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In this collection of 18 highly readable short stories from 15 talented writers, you will find women who refuse to apologise for their beliefs, their stances and their actions, even if some of those are not quite what others expect.
It may take them a little while to get to that point, but they do, in their own, inimitable ways. A demure daughter-in-law finds her feet after two decades, while a mother who finds her child in danger, locates courage in the fraction if a second. Once they find themselves, there is no stopping them.
Laced with wit, humour, and a good dose of sneaky as well as open rebellion, this collection will have you nodding as you read, as you find shades of women you know, and perhaps even yourself.
Authors Aashisha Chakraborty, Anshu Bhojnagarwala, Arva Bhavnagarwala, Devika Rajeev, Ell P, Manishi, Meha Sharma, Namrata Singh, Rashmi Raj, Sangeetha Jaganathan, Seema Taneja, Sharanya Misra, Shradhha Niphadkar, Ujwala Shenoy Karmarkar and Vijayalakshmi Harish bring you stories and characters you can truly identify with. Gift yourself or a friend this relatable collection, and you’ll find yourself saying, No Apologies!
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