Now Available – When You’re a Stranger

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Available Now


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Title: When You’re a Stranger
Author: Akash Justin Ovian
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Ugly Fiction, New Adult Fiction

art – Akshay Kak Kumar

Rodney is an unemployed graduate who was recently evicted by his landlord. He believes his life is being crushed under the anxiety caused by his education loan. He finds comfort and strength in his chronic alcoholism and strongly holds on to his crystallized idea that love is nothing but a fancy word used by society to rationalize the raw animalistic drive of sexual attraction.

Prisha is a passionate street artist who relies on sensuality and marijuana to channel her creative energies. She is also a lesbian who is struggling to define her identity in an evolving but insensitive generation of human beings.

When these two people meet over a dangerous dance of whiskey and vodka, they begin to discover the complicated art of forgetting the past and ignoring the future. It doesn’t take long for their stubborn faith in the predictability of life to change into a painful pursuit of affection, belonging, and sexual identity.

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The Dynamics of Duality (New Book)

Dynamics of Duality

Now available on Kindle.


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The book will be free from July 11th to July 15th on a promotional offer.

Description: The Dynamics of Duality is an essay that delves deep into the nature of duality and the endless conflict that is caused by conventional methods of thought that are dualistic in nature. The essay explores the fundamental nature of reality using the help of several ideas explored by philosophers and spiritual masters including Alan Watts, Jiddu Krishnamurti, and Lao Tzu. Dualistic perception is laid forth as a problematic method of perception for the human mind and various solutions are discussed that can help transcend the inner conflict arising from dualistic thought. Other themes explored include meditation, the merits and flaws of science, the limitation of conceptual thought, death, and oneness.

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