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AGNIJASHATADALAMA, PATREON and PAYPAL- The next leap!

Well, I finally decided that it will be but intelligent to create an online store for my works, that will help me in selling Agnijaat, Agnishatdal and my other creations in future.

Mostly you will see the sample books in agnijashatadalama, and announcements of my Amazon and Patreon projects, but, any sample book you see there, if you want to buy a pdf of its style (with far better contents) you know the email id to contact, or you can hop over to Patreon and become my patron there! That will be more trustworthy for you I believe. You will see me there every month with new works and I sincerely wish to see you too!!

So, here they are for you- just the foundations, if you feel like it suggest me, anything you want! If you want to display your books/works let me know. You know my email ids: sermistabasu@gmail.com and agnijaat@hotmail.com

now the urls of Agnijashatadalama:

https://agnijashatadalama.wordpress.com
https://agnijashatadalama.blogspot.in
https://www.facebook.com/agnijashatadalama

I will be waiting for your comments!
Wish me luck and join me there!

If you want to encourage the struggling artist and writer with your huge-hearted generosity:
https://www.paypal.me/sharmishthabasu
https://www.patreon.com/sharmishthabasu

You will be able to buy the Ezines, and my other digital works, some are already up in Patreon, will be there regularly- every month, others are available in Agnijashatadalama, where you can see the samples, directly approach me and I will send you the pdf files after you pay through paypal!

ONE day left before the twins Agnishatdal and Agnijaat join you

1 Days more

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1 days more agnijaat

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Check out the blogs tomorrow, claim your little gift or grab the deal and make the proud mommy (of the twins) very happy, the twins too will thank you if you give them your loving blessings!

tomorrow means 17.7.16 the celebration will start from 17th july 00:00 A.M. and continue till 18th July 12:00 A.M. because most of the relations of the twins live across the pond… so their 17th July will be over on 18th July 12:00 A.M. IST.

Love and mega hugs.

the greatest honour a writer can have- god bless you romanus@yoursuccessinspirer.com

This is a dream honour Romanus, I am so proud that my book could touch your heart that much!

Agnijaat and Agnishatdal

When i mustered up my courage to write charons i hoped it will warn people like me.

Never dremt it will join the list of inspiring books. Thank you so very much for the dreamlike honour Romanus.

God bless you!

http://yoursuccessinspirer.com/2015/10/09/reading-inspirational-books/

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thanks romanus@successinspirer.wordpress.com

Thank you so very much Romanus. To earn praises from someone as wise as you means a piece of heaven for me!

Agnijaat and Agnishatdal

http://yoursuccessinspirer.com/2015/10/08/guest-interview-talented-and-prolific-writer-sharmishtha-basu-a-volcano-in-the-literary-world/

Thank you and god bless you my dear friend. Please check it out, this beautiful gift by Romanus, one of the wisest writers i have come across in internet.

It is a great blessing to touch a heart that wise.

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The charons critiqued by Vishal Bheeroo @vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com

Sharmistha’s Basu The Charons is no candy floss story where everything falls in place at the end of the day but one that paints the bad and the ugly. Reality can be damaging and this is what the author explores in her take of the dark side of life. The Charons is a story of a small town girl, Urna in Calcutta who moves for better life in Raajsthan but witness the deception of her loved ones. It’s the story of her struggle in a world ridden by corruption and treachery by the ones she considers close to her.

Blurb:
The Charons is not just a story but a sad and dark reality that many of us faces in some far off corner in the world. The system is infested with vultures who conspire to destroy lives. At one glance: Sharmistha Basu has brought alive the turmoil of Urna, an innocent girl who believes in the good side of humans to see her world crashing down. The story boasts of fast narrative, telling the story of Urna as the reader is taken into her far from perfect world. The reader empathize with her character, fate and get anxiety pang. praying that she will get out of the situation. Urna is hounded by the jackals, trying everything to distinguish between friends and foes, usurp her identity to declare her crazy. Ultimately, she holds her might.

