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Sharmishtha Basu’s Artwork stores in Red Bubble, Zazzle and Artweb 3

Well, after being encouraged by compliments from those who have liked my paintings for many a years I decided to open art stores [things are quite grim down here lately, so all possible options are getting tested!] to test my creativity and luck once again 

The paintings are sold as stickers, tote-bags and many other items, you can check them out without buying and leave your views. Tell me what you would have loved to buy! Don’t be shy!

https://sharmishthabasu.artweb.com
https://zazzle.com/store/sharmishthabasu
https://www.redbubble.com/people/sharmishthabosu/shop

If you want to get a feel of them as a slideshow accompanied by birdsongs check out my YouTube channel Agni Kahini by Sharmishtha Basu

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZae1W9SU3ZffO9DkbGDIjA/playlists

If you are looking for a multilingual author or translator [Bengali, English and Hindi] You can check out my freelancer profile:

https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01873ccd4b48c7e20c?viewMode=1

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Sharmishtha Basu’s Artwork stores in Red Bubble, Zazzle and Artweb 2

Well, after being encouraged by compliments from those who have liked my paintings for many a years I decided to open art stores [things are quite grim down here lately, so all possible options are getting tested!] to test my creativity and luck once again 

The paintings are sold as stickers, tote-bags and many other items, you can check them out without buying and leave your views. Tell me what you would have loved to buy! Don’t be shy!

https://sharmishthabasu.artweb.com
https://zazzle.com/store/sharmishthabasu
https://www.redbubble.com/people/sharmishthabosu/shop

If you want to get a feel of them as a slideshow accompanied by birdsongs check out my YouTube channel Agni Kahini by Sharmishtha Basu

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZae1W9SU3ZffO9DkbGDIjA/playlists

If you are looking for a multilingual author or translator [Bengali, English and Hindi] You can check out my freelancer profile:

https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01873ccd4b48c7e20c?viewMode=1

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Sharmishtha Basu’s Artwork stores in Red Bubble, Zazzle and Artweb 1

Well, after being encouraged by compliments from those who have liked my paintings for many a years I decided to open art stores [things are quite grim down here lately, so all possible options are getting tested!] to test my creativity and luck once again 

The paintings are sold as stickers, tote-bags and many other items, you can check them out without buying and leave your views. Tell me what you would have loved to buy! Don’t be shy!

https://sharmishthabasu.artweb.com
https://zazzle.com/store/sharmishthabasu
https://www.redbubble.com/people/sharmishthabosu/shop

If you want to get a feel of them as a slideshow accompanied by birdsongs check out my YouTube channel Agni Kahini by Sharmishtha Basu

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZae1W9SU3ZffO9DkbGDIjA/playlists

If you are looking for a multilingual author or translator [Bengali, English and Hindi] You can check out my freelancer profile:

https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01873ccd4b48c7e20c?viewMode=1

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Sfulingo 5 [17.7.2021]

Sfulingo 5 [17.7.2021]

This is the 5th annual issue of Agnijaat! Thank you for making it happen! This year the book will share a set of brand new stories again. So if you like my stories have fun. Most of the stories are paranormal, sci-fi, ghost and spooky, some are dark others are not. Hope you will enjoy these!

Sfulingo 5 [17.7.2021]

This is the 5th annual issue of Agnijaat! Thank you for making it happen! This year the book will share a set of brand new stories again. So if you like my stories have fun. Most of the stories are paranormal, sci-fi, ghost and spooky, some are dark others are not. Hope you will enjoy these!

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Agnidal 5 17.7.21

Agnidal 5 17.7.21

Creative group

Agnidal is annual edition of Agnishatdal, the monthly English ezine created by a group of artists and authors scattered all over the world. Agnishatdal is blessed with selfless affection of its creative group, these selfless authors, artists have shared their wonderful creation for free and no matter how much I try to thank them for this gift, it will be nothing!

Here they are (No order please, just the names as they appeared in mind) :

Brieuc Martin Onraet https://equinoxio21.wordpress.com
Dominic Collucci: http://zen-inspirations.blogspot.com/
Raghunandan Kuppuswamy https://ksriranga.wordpress.com
Troy David Loy http://troythulu.net
Pat Ritter http://www.patritter.com.au
Manju Balkrishna: https://beyondcbse.wordpress.com
Scott Hastie https://scotthastie.com
Labanya
Citizen Null
Saptarchi
Bitter Pill
and
Sharmishtha Basu
https://agnijaat.wordpress.com
https://agnishatdal.wordpress.com
https://agnishatdalezine.wordpress.com
https://agnijashatadalama.wordpress.com

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Melodies from moonlit nights 2021 in Kindle

Melodies from moonlit nights 2021 in Kindle

This year I have added a bunch of new type of poems in my own created styles, seventeen and seven. These mostly circle around life and of course nature and other things too show up in these. These are fresh lot, recently written (2016-2019), apart from them there are a set of free form poems written in 2021 itself, hope you will like the new additions and the style.

I don’t write genre-wise books, I think they will be monotonous, hope you agree with me.

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Waves that became songs 2021 in Kindle

Waves that became songs 2021 in Kindle

This year all the poems are absolutely brand new, straight from 2021, hope you will like the new additions and the style.

I don’t write genre-wise books, I think they will be monotonous, hope you agree with me.

A few words left by readers for the 2015 book

Troy reviewed waves that became songs
I enjoyed this! July 5, 2015
As a collection of poems, this one was a pleasure to read through, while taking in the authoress’s evocative imagery, which supplemented the text wonderfully!

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the prisoner of sand castle 2021 in Kindle

the prisoner of sand castle 2021 in Kindle

This year you will get stories under the section named “Gehenna Parables” I really enjoyed writing many of them I mean if not all. You will again get all types of fantasy and supernatural stories in the book, there is romance, fear and mystery for you this year. Do read and tell me which one you liked best.

Words left by readers (about the previous issues of this book)

F. E. Esparza reviewed The prisoner of Sand Castle
A Thinker December 27, 2015
I found this book to be interesting to read. The stories are very short and entertaining but I feel they don’t end properly as some feel like cliff hangers. I don’t know if that was the writers intention to do. On the flip side it does give a reader thoughts to ponder on what happen next. So I do have to say this book does make a reader think and captures a persons attention.

Troy reviewed The prisoner of Sand Castle
Enchanting! April 30, 2015
This is an excellent collection of short fiction with cool Indian themes. I’ve always enjoyed Ms. Basu’s paranormal fiction, and this is no exception! My favorites from this are the collection’s titular story, a chilling piece titled Scarecrow, and The Woman in White, of strange goings on in a nightspot. Three thumbs up!

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The bridge of her dreams 2021 in Kindle

The bridge of her dreams 2021 in Kindle

This year the book is mostly fantasy, you will get stories about fairies, spirits, strange places and people. I have tried to keep the stories as versatile as possible even if almost all of them are from fantastical realm. Just love to write about ghosts and people not human. You will get romance, spook and fear by the time you finish the book.

Words left by readers
On the previous issue of the book

Troy reviewed The bridge of her dreams
An excellent read! September 1, 2017
Written from an Indian perspective, this is an anthology of micro-fiction; fantasy, sci-fi, and horror tales. My favorite is the title story, in which a young woman’s strange recurring dream leads to a startling realization during a trip to university in Kashmir. Another is The Creature, in which an SOS signal from an alien planet turns out to be more trouble than it’s worth. Check this one out!