I write for the thrill of surprising myself with the twists and turns that my mind can make as I immersed myself in the act of writing.
I believe that lines of good and bad are blurred, and often we look at the world through the coloured lens of our personal experiences.
What’s on your list? How are you coping? The great escape: Social distancing book list, explore authors and stories.
You can create a ‘tribe’ out of any group of people, if you listen to each other’s stories, build trust, and share experiences, says Sky.
Co-authors of A Very Naughty Dragon, 9-year-old Sarah Rose and Paro Anand reveal what fun it is to cook up stories and let your imagination fly.
Author Piyusha Vir writes on re-telling mythological stories without altering the events and yet, without compromising on her notions of gender equality.
On this International Women’s Day, here is a must-read list that shouts out aloud that you can’t keep a woman down. She rises. Always.
Shakeela Bano’s qawwali was popular across board―from aristocrats and connoisseurs of music, to the common man on the street.
Mandira Bedi on her journey to not just being fit, but also developing an intent to be happy in her life, and then channeling this experience and much more in her book.
The panel called Guns and Roses: The unique challenges of writing romance and crime was moderated by Yamini Pustake Bhalerao, the opinion section author at SheThePeople.TV. The panelists were, Aarti V Raman, Srushti Mandar Rao, Richa S Mukherjee, Vrushali Telang, and Prachi Percy Sharma.
“For women writers, it’s difficult, it definitely gets dismissed but maybe ultimately we get to have the last laugh.”
Venugopal Acharya, a full-time teacher, monk and a counselor writes on self-love and happiness.