After two runaway hits, he's back for more... A seriously rotten day. The sun did not rise. Nothing grew yellow and bright. People who took out their sunglasses and smiley faces just put them back into their bags and stomped off to work. No one wished each other good morning. Because. It. Was. Not. A. … Continue reading Book Excerpt: It was a seriously dotten ray
As Jaipur descends into yet another winter, the females of Siyahi talk about the books they chose for the season. N S Inamdar’s Rau, which goes perfectly with this gorgeous handcrafted bookmark from PaperPlanes that stole my heart when I was out Christmas shopping. This rendition of an evergreen love story is so magical, that I … Continue reading Winter has come. And we are reading.
"I don't know what evil resides in me," he wrote to a friend, "I have a streak of cruelty in me that compels people to attempt the impossible in order to please me." Rajkot 16 November 1885 Karamchand lay in bed seriously ill. His anal fistula had turned septic and the pain emanating from that … Continue reading Book Excerpt: The voice of this “other Mrs G”…
Dear Agent, You have been tapped. Siyahi prepares to conduct covert investigations on a list of wanted men and women, all dangerous experts in their various fields of criminal activity. All forces are to report to Oxford Bookstore, Connaught Place, at 1730 hrs on 27th January, 2017. The mission is expected to last for 48 hours. The previous … Continue reading Noir Literature Festival ’17: Call for Backup