Invisible Ties is an intense tale of a girl Noor who lived a sad childhood and is then saddened by a loveless marriage.
After almost 13 months of bookstagramming, I made my 400th post recently. I thought of making it a bit personal and expressive, so I went ahead penning down how I got into reading and writing.
The title 'Girl in White Cotton' caught my attention, the cover piqued my interest, and there I knew that I had to give this book a shot. Doshi's debut novel is different in a way that it silently steps into your mind, takes your hand and pull you out of your reveries to witness the shifting dynamics of a mother-daughter relationship.
Not a long story by Prabhat Poddar is a collection of simple stories served with a punch of humor and twist.
With Love, Forever by Kavya Janani U. is a heartwarming tale of Bhavana and Jairam, the two young hearts drowned in the innocence and purity of love.
Yoga & Stress Management by Acharya Yatendra is a guide to inculcating the habit of practicing yoga in our daily lives.
Marigold - the golden memories is a wonderful collection of eighteen short stories each with a distinct set of its characters and their raw emotions.
PanMacMillan India never fails at getting us best books. It is back again with its stunning new release - A Death in the Himalayas, A Neville Wadia Mystery by Udayan Mukherjee.
In a candid conversation, Sreedhar talked about him becoming a writer, his corporate life, his writing, and his upcoming books.
Dark Blue Sea by Shruti Rathi is a collection of delightful poems which uses metaphors to express the discovery of the real self.
Sudeshna Chakrabarti, the author of The Quirky Feminine, is a Finance professional who loves reading, dancing and is a word games enthusiast. In a candid conversation, she talks about her life and work.
A look at the cover was enough for me to flip the pages of Nobody's Child and what I found subsequently inside of it, didn't let me stop!
DEVI by Nag Mani is a book belonging to the horror genre, is meant to scare the shit out of you, but at the same time, it puts forth the ugly aspects of Indian culture.
The Quirky Feminine is a wonderful compilation of 6 short stories which are brilliant in narrative and absolutely a treat for a sensible reader.
The Red Spy is a cleverly written espionage thriller which entails different countries, the top-level intelligence agencies, the love, the betrayal, the molestation, the revenge, the fight for supremacy, and an astonishing background story.
I stand by the window and wonder What it is to be like caged and wander? Like, how free you can be being trapped too, chained in your thoughts; limited by your infinities bound by the will to savor liberties. The fascination for that air of freedom Luring you every fleeting moment To touch it... Continue Reading →