“sharmishtha (trisha) basu”


I am a very ordinary human being, who is at present dreaming of creating, publishing one/more books that will stay in the hearts and collections of at least few readers when i am gone forever. So if you are a publisher and my works have earned your interest please contact me and make me happy πŸ™‚
I guess I have left enough ways of contacting here.



My email ids:


the list of my blogs in wordpress:

1. Sharmishtha Basu’s Poetries: http://mydomainpvt.wordpress.com
2. Thoughts: https://magicthought.wordpress.com
3. “Petals of Fire Lotus”: http://mycybernovels.wordpress.com
4. “The Lotus of Fire”: http://window2mysoul.wordpress.com
5. Sharmishtha Basu : http://sharmishthabasu.wordpress.com
6. Ethereal heights: http://etherealheights.wordpress.com
7. Earth in black and white: http://earthinbw.wordpress.com
8. β€œsongbird sings to sun”: http://coloursandwordswaltz.wordpress.com
9. “Books by Sharmishtha basu”: http://daintypetals.wordpress.com
10.”Black Mist and other stories”….: http://andidreamed.wordpress.com
11. “Check out our books”…. wingofdreams.wordpress.com
12. β€œtell me a story”…. etherealpaints.wordpress.com
13. http://banglakathaoblog.wordpress.com
14. http://hindibaaten.wordpress.com
15. http://agnishatdalezine.wordpress.com
16. http://agnijaat.wordpress.com


My Facebook profile:

but if you are looking for a casual relationship PLEASE make me very happy by checking out the facebook page in place of the profile. That is:

The second page I have created for Indie authors:

or the group

I have created an author’s page in amazon.com, as most of my works will be there, so it will keep things at one place for readers.

you will find it here: https://www.amazon.com/author/sharmishthabasu

In case you are in goodreads.com, a place where I think every Indie writer and bookaholic should be, my author page there:








172 thoughts on ““sharmishtha (trisha) basu”

  1. very true. it helps in so many ways. stress buster, knowledge booster…..

    thanks for the warm compliment and the time you spent on reading them.

  2. Lovely intro, Trisha. Long past time I should have read it.

    There are worse adictions than writing, no? Anyway, I think it’s really about artistic expression, not adiction. Whatever, I’m glad you have the bug because I do so enjoy your art, poems, and stories.

    Blessings …

  3. Thank You,Trisha for the compliment on my story.Yes I am a former Army man.I was with the 101st Airbourne,a well known American Army Unit.I have been writing for well over 30 years,and I would not call it an addiction,but a love!Each story we tell,we give a little piece of ourselves.It feels good to give,keep it up!Terry

    • I agree, every normal writer adds a little bit of him/herself in every story he/she writes.

      I will be waiting for more of your stories. You are a wonderful writer.

  4. Trisha,I got back to finish The English Man.I am really surprised at your grasp of the English language.I was stationed in Europe for 2 years,and trained NATO troops,also British troops.I was rather pertubed by them refering to us Americans as the guys from the colonies!I have subscribed to your site,and look forward to reading your posts.I like everything I’ve read!Keep it up!!!Terry

  5. Hi there,

    To find your blog is a pleasure I have been indulging myself with. I have deep respect for you. Keep penning and keep inspiring, I am sure lots of readers have found your posts equally entertaining and enlightening!
    I have a joyful ride in your blog, and now I’d like to invite you to visit mine. Thank you and have a wonderful day, my friend! πŸ™‚

    Subhan Zein

      • either i am hyperactive or you are very irregular. I update my blogs almost every day but you dont, or else my blog doesnot gets the notifications properly.

        i always check the notifications from my blog friends every day but you dont seem much regular in blogging posts πŸ™‚

      • Yeah, you’re right. I don’t have much time to blog. That’s the problem. Teaching and studying have taken most of my time. Not just during the days, but also nights.

        I wish I could spend more time on blogging, just like you. I admire your energy and versatility on blogging everyday.

