Women oppress women

Below is an excerpt from the book In search of Heer – ” Yes, precisely, women oppress women. Why blame the men alone? why will they try to change an existing order in which they get a bonded slave to cook food, wash clothes, clean home, bear children, and take care of their aging parents? […]

Vitamin H ~ Volume 2

Like its prequel, the second volume of vitamin H is also a bundle of motivational and insightful quotes with a purpose to educate and elevate the readers. To give you a hint of what this book holds, I am sharing my favorite quote from this book (which I am pretty sure every bibliophile will agree […]

Saint & Martyrs

What is your favorite crime novel? Martin Penny’s “Saint & Martyrs” is a delightful work of fiction for all crime thriller lovers. If you admire the work of Dan Brown, Kate Moss, or Agatha Christie, you are definitely gonna enjoy this book a little extra. The story starts with PC Allison struggling to adjust to […]

I Dreamt of Love

W.H. Auden said it right – “ Poetry is the clear expression of mixed feelings ” “I Dreamt of Love” is a collection of twenty-two soulful poems written by K. Sharronne, M. Katherine Allen, and Sandra Mayer. The majority of the poems are mainly crafted by K. SHarronne only. How difficult can it be to express […]

‘Awaken’ by Ryan K. Wallace

Do you enjoy reading dystopian work? Which one is your favorite? ‘Awaken’ by Ryan K. Wallace is the first book in the “Jeremy black saga” which deals with two spectacular genres like dystopian and science fiction. The plot is based on the prosperity and growth of Providence after the last great war while others are […]

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 debut […]