Sharmishtha Basu’s Pen n Brush book 7 ocean blue

Sharmishtha Basu’s Pen n Brush book 7 ocean blue

Beautiful World Series is a set of nature poetries with paintings, not illustrating the contents of the poems though, sometimes similar sometimes not.

This book shares titles “blue sky and ocean blue”, “blue and blue”, and one poem on rain. Hope you will like the poetries and paintings as two separate colours of these books.

All poems and other works are copyrighted works of Sharmishtha Basu. You can share them with your friends but please acknowledge the creator. I will be very grateful for your sweetness.

Sharmishtha Basu
Haridebpur, Kolkata

SBPnB June 2020

SBPnB June 2020
Sharmishtha Basu’s Pen n Brush

Fresh from oven, I have been writing these stories from this very year’s beginning, having some fun writing them too, hope you will enjoy them too!

The stories of course are of my present mood, versatile as they can be! Written to entertain myself and hopefully my readers, just read and tell me if you enjoyed them! You will get a bit of many- a- things in these stories, fantasy, magic, human vices and virtues!

Don’t forget to share your views, suggestions without any hesitation. My contact details are at the end of the book.

As you all know these are my creations, copyrighted works, you are free to use them as long as you treat them as my property-mention my name as the creator and leave a link to my blog and inform me with the details of your use (non-profit) or discuss the financial side if you like them enough to publish them in your ezine, blog etc to sell.

Coming Kingdom June 2020

Coming Kingdom June 2020

Upcoming Kingdom this month is sharing one complete story, freshly written, hope you will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Share your views, your tips and if you want me to add something in it, exclude something from it… feel free to tell me!

You have all the details in the final few pages! You know the drill about copyrights, these are my works, copyrighted so if you want to share them in your blog or site please ask me, and send me a link after you have shared it so I can use that for my promotional ventures.

Happy Reading!
Sharmishtha Basu

Agnishatdal Ashar 1427, June 2020

Agnishatdal Ashar 1427, June 2020

Agnishatdal is an English monthly Ezine blessed with selfless affection of its creative group, these selfless authors, artists have shared their wonderful creation for free and no matter how much I try to thank them for this gift, it will be nothing! Here they are (No order please, just the names as they appeared in mind) :

Brieuc Martin Onraet
Dominic Collucci:
Raghunandan Kuppuswamy
Troy David Loy
Pat Ritter
Citizen Null
Bitter Pill
Sharmishtha Basu

Agnimalya June 2020

Agnimalya June 2020

Hope you are enjoying the stories, do let me know if you want something in particular. I will try!

This month Agnimalya contains a bunch of fantasy science fiction story. The story of a group of travelers out looking for new homes for human kinds in far away galaxies and planets, the creatures they encounter and stories they stumble upon are in the stories. Hope they will entertain you.

As you all know these are my creations, copyrighted works, you are free to use them as long as you treat them as my property-mention my name as the creator and leave a link to my blog and inform me with the details of your use (non-profit) or discuss the financial side if you like them enough to publish them in your ezine, blog etc to sell. Just let me know!

Happy Reading!

With best regards and wishes.
Sharmishtha Basu
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Agnijaat Ashar 1427, June 2020

Agnijaat Ashar 1427, June 2020

Agnijaat (Fireborn) is a monthly English Ezine that follows Bengali Calendar. You will get lots of illustrations, poems, stories, thoughts, light and serious essays, cartoons, and a dash of spiritualism in this ezine, every month. I try to keep it as versatile as possible because I love creating different types of things! So when it comes to writing or painting I play by the same rule. Just check out a few to understand their worth! Subscribe for a year, it won’t burn your pocket I promise!

One Year subscription for Agnijaat/Agnishatdal is $10. If you Subscribe for both it will be $17. You will get the Ezines each month and the quarterlies and annual issues for free.

Price of each issue is $1 for each Ezine.

If you want to read it you can try one of these methods:

To subscribe:

1. You will have to pay via paypal and send me your email id informing me about your payment and how many issues you want to buy. I will send you your Ezines in that email id.

2. Or you can buy the issues directly from Or Gumroad: after I put them up there each month.

They cost $1.00 each issue and $11.00 for annual subscription. That will include free quarterlies and annual digests.

3. You can also become my patron here: to read them, the site will allow you to download.

4. Or buy the books directly from me (don’t forget to mention the book you are paying for in case you use paypal @ I will send you the pdf file of the book. They cost $1.00 each issue.

Drop me a line after reading them!

Agnishatdal Jyeshtha 1427, May 2020 Critique by editor Sharmishtha Basu

Agnishatdal Jyeshtha 1427 May 2020
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Critique by SB

Agnishatdal Jyeshtha 1427, May 2020

By your good old editor! Few words about the works of my much cherished authors. So the critiques will be honest, short and sweet!

Pronoy by Labanya: A sweet poem that filled the heart with nostalgia!

Farce in the name of justice by saptarchi: Well, speak truth in modern world and pay the price like Jesus Christ did, only you won’t be resurrected!

Fogline by Brieuc Martin Onraet 2: I just love this story! It is so much fun to read Brian’s works, he is one hell of a writer!

When Gold went on a trip by Raghunandan Kuppuswamy: Poor fellow, well, my guess is that guy is alive and boy, to have both your ears nicked by someone like that!

Fractal dawn by Troy David Loy: Sounds like Troy is extremely fond of Meera, let us see how she grows with time! She sounds like a fully positive character like Tempest and powerful too!

Relativity not reality… by Dom Collucci: Another gem from a great thinker. There is so much to learn if you observe!

Bitter Pill dose 31 by Bitter Pill: politics 6: If you look around and judge Indian politicians by their performance you too will start wondering who gives them those votes that gets them elected year after year!

Crows 1 by Brendan: I am so happy that Brendan joined us, his works are truly of another type, and I love that type! It makes one think after one has finished the piece.

The shearer by Pat Ritters 4: I really love the way Pat paints the pictures in mind, a clear picture of the world that he is writing about!

I believe that will be it for my critique as an editor, you will have to read the rest in Ezine. Of course there is truckloads of more works there!