28 February, 2017

#SpecialFeature :: An #Interview with Merry Jones, #Author of Child's Play



*** Special Feature - February 2017 ***

Quick Recap:
22nd February: A Writer's Life

About the Author:


Merry Jones is the author of some twenty critically acclaimed books, both fiction and nonfiction. Her work has been translated into seven languages. Her previous Elle Harrison novels have been The Trouble with Charlie and Elective Procedures. Jones lives with her husband in Philadelphia.








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An Interview with the Author:


What do you like best about yourself? Least?
Best: I like my persistence. I stick with things and people and goals through rough and easy times. I demand a lot of myself to finish what I start, not give up.
Least: My depression. I’ve had it for most of my life. Actually, I can’t say I dislike being depressed because I don’t know what life would be like or who I’d be without it. It’s a low rumbling beast, always with me to varying degrees.

What are your most important values?
Hmmm. Devotion to family. Wonderment at life. Love of animals and nature. Curiosity about other people and other times, places, cultures. Respect for others. Empathy. Awe at the size of the universe.

What emotion are you most afraid to experience?
Fear scares me. But dread is worse than fear. Fear is immediate and intense. Dread lasts longer, and it’s full of anticipation. So I fear dread. And dread is why I also fear happiness. 
Happiness makes me feel dread because I know that, by its very nature, happiness is unsustainable and fleeting. So when I feel happiness--or joy or elation, I automatically begin dreading its passing.

What do you care about most in the world?
Family.  And freedom.

What do you carry in your pocketbook?
Hahaha. Too much. Oh man. I carry two wallets, one for money and another for cards—credit cards, driver’s license, etc. Keys. Cell phone. Old lipsticks. Tissues. (Is this interesting? Wake up, the list goes on.) Pictures of family occasions. Bookmarks featuring some of my books. Business cards. Receipts. An epipen (I’m allergic to bee stings). Tylenol. Pens. A notepad. Sometimes my Kindle. Often a snack, like a health bar. Sunglasses. Safety pins. A traveling sewing kit. A mirror.

What is the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to you?
Oh my my my. This is SO hard to answer. You want just one embarrassing thing? There are so many.
I guess I’ll go back to high school. The senior prom. I wore a striking formal dress with a long velvet sash in the back. It was my first floor-length dress, so I felt very elegant. My date wore a tuxedo. We were very grown up. Very fancy. 
After a while, I went to the Ladies Room. I visited the toilet, but forgot about the sash. 
When I exited the Ladies Room, the sash was visibly, unmistakably soaking wet. Dripping all over the back of my dress. I went back and hid in the Ladies Room for hours.
Since then, there have been countless other embarrassing moments. But because of my vulnerable and impressionable age at the time, the embarrassment of the sash has stayed with me.

What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done to someone and why?
I probably don’t know the answer to this one. We are often unaware of the ways our actions affect others. And probably, unwittingly, thoughtlessly and carelessly, I’ve done some really terrible things that I neither intended nor noticed.
An example of something unintended: My late father once told me that I’d caused one of the most painful moments of his life. It was when he returned home from about two months in the hospital, having barely survived a chemical explosion that had burned off most of his skin. I was his youngest child, and he couldn’t wait to see me after such a long separation. But his return home didn’t go as he’d envisioned. 
When he walked in, I screamed in horror and ran away.
He’d endured weeks of unbearable pain and terrible burns only to come home to a child who was terrified of his appearance and refused to look at him. 
In fairness, I was only a small child and someone should have prepared me better for that first encounter. But as an adult thirty-odd years later, picturing the moment and realizing how deeply my rejection of him had hurt him, I felt terrible. 
I’ve no doubt done worse things. Broken a heart or two. Manipulated the truth. But because of how I loved and admired him, I regret that I hurt my father, deliberately or not.

What would you like it to say on your tombstone?
I don’t know. Maybe “She did her best.”

What’s your idea of a good marriage? Do you expect to get one?
I’m fortunate enough to have one. To me a good marriage is one that brings out the best in each other. A relationship in which you both feel you can grow. In which you feel safe to be yourselves, flaws and all. In which you love, trust and respect your partner just as he/she is without changing anything. In which you are willing to give of yourself without expecting to get anything back. In which you listen to each other, strive to understand each other.
My husband is my best friend. His presence creates my “home.” I can tell him anything. We support each other’s goals and have stood by each other through any number of tough times. Together, we have raised two amazing daughters. 
No relationship is perfect, of course. But with the magic combination of love, trust and respect, couples can grow together, survive tough times, and emerge from them closer and stronger than when they went in. 

