Henry Miller said - 'One's destination is never a place, but always a new way of seeing things.' Exploring different places, learning about new cultures is something our souls are meant for. With a huge response to our June 2018 edition, we decided to keep the travel bug alive by extending the theme to this month too!
We always try our best to bring for our readers new stories, a new outlook that resonates with them and keeps the spark alive and keeps you engrossed.
We are delighted to feature Anuj Tiwari - an inspirational romance writer in an exclusive interview with Storizen.
The author shares his struggles, insights and has a heartwarming message for our readers.
We are excited to present four hot releases this month in association with HarperCollins Publishers viz Koi Good News? by Zarreen Khan, Weird Maths by David Darling and Agnijo Banerjee, I Didn't Expect to be Expecting by Richa Mukherjee, presented by Ravinder Singh, and The Great Indian Child's Guide to Eating Mangoes by Namrata Sharma.
Contributors also share their travel journey’s – from Thailand to the far south aka The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the journey to Sikkim and a short story on a visit to Puducherry and an alluring poem from the trip to Ellora Caves.
In this issue, you will also find the book review of Soha Ali Khan's 'The Perils of being Moderately Famous' published by Penguin India and a few more .
With all our gratitude, Storizen team is grateful to all the readers for their love and support which constantly inspires us to keep moving on and strive to be better than before.
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Saurabh Chawla, Editor in Chiefeditor@storizen.com