Be Sustainable!

  This is the prime time to think twice about our own behavioural patterns. We are at the edge of globalization and no one knows what will happen tomorrow and almost certainly we will insensibly follow what ‘the market’ asks us to do. In such a globalized, profit...
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Girls from the Middle East

Most of us are blessed with freedom, if not perfect freedom, then a relatively generous share of freedom. We wear what we like, we eat what we like, and we follow whatever the crazy dreams we have. We go where we like and sing and dance and have some kind of amusement...
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Love is…

This article was previously published in year 2002 on Daily News, a Sri Lankan paper. After reading the article “Being in Love the real thing” on youth quest the first thing that came into my mind was an article I’ve read in a magazine couple of years ago. It was a...
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Wendy Whiteley’s Secret Garden

When I was in Sri Lanka, I used to go to Diyatha Uyana to enjoy food and to Nawala Wali-Park on Saturdays to enjoy calypso music. The habit continued after migrating. Wendy Whiteley’s Secret Garden is my favourite park in NSW which motivates me to go to work every...
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Make-up or No make-up?

Emma Watson has said; “Beauty is what we feel inside, which also shows outside us”. Although this philosophical idea gives a sense of what beauty really is, the world is yet so fake that one cannot imagine going to the grocer’s without a touch of a make-up. Medical...
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Contrasts

Whether we like it or not, the world always operates in binaries. Everything has two aspects. There are good times, and bad times. In every person there is a Dr. Jekyll side as well as a Mr. Hyde side. You might now start to wonder what I am trying to tackle this...
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Simple Joys We Often Miss

People are born to complain. We complain about everything- from the shampoo not giving the exact effects to the number of vehicles on the road, we complain. While we notice everything negative in life, there are simple joys we miss. From the breaking dawn to the...
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To Kill an Unborn..

There are things, precisely a lot of things, which we see as unwanted. What we normally do with unwanted things is getting rid of them. We dump them. Surprisingly enough, the world has arrived at such an advanced stage, that more and more ‘living’ are also dumped as...
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When a girl is born…

I was sixteen when I first found the horrors of a female birth in some parts of the world. I remember reading a newspaper article which said that in rural Indian villages, when a girl child is born, she is killed and hidden. I was shocked with disbelief. The article...
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Hiroshima

He is a survivor of the atomic bomb and I met him accidentally in the Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima. He carries his own wooden bird feeder every time he comes to the park and fixes it on the backrest of the bench. Facing the Atomic Bomb Dome, he feeds the sparrows...
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Queen of Sea is a book publisher specialized in publishing the work of female writers. We consider manuscripts of literacy fiction by unpublished/published writers and handle end-to-end process of publishing a book. Our services include editing manuscripts, printing and marketing of books to open the doors for talented female writers.

We accept manuscripts of the following genres:

  • Children’s Stories
  • Contemporary Fiction
  • Action & Adventure, Crime & Thrillers
  • Fantasy & Science Fiction
  • Romance
  • Short Stories & Anthologies

Queen of Sea was initiated in 2013 as a platform for online-publishing of write-ups by a group of female writers in Sri Lanka. Later we moved into book publishing. Find out more about the team here, or browse the site to see our books.