Women’s Day: Celebrating women authors and their work
Presentation of literary works of authors.
Let’s review the impending journeys of authors who are the offshoots of the world of literature:
Existences – A collection of short stories by SHUVASHREE CHOWDHURY
“Existences” is the rendering of a young woman’s ideas about human existence from the richness of a tapestry of public understanding of her life. The stories include a unique short story in itself. Initiates from a collage to help see these simple but meaningful things with clarity.
SUBHASHREE CHOWDHURY is the author of five works of literary fiction and the author describes her journey as difficult and she must chart her course to become a novelist, poet and short story writer.
It can’t be said to be women-centric, rather it’s about people, life events and experiences, and the perspective of a working woman. Sensitive, analytical and compassionate in their direction and characterization of the nuances of human feelings, these definitions do not aim to question people, but rather project on humanitarian grounds, with viable narratives, the acceptance of the strangeness of human presence. .
2. The Mind Game by Devika Das
Happiness, stress, ecstasy or depression, it’s all a game of the mind. It is said that our mind should always be in control and that our mind is where all the trouble is. That’s what The Mind Game is. This is not your average self-help book that preaches life-improvement methodologies based on complex science or long philosophical verses. The genius of the book lies in its simplicity. It offers quick, actionable, and instantly applicable tips that will help readers live a better life, instantly. Devika Das is an award-winning author and actor. She seeks her passion, that is to say writing and theater in Hyderabad. His title “The Mind Game” is a national bestseller and is now available in London bookstores. She recently published a Hindi short story “Meghna” with Blue Rose Publishers. She won the national award for the short films Waterman and The Silent Voice directed by Anshul Sinha.
3. HAPPILY FRUSTRATED by Ritiqa Pachauri
What will you do when you realize you’ve been living a lie? When you see that a happy life is just a betrayal. May your husband leave you for another man! Shelly woke up in a nightmare. Her husband has no feelings for her. He loved his boyfriend passionately. Suddenly she was abandoned and then she took alcohol as an option. Alcohol made him speak his emotions in a more lucid way.
situations that caused her to lose her job, her sister, her friends and almost everything that mattered to her. It continues in a self-destructive way. However, one day she visits Goa and joins her aunt, Polly. Shelly learns of her aunt’s unfortunate history and how she is dealing with her personal loss. After spending lots of quality time when Shelly returns to her hometown, she is taken on the trip of a lifetime when she tells her parents that she has met her aunt. The new acquaintance makes her rise every inch, but she still decides to find out the truth and returns to Goa where many of her unanswered problems are revealed. Shelly ends up making peace with her predecessor and dreams of a bright future. Will she be able to? It will have to be examined.
Ritiqa Pachauri is a three-time best-selling author on Amazon. Her first novel was The Affair, published in 2018, followed by Virago and then Happily Frustrated in 2020.
4. Did Women leave Venus? Decoding gender at work by Geet Mala Jalota
“Have the Women left Venus? Decoding Gender at Work” is research on women and the workplace and why they often leave the workplace. Everyone talks about domestic reasons or family duties, but my research revealed an unlikely story. If Corporate India is to become an inclusive think tank, it is crucial for corporate think tanks to understand that the needs of women are different from those of men – be it pay, job content, working conditions work, benefits, culture, expansion alternatives or motivate them, Unless these statutes are not respected, women will not stay long and therefore will not contribute meaningfully. The author started writing since she left school. This time she wanted to write but she did not disclose it. Additionally, she was more livelihood-oriented and enterprising.
5. WIND CHIME by Dr. Sujata Chatterjee
WIND CHIMES is an award-winning book of poems by Dr. Sujata Chatterjee. It has the sublime aura of tinkling wind chimes, the sound of which produces enchanting music. Each poem is different but unique in its own way. Poetry recitation is a surreal experience with the words coming out of the author’s soul. It produces the magic of the pleasant sound of wind chimes spreading through the air. The poem Secret de ma plume won the poetry of the day on the Mirakee site. Poems Lavender Hue, Wedding Bliss and others have won awards from the Asian Literary Society. Also, my friends Reetwika Banerjee and Vishwas Vaidya have written a few words in my tenderness as preface and foreword.Dr. Sujata Chatterjee began her career as a writer when she was eight years old. Her maternal grandfather inspired her. His books can be seen at Delhi World Book Fair and Kolkata International Book Fair, Kochi International Book Fair, New Town Book Fair, Allahabad Book Fair, at the Agra Book Fair.
6. The Secret in My Blood by Akanksha Agarwal
The secret in my blood is a latticework of emotions expressed by a woman through her life-like being. The analog recites the complex torrid state that marks the doldrums of travel. Each word embodies the vague feeling of love. The poet mixed the magic of blood and love. One is inconsistent without the other. The poems portray the fervor and rhapsody between a man and a woman with vivid characterization. Akanksha renders a vignette that illustrates the implicit longings, joy and ecstasy of passion and love. Akanksha Agarwal is a multi-faceted artist – a poet, dancer, singer, painter, musician and a quintessential homemaker. She happily embraces life’s diverse experiences and perspectives and pours them into her creative endeavors. They spread an aura of happiness and love. It was his friend and mentor, his father, who glimpsed the glimmer of his versatile abilities and gave him a ‘pen’.
7. Date with Destiny -Abhikrama by Ashutosh kale and Sandhya Suri
This book is a military-political dramatic narrative based on the concept of Akhand Bharat and its contextual interpretation in the current times. Patriotism, delight, nationalism, inspiration for India, bravery, renunciation and honor are intertwined in a gripping story with political dimensions from the 1970s to the present day, through a series of events that seem similar to those unfolding around we. The story also highlights the fact that no matter how pure the dream or the lofty motive one predicts, the frailty of human nature will eventually cause a person to succumb to a point of decision that drowns the individual in deception or allows him to free himself. of it, depending on those choices he makes and the outcome of that outcome. She’s a Navy veteran, an inspirational TEDx speaker, and started writing to manage stress. She started writing poetry at age 13 to manage stress and emotional stress. Lt. Sandhya Suri is a Pushcart Prize-nominated changemaker, author and poet.
8. Dare. Dream. Journey by Shefali Arora
Have you ever done a road trip from Delhi to Vishakhapatnam? How would you deal with a severe ice storm when you’re on the go? Difficult? What would you do if you came face to face with a mean thief on your way to your station? Travelers think that travel is the rainbow that fills the color of the rainbow. Traveling is a passion. It plays a key role in unfolding their hidden energy.
Bravo to all the female travelers, who share their stories of experiences and frightening confrontations. Read on to find out how they braved the storms.
Featuring the stories of female travelers, who share chilling stories from their travels! Shefali is a doctor in computer science, a lecturer by profession and a great traveler! Her latest book is an anthology of traveling women’s travels. His previous work “The Infinite Road” earned him several accolades such as Best Debuting Fiction and Most Promising Author.