Book Reviews

Singing Gandhi’s India by Lakshmi Subramanian – Book Review

Singing Gandhi's India is a unique attempt at taking a closer look at Gandhi's ideas about music and his impressions of it as an instrument in nationalist politics.

Book Reviews

It Just Required One Step by Saif Israr – Book Review

It Just Required One Step by Saif Israr is a contemporary political drama infused with one-sided love, friendship, family, betrayal, and ambition for power.

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Happy To Meet Me: 201+ Self-discovery secrets by Calista J. McBride

Happy To Meet Me: 201+ Self-discovery secrets to power up your self-esteem and recognize your self-worth by Calista J. McBride is a self-help journal about discovering healthy thoughts that enable you to create a life you love.

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Finding the Gaps: Transferable Skills to Be the Best You Can Be by Simon Taufel

Finding the Gaps is the book that contains Simon's secrets to success where he shares nuggets of wisdom. 

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Not Really Indian: Ten women. Ten intriguing short stories – Book Review

Not Really Indian by Subhashini Prasad is a collection of ten short stories revolving around those who get to travel extensively and become third culture kids, eventually.

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U n Me . . . it’s Complicated by Dr. Aditya R. Nighhot – Book Review

U n Me . . . it’s Complicated by Dr. Aditya R. Nighhot is a contemporary romance novel that focuses on the realistic ending rather than dreamy 'happily ever afters.'

Author Interview

In Conversation with Samir Satam, author of The Camphor of Night

Check out the interview of Samir Satam, author of book The Camphor of Night, a collection of hauntingly beautiful verses that stay with you even if you flip the pages.