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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 […]

A Salesperson’s Honeymoon

I recently read this amazing book “The Salesperson’s Honeymoon” by Avinash Kunchurkar. This is like one handful guide for all the entrepreneurs, businessmen, salespersons, and professionals who are striking for achieving their targets as well as maintaining work life balance.   We all know how much effort and dedication is required in every business to […]

The Grainy Days In Madras

Ivan Doig has rightly said that ‘Childhood is the one story that stands by itself in every soul’. The memories of childhood are the ones that get carved on our mind and soul and stay with us forever. It is these childhood memories that define how that individual will become after growing up. Childhood is […]

Lift Me Higher

Every child is special and unique and the childhood phase is rather more special because it is further going to decide how that kid will become after growing up. We have heard it a lot many times that the mind and heart of children are like a clear canvas. It will reflect the colors and […]

Silent Words

“What is it that makes us great? The art of being humble, being humane” Poetry’s are a bit tricky as they require analysis. Readers can get pleasure from poetry by reading, thinking, discussing, and ultimately understanding it. But then there are some poems that don’t require a lot of engagement and are capable of imparting […]