scared you! I will be trying to make some living out of my writing, am tired of exploiting my brother’s nobility! 86 more words

Sharmishtha (trisha) Basu

"Black mist and other stories" in Kindle

Okay kiddos just as I scared you! I will be trying to make some living out of my writing, am tired of exploiting my brother’s nobility! 86 more words

Sharmishtha (trisha) Basu

my amazon.com author page

Well, amazon have this fantastic feature where you can keep all your works together, showcase them, opened mine yesterday. Have to experiment more to use it in its full potential. 19 more words

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Rukminiharan by Sharmistha Basu

How does one introduce, Sharmistha Basu?A known name in the blogging world, poet, thinker and terrific story-teller. A great friend, we met on the blogging world and the fiery lady doesn’t mince her words. 587 more words

"Petals of Fire Lotus" in pothi.com

Thanks Teagan for telling me about createspace, it is amazing!

Now why I love createspace?

I by mistake clicked their paid service and a lady named Laura contacted me, without creating a single fuss (when I told her that I dont have any money) she gave me a list of links that I followed and here is my book! 206 more words

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