Rhythm of Remembrance by Samir Satam is an elegant collection of poems strung together within the pages bound by a vintage cover.
The Camphor of Night by Samir Satam is a collection of hauntingly beautiful verses that stay with you even if you flip the pages.
The Octopus Curse by Salma Farook is a tapestry of delightful poems that touches upon several themes of love, women, heartbreak, rape, etc softly and powerfully.
This Too Shall Pass by Diya Narain is a collection of poems that revolve around love, passion, life, success, failure, dreams, and desires.
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.
Stuck between accepting our true self and trying to mold and fit into others' frames of expectations, we certainly spend our entire lives fidgeting with the two contrasting thoughts.
Of late, I have been receiving continuous requests from people as to how should one motivate oneself to read. Here, I have list down a few tips to consider.
Walk through the galaxies carrying fire in your soul, recite your dreams and build a world of your own! A letter to the girl who reads.
Books are amazing friends. They prove to be your lobster when everything and everyone vanishes. They are your best friends!