Monthly Archives: April 2012
Book Reviews: Urban Shots Love Collection. Click on the links to read more :
http://crispingcanary.blogspot.in/2012/03/urban-shots-book-review.html “I enjoyed Kailash Srinivasan’s ‘High Time’ because of the dialogues primarily. Natural, funny and effortless…”
http://aspoonfullofworld.blogspot.in/2012/03/urban-shots-book-review.html – “Kailash Srinivasan’s a little off beat ‘High Time‘ humored me especially because of its South Indian stereotypes…”
http://flashnewstoday.com/index.php/urban-shots-the-love-collection/ – “High Time – hilarious play of words and expressions that turn the tables…”
http://prats.co.in/urban-shots-the-love-collection/ – “High Time (Kailash Srinivasan) – A beautiful story which will leave you in the fits of laughter”
http://dfuse.in/reviews-all/book-reviews/review-urban-shots-love-collection/ “High Time, Kailash Srinivasan, for its use of humour and sarcasm”
http://momofrs.wordpress.com/2012/03/25/book-review-urban-shots-the-love-collection/ “High Time brings its giggles and smiles.
http://twinklingtinawrites.blogspot.in/2012/03/book-review-urban-shots-love-collection.html “Some other stories worth commenting are ‘High Time’ by Kailash Srinivasan”
http://www.bookchums.com/book/urban-shots-the-love-collection/9789381626474/MzE0MjA=.html# – “Kailash Srinivasan’s ‘High Time’ is a pleasant humorous take on the prelude to arranged marriage.”
Sincere Forms of Flattery
Edited by Olivia Hambrett & Sandi Sieger
Featuring stories from
We asked five writers – and ourselves - a simple question.
'What writer makes you want to write?'
And then we asked them to write a short story in the style of the literary giant whose shoulders they stand on.
Introducing the second author from our upcoming Sincere Forms of Flattery, the dashing wordsmith, Kailash Srinivasan.
1. Describe yourself in three sentences. Each sentence can only contain six words. One of these sentences must contain alliteration.
Bookstore’s my Disneyland, stories, my ride.
Love laughingly lamenting lilting leads.
Drink, travel, live like its Yuletide.
2. What in God's name made you want to be a writer?