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Sheeba Vinay is a writer, Compiler by profession. She is criminologist and a writing therapist. Her write-ups have been published in Lokmat Times, TOI and various platforms like Women's Web, Momspresso, Storymirror, India Imagine and SHEROES. She was in the top five "Most Promising Blogger" in Orangefloweraward2020, Women's Web and won Literoma Samman 2020. Sheeba Vinay is the founder of WeTalk, a writing community for budding writers and author of Children's ebook with Storyweaver, Pratham Publication. She has compiled 5 books including anthologies available on Amazon, Amazon Kindle and Flipkart for sale. Connect with her - [email protected]
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