Series: Facts and Fiction

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What kind of kind? Book Cover
A story dedicated to the virtue of kindness that heals.
Cover Design: Paul Rodrigues, Goa (India)

In What kind of kind? protagonist, Shanti Sofia, explores the virtue of kindness, which she eventually understands through true events that involve the endangered Olive Ridley sea turtles. She realises that kindness is not just about friendliness and generosity.  Kindness requires the development of a kind heart—a heart that cares. One million species are on the road to extinction. Can we stop this from happening? Perhaps, if we begin to care. Read more

On the night of the Waning Gibbous, the Earth quaked
Photo Credit: NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Centre

By the Bay is a short story, a modern-day fable. Through a mix of non-human characters–aquatic, avian, terrestrial, and even celestial, I have tried to focus on the innocence of life, while exploring its diversity. It’s a bittersweet story, accompanied by a long and interesting fact sheet. Read more

At Sea
Generosity is…extending a heart-shaped buoy
Photo Credit:

When I read UK-based artist Banksy’s note to activist, Pia Klemp, I was inspired to write At Sea. The line in Banksy’s note that made an impression on my mind was: “I’ve made some work about the migrant crisis, obviously I can’t keep the money.” His generosity was so natural that it inspired me to research the migrant crisis in Africa, and to weave experiences and personal stories into the story of a migrant girl, Ngozi. Do read and share it, as an act of generosity towards all migrants. Read more