How do you feel about your life right now? What, if anything, would you like to change?
I’m at a strange time of life, not entirely comfortable with it. 
I’m in my Sixties. A senior citizen. My hair is white. Even so, I still think of myself as a young woman. So, when I look in the mirror, I’m surprised.
My peers say they share this sense of disbelief at their ages. It happened so suddenly, while we were busy with careers or family, while we weren’t looking. 
You young people probably can’t relate to what I’m saying. But I promise, this will happen to you. One day, all of a sudden, you’ll look in the mirror and be surprised, too. 
My kids are grownups now. They have careers and spouses of their own. And when I go out, I notice that people treat me gently. Grocery clerks divide my purchases into two bags because they assume that a white haired lady can’t lift a single heavy one. Young men call me “Ma’am.” Old men sometimes wink.
Bottom line: I’m in the last third, maybe the last quarter of life. My perspective has changed. I see so much as fleeting and precious. Or as foolishness. Or as already gone.
Not that I’m finished living. No way. I’ve got books to write and places to visit. Causes to fight for. I’m healthy and fit and active. But the passage of time, the phase of life I’m in, alters my views.
What would I change? I guess I’d want more success with my writing. More inspiration and ideas. More contracts. More readers. 
Oh. And grandchildren. Lots of grandchildren. Yes. 

Thanks for the interview!


Book Details:
Genre: Thriller, Suspsense
Published By: Oceanview Publishing
Publication Date: January 3rd 2017
Number of Pages: 320
ISBN: 1608091910 (ISBN13: 9781608091911)
Series: Elle Harrison Thriller #3 (Each can be read as a Stand Alone Novel)

Since her husband’s murder two years earlier, life hasn’t been easy for Elle Harrison. Now, at the start of a new school year, the second grade teacher is determined to move on. She’s selling her house and delving into new experiences―like learning trapeze.
Just before the first day of school, Elle learns that a former student, Ty Evans, has been released from juvenile detention where he served time for killing his abusive father. Within days of his release, Elle’s school principal, who’d tormented Ty as a child, is brutally murdered. So is a teacher at the school. And Ty’s former girlfriend. All the victims have links to Ty.
Ty’s younger brother, Seth, is in Elle’s class. When Seth shows up at school beaten and bruised, Elle reports the abuse, and authorities remove Seth and his older sister, Katie, from their home. Is Ty the abuser?
Ty seeks Elle out, confiding that she’s the only adult he’s ever trusted. She tries to be open-minded, even wonders if he’s been wrongly condemned. But when she’s assaulted in the night, she suspects that Ty is her attacker. Is he a serial killer? Is she his next intended victim?
Before Elle discovers the truth, she’s caught in a deadly trap that challenges her deepest convictions about guilt and innocence, childhood and family. Pushed to her limits, she’s forced to face her fears and apply new skills in a deadly fight to survive.

Purchase Links: 
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Giveaway:
1 eBook Copy of Child's Play by Merry Jones

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24 February, 2017

#GuestPost :: Creating Characters and Magic in The Magician’s Workshop by Christopher Hansen and J.R. Fehr

About the Books:
The Magician’s Workshop, Volume One

Authors: Christopher Hansen, J.R. Fehr

Published by: Wondertale, California
Publication Date: November 8, 2016
ISBN: 1-945353-11-2
ASIN: B01MQGHGBH
Genre: Coming of Age, Fantasy, Magic
Ages: 12 and up.
Length: 85,000 words / 290 pages


Book Links:
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Synopsis:
Everyone in the islands of O’Ceea has a magical ability: whatever they imagine can be brought into existence. Whoever becomes a master over these powers is granted the title of magician and is given fame, power, riches, and glory. This volume of books follows the journey of a group of kids as they strive to rise to the top and become members of the Magician’s Workshop.

Layauna desperately wants to create beautiful things with her magical powers, but all she can seem to do is make horrible, savage monsters. For years she has tried to hide her creations, but when her power is at last discovered by a great magician, she realizes that what she’s tried to hide might actually be of tremendous value.

