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Madhu Wangu

Founder of the Mindful Writers Groups and Retreats, Madhu Bazaz Wangu’s Writing Meditation Practice (WMP) combines meditation, journaling, writing, reading and walking. Pennwriters Meritorious Award winner and a multi-award-winning fiction writer, Madhu’s inspiring CDs “Meditations for Mindful Writers I, II & III” help cultivate focus, increase flow and productivity.

Her second collection of short stories, Little Journeys, is forthcoming in 2021, and her third novel, Meaning of Our Lives, will be released in 2022. Currently she is working on a guidebook, Unclog Your Creative Flow, Enrich Your Daily Life.

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  • Gorgeous Offering for Short Story Fans

    THE OTHER SHORE Reviewed By Christian Sia for Readers’ Favorite The Other Shore: Ordinary People Grappling with Extraordinary Challenges by Madhu Bazaz Wangu is an anthology of short stories, an engaging collection, indeed. Readers will encounter well-developed characters as they navigate the challenges of life, trying to understand the world around them and how it works, like Mohini in “The Other Shore.” There is the story of Man and Woman in which Woman follows Man on his wanderlust and wonderment in “Magic Box,” watched and commented on by the gods. “Cadmium and Crimson” is the tale of a dream that would change the community. In “Silence Heard,” Madhuri wants to befriend silence and surround himself with noiselessness, but her journey is one that will surprise her and readers. Each story......

  • V. Dublado Gives 5 Stars to The Other Shore

    Reviewed By Vincent Dublado for Readers’ Favorite Twenty stories are told under six different themes that fuse art, spirituality, and existential angst. Madhu Bazaz Wangu, by her own account, reveals that she has written The Other Shore: Ordinary People Grappling with Extraordinary Challenges because she wants you, as the reader, to grow intellectually and be emotionally touched by her tales. Her stories bridge inner and outer realities: the reality of what we say and what we think and feel. The women in this book are remarkably spirited and the men exist to find out more about themselves. The Other Shore tells the story of Mohini and how the seasons she spent with her grandparents have filled her heart with their love. In Dowry Brides, a feature story about a dowry......

  • New Five-Star Review for The Other Shore

    Reviewed By Jose Cornelio for Readers’ Favorite The Other Shore: Ordinary People Grappling with Extraordinary Challenges by Madhu Bazaz Wangu is a collection of short stories with an appeal to readers with different tastes — Magical Realism, Women’s Fiction, Multi-cultural, Romance, and Inspirational. Told in varying and gripping voices, the stories feature interesting characters in different situations as they navigate through real-life situations, grappling with realities of death, love, protecting nature, making a difference, being human, and more.  While we might not have the space to go through each of the stories in this review, there are characters that will capture the attention of readers like ten-year-old Mohini who has a strong relationship with her grandparents. This relationship leads her to appreciate the cycle of life and to learn lessons......

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You are what your deep, driving desire is. As your desire is, so is your will. As your will is, so is your deed, as your deed is, so is your destiny.
—Bhrihadaranyaka Upanishad IV.4.5