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You Do Not Have a Memory- It Has You!

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Memory

To aid your fickle memory, it is time to get yourself a jotting pad. Your memory is not really a dependable asset. It forgets things which are vitally important and refuses to let go of things you’d rather it did not store for posterity. But no, it WILL do the opposite both times! Touch has a memory. ~ John Keats… Read more »

Book Review: Water Boarding by Bragadeesh Prasanna

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Water Boarding is not just a romantic story. While the story revolves around love (yes, there is a love triangle),  this story is a lot more than just another romance. The story demonstrates how circumstances and events can hold you immovably captive in their grip, reducing you to a helplessness so acute that you feel as if you were drowning. [Water… Read more »

One Book Is All It Took

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I bought a book* around fifteen years ago. For some reason I can no longer remember, I did not read the book for almost three years after I got it. There it sat, gathering dust, while I struggled trying to find a foothold in the dense fog. All the while, if I had but read the book, I might have… Read more »

Game Changer

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Soni_Soni: Hi! Mohican_Man: Hi to you! Soni_Soni: What have you been up to all day? Mohican_Man: Oh, it has been a lousy day, not worth recounting. What have you been doing? Soni_Soni: Nothing! It’s been a horribly dull day. I got so bored, I could scream! Mohican_Man: In other words you’ve been missing me! Soni_Soni: One of these days I’ll… Read more »

Broken Wings (Fin)

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Continued from Broken Wings (I) and Broken Wings (II) A week after her elder sister had been married off, he had forced himself on her. She took her sister’s place who was his ‘plaything’ before Malti. He had formed an incestuous relation with his first daughter even before the child had turned ten. In that sense, Malti was luckier. She… Read more »