Sunday, November 30, 2014

Book Review for December 2014 (II): How I won the Love Deal

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Making a deal with an arrogant guy is difficult. Making a love deal with the same? It is complicated. Here are the few pointers to win a deal, with your ex-childhood best friend. 

1. Cook for him and make sure it’s a mess. If it makes him sick, all the better. 
2. Buy him a gift. It is better if it is something really cuddly. 
3. Ignore him completely, when he starts to notice you.
4. Go on a date with the new guy and get caught while you’re trying to kiss 
5. And finally, get yourself kidnapped. His heart, body and soul will be yours to keep. As Liana tries to make Asher fall for her, just so she can humiliate him, she realizes she isn’t the right person for the job. She needs the help of her friends and a little bit of luck. But what she needs most is restraint; the love deal has more fine print than she gambled for. 

About the Author:

Ada Wiam is a self-confessed chocoholic and a book worm, a writer and a dreamer. She loves creating characters and their worlds with her imagination and a little ink. She finds both contentment and escape through writing stories. Happily married with a wonderful family, a loving husband and supportive friends, Ada divides her time between writing and reading. Ada Wiam is a pen-name. 

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Prompt of the Month: For January

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Last date for submission: 20th December.

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The entries for this prompt are:
1. Amreen Bashir Shaikh
2. Payal Agarwal
3. Harshita Goel

 The entries appear in the January Issue of Writer's Ezine

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Book Review for December 2014 (I): He Fixed the Match and She fixed him

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Shreya – I'm a highly qualified Delhi girl earning an enviable salary. My parents are having a tough time finding a suitable groom for me. However, recently they have a proposal from this very interesting guy from Mumbai. I almost get mesmerized when he starts talking to me. I think I like him very much. 

 Kunal – I'm owner of a textile company in Mumbai. My Mom wants me to get married. Again. She has recently suggested a suitable girl from Delhi. What my Mom doesn't know is that I've met Shreya before once in my life and I've been looking for her ever since. I have a vendetta to settle. 

The author takes you along on a journey via roads of revenge, agony, remorse, attraction, titillation, tantalisation and romance. Do Shreya and Kunal make it, or do they fall prey to their past?

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Shikha Kumar has a B-Tech degree in Computer Science from Bharati Vidyapeeth, Delhi. Professionally she’s as a Manager with Tata Consultancy Services. 

She has travelled to, and worked in different countries. She enjoys travelling, reading, writing and watching movies. 

This is her first attempt to present her writing abilities to the world.