Scintillating Stories Book- 3


Author: R. Jonnavittula
Pages: 168
Language: English
Publication date: 01/02/2016
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Short stories entertain, educate and induce readers to think and reform society.
Life is too short to gain all knowledge by personal experience; one has to learn from the experiences of others. The best way to do this is through books. A short story deals with an issue generally faced by us and interestingly shows how to tackle it. Whether you agree with the author or not it is certainly educative. Authors have a knack of casting a spell on you and attracting you to their point of view. Readers should step off from the author from time to time and reexamine author’s logic critically and decide for themselves.

This is a collection of stories; therefore I am giving a brief idea of each story.
Save a life: In accidents involving pregnant women, it might be possible in some cases to save the life in the womb. One rarely finds a person who risks his adopted daughter in order to get operated his sick, elderly mother.
Wounded soldier: Unable to tolerate thieves teasing his sick old grandmother, a wounded soldier manages to shoot their leader.
A challenge redeemed: It is a curse that a girl child is still unwelcome in many families. A brave woman faces many problems to successfully bring up her daughters to decent levels in life. The tragedy of a husband, who abandoned his wife and his daughter and reposed his complete trust on his son, is also described.
The return of the natives: Disillusionment of a conservative couple who trusted that their only son, settled in USA would take care of them in the evenings of their lives.
Yes, we can: Appalled by the frequency of purposeless shootouts which are spreading even to children in primary schools in USA, the author suggests that the public should give up firearms voluntarily.
Late marriage: Some relatives who come to live with you might have sinister motives and may even poison you to grab your wealth.
Marriages are made in heaven: A train accident throws two strangers together who reconcile to their destiny.

Another son: Out of anger against a money lender, a nurse replaced his newborn son. Before she died she confessed her crime to the money lender and restored his son.
Gnanaprasunambika: A famous actress realizes that she was so overwhelmed by her popularity that she was unable to have any privacy or freedom of movement; She abandons her name and fame and regains her freedom and privacy.

Unpunished fraud: Some frauds may upset persons’ careers; such frauds might go undetected and unpunished.
Departure of Swamyji: Nobody can predict in what state a person might be when death strikes that person!
Route to heaven: A bus conductor’s flippant answer lead to the death of a semi witted person.
The secret behind the cure: Faith is capable of curing any ailment.
El vendedor asume toda la responsabilidad de esta entrada.
Ramakanth Jonnavittula is a double Ph.D. in Mathematics and in Business Management and a Fellow of the Andhra Pradesh Akademy of Sciences. He is now retired after an active career as Professor of Mathematics at various universities in India, in USA and in Canada. He currently lives in Downers Grove near Chicago.

He was interested in literature from his college days and published stories and plays in reputed Telugu magazines. His drama Kalachakram was staged at the All India Andhra Nataka Kala Parishattu competitions at Tanuku in 1960 and was awarded four prizes, including the second prize for the script.

Visaladhra Publications published a book of his 16 short stories named Kathaguchcham in 1995. He won the second prize for the story Kanuvippu in 2008 at the competitions conducted by the American Telugu Association. He has obtained the author’s permission and translated Arthur Miller’s drama The Price into Telugu.

In addition to his extensive works in Telugu, he is the author of many books in English.
The first Editions of the books,
Stories from Andhra,
1972-A saga of change,
A paradox of life;
were published as EBooks by KDP. ‘1972-A saga of change’ was also published as an Audio Book by ACX.

Second Editions of the following books were published in print and EBook formats by TATE.
Stories from Andhra,
!972-A saga of change,
A paradox of life.
Tate also published, both in print and EBook format, his book ‘Indian stories’.
He wrote “A girl’s quest for self-realization.” a translation into English of the famous Telugu novel Terachiraju by Viswanadha Satyanarayana. He also prepared an abridged version of his translation.

His following books are now ready and are in the process of publication.
1. Change Your Destiny. (Published by Xinxii)
2. Don’t disturb a sleeping dog. (Published by Xinxii)
3. Life is a paradox. . (Published by Xinxii)
4. War accelerated liberalization. (Published by Xinxii)
5. A girl’s quest for self-realization. (Published by Xinxii)
6. A girl’s quest for self-realization (Abridged).
7. Scintillating stories- Book 1. (Published by Xinxii)
8. Scintillating stories- Book 2. . (Published by Xinxii)
9. Scintillating stories- Book 3. Published by Xinxii)
10. Scintillating stories for ADULTS. Published by Xinxii)

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