Saturday, March 23, 2019

Theme Reveal: Blogging from A-Z, April Challenge 2019

I managed to complete the A-Z Challenge 2015 consisting of stories from the Indian Mythology and felt quite thrilled with myself. It was truly a challenge not just coming up with a theme but ensuring that there were stories suitable for each alphabet. The best part of the A-ZChallenge is the lack of competition. Participating in this is to pit my wits against myself and none else. That’s what I feel most exciting about this journey along with a huge number of bloggers from around the globe.

The past few years, I have got so busy with writing and publishing my books as an indie author that I haven’t had the time or the bandwidth to take part in this. But this year, even before 2019 dawned, I had made a promise to myself: TO PARTICIPATE in A-Z April Challenge 2019.

And here I am, with my theme reveal, though a bit later than the March 18 dateline. I am planning to talk about my books and my characters, a little bit about how I do my research and the hurdles I faced while penning a particular story or creating a persona during April 2019.

Looking forward to meeting new bloggers and reading a lot of interesting stuff from around the world.

See you all on April 1, 2019!

Friday, March 22, 2019

Blog Tour: FROM AN-OTHER LAND by Tanushree Ghosh

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From An-Other Land
Tanushree Ghosh


Never has been the conversation on immigration more pertinent than now, post 2016 US elections. From cancellation of refugee protection and zero tolerance to undercurrent crackdown on H visas, the resurgence of nationalism is hitting the globalized population head-on. 

But what is immigration today? A question of life or death - fleeing of persecution? A compulsion? Or a mere pursuance of privilege? 
And what is the US today? A land of opportunities? Or a quagmire impossible to comprehend, inherently racist and selfish?

From An-Other Land dives deep into immigration today for the Indian diaspora and its many facets with characters who seek to define themselves in an intercultural setting that is less and less sure of itself. A reality check and a guide for anyone who wants to understand the modern-day US.

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About the author

Tanushree Ghosh works in the technology sector in the USA and is also a social activist and a writer. She has a Doctorate in Chemistry from Cornell University and has worked at the Brookhaven National Laboratories and is an alumnus of IIT Kanpur and Presidency College Calcutta.

Her blog posts, op-eds, poems, and stories are efforts to provoke thoughts, especially towards issues concerning women, social justice, and immigration - which is the topic of her first solo-author work From An-Other Land published by Readomania publishing. 

As a contributor to the Huffington Post US, she has published several posts on topics that affect the under-represented and the lesser privileged, whether that's a population, a nation, or an individual. Her first article for the Huffington Post went viral and was picked up by the Yahoo news. She has since written on the Syria war and its children, open borders, the unfair coverage in the Western media of the Brazil Olympics, societal differences in outlook on issues like gun control in the US, and off-course - women. She has written on postpartum depression, acid attack and its state globally, #MeToo and a myriad of related topics and was interviewed for Reddit and the Indian Express. She is a regular contributor to several popular publications (incl. The Tribune (Sunday Diaspora segment), Thrive Global, The Logical Indian, Youth Ki Awaaz, Café Dissensus, and The Women's Web). Her literary resume also includes poems and stories featured in national and international magazines, including Words Pauses and Noises, UK; TUCK, Glimmer Train honorable mention, and inclusion in seven anthologies (through winning national and international contests), including Defiant Dreams (Oprah 2016 reading list placeholder) and The Best Asian Short Stories 2017 (published out of Singapore by Kitaab). She has served in coordinator and chapter head roles of ASHA and AID India and has affiliations with several women's organizations and non-profits. She is also the founder and director of Her Rights (, a 501(3) c non-profit committed to furthering the cause of gender equality and supporting victims of gender violence.

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