Author Tarak Ghosh

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"When once the itch of literature comes over a man, nothing can cure it but the scratching of a pen. But if you have not a pen, I suppose you must scratch any way you can."
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Tarak Ghosh was born in 1966 at Barabainan in West Bengal,India.He grew up at Tarakeswar, Hooghly and passed Bachelor in Arts with English Literature in 1987. He spent 26 years in the field of Media(Print & Electronic) as a Journalist and Editor. His first book 'Poster' was published in 1983 in Bengali language. He wrote many short stories, poems and songs in Bengali.
By profession he is a Senior Journalist and the Editor of an English Literary magazine, but writing books is his passion and a profession also.

What I believe
Believe in the power of love, unity, integrity and tenacity. You must harm none and must keep your heart open and act from love instead of react from fear. Life is a challenge, accept it.

If you want to be a successful person you should follow these lines from the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling.

"If you dream and not make your dreams your master
If you can think and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster

And treat those two impostors just the same;"

  My E Books & Audio Books. To get more information, please click on the image

Wrong Password


Supernatural and Ghost

Wait For Me


Love & Reminiscence

Silent Summer

Love & Peace

My Sites & Blogs


Books Eternal

A Weekly Digital Magazine

India is growing
As the book selling grows a number of foreign publishers flock to India.  International bestselling author Ken Follett once said 'India is growing enormously and increasing numbers of books are being sold here. There are apparently 89 million people in India for whom English is the first language. It is more than the number in England. This country is prospering and growing enormously.'
Water Color
Flash Fictions

Love & Revenge

Kolkata, my city

Coming Soon

Supernatural Sex and Crime ( Novel)

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A   Life  is  not  enough  for  me.

Diary of a Journalist

“Diary Of A Journalist” is a well planned fiction  that reveals the 'naked double dealings' of administration, society and media. The role of human emotions, the role of political persons, the role of media, the role of those people who protect the rapist and how they affect the civil society are discussed here.  It is the story of protecting the sense of values of a journalist and protecting the rights of  women.

Coming soon

 As one of the 17 official languages of India, English takes the role of an associate official language along with Hindi, which is the official...The language has been well established in the country and has acquired its own independent identity.Indians are familiar with both types of English,British and American English, but Indian English has created its own character in the country. English plays the key role to grow the professional relationship between foreign and Indian book publishers.
India's growing book market

At present India represents one of the best English book markets in the world. It can be told in terms of book sells and the number of books being published. Though publishing is an uneasy world where there is a constant tension between publishers and sales marketting team, But the volume of readers has grown  by at least 35% in the last five years. This is a good sign. Even the on line book shops have changed the nature of book shopping. Now, the book lovers can buy books directly.

My Favorite Quotation
"Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music-the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people. Forget yourself."

- Henry Miller

"Literature is strewn with the wreckage of those who have minded beyond reason the opinion of others."
- Virginia Woolf
"When once the itch of literature comes over a man, nothing can cure it but the scratching of a pen. But if you have not a pen, I suppose you must scratch any way you can."
- Samuel Love

"The duty of literature is to note what counts, and to light up what is suited to the light. If it ceases to choose and to love, it becomes like a woman who gives herself without preference."
- Anatole France

"What is wonderful about great literature is that it transforms the man who reads it towards the condition of the man who wrote."
- E.M. Forster

"While thought exists, words are alive and literature becomes an escape, not from, but into living."
- Cyril Connolly

"The difficulty of literature is not to write, but to write what you mean."
- Robert Louis Stevenson