Narration:
I have known Sharmistha Basu as a super talented poet and writer on her blogs. The story, The Charons is a disturbing account of the struggle of a single girl in a big city and hats off to her for taking the less traveled route. Sharmistha injects a flow in the book that makes it hard to put away despite the gory details and the the depiction of the characters from good and evil. Brace yourself: The Charons is not a boring book because of the power of Sharmistha’s writing who injects life and energy, capturing the reader’s attention in telling a story that we must have only heard. The book gains momentum right from the first chapter, capturing the struggle of Urna in fighting deceit and treachery, as she faces the dark moments of life. The labyrinth is described so well and with aplomb by Sharmistha who delivers the message of humanity and reason even if hope fades with time. Her writing is powerful and injects pace in this dark subject of hell when the life of Urna suddenly tears apart. You will empathize with the character and be part of her fight against the evils in the world. The Charons will make you speechless as you enter the world of Urna. In short, it is brilliant writing to depict the life of underdogs, facing the biggest trials in life in this gory depiction of life on the other side.

Powerful lines:

1. Many have mistaken me for a normal Indian woman who will commit suicide or go insane. They failed to realize a big truth, every one does not crawls or lies down to die.

2. After all, its desires which torments us! If we destroy the desire no human being will ever be able to torment us.
3. This mindset delivers me from all the filth and cruelty which they showered on me.
What’s Not!

I find it tough to draw minuses in The Charons since it is a fiction which is closer to reality in this struggle of a lone, innocent women against the wicked and powerful. Still, I’d say that may be The Charons should have gone deeper towards the climax to give shape to the wicked and dangerous manipulators. I would like to see them face their end or be destroyed.

Final Words:
The Charons is a struggle of an innocent woman facing a troupe of powerful and manipulating people, hell bent to destroy her life. It’s a book that every human being or woman must read. Sharmistha Basu makes a big entry with The Charons and is imbibed with superb writing skills and lends credence and belief in the characters that she weaves. True, The Charons is disturbing and dark. But, brilliantly written since it touches every inch of our soul. A must read.

About the author:
Sharmistha Basu has several blogs to her credit at https://mydomainpvt.wordpress.com/http://sharmishthabasu.wordpress.com/https://daintypetals.wordpress.com/
The Charons can be bought on http://www.amazon.com/dp/b00so7hf54 and https://www.createspace.com/5262922

Author’s Bio:

I am the woman who needs a pen (in our era a keyboard to speak), I can assure you if you meet me in flesh I will bore you to death because you will be the one doing all interesting talking, I will be either nodding or adding some really dull comments.

Ever since my childhood I have read as if they are an essential part of my daily diet, had lot of time at my disposal and I utilized that time to read. I became a writer by accident, the courtesy goes to MSN’s reader’s archive’s editor in 2007, s/he pampered my writings so much that I discovered an outlet to express my views, feelings and later share my imagination and true stories.

People become artist/writer when they are super talented or they have something to say, which they cant take to pyre with them, I fall in the latter group, I had a story to tell and that generous hearted editor convinced me that I have the capacity to tell, so I honed my skill for years, dulled the pain that the incident has caused and wrote the story, it is published now, as “The charons” in amazon and createspace. If you are curious to know about me, well five sentences- I am bengali, unmarried, unemployed resident of Hyderabad at present. I live a very happy, quiet, withdrawn life, my friends are all in cyberworld, that suits me better I will say because I am not at all talkative, so I prefer interacting through keyboard 😉

I was born in Tundla, a tiny town near Agra, have spent first sixteen years of my life spending different slices of time in various states of North India (plains)- U.P., Bihar, Haryana, New Delhi… then came to west bengal and settled there till 2014, I live with my younger brother who is kind enough to take care of my worldly needs. If you have too many “whys” in your mind read “The charons” and judge thereafter. You will get a clear glimpse of my life therein too.

Read the original and lot more in Vishal’s blog:

vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com
https://vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com/2015/03/22/review-the-charons-is-dark-but-brilliantly-weaved/