|No. of Pages:||240|
About the Book :
In times when anthologies dwell on prosaic romantic accounts, Fablery presents ten shades of life. From a nail-biting thriller to a spine-chilling ghost story, an exquisite romance to an ingenious fantasy, an adventurous science-fiction to mirthful and remarkable experiences of salaried men, stories of heroes and philosophies of life-it attends to the preferences of all readers.
When anthologies contain stories of one genre, after reading a couple of stories they get predictable and fail to keep a reader’s interest until the end, but a multi-genre book has something to offer to everyone and many things to one reader.
The writing styles of all the writers whose stories are included in this book are grand and the plots so engaging that they will force you to read another page and one another before you finally close the book. The stories will take you on a roller coaster between reality and fiction.
Miss Cheyenne Mitchell, Monika Pant, Dr. Roshan Radhakrishnan, Shankar Raman A, Bruce Memblatt, Karthik L, Reshmy Pillai, Deepa Duraisamy, Vinaya Swapnil Bhagat and Rahul Biswas-all of them have been writing since ages and they write brilliantly. Fablery wouldn’t have found better stories for its first anthology.
About the Author :
Based in Bangalore, Nethra is pursuing her Masters in Business Administration and is a graduate in Computer Science & Engineering. She is a voracious reader and a fiction writer, who puts quality writing over everything else. Her interest in good stories and writing made her start a platform, Fablery, which provides aspiring authors a gateway into the publishing world. She is also working on her novel that she hopes to complete in the near future.
|Title:||Ten Shades of Life||Publisher:||Mahaveer Publishers|
|No. of Pages:||240|
I purchased this book on the recommendation of a friend. And I must say I was impressed. 10 stories. 10 genres. 10 authors. Each with their own distinct style. Reshmi Pillai's story was an eye-catcher. Deepa's story kept me on the edge. I think this book is a must have for any short fiction lover. Go grab it guys!