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New Release: Spotlight on SOUL WARRIOR by Falguni Kothari


Soul Warrior: Age of Kali 
by  Falguni Kothari
Fight fate, or succumb to destiny?  In the dark Age of Kali, the Soul Warrior alone stands guard over the Human Realm, protecting its denizens from evil-willed asuras or demons. When a trick of fate appoints him guru to a motley crew of godlings, he agrees to train them as demon hunters against his better judgment. Suddenly, Lord Karna is not only battling the usual asuras with sinister agendas, but also rebellious students and a fault-ridden past. 
Spanning the cosmic realms of mythic India, here is a tale of a band of supernatural warriors who come together over a singular purpose: the salvation of Karna’s secret child. 
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Kuru Kshetra Battlefield. 
Day 17 of the Great Kuru War, seven thousand five hundred years ago.
Death is hot. 
That surprises me. I’d imagined death as cold and brutal. Merciless. But in truth, death i…


Vengeance -A Sting in Every Tale  A WRIMO INDIA anthology Edited by Sonia Rao  Disclaimer : Every Cent from this novel goes to Wrimo India to encourage all future aspiring writers. 
Blurb  A reply to a perceived injustice can take many forms one of which is vengeance. An eye for an eye can only end up making the whole world blind, is what Mahatma Gandhi once said. And it seems to be coming quite true, if latest events world-wide are an indication.
Is there any hope or are we hurtling towards extinction?
Hopefully, the stories will explore some of these questions. But that is on the macro level. It might be easy to look at things objectively, in black and white, when it is other nations involved. Or even other people. We are able to be more forgiving of transgressions when they don’t involve us personally.
But how would one react if they found themselves in the maelstrom of situations that do fall somewhere in the grey area of life? With no definite black and white answers?
How would a jilt…

THE BROWN SAHEBS by Anupam Srivastava

THE BROWN SAHEBS  BY  ANUPAM SRIVASTAVA Blurb  The Raja of Teekra, a dusty and forgotten kingdom near Lucknow, gets lucky when the British Resident visits him but also brings with him a leading revolutionary. The Raja enters India's struggle for freedom and is rewarded with a berth in the cabinet of free India. He is shocked to see the ministers and officers living and operating like their imperial masters but is suitably rewarded for his silence. As he begins to enjoy the good life of Lutyens' Delhi, the British capital which India's freedom fighters abhorred, he faces only one adversary in his plans—his journalist son Pratap. A novel that will blow you away with its depiction of love, passion, intrigue and betrayal.
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About the Author 
Anupam Srivastava was born in Lucknow, India, where his novel, The Brown Saheb's first part is set. However, he never lived there as his father and mother, Ashok and Veena Srivastava, …


Today, MBB welcomes author Rachael Thomas, who writes thrilling romances for Harlequin. She has a timely release for January, NEW YEAR AT THE BOSS'S BIDDING. She very kindly agreed to visit my blog and answer my usual questions in her own unique and inimitable way.

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Can you share a short bio? I’ve always loved reading romance and writing is something I’ve done since I was a child. I live and work on a farm in Wales, a far cry from the glamour of my stories, but that makes slipping into the world of my characters all the more appealing. When I’m not writing or working on the farm, I love nothing more than to visit grand historic house or ancient castles. What inspires your writing? I’m inspired by human emotions and like nothing better than exploring the rollercoaster ride of falling in love.
What made you press on with this writing project when things were difficult?  Because they must have been, sometimes. I love …


RUKHSAT THE DEPARTURE  BY  SUJIT BANERJEE Blurb  Where a story stops, another one begins. The thing with them is, they never walk alone. They always walk with a group of friends. Each reaches its own climax. Then with a final gasp of mortality and despair, fade away. No, they never die, they multiply. To the extent that the original gets lost and new ones are born. Over and over again. Yes, they get lost. No, they never die. They live on, permanently etched in the book of time. And from there, we borrow them and bring them alive. Again. And again. Here are twenty six of them, some standing alone and some chatting up with their long lost friends. When they depart, they leave a lingering fragrance of nostalgia and curiosity. What happened then?
Twenty-six alphabets, twenty-six names, and twenty-six short stories. Each exploring one unique emotion, taking you into the dark recess of the mind. Some frothy and most of them dark. Most standing alone and some facing a mirror, where the same sto…