Strange island and other stories in Justfiction-edition

The strange island and other stories

Two stories in one jacket. First, the strange island is the story of a girl with free spirit, she moves into a picturesque island and meets a man she just cant resist, ends up with more than she ever bargained for. She is ushered into a world of passion and strangest creatures. A world that is beautiful and enchanting in one hand but on the other hand its terrifying and scary. The second story, Magic Wardrobe is again the story of a girl who discovers a mysterious world in the home she inherited in a beautiful town in the lap of Himalayas, a gift from her aunt she has never met. There she takes a journey into a world that just is not possible yet it materialized for her. A world full of dangers and intrigue.

About the author:
Sharmishtha Basu is a writer, digital painter, blogger, and resident of Kolkata, West Bengal, India. She has written poems, stories, and essays on things Indian for years. She authors, illustrates, moderates few blogs, 2 ezines, has published a set of books in Kindle, justfiction & Shoptly. Her email-agnijaat@hotmail.com and sermistabasu@gmail.com

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14 thoughts on “Strange island and other stories in Justfiction-edition

    1. I have published four poetry books this month, I will finish up the publishing part by October and dedicate my time to selling them! you know doing both side by side is too tough!

      1. It sure is tough, marketing all by itself is too tough. You’ve done very well. All the best with your sales! πŸ™‚

      2. well, Kevin I cant say I will agree with you if you say that I have done the marketing well… I really am not good in marketing! just does not clicks, and spelling one’s own thing is so vain! that makes it even more tough.

      3. I was referring more to all the works you’ve published. I understand how frustrating the marketing is. I find it extremely laborious. πŸ™‚

    1. actually humble, I know I am not Rowling or Maupassant, so I am publishing publishable (in my eyes) works hoping a few of them will stay! I have read too much classics to live in illusions πŸ™‚

      1. true, actually I never even imagined I will write or publish but somehow peer cheers made both happen, I hate to leave in midway, so I will give my works the gallery I thought I will make for them and then resume my old habits and publicize the gallery.

        After all, a diamond comes out of one coal of a coalmine, not every coal πŸ˜‰

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