The not-so-sacred feminine.
Mother, wife, daughter, cousin, sister, writer, friend, colleague and everything in between. Compulsive talker and writer – as in the one who talks and writes purely because not doing either is unthinkable.
Teacher by natural extension.
Guilty of multilingual pretensions. A penchant for words, shadows, mountains and the colour green, and an abiding lust for poetry.
I confess to being a true believer in Alice in Wonderland.
P.S. I don’t hesitate to use ellipsis and exclamation marks…!
The fact that my text ‘Once There Were Shadows‘ appears in Seagull Books Catalogue 2016-17 is an endless source of pride and joy.
I found this review while searching for an earlier short story ‘Footsteps in the Dark‘ published as part of Urban Shots ‘Crossroads’ by Grey Oaks: http://writersmelon.com/2012/05/22/book-review-urban-shots-crossroads/
My newly started weekly column on Blive, a Malayalam online news portal:
Here are some of the other links I could find: