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And I Fall In Love With Him All Over Again; For He Sometimes Understands…

He doesn't read much, and doesn't understand how she can devour all those books... where do they go inside her? But it doesn't really matter, does it?

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5 Must-Read New Books By Indian Women That I’d Like To Begin 2019 With
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A handy roundup of interesting new books in January 2019 by Indian women authors that have to be added to your to-be-read list. 

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8 New Books For December 2018 By Indian Women Writers, To End The Year With
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A handy roundup of interesting new books for December 2018 by Indian women authors that can be added to your to-be-read list. 

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“Sometimes Reasons For Writing Change,” Says Piyusha Vir, Author Of The Month, November 2018
Piyusha Vir

Piyusha Vir tries to write every day, no matter what. "It doesn't have to be fiction," she says, "As long as I let the words flow with some coherence, I am happy."

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“My Writing Helped Me In My Parenting Journey”: Antara Pandit, Author Of The Month, November 2018
Antara Pandit

Antara Pandit feels that her parenting values as well as my writing is driven by the changes that can be made from the time children are young, and can be raised with the much needed value of respect of girls.

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“Writing For Me Is Liberation”: Sudeepta Mohapatra Sarangi, Author Of The Month, November 2018
Sudeepta Mohapatra Sarangi

Sudeepta Mohapatra Sarangi believes in speaking up for what she believes in. Her feminist husband chose her, she says, because she had made clear that unlike the norm, she wouldn't tolerate her parents being treated any lesser than her husband’s parents.

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