AGNIJASHATADALAM, shoptly, PAYPAL AND PATREON- if you want to buy Sharmishtha Basu’s works

Here are the few sites from where you can buy my digital works, directly or indirectly, and the site that will showcase the works of those sites, let’s start with the showcase blogs and facebook page:

now the urls of Agnijashatadalama:

https://agnijashatadalam.wordpress.com
https://agnijashatadalama.blogspot.in
https://www.facebook.com/agnijashatadalama

email id is agnijashatadalama@hotmail.com and/or agnijashatadalama@gmail.com

For some reason WordPress has blocked my blog “Agnijashatadalama” so I had to create a new blog “Agnijashatadalam” the rest is same, it will be used for showcasing my works in payhip and patreon and if possible I will add a paypal button in it so you can directly buy from it!

If you want to encourage the struggling artist and writer with your huge-hearted generosity ( I absolutely will indirectly return your help via my creations which will be labeled as rewards but I will try to make them worth your dollar(s), if not you know where to contact!):

https://www.patreon.com/sharmishthabasu

You will be able to buy the Ezines, and my other digital works, some are already up in Patreon, will be there regularly- every month, others are available in Agnijashatadalama, where you can see the samples, directly approach me and I will send you the pdf files after you pay through paypal!

You will be able to finally utilize the paypal id to directly buy the ezines, the books available in Patreon and when they will be available in other sources:
https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu

or you can buy some books available in patreon and a bunch uniquely created for shoptly. Do remember that ignore the “payhip” links which I have filled my blogs with. They without least decorum deleted my account (by decorum I meant sending me a one line email telling me that they are deleting my account) so I will place those works in shoptly before june.

I will share the links when they will come up. You can check them via my page there too:
https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu

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Chuck payhip links from all my digital work selling/advertising posts PLEASE!

Without bothering to send me a one line email to save my toil in advertising my books (plus their site) payhip just deleted my account out of blue. So you will see links directing to their *** site but please ignore them and if you like those books buy them through my paypal account.

https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu

Send me the payment, the list of the books you want I will send you the pdf files.

These books will be slowly republished in shoptly.com, but give me some time! you can check the site from time to time and see, I will share the links here too!

https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu

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Some reviews on my Amazon books!

The document with links for the reviews, in case you want to dig in further!

https://agnijaat.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/2.docx

1.
New! Troy reviewed wildflowers in bed of rocks
Touching in its elegance January 18, 2017
A collection of sixty-nine poems, with such themes as love, beauty, and fantastic wonder, I found this book an excellent read on a cold winter’s night when the skies are clear, with the stars alight so very far away.
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2.
Troy reviewed durgapujo duti shishur duti jagat
The Bengali text is wonderful for my practice in reading the script June 1, 2016
In this, the same celebration seen through two different perspectives, I found the poetry quite pleasing to the mind’s ear. The Bengali text is wonderful for my practice in reading the script, as well as a good resource for practicing translating between it and English!
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3.
Troy reviewed barir pujo durgapuja and kalipuja
Excellent! June 1, 2016
As a big fan of things Indian, this collection of stories is not only informative in its depiction of Bengali worship celebrations, but I found the illustrations throughout with a charm evoking mystery and wonder!
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4.
F. E. Esparza reviewed The prisoner of Sand Castle
A Thinker December 27, 2015
I found this book to be interesting to read. The stories are very short and entertaining but I feel they don’t end properly as some feel like cliff hangers. I don’t know if that was the writers intention to do. On the flip side it does give a reader thoughts to ponder on what happen next. So I do have to say this book does make a reader think and captures a persons attention.
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5.
Troy reviewed myriad colours of earth
Beautiful stuff! September 9, 2015
I thoroughly enjoyed this one, with the lyrical feel of its verse, and the accompanying digital paintings that enhance it. Most excellent!
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6.
Troy reviewed of dreams and reality
This is stellar! September 9, 2015
This one evokes thoughts like a those of a mind lost between misty puffs of down in the sky, reaching for, but always out of grasp, of answers to the very deepest of questions. Well done!
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7.
Troy reviewed the heart beats on
Fascinating stuff! September 9, 2015
A collection of poetic verse and digital painting, this book was well worth an evening’s read. Congratulations to the authoress to work done well!
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8.
Troy reviewed Meghparir Gaan song of clouds
Wonderful! September 9, 2015
As a collection of poems both Bengali and English by the authoress and her own art, this made my thoughts soar to realms afar, captured perfectly in graceful script and color!
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9.
Troy reviewed Butterflies from life’s garden
Wonderful! July 5, 2015
This collection of verse got me thinking about those little questions of life that seem so difficult to articulate in words, yet whose answers can be deceptively simple once properly considered. They are butterflies of thought, flitting about the mind’s eye and avoiding one’s direct gaze until viewed out of the corners, as it were, of that same mind’s eye. Great stuff!
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10.
Troy reviewed waves that became songs
I enjoyed this! July 5, 2015
As a collection of poems, this one was a pleasure to read through, while taking in the authoress’s evocative imagery, which supplemented the text wonderfully!
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11.
Troy reviewed Moments from the journey
Awesome poetry! July 5, 2015
This is a brilliant collection, with lively and enchanting images that add a great deal of color and feel to the text.
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12.
Troy reviewed Serenade of brush and quill: colours and words waltz
Very good! May 16, 2015
This is a wonderful collection of seven line poems, and made an excellent late night first reading. This does not disappoint!
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13.
Troy reviewed For Tagore – rabikare agnishatdal
This is so cool! May 12, 2015
I love that, not only is this a book of poetry and evocative imagery, but also that it’s written in two languages, including one I’m learning while still a novice.

