Short Stories

You, Me & Technology

I would any day choose a real-life conversation and experience over a ‘virtual’ one.

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Holding On To Love by Ashish Sinha

This is a story of how keeping up hope and positivity leads to good results.

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Sunset by the River by Sameer Saxena

Ayaan and Tripti meet via a common friend and fall in love gradually. However, Tripti only considers Ayaan a close friend.

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Battle for Bittora by Anuja Chauhan

What I liked the most is how, the author with her own hilarious, fun way, manages to give the readers an insight into what it takes to fight an election in India.

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Love, Truth, and Taking Chances (The Kapoor Brothers #2) by Shilpa Suraj

A romance story which makes you happy,sad and even laugh out loud.

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And We Walked Away by Subrat Saurabh

This is a recommended one for all those who like and appreciate love stories , especially those circling around college days.

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How I Failed in Love by Samar Deep Singh

Their story perfectly defines the concept of 'opposites attract'.

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Truly Madly Crazily in Love by Esha Pandey

This book makes you believe that two people who are meant to be together, will eventually be together.