Kai just wants to use his powers to have fun and play with his friends. Unfortunately, nearly everyone on his island sees him as a bad influence, so he’s forced to meet them in secret. When one of the creatures they create gets out of control and starts flinging fireballs at their town, Kai is tempted to believe that he is as nefarious as people say. However, his prospects change when two mysterious visitors arrive, praising his ability and making extraordinary promises about his future.

Follow the adventures of Kai, Layauna, and a boatload of other characters as they struggle to grow up well in this fantastical world.


The Magician’s Workshop, Volume Two

Authors: Christopher Hansen, J.R. Fehr
Print Length: 273 pages
Publisher: Wondertale
Publication Date: November 22, 2016
ASIN: B01N988TW7
Genre: Coming of Age, Fantasy, Magic
Ages: 12 and up.


Book Links:
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Synopsis:
Return to the world of The Magician’s Workshop: Where Dreams Become Reality.

In Volume Two, the Festival of Stars has finally arrived, and the Color Ceremony is about to commence. As children from all over the islands gather to stand before a puller, one question remains: who will have a Color, and who will be found void?

Rejoin your favorite characters as they step forward and receive a label that will have the power to dramatically alter the course of their lives forever.

Creating Characters and Magic in The Magician’s Workshop
by Christopher Hansen and J.R. Fehr

The Magician's Workshop is going to be an epic tale that we expect will span several volumes. Volume One introduces the reader to the characters and the world and explores the pressures that exist for kids in a world where everyone can do magic. Volume Two deals with the kids entering the coming of age ceremony that everyone has to participate in.

Our inspiration for characters is everywhere. Every encounter—no matter how brief—is a story waiting to unfold. We’ve also spent a lot of time studying theories of personality. This knowledge has helped us craft the voices of our characters and imagine how they might react in a certain situations. 


Of course, this is a book about The Magician’s Workshop, so there has to be some magic in it. But the magic in our book is not like any kind of magic we know of. We spent many hundreds of hours creating all the details around this new magic for our book. We had to figure out what a world that was based on this magic would look like—what rules governed it. Then, as we figured out the wide variety of magical powers possible, we could start thinking about characters. We wanted to find the magical powers that were the right fit for each character. We tried to make these powers feel like they were a natural outgrowth of that character, like an expression of their very souls.


When we started writing, we anticipated a story with a handful of primary characters. But new characters kept showing up, and we liked them. We found ourselves writing additional scenes and chapters with these characters. This was dangerous because soon we had enough material to fill several volumes. We had to make a difficult choice: cut out half of the characters and their stories or allow the story to grow. At first we decided to cut. But when we went to actually delete the scenes, we didn’t want to say goodbye. We looked at each other, and a big smile grew on our faces. “We’re keeping them!” we said. “This is going to be mega!”


So, these novels are really different than a traditional fantasy story. There isn’t one specific main character. There are several point of view characters who our readers can relate to in different ways. Each one has their own gifts and weaknesses. The two who get the most attention in the stories, though, would have to be Kai and Layauna. Both of them have unique talents and have a grandparent with grand expectations. But while Kai wants to do his own thing and have fun with the magic he creates, Layauna is terrified of her creations and seeks the approval of her elders.

Kai is a silly goofball who loves to spend time with his friends. He’s supportive and encouraging to people yet at the same time isolated and cut off from others. He wrestles with a lot of big issues relating to his place in the world. Layauna, on the other hand, doesn’t have the time or freedom to be silly. She desperately wants to create beautiful things with her magical powers, but instead she makes horrible, savage monsters. 



Like all of us, the characters in The Magician’s Workshop struggle with who they are, who they want to be, and what they want to do.


While we were writing, we got to play with these characters, inside this fantastical world, and now we are so excited to share this world with you, for you to enjoy. 

About the Authors:

Christopher Hansen

The first glimmering Chris Hansen had that there was far more to reality than he had ever imagined occurred six days after his ninth birthday. “Christopher!” cried a wise, old sage. “Life is full of deep magic. Miraculous things happen all the time and all around us, if you know where to look for them.” Full of expectation and childlike optimism, Chris began searching for this magic, prepared to be surprised and amazed by it. And he was: he found Wonder! Now he’s chosen to write stories about it.