I must thank the authoress for this wonderful learning opportunity, and a fitting tribute to the great Bengali polymath himself!
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14.
Kevin Cooper reviewed spirits of darkness and light
Sharmishtha’s stories are captivating. Her characters although purely original … May 6, 2015
Sharmishtha’s stories are captivating. Her characters although purely original bring some of India’s mythological creatures to light with a style of writing that can only be attributed to that of a true mistress of story-telling. Nothing is what it seems as each incredible tale keeps you wondering what is going to happen next with endings that are in no way predictable. A thoroughly enjoyable read!
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15.
Troy reviewed The prisoner of Sand Castle
Enchanting! April 30, 2015
This is an excellent collection of short fiction with cool Indian themes. I’ve always enjoyed Ms. Basu’s paranormal fiction, and this is no exception! My favorites from this are the collection’s titular story, a chilling piece titled Scarecrow, and The Woman in White, of strange goings on in a nightspot. Three thumbs up!
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16.
Gayle Walters Rose reviewed The charons: the ferrymen to hell
Evil pitted against an innocent March 29, 2015
This is a gripping tale that pits evil against the innocent. The story begins with the cruelty that our own family members can sometimes inflict on us and continues with a vindictiveness that sees no end as road blocks and terrorism are used to take down an innocent human being. And as unbelievable as it may appear, this scenario is being played out with many other innocents worldwide as those in power try to take down and…Read More

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17.
Troy reviewed The charons: the ferrymen to hell
Another good one! March 11, 2015
I’ve been following Ms. Sharmishtha Basu’s blogs and writings for some years now, and I’ve just finished reading this. It is perhaps the grimmest story I’ve read in a while. It’s dark realism is different in both style, outlook, and execution from the paranormal fiction she also writes. A story of life in India, it does not paint a pretty picture, but offers a warning, along with the discoveries and hard-fought lessons of the…Read More

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18.
David Stewart reviewed The charons: the ferrymen to hell
This is a great story of senseless malevolence and the petty cruelty that … February 15, 2015
This is a great story of senseless malevolence and the petty cruelty that people can inflict on each other. It’s an interesting look into the culture of family relationships and business dealings where everyone is out to get you.
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19.
Troy reviewed A bouquet of wild flowers
Thought provoking! February 1, 2015
A collection of 70 poems, this is an insightful work by Ms. Basu. If I must choose favorites among these, they would be her verses ‘Heaven or Hell’ and ‘Change your ways India.’ Good stuff to warm a Winter’s night!
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20.
Troy reviewed spirits of darkness and light
A good read, be it a dark night or brightly lit afternoon! January 14, 2015
Ms. Basu has in this book, a compelling portrayal of supernatural beings both benign and malignant. Here, she shows her skill in writing tales on the paranormal beings of India and the mortal characters who interact with these creatures as well. Very enjoyable!
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21.
David Stewart reviewed The Lotus of Fire
Five Stars January 12, 2015
This is a great little book with great poems and wonderful illustrations.
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22.
Teagan reviewed Serenade of brush and quill: colours and words waltz
Five Stars January 7, 2015
What a treat to have this at such a great price!
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23.
Teagan reviewed The Lotus of Fire
Lovingly Crafted December 14, 2014
This book of poetry and illustrations is lovingly crafted, and the contents are imbued with it. Kudos to the valiant spirit of this author/illustrator for getting her work out there and learning about indie publishing.
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24.
Troy reviewed Tell me a story
1 of 1 people found the following helpful
Great collection! December 8, 2014
This is a terrific compilation of micro-fiction, featuring a wonderful mixture of genres and skillfully done as well. This is one of Ms. Basu’s works that showcases her considerable talent as an authoress!
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25.
Troy reviewed songbird sings to sun
Wonderful! November 23, 2014
This is a wondrous collection of seven-line poems! Ever since reading Ms. Basu’s many blogs over the last few years, she has shown herself to be a woman of astounding energy and vibrant imagination, and it shows in her considerable ability as a published authoress, and this work is no exception!
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26.
Troy reviewed black mist and other stories
Brilliant stories! October 31, 2014
Perfect for Halloween reading! I love the way the author has with so many different genres of dark fiction! I must say, these are good!
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27.
Brieuc Martin-Onraet reviewed The Lotus of Fire
1 of 1 people found the following helpful
Great work! October 24, 2014
Lovely texts and art. Great work!
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28.
Troy reviewed The Lotus of Fire
2 of 2 people found the following helpful
Excellent work! October 11, 2014
This is a wonderful collection of musings, and a wonderful collection of insights into Indian culture, life, belief, and love. It would be interesting to see it also in Bengali language and script to practice translations on in study. Just beautiful!
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Friday Journals 16.8.19

Closing the gap

Pat Ritter (co-author) of Closing The Gap was a police officer. His concern was when teenagers ran away from home. At first he didn’t have any answers however after attending college to learn about a subject ‘behaviour’, his lecturer Bob O’Sullivan and Pat decided to write a book to help parents overcome issues with their teenagers.

