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“Sammy, blow the candles!” Christine said with delight.  Sammy claps her hands with joy and walks with ginger steps towards the table. She attempts to puff in the air as she pouts and her chest expands. Tired, she pauses with her lips contracted and then huffs the breath with all her might.  “Oh, Oh!” All shouted in the background as something blew across Sammy and onto the cake. She
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"Dad, I can't take it anymore!" the new bride lamented over the telephone. "Give it some time. Don't make a hasty decision." "But, Dad his family's so different than how I've been brought up! They have weird tastes, and most of the time they live with us." she sobbed. "Look at the positive side; you have a loving husband. Give it some time; otherwise, we're always there for you!"
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check out the schedule here Beyond Scars  by  Alka Dimri Saklani BLURB Hi, I am Avinash, but this is not my story. This is the story of Avni, my sister. I know the smell of cement and bricks still pulls her to the incident seven years ago where she made a daring yet ruthless decision. I know she is drifting away. I
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“Come on! you can do it, Nate!” Mom urged her teen as he sat all heartbroken with a droopy head. “Beggars can’t be choosers. I shall take what’s offered,” he shouted back at her. There was silence. With moist eyes, but a stern voice she said, “That’s untrue! Cause even beggars get an opportunity  to choose. But they choose to take the easy route!” The son looked at her with a frown as
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check out the schedule here WE WOMEN WONDER: Dreams, Desires, Struggles & Triumphs by  Inderpreet Uppal BLURB "When a woman becomes her own best friend, life is easier."  – Diane Von Furstenberg.  Thoughts, quotes and determination can make a woman stronger, a survivor but she is a winner regardless.  This book is the story
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“Wake up!” mom nudged her hard enough to make her sit upon her bed. After a big yawn, and a stretch Prema walked with empty buckets in her hand towards a destination where the water truck would station.  While she waited in a queue for the truck to arrive, ‘Despite no water in our pipes, Life is beautiful.’ she muttered as she saw how the sun broke the spell of darkness with one drop of
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check out the schedule hereFrom An-Other Landby Tanushree Ghosh BLURB Never has been the conversation on immigration more pertinent than now, post 2016 US elections. From cancellation of refugee protection and zero tolerance to undercurrent crackdown on H visas, the resurgence of nationalism is hitting the globalized population head-on.  But
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“I don’t want to go to school tomorrow!” Nate announced loud and clear when he entered his home and sat down with a sulk. “What happened, honey?” Mom was quick to take the eight-year-old in her lap. The Mom continued to tickle and caress. After a couple of minutes, he blurted, “My teacher gives me a lot of timeouts!”   There was silence. “I’m sure you cannot identify what is
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"Oh God! We have a mouse in the house!" I shrieked as I announced to my family. My son sitting on the couch was quick to pull his legs and cross them over. "Where! Where!" he inquired in an equally high-pitched scream.  "It's in the bedroom!" I was now waiting restlessly for my husband to take some action. Instead, he continued to work on his laptop unperturbed of what I just announced!  I
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check out the schedule here Dance With Me by P.G Van BLURB When a video of Suhana dancing in her own home goes viral, the first thing she does is panic. Suhana got out of a loveless marriage and is trying to prove to her ex-husband that she can live her life without him or the money she got as part of the divorce. She had been a housewife all along,
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