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Musings of JigarBy: Rashid Azar
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“Love is cute, isn’t it?” “Yeah, it was. Until you spoiled it for me.” “You know something, ‘it ain’t over until it’s over.’ ” “What do you mean?” “You know what I mean, baby..” “Oh boy.. Stop, stop, stop, stop … Continue reading
“Omg! It’s 1am already!” she exclaimed. Looking at the watch hanging in his room. “Yeah. We’ve been talking for about 3 hours now. I have never done that before.” “Me too! I do text, but I never talk late into … Continue reading
Vipin Behari Goyal, the author of Tall Man Small Shadow, is a Financial Advisor in government of Rajasthan by profession. He has already published a travel book and a collection of Hindi poems and with TMSS he debuts into the fiction. … Continue reading
Madhuri Banerjee is a multi-talented professional and Mistakes Like Love And Sex is her second novel. She is an author, writer, director, executive producer, columnist and also a mother. Her first novel, Losing My Virginity And Other Dumb Ideas was … Continue reading
There is nothing more beautiful and cute and heart-felt than a conversation without words! You don’t speak a word, just look into each other’s eyes, yet you feel you had a very beautiful conversation. That is the very essence of … Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder, how wonderful it would be if we were still together.. How happy we both would have been if we were still together.. How beautiful life would have seemed, if we were still together.. Sometimes, when I go … Continue reading
When the author, Frank Love, contacted me requesting a review for his book How To Gracefully Exit A Relationship, the questions that instantly I asked myself were, ‘this book seems to be for someone who is in a relationship and … Continue reading
“JUST LEAVE ME ALONE!!!” she exclaimed. I had been calling her incessantly, but she neither picked nor returned any of my calls. She had already blocked me from all her social networks and we hadn’t talked for over a year … Continue reading
We had been best friends for a few years now. We spent most of our time together. We watched, read, ate, hung-out, shopped, we pretty much did almost everything together. Not all the time, of course. But, more often than … Continue reading