The book is an anthology of short narratives. These Inspiring narratives are based on day to day happenings which give a deep insight to life making life a memorable one to live and cherish rather than letting it slip away into monotony and despair. Each narrative strengthens core values with a message evoking emotions worth pondering. These narratives touch our soul gently through the nobility in the lives of fellow men. The narratives illustrate a lot of Indian ness, Indian locales, food and culture giving a true picture of life in India. Most of the narratives are based in Pune depicting the life of people belonging to various strata. It depicts the value of money, kindness, education and deals with a few social issues. It also touches our heart when the issues are beyond man's reach. It includes clarification of thoughts through a reflection on peoples lives.
This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
In our action packed eleventh issue those pesky Martians are in two very different takes on Martian invasion. Folks always seem to think they know how to handle alien technology-but they never do and the device the government wants proves to be quite deadly. And a Native American warrior gets a really fast lesson about parallel universes. We go to Name Pending, Wyoming for a story that reminds us perhaps nature can handle evolution better than man Featuring stories by Sam Knight, C. J. Killmer, J. A. Campbell, Lyn McConchie, Henrik Ramsager, R. A. Conine and Jackson Kuhl with an article by David Lee Summers. And join contributors David Boop, Joel Jenkins, John Howard and others in our first Wild West Writing Challenge, where they come up with some amazing and really short gunfights.
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