Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside -

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.

We al­ways wel­come your feed­back and love to hear from you. Keep shar­ing your feed­backs and views.

Con­tinue to be­stow your love and sup­port!

Happy Read­ing!

Sau­rabh Chawla, Edi­tor in Chiefedi­[email protected]

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