Tuesday, 30 June 2009

Nothing but praise for you, my dear.

Sorry, people. For various reasons this post has been moved to somewhere where only friends can read it. Email me if you're heartbroken and want a copy!

15 comments:

Space Bar said...

Have you met Bubbli? If you like this dude you cannot fail to love her. Come to think of it, this Avinash is also bound to love her.

Love the label (sic).

Vidya said...

I will.I will buy any book that has such poetic descriptions of USB ports. However I would like to know clearly whether the seventh and eighth drive were open or if there were pen drives in them. Such ambiguity leaves me in despair

Vishal said...

There is only one question left to be asked: What is on that 500GB hard drive?

Stellanova said...

I too often feel emotions spreading through me like a pleasant cactus. This young man is clearly the greatest writer of his generation. Anyone who understands that his readers really, really need to know lots of details about keyboards and USB ports is to be cherished.

Aishwarya said...

Space Bar - I'm not so sure he'd approve of her clothing. But as long as she's pure and innocent, I suppose...
And (sic) was necessary!

Vidya - I know, but surely ambiguity is an important facet of the modern novel? We must accept that there will always be things that are unknowable.

Vishal - See my reply to Vidya.

Stellanova - I concur. He must be cherished and his great gifts protected at all cost.

Varali said...

Pleasant cactus on the chest. Reminds me of those old Nycil ads.

When I write a novel, it will surely feature the brands Nycil, Gokul Santol and Cuticura.

Sagar Kumar said...

any body tell me is it possible dat u hav na so strong affiar wid a girl and she never shared her things like chilhood education,miss printing of high school marksheet all which author made turning point in last

Manav said...

Awwww, you haven't mentioned my valuable contributions to this. WHO Told you about the South Extension bottleneck?

zen babu said...

Awesomeness! You remind me yet again what I've been missing out on by not reading fiction.

Aishwarya said...

Varali - But will it be set in an educational institution?

Sagar - I feel that by pointing out the many plotholes in this book you are doing it a disservice.

Manav - As I recall, we both flailed in amazement over this scene. But yes, I wouldn't have put that in if it hadn't been for you.

Zen babu - Read more fiction!

Vedang said...

why do you even bother buying these books? :) and how do manage to read the whole damn thing??

Arpit Dugar said...

Hello Readers

Nice to see the conversation you guys are making about my story. Well, all your suggestions are whole-heartedly welcomed. Keep writing......

Cheers!

with love
Arpit Dugar

Anonymous said...

We definitely would keep writing....but u should not..:)

ashish said...

hi arpit...i can understand ur feelings as m also going thru that patch..dis life is very uncertain...n we have come here wd a purpose...c if dat ill-fated incident would hav not occured then u might not have penned down dis beautiful book...i have written well n do get connected wd the readers well.i really luvd it..especially the way u ended it..."i didnt knw wat the gud news was"..my heart did fell out for u..take care..n if possible do reply wat happened to neha...did u both get married..plz do reply to my email i.e. ashish249@gmail.com

varali said...

Very distressing - I remember nothing of the original post (this be not a comment on your writing, only on my memory), and the comments do nothing to help! May I take a second look at it, please?