        In my case, I guess three posts per week would be sufficient for me at this stage. The thing is that I really need to get this thesis done! Then I’d have all the time I need to write a beautiful post everyday.. πŸ™‚

      • there are priorities in life, and hobby can become a great hinderance in the path of career.

        so, give first place to your career for the time being, once you are there the world is yours. πŸ™‚

        all the best for all three of them, teaching, studying and blogging.

  6. You have a lot going on and it seems I have a lot to catch up.. I’m definitely looking forward to reading your writing.. always love to connect with fellow writers.. I hope you’ll take a moment to check out my page.. comments and feedback will be greatly appreciated. Happy Writing πŸ™‚

  7. i wanted to meet you and get to know you since we have become followers to each other recently. you are very talented, and it is nice that you love it and are addicted to it also. all of us should be so lucky to love our jobs, and you have your writings on other sites. congrats to you!

    • thanks a lot Terry. Creativity is my obsession I guess, atleast thats what it seems to me lately. I keep writing and painting whereas my friends vanish from time to time. I feel a bit embarassed sometimes but….

      • as long as you stay true to yourself, this is what matters. friends come and go out of our lives for reasons. some may be there to help you with a problem, like an angel and then move on, some u keep for ever. creativity is a talent within itself, when you can express who you are by painting or writing it is a talent

  8. Hi Trisha!

    I just have to say super thanks for liking my post! It really means a lot to me. And I am really overwhelmed knowing you’re this great. Reading all this comments..WOW! It feels like a superstar just winked at me. Haha.

    Now I’m starting to read your posts…LOL. So I just have to end this comment by now. So that I could start reading your posts. πŸ˜‰

  9. Thank you, Trisha, for letting me know that you enjoyed my post, A Thriller Audiobook that Hits You Like Bleach. As you can see, I’m rather new at blogging, and It meant a lot to know that someone enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
    Also, I enjoyed exploring your writing, and I wish you much happiness in your journey.
    Gina Fava

  10. Thank you for visiting my blog and liking my post… I, too, am addicted to writing… it’s almost a mental disorder… Compulsive Writing Disorder, or something like that…. πŸ™‚ In any case, it feels like a compulsion. Thank you again!

  11. Hi Sharmishtha! Thank you for visiting my blog, TogetherOne. Writing is fun! You have been at it a lot longer than I, do you find the same kind of passion from when you started in 2007?

  12. Hello! Thank you so much for your likes! It is always a pleasure to meet a fellow writer! I will be sure to read through some of your works!

  13. Nice work. I wish you much success. Thanks for following my humble blog. Keep the faith and always write what you feel. Cheers.

  14. Huzza! You liked my post! Thank you. Thank You. Thank you! I saw you liked my post, and I wanted to thank you personally. If you have feedback, from love or hate, to just a string of expletives, and you wouldn’t mind hitting me with your thoughts, I would love to see them. Thank you again and have an amazing day.

  15. Trisha:

    Thank you so much for stopping by my site. I’ve put your wonderful site on my follow list. I hope to see you more often. Don’t miss the beginning of Lady Katherine on August 3.


  16. Thanks for appreciating one of my posts πŸ˜‰ Have a great day and good luck to your writing career… enjoy πŸ˜‰

  17. Hi Sharmishtha,

    Nice meeting you in another kind of blog. You have got a very nice blog up here, so keep the good stuff coming, my friend.

    I would like to thank you for following my blog. I hope my blog posts are not too disappointing for you. Many blessings and much love to you. πŸ™‚

    Subhan Zein

  18. Hi Trisha, thank you for liking my post It’s Coming – Alastair’s Photo Fiction and for deciding to follow my blog. I hope you’ll enjoy the journey.

  19. Nice reading about you Sharmishtha

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

  20. Trisha, on my Facebook phone app, if you click on the three lines in the upper left corner, it will open up a menu. Click on Friends, and if you click on the icon to the right of each one, you can Unfriend them. From there, if they send you a friend request, you can block them permanently from contacting you again. I find it harder to use the phone than the computer, but everything is still there. Let me know if you have any other questions.

    • I went to their profiles and unfriended them, but they are still sitting tightly in my friend list.

      will you read the request post i have left in mydomainpvt.wordpress.com and throw some light?

