Edi­tor's Note

“Lit­er­a­ture is a tex­tu­ally trans­mit­ted dis­ease, nor­mally con­tracted in child­hood.”

Storizen Magazine - - Contents - - Jane Yolen Saurabh Chawla Email - edi­tor@stor­izen.com

It is true that a vivid imag­i­na­tion can awaken even the sleepi­est of the minds. It’s still dis­ap­point­ing that there is a lot to be done to awaken the minds and to know the au­thors. The strug­gle of a writer in his or her jour­ney is of­ten­times kept out of the light. Stor­izen is aimed at glo­ri­fy­ing the au­thors, writ­ers, and blog­gers. We bridge the gap and are ded­i­cated to bring­ing the writ­ers to­gether on a plat­form like never be­fore. We strive to keep the light on this unique art shine brighter every time a writer pens a word on pa­per. Hav­ing said the above, we are glad to fea­ture the best­selling writer- politi­cian Tuhin Sinha, Spokesper­son for BJP - Mum­bai in this edi­tion. Ranked among the most pro­lific In­dian writ­ers ex­per­i­ment­ing with new gen­res, who has au­thored 10 books and his lat­est re­lease is

“When the Chief fell in Love”.

Our edi­tor - Pria gets you the ex­cerpts from the in­ter­view. This is­sue also high­lights book re­views on the ‘Un­de­liv­ered Let­ters by J. Alchem’ and ‘Lost in love by Arvind Parashar’. To keep the lit­er­ary senses alive, there is a treat for you all as our con­tribut­ing writ­ers and blog­gers, Saru Singhal, Mamta Joshi, Manushreya Sharma, and Shivi Pandey who brings to life from their craft of writ­ing in this is­sue. We are much obliged and re­quest you for your con­stant sup­port and feed­back which mo­ti­vates us to push our­selves and do some­thing unique every time. Let your love and bless­ings pour in con­tin­u­ously and do keep writ­ing to us.

Happy Read­ing!

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