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Mirror On The Wall
A Short Story About Acceptance: Mirror On The Wall

The floral-leafy pattern in brown polished wood made the mirror look delicate and inviting. The fact that it could easily be carried around really irked Maa.

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Going Underground Has Helped Us To Be Human; More Than Just ‘Mere Women’
Before She Sleeps

Bina Shah's SFF book Before She Sleeps is a feminist dystopia that draws you in before you realise it. Here's an excerpt.

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9 Indian Female Writers Who Enriched The World Of Historical Fiction
Indian writers of historical fiction

Which are the books by female historical fiction writers in India that are a must read? Here are 9 Indian writers of historical fiction you can explore.

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Delving Into Dark Themes Of You Beneath Your Skin, One Wonders What One Would Find
You Beneath Your Skin review

You Beneath Your Skin by author Damyanti Biswas is a multi-faceted metaphor of dark and distressing themes, with characters that you cannot help but identify with.

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The World Is Cruel And Will Give You A 100 Reasons To Bow Down

Mimi Atya had one day handed me books. “If you don’t want to blend, make yourself so big that you stand out!” she had declared before turning around and walking away. I had no idea how she knew. She just did.

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Good Girl

“You go willingly to a strange place with a boy and then cry that you have been raped? Huh?” the man behind the desk asked. “What did you expect? You went there looking for sex, right?”

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