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Then and Now

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One of the stories of this book – A High, Like Heaven – was first written 23 years ago. How does an author write the same story 23 years later you ask?
For me the transition was a fairly smooth one. For some strange reason, the story always stayed with me, even though I had written it almost two decades ago, as a younger writer and human being.

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A Male author writing stories centered around women…good or bad or simply doesn’t matter?

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I have always claimed that the nine stories in this book are stories of life in the urban India of today. They are stories of people dealing with the complexity of everyday, volatile relationships. As a male author writing these stories from merely a man’s perspective would have been the most predictable thing to do. But doing the expected is never challenging enough, is it?

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Virtually Yours

Dear Reader,

I am astonished by how the Internet has become a real world, only without boundaries.

From making friends to getting married, social networking is the new age society, whose norms we abide by. And breaking one is as much a taboo as ignoring your relative at a family function!

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Parent-Child Relationships

Dear Reader,
Across all the 9 short stories in my book, one of the themes that I have carefully explored, and repeatedly used is that of the relationship shared by the new-age Indian parent and child. Why, you ask? Well my fascination for this particular theme stems from the very strange nature of this relationship.

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