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Author Desk Mondays 16.7.18 Agnijaat Chaitra, March in shoptly

Agnijaat CHAITRA
https://shoptly.com/i/vwz

OR
Agnijaat CHAITRA
https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu

Please ignore the “payhip” part anywhere and everywhere you see when it comes to buying my digital works. Without a one line email they deleted my account. So if you are keen to buy those books/these books please buy via paypal, buy them and send me the list I will send you the pdf file. Or else buy the ones available in shoptly.com
https://shotptly.com/sharmishthabasu
I really hope it won’t play the game payhip played! If it does paypal option will always there, or else you can try patreon for some of them.
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu become my patron there and you will get a set every month!

Agnishatdal is the outcome of a group of authors/artists creating together. Its writers/creators are spread all over the world, each creating with full freedom, so you will see works of all type in this Ezine. Stories, poems, artworks, photographs….

It is an English Ezine, even though its name and calendar is Bengali mostly. It may contain one or two Bengali, Indian language posts but they will have their English translations.

it is published in middle of English month, first in patreon and in shoptly. you can get it from any of these three places:
https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu
https://paypal.me/sharmishthabasu (by paying me and placing the order via email)
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu (by becoming my patron there)

Its site is:
https://agnijaat.wordpress.com

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Author Desk Mondays 9.7.18 Agnijaat Falgun, February in shoptly

Agnijaat Falgun, February
https://shoptly.com/i/vm7
or
https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu

Please ignore the “payhip” part anywhere and everywhere you see when it comes to buying my digital works. Without a one line email they deleted my account. So if you are keen to buy those books/these books please buy via paypal, buy them and send me the list I will send you the pdf file. Or else buy the ones available in shoptly.com
https://shotptly.com/sharmishthabasu
I really hope it won’t play the game payhip played! If it does paypal option will always there, or else you can try patreon for some of them.
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu become my patron there and you will get a set every month!

Agnishatdal is the outcome of a group of authors/artists creating together. Its writers/creators are spread all over the world, each creating with full freedom, so you will see works of all type in this Ezine. Stories, poems, artworks, photographs….

It is an English Ezine, even though its name and calendar is Bengali mostly. It may contain one or two Bengali, Indian language posts but they will have their English translations.

it is published in middle of English month, first in patreon and in shoptly. you can get it from any of these three places:
https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu
https://paypal.me/sharmishthabasu (by paying me and placing the order aka sending the list via email)
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu (by becoming my patron there)

Its site is:
https://agnijaat.wordpress.com

Author Desk Mondays 2.7.18 SBPnB : Sharmishtha Basu’s Pen and Brush

Sharmishtha basu’s pen and brush

SBPnB is a book of illustrations mainly. As you can guess from the name the priority has been given to the illustrator inside me! I love to paint and this is the book through which I am sharing my paintings with you.

Sometimes you will get them with quotes, sometimes with poems or flash fictions. But whatever will be there the size of the words will be quite short, so that each post’s length is one page. Sometimes they may get longer but not necessarily!

You will have to check out a few copies to get the feel. Just like Agnimalya the genre of the poems/stories will be versatile. Once in a blue moon you may get a book centered on certain topic or emotion!

You can buy the book directly or indirectly. Directly from patreon by becoming my patron there or through shoptly me hoping it won’t play the payhip game and delete the contents without informing the author. If history repeats itself they will always be available via paypal.

https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu

If you want to browse about the contents (and once in a while critiques) you will have to pay a visit to one of these sites and check out the indexes there:

https://agnijashatadalam.wordpress.com
and/or
https://agnijashatadalama.blogspot.in

They are waiting for you there! Buy- make me happy!

SBPnB


SBPnB

SBPnB Book 1
https://shoptly.com/i/vm2

SBPnB Book 2
https://shoptly.com/i/vmp

SBPnB Book 3
https://shoptly.com/i/vmq

SBPnB Book 4
https://shoptly.com/i/vmr

Friday Journals 29.6.18

The publicity house
3.6.13

Something was wrong with the house. She felt it instantly that is within a week of moving in there.

She felt there were others in that house. Invisible entities! Soon she started to feel their presence even stronger.

Someone standing in the hallway….. A touch when she was still in the realm of sleep, a feeling that someone crept in her bed …. waking up to nothing though…

Strange faces appeared on floor and walls, created by dampness and heaven only knows what, they looked like screaming ghosts or grotesque apparitions….

She started to suspect her own sanity. Then her sister visited her. “This house is really stuffy!” was her first comment.

She sat down on the sofa and looked around her. “You should do something about the walls and floorings. It appears like a child has been painting ghosts all over them.”

Soon her chirpy companionship erased most of the silly thoughts from her mind. Still sometimes in that border of sleep and wakefulness she felt those presences! Those touches, sometimes voices…..

