Vedashree Khambete-Sharma is an award-winning copywriter in her mid-thirties. Which is okay, because mid-thirties is the new mid-forties. Or something. For the past twelve years, she has peddled everything from moisturisers to magazines, like some kind of one-woman corner shop. And has inflicted her opinions on the unsuspecting public through several newspapers, websites and blogs, writing on a series of subjects from student suicides to types of boyfriends. She lives in Mumbai with her husband, daughter and the niggling feeling that she should be writing more.
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