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good Free Epub ♖ Between The Headlines ☭ About The Book Between The Headlines Reporting For NEWS India From Bangalore, This Is Satyabhama Menon Satyabhama Menon Is NEWS India S Latest Entrant On Karnataka S Reporting Battleground She Is Chasing Stories With A Vengeance, All Set To Get Into India S Best Reporters League But Is Telling A News Story On TV As Simple As It Looks And What About Ram Kedia, The Senior News Editor And Satya S Arch Nemesis Will He Let Her Work On The Field In Peace It S Not Just Seeing Herself On TV That S Making Satya S Heart Skip A Beat Though But Caught Up In The World Of Devdasis And Politics, Maha Monsoons And Grimy Crime, Will Satya Get A Chance To Indulge In Some Romance For On That, Come Join Satya On Her Journey As A TV Reporter In Between The Headlines About The Author Shweta Ganesh Kumar Shweta Ganesh Kumar Is A Bestselling Author And A Freelance Travel Journalist Before Dedicating Her Life To Writing, She Was Communications Officer With Greenpeace India And Correspondent With CNN IBN After Moving To The Philippines In , She Discovered That She And Her Husband Suffer From Terminal Wanderlust, The Result Of Which Are A Number Of Articles That Were Published In The New Indian Express And Other Publications Her First Novel Coming Up On The Show The Travails Of A News Trainee Sold Than Copies Within The First Two Months Of Its Release In AprilHer Work Has Been Featured In Anthologies And Can Also Be Found In Literary Journals Like Single Solitary Thought, Pothiz And Others She Blogs On Life As It Happens At You Can Read About Her Life And Work At Shwetaganeshkumar Another GoodRead from Shweta Ganesh Kumar.The second book of the Trilogy of Travails of a news reporter has started off with Satyabhama Menon starting off in her new location as a news reporter in a completely different ambience compared to her previous office Her travails continued here also as she was completely immersed in all those kinds of reportings which had no relevance to social responsibility but only to increase the TRPs of the channel Again under the pressure of her superiors Though the satisfaction of being in her dream job prevailed, the dissatisfaction of not doing what exactly isupon her concious mind ultimately leading her to take a decision of quitting her dream job and joining an NGO which isinto dealing with societal problems and later finding solutions to those problems by liaisoning with appropriate authorities.Beautiful reading experience taking through in and out of how difficult is to be a reporter in a news channel, otherwise thought to be a glamorous job when viewed from out of the newsroom. Stretched over a period of almost a month, I finally finished this book That shouldn t be a reflection on the quality of writing, but my own inability to manage my schedule There are a few glitches here and there, typos, grammatical errors and so on Despite that, the story is solid, most likely autobiographical The story does not offer any insights on life or people Nor does it strive to shock you with ideas But the narrative is clean, plot is simple and sticks to the point, for most part, which in my opinion is hard to achieve. A role model for young people Television journalist turned author Shweta Ganesh Kumar A simple linear autobiographical story Quick wit, breezy read, a brief insight on a journalist s life, a girl s struggle to wiggle in time for love and family. ..and also on the blog Between the Headlines Between the headlines is an easy simple read Despite the machinations of the plot, the diverse swinging emotions and the turns the story takes, the author, Shweta Ganesh Kumar has kept the narration going at a pace that s comfortable, easy to follow and engaging The story is that of Sathyabhama, a young aspiring journalist who as any other aspiring career driven youngster goes through the difficulties of realizing the realities of their dreams She comes into town full of idealistic views on creating a niche for herself, but instead gets rebuffed at different times, which in turn helps her grow She learns her way around, some by destiny and some by sheer hard work and by failing and trying again, and we find ourselves rooting for her as the story goes along The author touches upon drama, emotions and situations in life without stressing too much on any and yet covering each enough to impact the story well There is romance with her lost childhood friend, jealous colleague, the unfair higher boss, the understanding immediate superior, the supporting cameramen andwho would groom her through the time What particularly fascinated me was the behind the scenes and much close to the truth as one can get, I d imagine take on the TV industry The ruthlessness with which stories were cut, framed and tweaked to satisfy the ratings and the popular big wigs, both shocked and made sense to me It was a sad reality that I was introduced to and I hated the situation for what it became to be There were parts that rung autobiographical, and on going back and reading the blurb on the author, it seemed to all fit in To me, it was a simple, hard to put down, page turner Something that very few Indian authors have managed to bring about There are colloquial Kannada words, the setting and language is Indian style, something that will take a chapter or two to get used to only because I have lost touch with reading Indian authors but it meshes well together Shewtha Ganesh is also on Goodreads and blogs a href A short quick shoutout to her and the publisher for being gracious enough to mail me a copy of the book across the seven seas for my reading pleasure and review This review has been long overdue and I have to blame the kids, the husband and my own cranky love affair with fitness and I know am vindicated Do grab a copy and read It s not your usual cup of tea