  21. I found you there but didn’t send a friend request yet. By the way, I see I can see what you posted. If you want, go to Account Settings, then Privacy, and Timeline and Tagging and set things so only Friends can see them.

      • in my phone, there is no such chance, you are talking about the homepage, i presume… in that there is no such line, there are only two small buttons beside the search bar- none of them allows barring, but like vishal said, i could unfriend them by visiting their profile and selecting the unfriend option from menu.

      • yes, well, i will add the id in my intro posts for those who want to join me there. btw, can you send a private message in facebook, say suppose i want to tell you something and dont want anyone else read it?

      • Yes, the way we have been chatting is totally private, no one else can read it. You can add people to conversations if you want to talk to more than one person at once. I do a lot of private chatting that way.

      • will you give me some free training, πŸ™‚
        dont have money for fees.
        by private you mean that only you will read my answer to your comments, your friends wont read it, right? how can you ensure that?
        Number two, will I make my posts visible to everyone or only friends?
        Number three, what is tag? what does facebook means when it asks me whether I will approve someone to tag or not before tagging? What will a tagged person be able to do in my account/chats/inbox etc?

      • I would be glad to tell you everything I know, totally for free. πŸ™‚
        Private messages on Facebook are totally secure, at least as secure as any other chatting program. The only people who can access a chat between two people are those people.
        #2, I would make your stuff only visible to friends. That’s what I do, at least, and turn off being searchable by search engines like Google. If that’s on, people can find your posts through Google. Go to Settings and make sure all the settings are set to Only Friends.
        #3, tagging means putting someone’s name on a post, so they get notification of it. You can tag pictures or posts. It’s mostly if you take a picture that has someone else in it. If someone’s tagged, them and their friends can see that one particular post or picture, but only that one.

  22. Thanks for following Equinoxio. I find it moving to be in contact with someone from “Calcutta”. My parents went there in ’51 or ’52. We were living in Karachi.
    Brian (AKA Guglu in Urdu!)
    URL if u need it:

      • I’m sure it’s changed! My little sister and I were born in Karachi (“Sindhis”!), the last of a long line of Anglo-French “adventurers” born and bred in India since the mid 1700’s! My grandmother was born in Jaora. My great-grandfather worked for Rao Scindia, the Maharajah of Gwalior! My familiy was… totally, British Empire! πŸ™‚
        I will write on that one of those days. I have notes in french left by my father. Got to translate, adapt into english.
        Take care

      • Thank you Shamishtha! One tries one’s best. I was fortunate enough to see wonderful places. Telling a story is a way to give back. (Now your own stories are great! There is a lot of strength in them.)
        Be good!

      • Thanks for liking my silly scribbles.

        I too think that people who have seen a lot should share, there are so many people out in the world who want to know about this world but dont have the right means, why not be the medium…

        I will wait for a story about bushmen from you πŸ™‚

      • Bushmen! Ha! Ha! That’s Ok. Keep pushing!
        I have to think of something.

  23. Hi “Trisha”. (You seem to have the same problem with your name as I do with mine: Brieuc. No one can pronounce it!)
    Just wanted to thank you (again) for spending so much time browsing and commenting.
    Also wish to congratulate you on your blog(s). Very rich. So rich (and so many blogs) it will take me some time to get to all.
    In the meantime, enjoy the rest of the week. πŸ™‚
    Take care and keep writing!
    PS. Look forward to the full story of the “seven bearded men!” πŸ™‚

    • thanks Brian, I will write a full story for the seven bearded men, the problem is I will have to compete with seven dwarves and all other remakes of them πŸ™‚

      • Do keep Snow-White out of it. Now, You could use “locals”: an ageing Rama, an arthiritic Hanuman… Can’t jump anymore. πŸ™‚ A pale blue white haired Krishna, a wizzled Ananda. Commenting about the new world (“How did we screw up that bad?”)
        And not let it be known until the very end.

      • very good question, may be our society is going downward as the normal rule of pendulum… hope we have hit the bottom already and are swinging back up.

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