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  • First the Title, and then the Author, this is how I start with a story. The name of the author acts like a catalyst and automatically with in no time my mind gets adjusted to what I am going to experience next.
    Neither does the story nor the writer can put any one in a state of dispassion.

    This is how I envisage you as a person after reading your stories.


    "The sea holds many secrets, shares few", "Not exactly your first date", "A bloody good time". These stories made me think of you as a Hero in some hollywood movie who came across extraordinary and unbelievable situations in life.

    Jari Järvelä

    A person who has a treasure trove full of gems. Be it "Aftermath", "In Cathedral", "The (forest beside) city". Like Capt. Jack Sparrow, he's a pirate who knows "Not all treasure is gold or silver".

    Kiki Suarez

    An amiable and lavish personality who has expounded on every nicety of her life. Reading her stories is like unfolding pages from her diary. I would like to evangelize Kiki for allowing us to be a comrade in her life's beautiful stories.
    (Btw I immensely enjoyed reading l your odyssey's and sortie's)


    I picturize her as a creative person who can write on almost any topic. Give her a word as an input and the output would be a gratifying story. I like her unique approach where she first quotes and then airs her thoughts out and loud, inviting sprouts.

    William Huey

    A painter,
    each of his story tranforms into a beautiful painting with a subtext attached to it.
    "Just Breathing", "And it will grow", "There's a Pelican in the room".
    I wish I could decorate them all as work of art on my bedroom walls.


    His stories had a remarkable influence on me. I found them inspirational, so much so that I wanted to adapt his style of writing.

    Rain, can we not start admiring someone after being enticed by their stories?
    LLove is a very strong word.
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