Posts tagged Fiction

Dancers in the Dark by Ejaz Ahamad: Xenophobia through the Ages | Book Review

An antipathy that will make you sit back, mull, and wonder why colour is such a strongly held ground for discrimination even today, Dancers in the Dark by Ejaz Ahamad is a story that centres around the discrimination based on colour as well as all those so-called societal categories and stigmas that have been there for around centuries now. Yes, unfair behaviour against the LGBTQ+ community—that is what I am indicating here!

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5 Reasons Why Durjoy Dutta Is the “Shah Rukh Khan” of Indian Romance Fiction

One of India’s most prolific writers of commercial romance fiction, Durjoy Dutta’s success in the romance trope is not unknown. It takes much more than his dimpled smile, his wide-eyed charm, and his simplicity and exuberance of persona to charm the millions of fans who wait desperately each time for his next work. Hence, today we bring you 5 reasons why Durjoy Dutta is the “Shahrukh Khan” of Indian romance fiction

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Yellowface by Rebecca F. Kuang: Dive Into the Dark of Publishing Industry

Your writer friend just struck gold by signing a deal with Netflix for a TV adaptation. Could it get bigger? You both are busy celebrating over cocktails while she shows you her latest, unpublished work-unpublished one. And then she drops dead? What would you do? Yellowface by Rebecca F. Kuang is a revelation, exploring the sad travesty of the dark side of publishing industry

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