“Didi my friend Chinmayee is coming to Kolkata; can I invite her to stay with us?” Mitra asked.

She shrugged and smiled. “Go ahead! I will love it!”

Next morning they left for Howrah station to pick her up. Chinmayee was a really beautiful girl in an angelic way. Her eyes caught instant attention; they were huge, black and full of feelings. One will feel they can talk, and they truly did.

She talked very little but smiled a lot, her smile was truly lovely, mostly silent but it lit up her surroundings.

“This is it!”Ratri opened the door and turned around. Chinmayee was standing right behind her, she looked frozen, there was a strange look on her face; her eyes were filled with fear, pain and despair. She gasped and backed off a few steps.

Maitree reached out and touched her hand, she gasped sharply.

“Hey Chinu, What’s up?”Maitree softly held her hand; Chinmayee deeply inhaled and entered the house.

Ratri placed a glass of water on the table in front of her.

“It’s ok didi, really! “ She tried to smile feebly. “I scared you did not I?”

“Didi, chinmayee wants to shift to a hotel” Maitree softly said, Ratri was on the roof, reading a book. Then after a brief pause she continued, “She wants you to change the house too.”

“Why?” Ratri tried to sound casual.

“She said there is something ominous about this house.”

“Let me explain you didi.” Chinmayee joined in. “Just listen to me; then take the decision. I hope you will listen to me.”

She sat down on one of the chairs, “Do you know the owners of this house?”

“No, they live abroad. They rarely visit India, and they have dozens of other flats scattered all over Kolkata, and of course a mansion somewhere I don’t know the exact location.”

“Have you met any of the previous tenants of this house?” Chinmayee asked and when Ratri told her that she was the first tenant of this house her expression said she already guessed it, or more, knew it.

“I don’t know whether you believe in these didi, but I do, I believe in spirit world and their eagerness and capability to connect with us. They try to connect with everyone but very rare people can connect back to them clearly.”

“When I came out of the taxi I saw blood splattered all over the house. There were screaming faces of small children jutting out of the walls.” She gasped, as if she could see that scene again.

“I wanted to run away that moment but could not, it would have panicked you both, and most probably you would have caught me and sent me to some shrink.” She tried to laugh but could not; paused for a little, stared blankly at the distant buildings for a few minutes and then continued.

“I tried to communicate with them and they instantly responded. This house is filled with them didi.”

“The owner of this house made pact with some demon, he promised him that he will sacrifice his first child and in return of that he will be blessed with wealth – immense wealth.”

“His friends joined in; then he opened a kind of business out of it. He made secret arrangements with people dying for money, fame and performed sacrifice after sacrifice.”

“He absconded when he grew tired of the business. The man you think is the owner of this house is actually his agent.”

“I will be leaving now didi, I have called a hotel and booked my room there. I will suggest you to look for another house too.”

Ratri softly patted her hand, “I will.”

Sharmishtha Basu
16.5.11

Have a great day!
Love

Sharmishtha Basu
https://www.amazon.com/author/sharmishthabasu
https://paypal.me/sharmishthabasu
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu
https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu

Author Desk Mondays 25.6.18 SBPnB in shoptly

Sharmishtha Basu’s pen and Brush is colours and words, lavishly illustrated books of poem, quote and short/micro fictions. The books in payhip will be different from the ones in patreon, completely different content-wise, I have a truckload of mini/short stories I want to convert into mini-books so….

SBPnB

SBPnB Book 1
https://shoptly.com/i/vm2

SBPnB Book 2
https://shoptly.com/i/vmp

SBPnB Book 3
https://shoptly.com/i/vmq

SBPnB Book 4
https://shoptly.com/i/vmr

Their price is $1 each.

You will be able to buy the books indirectly via the paypal – send me the list of the books, the payment and I will send you the pdf file [agnijashatadalama@hotmail.com and/or agnijashatadalama@gmail.com].

https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu

SBPnB

Friday Journals 22.6.18

The confession
21.6.13

She smiled shyly at him and looked up for a second before lowering her eyes again. “I came here to tell you something!”

His heart sank, he knew what she was about to say, she was in love with his best friend and they were planning to get married. He has loved her for so many years…. So many times he tried to tell her that he loved her but words failed.

When he came to know that she was about to marry his best friend his heart reduced to a handful of ash. In the darkness of night he made a decision and made it happen.

“I love you!” she said. The world stopped turning. The only sound he could hear was firm footsteps on the porch.

“Who are they?” she asked.

“Police I have killed Avinash last night.”

68 WORDS

Have a great day!
Love

Sharmishtha Basu
https://www.amazon.com/author/sharmishthabasu
https://paypal.me/sharmishthabasu
https://patreon.com/sharmishthabasu
https://shoptly.com/sharmishthabasu