Introducing: The Tales Next Door

I think books are like people, in the sense that they’ll turn up in your life when you most need them.

– Emma Thompson

First, let me be upfront and tell you that this post is not about parenting or children’s books. This post is about a book that I have recently published, a collection of short stories that will help you, as a parent or a reader relax for sometime and enjoy yourself.

Amazon Review

The Tales Next Door is a set of ten power-packed stories depicting various slices of Indian life. A girl who believes she has committed a murder, a taxi driver in love with his passenger, JD trying to prove a murder in his small town, Adi facing perilous dangers due to his father’s gift to him, a strange friendship between an old woman living in a village and a street dog, Kabir’s meeting in Connaught Place with the woman he believes is his soulmate, a week of lockdown in the life of Neha and Rohan who are on the brink of divorce, Sita’s experience as she becomes a world-famous artist.

Amazon Review
Amazon Review

The book has been received very well by the readers as can be seen by the amazing reviews it has received. I hope you like the stories as well. There is something for everyone in the collection.

These stories will take you through an emotional ride that you will enjoy even long after reading them. You will come to love the characters and Shiva, JD, John, Ria, Sita, Kabir, Tia are all waiting for you to open the door and take a peek into their lives.

Get them here

Free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers and a small amount for others.

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Books are the plane, and the train, and the road. They are the destination, and the journey. They are home.

– Anna Quindlen

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