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Women's Web in association with JustBooks announces Book Talk, a monthly writing theme to get readers to write about the books that inspire them.
Women’s Web in association with JustBooks announces Book Talk, a monthly writing theme to get readers to write about the books that inspire them. If you are passionate about books, love talking about your favourite authors and discussing your best reading memories, then our monthly theme is perfect for you!
Each month, we feature a theme centred on books and reading. We ask our readers to take cues from these themes and to write about their adventures in reading. For October, our theme is:
Does Lizzie Bennett’s free spirit inspire you to pull up your petticoat and stomp across puddles? Do you get all riled up when the brilliant Hermione Granger is called bossy? Does Rahel Kochamma, with her explosive imagination, fill you with awe? Do you love complex characters like the eccentric genius computer hacker Lisbeth Salander? We all have our favourite female characters from fiction and for different reasons. Which female character has had the most impact on your life and why?
Send in your entries by the 16th of October. Entries can be anywhere between 250 and 800 words in length. They can be emailed to [email protected] The 3 winning posts will be published on our web site on the 20th, 22nd and 24th of October and each winner will receive a Rs.500 gift voucher from JustBooks.
JustBooksclc is India’s First & Largest Community Library Chain, provides a unique reading experience to book lovers with a wide range of books for every type of reader from Toddlers to Teens, Dabblers to Bookworms. One membership works for the entire family. Looking for your next read? Get started with their great reading list for women!
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Marathi and Hindi film actor Sonali Kulkarni put her foot in mouth recently about how “Bharat mein bahut sari ladkiyan hai jo aalsi hai‘’ (In India there are many young women who are lazy). Her speech which drew claps (as she demanded) from the MRAs, makes a sheer mockery of women.
Here are some reasons why she makes no sense.
Actor Sonali Kulkarni apologized after facing the ire of netizens for her insensitive remark; stating that a lot of women in India are ‘lazy’.
Actor Sonali Kulkarni recently faced the ire of netizens for her insensitive remark during an interview, stating that a lot of women in India are ‘lazy’. They just want a husband who has a good job, a house, and who gets regular increments. She went on to further say that women don’t have the courage to say what they will do once they get married to their respective spouses.
Image Source: Sonali Kulakarni’s Twitter
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