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Think Beyond-an anthology of short stories

An Extract from Short Story Collectives “Think Beyond”

The Author Madhumitha Murali is an MBA Finance with a growing passion towards writing. The short Story collectives include Novelettes and short stories that are a voice to the youth of today.

The first story is a short story, “A Peep into the Poetic Murder- Friend and Not a Friend- Recapping the Good…

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CARNIVAL OF LIFE OF BENGAL



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Drga puja-the national festival of inidia -2

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Drga puja-the national festival of inidia

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“Magical tiffin box’ brings a sense of relief to the 21st century moms: Life is a challenge for the 21st century moms as they have to manage the 360 degrees of life. Mornings are the rush hours as sh…

“Magical tiffin box’ brings a sense of relief to the 21st century moms:

Life is a challenge for the 21st century moms as they have to manage the 360 degrees of life. Mornings are the rush hours as she manages to pack lunch boxes for her children and hubby. She feels very frustrated at the end of the day when her little darling does not touch the tiffin and returns home hungry and irritated. Magical tiffin box brings a collection of 110 recipes, easy to prepare and serve; it’s a sense of…

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Riding by Cassia Cassitas-a review

Riding Riding by Cassia Cassitas

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



The sky is beginning to turn dark.

Night is soon going to spread its wings to cover the globe.

A star… Continue

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The Triumph of Love and Liberty by Hugh Franks .

The Triumph of Love and Liberty The Triumph of Love and Liberty by Hugh Franks

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



It’s the saga of a boy getting grown up amid… Continue

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FIAT JUSTITIA RUAT CAELUM

Road Humps and Sidewalks Road Humps and Sidewalks by Kalyan C. Kankanala

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



What’s in a thriller?

Obviously a story-… Continue

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Chase of Choices by Dr. Hari Parameshwar-a review

Chase of Choices Chase of Choices by Hari Parameshwar

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



It is a never ending quest.

It is a quest for somebody who will be our… Continue

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Life indomitable......

Story of Tublu Story of Tublu by Jahid Akhtar

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



It’s the story of the next door boy getting grown up. So common, yet so uncommon, that we… Continue

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VOICE OF THE VOICELESS……

Title is Untitled: First Night, No Light Title is Untitled: First Night, No Light by Santosh Avvannavar

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



Santosh has a flair for representing the bitter… Continue

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DREAMING FOR A CHANGE

The Gift of the Quoxxel The Gift of the Quoxxel by Richard Titus

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



If you think it is a tale of imagination and fantasy-well, then… Continue

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ALL THE WORLD IS A STAGE…

The Bounce!: A Story of love, loss and the life of a global Indian The Bounce!: A Story of love, loss and the life of a global Indian by Mohan .

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



It is a straightforward story that appeals directly to the… Continue

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Will he rise again?

The Road to Rebirth (The Children of Telm, #2) The Road to Rebirth by Dean F. Wilson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Some words for those who have joined late in this wonderful journey of… Continue

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‘The call of Agon’ by Dean F. Wilson- a review attempt

The Call of Agon (The Children of Telm, #1) The Call of Agon by Dean F. Wilson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



It was a transition time for the human civilization.

The beast of the… Continue

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