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BY Vani IN Book Reviews, Guest post

‘Dushman’ Director Tanuja Chandra’s ‘Bijnis Woman’ is Delightful

Vani via Quint It’s been 22 years that I heard the story of Lallan bhaiya from my nani in Bareilly, but I still remember every word...

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BY Vani IN For Writers, Guest post

Between Nani’s Tales and Growing Up, Where Did the Short Story Go?

Vani via Quint My first introduction to short stories happened at the age of 5. I used to stay at our ancestral house in Bareilly with...

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BY Vani IN For Writers, Guest post

‘Dumb Down’ the Language or Indulge Yourself? Book Authors Reflect

Vani via Quint A writer recently passed me along his new thriller novel for an honest feedback. Took me a quick skim to notice that while...

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BY Vani IN For Writers

How to Write a Bestseller for Youngsters: Book Pundits Tell You

Vani via Quint A few days back, I met the editor-in-chief of a top newspaper who has also written 3 books for youngsters— none of them...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews, Guest post

Vani via Quint Two weeks ago when my editor suggested that I review a book of poetry, my answer was a vehement “No”. “Poetry is not...

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