J.R. Fehr

When J.R. Fehr popped out of the womb, he knew there was more to the world than the four boring hospital walls that he was seeing. “Zango!” his newborn mind exclaimed as he saw people appear and disappear through a mysterious portal in the wall. As a child he found life wowtazzling, but as he grew older the cold water of reality hit him, and the magic he once knew vanished. After spending some wet and shivering years lost in a joyless wasteland, he once again began to see magic in the world. He writes because the Wonder of true life is far grander than anything he ever thought possible.





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22 February, 2017

#SpecialFeature :: #GuestPost - A Writer’s Life by Merry Jones



*** Special Feature - February 2017 ***



About the Author:


Merry Jones is the author of some twenty critically acclaimed books, both fiction and nonfiction. Her work has been translated into seven languages. Her previous Elle Harrison novels have been The Trouble with Charlie and Elective Procedures. Jones lives with her husband in Philadelphia.








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A Writer’s Life
Merry Jones


Recently, someone asked me how writing has affected my relationships.

I was tempted to ask, “What relationships?”  

Because while I’m writing, I’m pretty much isolated.  Well, no.  I have a lot of company, but most of the people I hang out with aren’t real to anyone but me. They’re made up.  Make believe.  And, for the weeks and months that it takes to write a book, they dominate my mind, pushing aside mostly everyone else, interrupting conversations, waking me up at night.

Fortunately, the real people who are closest to me (I refer to them as The Breathers) accept that I can be quite distracted.  The kids got it early on, understanding that when mom was in her office, they could get away with almost anything.  Many times they’d interrupt while I was right in the middle of a murder or a harrowing narrow escape, and they had to wait a few moments for me to refocus.  I don’t think it ruined their lives to wait those moments; they knew they were the Most Important People in the World.  It’s just that, when I was in the office writing, I wasn’t always grounded in that World.  

And my husband?  His encouragement has been unfailing. Which is good for our relationship because, well, remember that old saying: If Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy?  Wisely, he encourages this Mama to do what makes her happy.  He reads and comments on my work, shares his thoughts, helps me work out snafus.

Beyond that, my writing has brought us closer in unexpected ways. In fact, so close that I actually became him, or he became me, when I ghostwrote a book under his name. I never anticipated, as I wrote that book, that the man would end up on a 21-day book tour, appearing on radio and television, being interviewed by newspapers all over the country as the talented and hilarious author of I LOVE HER, BUT...  My husband, the “author,” became a media sensation, accepting the credit on the surface, delivering clever quips on demand. But even as I simmered with jealousy, it wasn’t lost on me how generously, supportively and uncomplainingly he took those weeks away from his own career to promote mine.      

My friends have learned that I disappear for extended periods of time while I’m working on a book. I surface after the first draft, again after revisions. My social life, if you can call it that, is sporadic. For a few weeks between projects, I arrange engagements almost every day--sometimes two the same day. Then, when I start a new book, I return to all-consuming relationships with a new set of made-up, intangible, non-breathing, and nonetheless demanding characters.

I don’t know how it is for other authors. But overall, writing has had a profound effect on my relationships in that it’s allowed me to be better at them. Writing gives me an outlet for my unsettled dark side, so that my loved ones don’t have to deal with it. I weave my darkness into plots. I thrust it upon fictional characters.  By the end of the day, having wreaked havoc into my computer, I’ve temporarily purged my demons and can conduct relationships with the real live breathing people I love in gentleness and peace.  

Usually.  


Book Details:
Genre: Thriller, Suspsense
Published By: Oceanview Publishing
Publication Date: January 3rd 2017
Number of Pages: 320
ISBN: 1608091910 (ISBN13: 9781608091911)
Series: Elle Harrison Thriller #3 (Each can be read as a Stand Alone Novel)

