Category Archives: Literary Fiction

Why Writing Isn’t As Easy As It May Seem

Every educated person who’s been to school can read as well as write. No big deal! We write on a daily basis, don’t we? Emails, documents, blogs, FB posts, and even comments on something we like or dislike. So what’s … Continue reading

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Meet Me, Rupali Rotti

Hi, I’m Rupali Rotti and I’m a writer. Wait, what? Yeah, you read it right – roti, the Indian bread, with an extra ‘t’. Have you ever heard of a person with a surname as ‘bread’? I think not. So … Continue reading

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Heroes vs. Villains

It’s a fact that heroes are overrated, but nobody realizes this, because the audience sees the heroes through the pink goggles of awe and adoration. Point to be noted here is that heroes become heroes when they overcome difficult situations … Continue reading

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Do writers consider themselves superior than the readers? What’s your honest opinion?

Q –> Generally writers and poets consider themselves a notch superior than the reader. What’s your honest opinion? Most poetry and many articles in top-tier publications zoom right over my head, making me wonder whether the author is patting himself … Continue reading

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Learnings from a Bank Robbery

  Once upon a time a robbery took place in a small town. The robber shouted to everyone: “All of you don’t move, because the money belongs to the state, but your life belongs to you”. Everyone in the bank … Continue reading

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Writing Practice or “Free Writing”

Being an avid reader, I know the importance of fine and powerful writing skills that touch the readers’ hearts and penetrate it. However, after releasing my first book – an amateur detectives’ adventure fiction – I realized that I had … Continue reading

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The Photographs in my Book

As committed earlier, I’m posting the photographs used in my book, The Valentine’s Day Clue, along with the description I’ve added for each. (*Please note that all these pictures n’ photographs, as well as the description provided herein are copyrighted): … Continue reading

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Meet a writer – Interview with Rupali Rotti, author of The Valentine’s Day Clue

“Tender Leaves” is an online Library that runs on a brilliant business idea and knows how to function properly. They have a catalog of books on their website. The members only need to select a book from the catalog, and … Continue reading

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