Thevakie Karunagaran’s interests are writing short stories in English and in her own mother tongue Tamil. She focused her interest in writing after retiring. Two of her English stories have been published in Sydney magazines and stories in Tamil have been published in well-known magazines in South India and leading newspapers in Sri Lanka. Her collection of 12 short stories titled’ Anbin Aazham’ (Deep Love) was published in Sydney in 2014. Espo an eminent senior writer congratulating states, by publishing the book Thevakie has earned a coveted place among women writers
Thevakie Karunagaran a retired administrator lives with her Husband DR V S Karunagaran, son, daughter and her grandchildren in Sydney.
On the flight to New York, Jocelyn helps with the recovery of her fellow passenger a young handsome young man who has an epileptic seizure. They get to talking and Jocelyn pours out her problems to the stranger. Later the flight turns out to be a terrible nightmare and……………….?
Sri Lanka was in a crisis that involved the government and the separatist in the north fighting for their freedom. Ceaseless Waves is a fiction set in the 1983 to 2004 political time and historical moment.
Jeremy is all passionate to win the first prize at the Art Exhibition. But the challenge is to compete with Peter who won the first prize the previous year. He is prepared to go to any length. Does he succeed?