Since her husband’s murder two years earlier, life hasn’t been easy for Elle Harrison. Now, at the start of a new school year, the second grade teacher is determined to move on. She’s selling her house and delving into new experiences―like learning trapeze.
Just before the first day of school, Elle learns that a former student, Ty Evans, has been released from juvenile detention where he served time for killing his abusive father. Within days of his release, Elle’s school principal, who’d tormented Ty as a child, is brutally murdered. So is a teacher at the school. And Ty’s former girlfriend. All the victims have links to Ty.
Ty’s younger brother, Seth, is in Elle’s class. When Seth shows up at school beaten and bruised, Elle reports the abuse, and authorities remove Seth and his older sister, Katie, from their home. Is Ty the abuser?
Ty seeks Elle out, confiding that she’s the only adult he’s ever trusted. She tries to be open-minded, even wonders if he’s been wrongly condemned. But when she’s assaulted in the night, she suspects that Ty is her attacker. Is he a serial killer? Is she his next intended victim?
Before Elle discovers the truth, she’s caught in a deadly trap that challenges her deepest convictions about guilt and innocence, childhood and family. Pushed to her limits, she’s forced to face her fears and apply new skills in a deadly fight to survive.

Purchase Links: 
Amazon * Barnes & Noble * Goodreads

Giveaway:
1 eBook Copy of Child's Play by Merry Jones

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21 February, 2017

#ReleaseDayBlitz :: A Way Back Into Love by Veronica Thatcher

~ Release Day Blitz ~
A Way Back Into Love by Veronica Thatcher
21st February, 2017



About the Book:


Nothing is perfect. Life is messy. Relationships are complex. Outcomes, uncertain. People, irrational. But love… Well, that makes complicates everything complicated. When you are caught in a tangled web of secrets, lies, and complex affairs, someone is bound to get burned.
Emily Stevens is a spunky, spirited college girl whose life is turned upside-down when she realizes she's in love with her best friend of fifteen years, Derek Thorpe. As Emily prepares to confess her feelings to Derek, something happens one night which changes her life forever. Five years later, Emily finds herself in Boston, alone and heartbroken. Will she ever be able to forget the past? And what will she find when she returns home... to the man she left behind?




Book Links:
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Read an Excerpt:

Emily stepped back from him and shook her head. “Oh, you know damn well what I mean. You know what, Derek? I’m done having this conversation with you. I’m so done with this conversation and I’m so done with you,” Emily spat out angrily before brushing past him.

“Emily, wait,” Derek said, catching her by her arm. “Where are you going?”

Emily spun around and gave him a bitter look before looking down at his hand gripping her arm. “Leave my arm,” she said in a low yet threatening voice, “And why do you care where I’m going? It’s none of your business.”

Derek didn’t leave her arm in spite of her warning and said, “Em, you’ve had too many drinks. You can’t drive in this condition. I’ll drop you home.”

Emily jerked her arm free from his grasp and replied in a bitter voice, “Thank you, but no. I’m perfectly capable of getting myself home on my own. I don’t need you to drop me home. Do you get it, Derek Thorpe? I DON’T NEED YOU!” Emily yelled the last words, causing a few people to look their way.


About the Author:
Veronica Thatcher is an exciting new contemporary romance author. Ever since she was very young, she’s dreamed of becoming a doctor when she grew up. While still forging ahead with that, majoring in pre-med in college, she unwittingly stumbled upon a new dream—becoming a published author. Some may call her an introvert or a wallflower, but she has always found she could express herself better in written, rather than spoken, words. However, never in her wildest dreams had she envisioned she would pursue writing as a prospective career, not just a hobby. Her love for writing goes hand-in-hand with her love for a good romance novel—whether it be a feel-good, sweet romance or a dark, suspenseful one. When she’s not studying, reading, or writing, she is usually found blasting her favourite songs, sometimes singing and dancing along to them.  She dabbles in a number of activities, including painting, karate, singing and dancing. She is a huge chocoholic – probably the biggest – and she is an ice-cream junkie too. She considers herself technologically handicapped forever and has no shame in admitting that. She also deems chocolates her boyfriend, Patrick Dempsey the love of her life, and Friends her life!
Her first book, A Way Back Into Love, is slated for release in February 2017, and she hopes readers will enjoy it as much as she enjoyed writing it. You can reach Veronica through Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Wattpad and Gmail.

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18 February, 2017

#GuestPost - Why I dedicated my book to B.S.F... by #Author Paromita Goswami






Title of the book: Grow Up Messy!
(A Hilarious Coming of Age Series Book1)
Author: Paromita Goswami
Genre:  Middle School, Teen and YA
Publisher:  Ficus India








The Blurb: 
Childhood is considered to be the best time of one’s life. What if you get a chance to live it once more with a five-year-old? 
Misry, a naughty five-year-old girl, lives with her parents in a B.S.F border outpost near Indo-Bangladesh border. But with no schools and friends she feels very lonely. She tries to befriend some local village kids. But they find her incompetent in their rural antics. They nickname her Messy as most of the time she messes up their plan. Can Misry really be a part of the gang? 
Set in the early eighties, join Misry in the adventures of her life.