This book was bought about by frustration. There had to be an answer to the issue of teenagers running away from home. Pat discovered the answer by attending college to learn skills in communication, conflict resolution and problem solving.

He used these newly learned skills to educate parents of teenagers with great success.

Finally when he’d discovered the holy grail of parent/teenager communication issues, he with Bob wrote and published ‘Closing The Gap’.

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html
Buying Link: http://www.patritter.com.au/
closing the gap
Bob O’Sullivan and Pat Ritter
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/52861

Thursday Fun n Frolics 15.8.19

The Shearer

In 1891 Australian history changed forever because of ‘The Great Shearers Strike of 1891’ when shearers from across the country went on strike for better working conditions and wages. Joe Ryan was one of those shearers. This is his story.

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html
Buying Link: http://www.patritter.com.au/
The Shearer
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/395642

Click go the shears by Pat Ritter

Click Go the Shears

“Click Go the Shears” is a traditional Australian folk song. The song details a day’s work for a sheep shearer in the days before machine shears. The enduring popularity of this song reflects the traditional role that the wool industry has played in Australian life. The song describes the various roles in the shearing shed, including the “ringer”, the “boss of the board”, the “colonial experience man” and the “tar boy”. After the day’s shearing, the “old shearer” takes his cheque and heads to the local pub for a drinking session.

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html
Buying Link: http://www.patritter.com.au/
Click go the shears
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/497192

Friday Journals 9.8.19

Click Go the Shears

“Click Go the Shears” is a traditional Australian folk song. The song details a day’s work for a sheep shearer in the days before machine shears. The enduring popularity of this song reflects the traditional role that the wool industry has played in Australian life. The song describes the various roles in the shearing shed, including the “ringer”, the “boss of the board”, the “colonial experience man” and the “tar boy”. After the day’s shearing, the “old shearer” takes his cheque and heads to the local pub for a drinking session.

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html
Buying Link: http://www.patritter.com.au/
Click go the shears
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/497192

Thursday Fun n Frolics 8.8.19

The proposition

Bundy Quicksilver received two medals from the Commissioner of Police twenty years after he retired.

He wrote a letter to show his appreciation; and received a telephone call from the Commissioner wanting him to visit his office.

Upon his visit, the Commissioner offered Bundy a proposal which he couldn’t refuse.

The Commissioner’s proposition was Bundy work with Detective Superintendent Kathleen Emerson on an investigation. A twelve year old child went missing eight years before.

Bundy accepted the Commissioner’s proposition to work with Detective Superintendent Kathleen Emerson to help find the missing child.

This is a story of old fashioned detective – working with the modern day detective to help solve a mystery.

Do they find the missing child dead or alive?

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Buying Link: http://www.patritter.com.au/

The proposition
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/246166

Friday Journals 2.8.19

My name is Siddharth Shukla, I’m a writer and have been in the field of digital marketing and design, and I’ve just completed my first novel titled “Beyond God’s Reach”. As a part of a giveaway and an effort of reaching out to more readers, I’m requesting you to download the free copy of my book. Owning a copy of my ebook from my website will have you entitled to the Amazon discount on the final copy that comes out on the Amazon Kindle platform in the month of May.

The theme of this book is crime and reality, reality of the dysfunctioning of our institutions, which we are a part of. The story is about a Hindu girl who gets raped and murdered by the son of a local constable. The constable, in efforts to prevent his son from getting jailed, contacts his cousin brother who compellingly helps him in building a false case. He puts all the blame on a Muslim prisoner with extreme psychotic behavior. As this false case builds up, the politicians and the media together start to concoct a web of lies of their own. So a battle erupts between fair justice and political dominance, not knowing who’d win…

I’m sure you’ve found that premise interesting; you can know more about the story from my site.

The final version comes out on 15th May, 2019. But before that I want you to read this work of mine on which I’ve effortlessly devoted my time, in between my day job. And I’m looking forward for your support as my source of motivation and inspiration to produce more interesting stories.

Kind Regards,
Siddharth (Sid)
https://fromsidart.com

Thursday Fun n Frolics 1.8.19

Young Anjali Mehra encounters a Broogh warrior wounded in battle … What will befall the two of them from this chance meeting? A supernatural monstrosity terrifies a small boy in the dead of night … Or does it? The Mirus, demigod of extinction-level events and former slave soldier of the alien Kai’Siri, prepares for his final stand. The hungry, powerful, and ruthless Magnus makes their debut as the Mirus is beaten within an inch of his life … What is the outcome? These and other works are part of this collection, and it includes one essay featuring the gigantic, alien Broogh.