The Unwanted Shadow.

Gene Flower has once said, “Writing is easy:  All you do is sit staring at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead”…haha…..I have always liked this one. It’s kind of happened with me too,  but the feeling (after one and a half year of writing, proofreading, editing and re-editing) about how the book is presently shaping up is absolutely worth it.

Thanks to the whole team of Half Baked Beans for their support. It is turning out to be  a great learning experience working with you 🙂

So friends, here is the first teaser of my second book (To be out next year 😉 )

A thriller, the book covers the story of a boy from Mangaldai, who subsequently moves to Delhi to complete his education. After all, this is what he has always planned to do, to take a leap towards his big dreams. And for once he finds new life to be absolutely lovely, like he has often pictured it would be.

But this phase doesn’t last long. His life is soon shattered to pieces when his first relationship meets a tragic end. A sadness like he had never felt before overwhelms him, keeping him wide awake at nights. But it is just the beginning, beginning to a terrible chain of events that would lead him to a deadly confrontation with his own dark past.

Will Mohan be able to overcome his own dark past? Will he ever get solace? Or will his innocence be lost in the intense color of blood.

The book would take you from the crowded market of Bheberghat to the majestic city, Delhi.

In the book- introspection, love, and lots and lots of thrill!! 😉
Hope that when the book is out, you would enjoy reading it just as much as i have enjoyed writing it.

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