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It is an honour to dedicate this book series to these men of B.S.F.

1st December is celebrated as the B.S.F raising day. This year, the organization completed 51st years of service to the nation. My sentiments for the people in this organization has scaled a new height with my new book, Grow Up Messy! available worldwide on all online ebook platforms. I am very proud to dedicate my new book to the B.S.F personnel.

Grow Up Messy!, is a children e-book for the middle grade and above. It’s a family read set in the early eighties. This book captures the essence of childhood through the eyes of a naughty five-year-old girl Misry alias Messy. As a paramilitary, Border Security Force (B.S.F) child, since her father is a B.S.F personnel, her life is nothing less than a roller coaster ride. So come and join the fun ride with the  mischievous life of Messy and her family.

Before I take you to the story let me share with you some facts about this vast organization of our country, the Border Security Force (B.S.F). Today we find the mention of this force unit more or less every day in the news. They are our country’s first line of defence and work round the clock performing their duties. While they work, the organization takes care of their families. However, there are several occasions in life when their presence is missed by the members of the family, especially the children.

As a B.S.F child, I too had such moments when my father was not around to buck me up when I played for my school team or take me on vacations during my school holidays. Nevertheless, I am very proud to be part of this organisation that has played an incredible role in my growing up years. Today, the respect I have for the men in uniform is only because I have seen the considerable amount of dedication they show towards their duty for the nation due of which the people get the chance to celebrate the moments of their life with the loved ones.

Therefore I take it as an honour to dedicate this book series to these men of B.S.F.

Here are some facts that will make you proud too.
The Border security Force of  India has come up a long way in safeguarding the international borders, both on the land, and the water, since its establishment in the year 1965. Under the guidance of Shri K.F Rustamji, as the first Director General of the establishment, B.S.F took its baby steps to emerge as the largest border guarding force of the world within few decades.

B.S.F as an organization has been helping the nation not just as the first line of defence but also in restoring communal harmony or reaching out to the distressed people during floods and any natural calamity within the country. Since its establishment, B.S.F personnel have been contributing services towards UN missions.

With the motto, “Duty Onto Death” the establishment also takes care of border fencing, flood lighting and construction of roads to curb illegal infiltration from the border areas in the Eastern and Western part of the country.

Today it boasts of its own Marine and Air wing along with Artillery regiments which not only helps in the vigil of the international border day and night but also in maintaining the internal security duty in insurgent zones.

B.S.F also runs the National Training Centre for Dogs that help trains dogs in infantry patrolling, detection of explosives and also for tracking and tracing. It also has its unique Tear Smoke Unit that helps during anti-riot operations. Apart from that the organization also boasts of its own commando force known as the Creek Commandos who guard the hostile creek area in Gujarat.

B.S.F has also opened its doors to women cadets since 2009 with it’s all women B.S.F battalion. Since then the organization has offered many avenues for the women cadets. Ms. Satwant Atwal Trivedi , Himachal Pradesh’s first woman IPS officer, joined the paramilitary as the Inspector General in the year 2015 and on Women’s Day 2016, Tanushri Pareek, joins the Border Security Force as the first woman officer, as the Assistant Commandant after completing her training at the Border Security Force Officers Training Academy at Tekanpur. The lowering of Flag ceremony at Wagah border, Amritsar has a permanent post for the women cadets who showcase their excellence every time during the ceremony. The women cadets have also been guarding the LOC in both Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir along with the male cadets.


About the Author:
Paromita Goswami is a writer and storyteller by passion and a rebel by choice. She says the world is full of stories and as a writer she loves to pen them down. Her work is not genre specific. From literary fiction to children book to upcoming paranormal thriller and women fiction, Paromita Goswami‘s books offer the variety of life to her readers. Grow Up Messy! is her second book. She debuted in 2015 with Shamsuddin’s Grave, a literary fiction. Besides writing, she is also the founder of reading club that enhances book reading habit in children. She lives in central India with her family.

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