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Starmark to launch “It will always be you” by Megha Rao at Express Avenue Mall, Chennai on 30 October 2015
Events in Chennai - Starmark to launch “It will always be you” by Megha Rao at Express Avenue Mall, Chennai on 30 October 2015, 6:30.pm
Starmark presents the launch of “It will always be you” by Megha Rao at Express Avenue Mall Chennai this 6.30 pm Friday, 30th October 2015. The author will be in conversation with Lakshmi Krupa Ge, popular Chennai-based writer and journalist.
Venue: 49/50L, Whites Road, Royapettah, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600002
Date: 30th Oct 2015
Time: 6.30 Pm
About the Book
You don’t intend to find love. You’re not even looking for that ‘one’ special person. But sometimes it’s not ‘you’ who is taking the call. Life is. He is a gorgeous-looking rock star, a college stud that has girls falling all over him. He has everything one could possibly ask for. she is in his house because of a troubled past. Hurt and confused, she is a wild, rebellious girl. She is least bothered about his superstar image and can’t stand his arrogance. And she won’t let his good looks affect her. He can’t take how she ignores him. And even though her coal-black eyes attract him, he wants to teach her a lesson. That's how their story begins—with hate. Will it end the same way? Find out.
About the Author
A third year undergraduate in B.A. English from Madras Christian College, Chennai, Megha Rao spent the first decade of her life in Singapore, only moving to Kerala when she was in her sixth grade. Megha started writing when she was six, beginning with comic books. What started as speech bubbles soon turned into short stories, and then novels. Apart from her writing, Megha is also a traveller and painter, and an avid fan of Josephine Wall. Megha published her first novel Alice: The Netherworld in 2012 and its sequel Alice: The Inferno Conspiracy in 2014.
About Lakshmi Krupa Ge
Lakshmi Krupa Ge, is a Chennai-based writer and journalist who has worked in leading Indian newspapers, including The Hindu and The Times of India. She has written extensively on art, culture, music, literature, rural enterprises, crafts, etc, over the last seven years. She has co-authored two coffee table books and was shortlisted for the César Egido Serrano Foundation, Madrid’s Flash Fiction Competition Prize. Her short fiction has appeared in magazines like Reading Hour, Papercuts, Sahitya Akademi’s literary journal Indian Literature. She is interested in and intrigued by the female gaze and is currently writing her first novel.
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