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April 4, 2010

FREE Glossary for Fear Factor Terror Incognito

The Australian edition of Fear Factor Terror incognito was intended to include a Glossary of Indian Words and Phrases used in the stories. As Australians may not be as familiar with the words and phrases used in the stories as Indians are with our Aussie words and phrases, Meenakshi and I compiled a glossary to assist readers.

As it wasn’t included in the Picador Australia edition, we have made it available to you FREE of charge here on this blog and at www.roundtablewriting.com on the Free Glossary page http://www.roundtablewriting.com/FFGlossary.html

Copies of Fear Factor Terror Incognito can be ordered from the www.roundtablewriting.com website for $24.95 – including postage within Australia and you can download the FREE GLOSSARY.

Fear Factor Terror Incognito has powerful stories from Australia and India, it has been extensively and well reviewed in India; and has been reviewed in The Age and the ABC website in Australia, more reviews are in the pipeline. Don’t miss this seminal volume of stories by David Malouf, Salman Rushdie, Rosie Scott, Devika Brendon, Tom Keneally, Susanne Gervay, Meera Kant, Neelum Saran Gour, Gulzar, Kiran Nagarkur, Tabish Khair, Jaspreet Singh, Denise Leith, Jeremy Fisher, Andrew Y M Kwong, Guy Scotton, Temsula Ao, Sujata Sankranti, Meenakshi Bharat, Janhavi Acharekar. Foreword is by Yasmine Gooneratne. The book is edited by Meenakshi Bharat and Sharon Rundle and published by Picador India and Picador Australia.

Fear Factor Terror Incognito

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