Tell real-life tale with happy end, get published
New Delhi: If you have a real-life story that warms the heart and inspires people, then participate in a story contest and win a chance to meet a celebrated author.
Organised by Penguin India, the ‘Sudha Murty contest’ is for the fans of the author of novels like ‘House of Cards’ and ‘The Mother I Never Knew’, among others.
Submitted stories should be real-life tales with a happy ending, as the contest captures the hope, faith, kindness and joy that life is full of.
The top 20 stories will be chosen by Penguin`s editors and Murty. These selected stories will then be published by Penguin India, and the anthology will be edited by the author.
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