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BY Vani IN Book Reviews

Book Review: 17-Year-Old’s First Book is a Brave Takedown of Privilege [Quint]

Try wandering up the teen section of a bookstore, and all you are going to find is romance, thriller, fantasy or any combination of these fiction...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews, Guest post

‘Dushman’ Director Tanuja Chandra’s ‘Bijnis Woman’ is Delightful [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 of it. Lallan...

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BY Vani IN For Writers, Guest post

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

My first introduction to short stories happened at the age of 5. I used to stay at our ancestral house in Bareilly with my nana, nani....

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BY Vani IN For Writers, Guest post

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

A writer recently passed me along his new thriller novel for an honest feedback. Took me a quick skim to notice that while the story was...

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BY Vani IN For Writers

How to Write a Bestseller for Youngsters: Book Pundits Tell You [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 have been bestsellers,...

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