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Fablery is publishing a historical fiction anthology called ‘Once upon a time’ that comprises 4 pretty long stories (with each having a word count ranging from 7000-10000). The description of each of the culled out stories from their massive competition looks pretty promising. Here is a sneak peak of what the anthology has to offer: 1 1. The darkest of secrets do not dwell Fablery is publishing a historical fiction anthology called ‘Once upon a time’ that comprises 4 pretty long stories (with each having a word count ranging from 7000-10000). The description of each of the culled out stories from their massive competition looks pretty promising. Here is a sneak peak of what the anthology has to offer: 1 1. The darkest of secrets do not dwell in locked vaults... They are artistically hidden in plain sight. And the dark ones are the ones we choose to overlook. We choose to believe what history wants us to believe. A secret bigger than any lives amongst us, breathing and biding its time. Get ready to come face to face with the dark truth... 2. Buckle up and travel back in time and experience first hand the rise and fall of a massive empire, and who knows, on the way, you might stumble onto a treasure so huge, it will put Smaug to shame. 3. Before he was a saint and a monarch, he was a young man in love with a woman scarred by the aftermath of war. A love that broke his own virtuous beliefs and yet seemed to make him a better person. So why was everyone in the palace out to kill the woman? "The Woman of the Night", featured in this anthology, shines an alternative light on one of Europe's most famous kings while also making you ponder on a question relevant even today in our society- "Who is the real victim of a moral crime? 4. The story of the first financial scam surrounded by revenge, betrayal, suspense and shrewdness. These stories from across the globe swear to paint the black and white history in modern day colors. After the overwhelming success of their previous book, ‘Ten shades of Life’, this anthology does seem to be a reader’s magnet. Priced at Rs 150 only(pretty affordable) it definitely would serve us with 4 different flavors of the olden day world.


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Fablery is publishing a historical fiction anthology called ‘Once upon a time’ that comprises 4 pretty long stories (with each having a word count ranging from 7000-10000). The description of each of the culled out stories from their massive competition looks pretty promising. Here is a sneak peak of what the anthology has to offer: 1 1. The darkest of secrets do not dwell Fablery is publishing a historical fiction anthology called ‘Once upon a time’ that comprises 4 pretty long stories (with each having a word count ranging from 7000-10000). The description of each of the culled out stories from their massive competition looks pretty promising. Here is a sneak peak of what the anthology has to offer: 1 1. The darkest of secrets do not dwell in locked vaults... They are artistically hidden in plain sight. And the dark ones are the ones we choose to overlook. We choose to believe what history wants us to believe. A secret bigger than any lives amongst us, breathing and biding its time. Get ready to come face to face with the dark truth... 2. Buckle up and travel back in time and experience first hand the rise and fall of a massive empire, and who knows, on the way, you might stumble onto a treasure so huge, it will put Smaug to shame. 3. Before he was a saint and a monarch, he was a young man in love with a woman scarred by the aftermath of war. A love that broke his own virtuous beliefs and yet seemed to make him a better person. So why was everyone in the palace out to kill the woman? "The Woman of the Night", featured in this anthology, shines an alternative light on one of Europe's most famous kings while also making you ponder on a question relevant even today in our society- "Who is the real victim of a moral crime? 4. The story of the first financial scam surrounded by revenge, betrayal, suspense and shrewdness. These stories from across the globe swear to paint the black and white history in modern day colors. After the overwhelming success of their previous book, ‘Ten shades of Life’, this anthology does seem to be a reader’s magnet. Priced at Rs 150 only(pretty affordable) it definitely would serve us with 4 different flavors of the olden day world.

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