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Silvia Ney at Writing in Wonderland has organized a Giveaway Blogfest.

The rules simply ask that the participants give something(s) away to others…and I think this is an awesome concept of sharing the love between writers.

I’ve decided on the following:

1. A copy of A to Z stories of Life and Death

2. An Interview on this blog or on Daily (w)rite

3. A Guest post on this blog or on Daily (w)rite

Silvia says we need to make up our own giveaway rules, so here are mine:

1. While commenting, please state your choice. You can choose one, two, or all three giveaways.

2. Giveaways would be chosen via, and winners would be notified on their blogs.

While I do not believe in return demands on a giveaway, I would definitely appreciate it if you follow this blog. Of course, I’ll follow you back.

Let the Blogfest of Giveaways begin!


Would like to sign off with a word of thanks to awesome blog-friend Alex J Cavanaugh, who gave me a wonderful shout-out yesterday on his blog. He is the author of CassaStar. Given his wide readership, you might already be following his blog. If not, I urge you to remedy that situation immediately!

Damyanti Biswas

Damyanti Biswas is the author of You Beneath Your Skin and numerous short stories that have been published in magazines and anthologies in the US, the UK, and Asia. She has been shortlisted for Best Small Fictions and Bath Novel Awards and is co-editor of the Forge Literary Magazine. Her literary crime thriller series, the Blue Mumbai, is represented by Lucienne Diver from The Knight Agency. Both The Blue Bar and The Blue Monsoon were published in 2023.

I appreciate comments, and I always visit back. If you're having trouble commenting, let me know via the contact form, or tweet me up @damyantig !

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  • Paula Martin says:

    Thanks, Damyanti – just followed you on Twitter and sent you a message! My email is paulamartinromances(a)gmail(dot)com

  • Susan Oloier says:

    Hi Damyanti,

    You are so very generous and kind. My email is susanoloier(at)gmail(dot)com. Thank you so much!

    I am off to check out Michelle and Stuart's letters.

    I will be back to visit your blog soon.

  • Damyanti says:

    Hi, everyone! Since I have a manageable number of commenters, have decided to give everyone what they asked for.

    So, Susan, will pass you a link to the book 🙂

    Paula, I shall do the interview on this blog. Will mail you possible details and questions!

    Sylvia, all three for you then 🙂

    Mish, will send you a copy of the book!

    Loralie, guest post and copy of the book for you 🙂

    S.B, will do the interview 🙂

    Marian, yes to the first, and honored to be asked for the second!

  • Marian Allen says:

    Since I've already bought a copy of your wonderful book, I would like an interview here or on Daily (w)rite. I would also like for you to do a guest post on my blog about your A to Z experience. 🙂

    Marian Allen
    Fantasies, mysteries, comedies, recipes

  • I would love an interview on the blog– my/my co-author's novel is out in a month (yikes!).

  • Loralie Hall says:

    Great idea for a giveaway – such great prizes, too. I'd love to win a copy of your A-Z stories, or I might be up for a guest blog post somewhere. ^_^

  • mish says:

    Congrats on your accomplishment ! What a great idea ! I would looove to win a copy of your A-Z stories .

  • Sylvia Ney says:

    What great giveaway! I would love to win any and all three, but the A to Z stories looks awesome. Congrats on the shout out from Alex!

  • Paula Martin says:

    Found you through Sylvia's blogfest.
    If I win, I'd really like an interview on your blog, to talk about my recently released contemporary romance – and anything else you want to ask me!

  • Susan Oloier says:

    I saw that shout-out on Alex's blog yesterday. Very cool.
    I am already a follower, but am stopping today as part of Sylvia's blogfest.
    I have seen the A to Z stories a few time this week throughout the blogosphere. I would love to read it now that fellow bloggers have piqued my interest.