I Stole Her Story
Rs. 390/-
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Genre: Fiction and Literature
Publisher: CinnamonTeal Publishing
Publication Year: 2013
ISBN: 978-93-83175-41-3

Unable to cope with the trauma of her father's death and the loss of her first love, Anne left Goa for Mumbai. Two years on, it was time to move again. She is now in Singapore, enjoying her 'NRI' status and writing reports for a consultant firm.

About the Book

Unable to cope with the trauma of her father’s death and the loss of her first love, Anne left Goa for Mumbai. Two years on, it was time to move again. She is now in Singapore, enjoying her ‘NRI’ status and writing reports for a consultant firm. Anne writes prose but her heart beats poetry. Her uncle Francis thinks she is a terrible poet and her new found love Karan – a literary agent – shuns all poetry, but Anne’s one ambition in life is to have her poetry published. Even as she wavers between India and Singapore, between old friends and new, and tries to cope with a boss whom she can’t stand, she chronicles her slightly confused thoughts in the form of a diary.

But what does author P. G. Bhaskar have to do with any of this?

About the Author
For decades, P. G. Bhaskar did all the accepted things. He completed his chartered accountancy, made a career of banking, wrote freelance articles for a newspaper and wrote a couple of fiction books with a bit of corporate background.

Then he seems to have lost his head. At the age of 48, he decided to enter the mind of a 24 year old girl; a poet at that. Was this rash act a recipe for disaster? Or an act of rebellion that lends itself to interesting, even intriguing possibilities? Well, there’s only one way to find out.

142p/Paperback/5.83×8.27″

ISBN (EPUB) : 978–93–83175–49–9
ISBN (MOBI) : 978–93–83175–50–5
ISBN (PDF) : 978–93–83175–51–2

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About the Author
P.G.Bhaskar

Bhaskar is one of the contemporary world’s thinkers and philosophers. He started pondering over things shortly after his birth and has been at it ever since. That buzzing sound you sometimes hear likely emanates from the whirring machinery of his brain. His thoughts are deep and varied – the overnight success of Psy, the disappearance of his handkerchiefs (Bhaskar’s, not Psy’s) the life and times of Pluto the planet, and how to hypnotise publishers into signing lucrative contracts. He has not come to any kind of conclusion on these issues or indeed, on any issue. Nevertheless, he steadfastly continues to contemplate. It is his fervent hope that if he sticks with it, he might, sometime in the future – given a bit of luck – come close enough to some reasonable answers. But will his frail shoulders bear the burden of such profound thought?

In between bouts of masterful meditation, Bhaskar makes a living as a private banker. He has also written two books and warns us that there are more on the way.

While transiting through Dubai in 1991, he changed his mind about his intended destination and has remained in Dubai ever since, watching the desert sands reach the sky.