Thanks for taking the time to visit my site!

I’ve been writing nearly all my life, first cutting my teeth on fanfiction. I still love fanfic, and return to it from time to time.

I’ve always been a bookworm – I was the type to hide books between the pages of my textbooks in school. Or secretly read under my desk during class. And then get caught and punished. #NoRegrets

When I’m not writing, I’m usually blogging, reading or trying out strange online recipes on my Air Force officer husband, and playing with my young son.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. I know nothing about India or Indian mythology. Can I still read your books?

Yes! Most of my stories are inspired by Indian mythology, but they can be enjoyed by casual readers. When required, they include explanations of the myths and legends I reference.

2. Where do you get the ideas for your books?

My writing started out as a series of posts on my blog, mostly because I was so annoyed by the way Indian mythology was treated on Supernatural, a show I enjoy watching. I decided to write what I wanted to read—modern retellings of the myths and legends I grew up with and loved. The stories got a good response, so I continued with my year-long ‘Indian mythology flash fiction project’, as I called it. When I was done, I decided to publish the best of them in an anthology. And the rest is history!

3. Why do you write fanfiction?

It’s a great way to stretch your writing muscles. Some of the first stories I seriously wrote were fanfiction of questionable quality, which I’m glad has now been lost to time.

4. What are you working on next?

Like any writer, I have several ideas brewing at the same time. I’m currently planning out a paranormal romance while editing the first draft of my paranormal thriller. Sign up to know when they drop!

Media mentions and interviews

“Not just a compelling cover, but unusual stories as well, Dark Things remixes the traditional to present contemporary messages.” … “A collection of twenty-two short stories retells famous legends mixed with old tales from Indian mythology adding a twist.”

21 Noteworthy Debut Books By Indian Women Authors


“Her road trips are way too unusual and exciting. “Unusual” is the word to describe her!”

Keeping tabs with her whimsical self


“…an exciting Q&A with Sudha Kuruganti. She’s a super-cool person and I feel blessed to have read her incredible book and fan-fiction on her blog. Totally made me feel at ease and she freaking watches SUPERNATURAL! (NEED I SAY MORE?)”

Ruminations of a Raven – Author interview

Book blog

These are recommendations made by tropers for Blood+ fanfics.

Slow Burn by isha-libran, Pairing: Hagi/Saya.

Steady Flame by isha-libran, Pairing: Hagi/Saya

Fanfic Worth Dying For (as Isha-libran)