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‘Let the Game Begin’ – Sandeep Sharma (Blog Tour)

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ABOUT THE BOOK

4000 years was a long time but not for someone who was brooding in revenge.

Two kingdoms, Chaturanga and Sarprakt, separated by a mystic mountain range are at war with each other since ages. Chaturanga, ruled by King Viratha, is soon bestowed with a dynamic heir, and the whole kingdom is drowned in rituals and festivity. On the other side, Sarprakt is executing a cruel conspiracy. King Viratha, crippled by the conspiracy, urges the mysterious man of the mountain to devise a method to recreate the conspiracy and that gave birth to ‘The Game of Chess’.

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Serial killings shock the nation as the police are rendered clueless. The killer leaves behind a trail of chess pieces with a strange message. Random people are murdered. Connoisseurs of different fields – History, Chess and the Security forces – have united as the next intended victim is the most powerful person of the country.

How is Chess involved in the whole scenario?
How will they find a man who died 4000 years ago?
Can a person defy the laws of nature?
Does history really repeat itself?

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
Let the game begin!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Sandeep Sharma (23), made his debut in the writing industry with ‘Hey Dad! Meet my mom’, the book which is still a hot topic of discussion amongst readers. He is currently working on his start-up venture named ‘Author Paradise’ that works for the benefit of Authors to provide them well-organized online & offline publicity. By education, he is a civil engineer who graduated from JSS Academy of Technical Education, Noida.

He is very passionate about writing and has been writing short stories for his personal blog since 6 years and they were published various times. He has also co-founded ‘The Author’s Blog’, a platform that tries to bridge the gap between authors and readers. He is an avid reader and loves to review books on his blog. He is a well-known reviewer in the literary world.

He can be contacted through:

E-Mail: sandeeplochansharma@yahoo.in

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sandeeplochansharma

Book Cover

STILLS #7

STILLS

#erotica

A white bed sheet, silky and smooth, is entrapped in curls of itself and a pair of hands. His hand is clenching her palm and the bed sheet in between.

And somewhere between their fingers a red rose is entrapped, waiting to be crushed, right then and right there, knowing this would be the only way to its freedom which would come when he would loose his grip on her when they both will be crushed like rose.

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Through STILLS writer would portray various phases and faces of life in the form of stills. Like a photographer. There would be no movement but each element would say its story. There would be no dialogues but emotions would be communicated.

So the concept is very simple. a photographer can capture a moment, but can a writer do the same?

STILLS #6

STILLS

#ChildLabour

“That’s a boulder, heavy and shiny, absorbing the sunlight and getting hotter by time. If you zoom out you witness a pile of such boulder, arranged in pyramidal shape like a minor hill, erected in pride and heat. The pile is resting on a basket being held by two hands at the diametric ends, below which a rough, dusty face is looking straight and balancing the huge pile while a tall hill situated behind him is watching that little kid taking away its boulder.”

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Through STILLS writer would portray various phases and faces of life in the form of stills. Like a photographer. There would be no movement but each element would say its story. There would be no dialogues but emotions would be communicated.

So the concept is very simple. a photographer can capture a moment, but can a writer do the same?

STILLS #5

STILLS

#ChildLabour

If you look through the window you will see some kids playing in the ground, green grass and a fountain. A football is in the air and all of them are looking at it. Their faces are happy and full of life.

There is a kid standing in a room full of darkness. His hands are holding the bars of window. He is also looking at the football and the sky behind it while a washcloth is lying next to him in the bucket full of dirty water.

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Through STILLS writer would portray various phases and faces of life in the form of stills. Like a photographer. There would be no movement but each element would say its story. There would be no dialogues but emotions would be communicated.

So the concept is very simple. a photographer can capture a moment, but can a writer do the same?

STILLS #4

STILLS

#ChildLabour

Look at that hill and the sun behind it, radiating its glory and singing its pride. When you zoom out you see a roadside stall. People are busy in their usual routine. Washing, cooking, making tea.

At the centre, there is a nine-year-old kid sitting on a bench. His undershirt is pale due to dried sweat and his skin is suntanned. His hands are rough and wrinkled. The sweat drops on his hair tips are shining like diamonds of a king’s crown.

He has a cup of tea and a biscuit dipped in the cup.

A same age boy sitting next to him is looking at him with satisfied face while everyone else is still busy in their daily routine, washing, cooking and making tea.

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Through STILLS writer would portray various phases and faces of life in the form of stills. Like a photographer. There would be no movement but each element would say its story. There would be no dialogues but emotions would be communicated.

So the concept is very simple. a photographer can capture a moment, but can a writer do the same?

STILLS #2

STILLS

#terrorism 2

“A man in his mid-sixties, guarded by four armed men, AK-47s, is delivering a speech in front of a hundred people. His eyes are red and venomous and sparkling. His nostrils are flaring and a nerve on his neck is on the verge of bursting.

His audience is listening to him carefully. They are holding their AK-47s to the sky. Their eyes are full of hate.

At the far corner, a six-year-old girl in her white frock is licking her ice-cream and looking at all of them with puzzled eyes.”

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Through STILLS writer would portray various phases and faces of life in the form of stills. Like a photographer. There would be no movement but each element would say its story. There would be no dialogues but emotions would be communicated.

So the concept is very simple. a photographer can capture a moment, but can a writer do the same?