There are people around you who crave knowledge. Here are the 10 things only people who can't stop learning would understand.
I am a human who craves freedom. I look at reading and traveling as the gateway to my freedom.
It was World Mental Health Day on the 10th of October and the entire social media was flooded with people talking about it. The theme for this year was "Improving the Quality of Mental Health Services throughout the World.”
In a candid conversation, Sreedhar talked about him becoming a writer, his corporate life, his writing, and his upcoming books.
In a candid talk with Balaji, author of Flat-Truck Bullies and POPS, he spoke about several aspects of his life and book. Let's explore.
Just a five letter word and it has enslaved the whole world that we live in today……how incredible that can be……don’t you think….? And yes, anger is our worst enemy.
Wonderful characters, dialogues and fascinating prose makes this story a must read. Learn how Miles found his way out the labyrinth of loss finding his Great, with Looking for Alaska.
Dreams are clusters of our subconscious thoughts which shape us and direct us. They are our guides, our motivation, our destination. Check the complete post on dreams here.
Guest Post by the blogger and writer Shubhro Sen! Read his beautiful poem.
Read about why one should celebrate little victories of battles while moving towards winning a war!
The book is all about a poor but brilliant guy Shravan and his determination. The narration is nice along with the development of characters. Read the full review here!
To attain success, one has to go through ordeals and failures. To walk over the rough terrain without complaining is the key to unlock your success!
Love is the vital ingredient of the recipe of our life. It is both sweet and sour and in every form, it possesses a different power. Read the full review of this book here.
The Blue Moon Day encompasses the stories of five men who are en route to discover their purpose in life. Check the whole review here.
Nuggets of Wisdom from Legends Over Generations - Compiled by Bookish Fame
I find myself oscillating between the two extremes - to talk and to stay calm. At one point, I want to act and at other, I wish to simply observe.