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Skeletons

Do you have skeletons in your closet? Immediately following book one, “Elephant”, Matt awakens from his coma only to discover that his worst nightmare has come true. His grandmother, Jamie, and Derek have gone missing and his mother murdered his father and grandfather years ago. After reading the first book, Elephant by Natalie Rodriguez, I […]

That’s True I Love Her

Do you think that LGBTQ people have gained full tolerance and acceptance in society?? “That’s true I love her” by Priyanka M.A. Singh is the story of Ammara. It is a journey of self-realization and self-acceptance. This book is an LGBTQ romance novel spread across the lands of Hyderabad and Thailand and mainly throwing some […]

The Henna Artist by Alka Joshi

An elegantly written storyline, sophisticatedly developed characters, and of course the rich culture from the India of 1950s. Doesn’t it sound like a perfect mood?     Well, I am talking about Alka Joshi’s novel, “The Henna Artist” which recently bagged its position under the top ten in Goodreads choice awards under the categories, best […]

The Kite Runner

If you have to read only one book to understand the power of literature and storytelling, this is definitely that one book.   How would you react if you come to know that whatever you were believing yourself to be like was nothing but just some sort of illusion?? I encountered something similar to this […]

Mindset Mentors

Do you find reading motivational quotes useful?? If your answer to the above question is yes then you might feel like getting your hands on this amazing book “Mindset Mentors” by the author R.W. Roth. This book contains various quotes by top people of their respective fields like Sports, Film and TV, Music, Business, Writers, […]

Freefall – A collection of writings

“Freefall” by Prachi Prangya Agasthi is a collection of poems and prose that spread across the emotional dilemma, love, and heartbreaks. This book will take you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and feelings. I have read ‘Dearest Love’ by Prachi, a few times back. The theme of both the books somehow felt the […]

In Conversation with – Jannani Vasudevan

Hey guys welcome back to another fun-filled conversation with the author of ‘The grainy days in Madras’, Janani Vasudevan. So, without wasting any further time, let’s start the conversation. Welcome Janani! Tell us something about you and your book. I’m just a small-town girl from Tamilnadu and wanted to do something after college. One day I […]