Do you believe in the paranormal? I speak from the point of view of literary writing and not from any religious point of view. I have tried to use subtle shades in the book. Is there something out there that defies description or explanation? Join the discussion in our Facebook Page for It Can’t Be You.
You would probably like Shefali Belliappa were you to meet her. The elder child and daughter of Col. & Mrs. Belliappa has clearly inherited the drop dead gorgeous looks from her mother, Dinaz.
Sharing with you some reflections from the Facebook Page for It Can’t Be You:
- The night brings out the worst in us. Fact or fiction?
- “Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass” wrote Anton Chekhov
- Hare and Neumann estimated that one percent of the population are psychopaths
Is “It Can’t Be You” a whodunit? In which you keep wondering who the killer is. Is it a mystery? With a plot that makes you follow several leads. Is it historical fiction? In that the story spans historic events covering a fair amount of time. Is it a suspense story? In which you don’t know what’s coming next. Is it an action-packed thriller? That keeps you spell-bound and on the edge of your seat.
There’s an old story – origins unknown- about a traveler whose car broke down late one afternoon at the outskirts of the town. To make things worse, it was raining heavily. He got down in disgust to find that he had a flat tyre. He was in a hurry as he had to reach town for an important meeting. He saw he was in a desolate place. An old signboard told him that the adjoining grounds belonged to the local mental asylum.