Anupama has won multiple awards for her writing be it ‘The Orange Flower Awards’ for humour, or @momspresso awards for fiction, and parental blogging. She was listed as one of the 10 Indian women bloggers, a feminist must follow, by Women's Web. She blogs at akkaacerbic.wordpress.com (listed in the Best Indian Blogs Directory 2018, under Topical Matters and Current Affairs). Anupama writes an award-winning satirical series at readomania.com, ‘AJ Wants to Know’, taking on the quirky world around with its vagaries.
Anupama is the Founder & Admin, of 'SeniorSchoolMoms' which won the Orange Flower Award 2021, For Best Facebook Groups. She is the Head (Content & Collaborations) at Incredible Women Of India. A community builder, a multi-awarded blogger, a closet master chef, a green thumb, and a mentor, Anupama is based out of Gurugram
She is a co-author of 12 anthologies across genres, one of which is a LIMCA record holder as India’s first Composite Novel.
Anupama Jain is the author of:
Sutapa Basu is the author of Padmavati, The Queen Tells Her Own Story (2017, Readomania), The Legend of Genghis Khan, and The Curse of Nader Shah She won the Auther award for Best Fiction 2019 by Times of India and JK Papers, for her book, The Curse of Nader Shah. She has authored a psychological thriller, Dangle (2016, Readomania) that was nominated for the Anupam Kher Award for Debut Novels in 2017. She is the 2016 First Prize winner of the Times of India’s Write India Campaign. Her short stories have appeared in anthologies, Crossed & Knotted, Defiant Dreams, When They Spoke and Write India Stories. Her poems have appeared in Kaafiyana and The Dawn Beyond Waste.
Sandeep is a passionate educator who loves to work with multiple intelligences and diverse classroom settings. He believes in expressing himself through poetry. He hosts online poetry open mics for literary organizations like Poems India. He has also volunteered at a few NGOs and has taught underprivileged children. Sandeep aims to develop a change-maker mindset in young people.