Thursday, 26 March 2020

My Crownless Queen by Sindhura Kotaru | Book Review

Summary:

"Love has second chance, but it's upto us to take it." Life has been usual for Peter all along... His career soaring, his dreams fulfilled, newer colleagues, reputation among people he knew and his friends closer to him than ever before. But a trip back home changes everything, taking his life on a whirl and dropping him in the exact same place, he left years ago, only to relive his agony, leaving him two choices... Accept his past and move on or fight for what he believes in without any guarantee for happiness. Will he make peace with his past, or keep dwelling on it?

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

The Grandmaster & Other Short Stories by Chinmaya Desai | Book Review

Summary:

Never judge a book by its cover...you will be surprised by what lies within!

A Chess Grandmaster is accused of losing a World Championship game intentionally... A middle-class sexagenarian from Nagpur receives a surprise visit from an old friend... A lady will go to any extent to get an ingredient for her recipe... A Mayan explorer in 498 AD encounters a storm and drifts to ancient India... A Brigadier plans to surprise a civilian with a war memento... A politician wants to save the beautiful Seria Valley from an unscrupulous builder... A jet-setting banker gets into a verbal duel with a woman during a plane journey...



Tuesday, 17 March 2020

Friends by Shivani Anil Kukreja | Book Review


Summary:

A story that says it all, no distance, no person can destroy it until you stop putting efforts on it. But here to of them met and then again get departed, one forgets and the other remembers everything. He comes back in life and tries to make the other one realize his importance and his existence.
Usually we say a guy forgets the past too soon but here he remembers everything and comes back and she doesn’t agree to know him.

Sunday, 15 March 2020

Seasons of Life by Khemlata Negi | Book Review

Summary:

This book contains the diverse collection of poems that could easily connect the reader with emotions experienced in the various phases of life. This poetry collection will lead you to the introspection. Poems that would offer you an insight to the various colours of life, challenges, outcomes of our actions, the love for our grandparents, the state of women in society, the pain of separation from the loved ones, the bliss of solitude, the tale and misery of never ending wishes and curiosity of human mind, the various shades of love, the ability to transform one’s life into a masterpiece. Poems that would revive some faded moments of your life and could possibly touch your heart.

Monday, 17 February 2020

Crossing the Finish Line by Sanjai Banerji | Book Review

Summary:

Crossing the Finish Line', is a book on a six-months' running program to get you to the finish line of a half marathon. It is refreshingly different from other books on running due to the amicable narrative style evolving in an easy and smooth manner throughout the book.

Sunday, 19 January 2020

Interview: Arun Batish, Author of 'EKA'

How did you begin writing? Did you intend to become an author, or do you have a specific reason or reasons for writing a book?

It was in 7th grade when I wrote a love letter to my class teacher. It was her response to let me know that I’ve written a beautiful letter. This ignited a fire of writer in me, which I only realized later post overcoming my hormones changes in the later stage of life. This answer might sound funny to many, but like an innocent prisoner, I stand by it.

Monday, 2 December 2019

Art of Staying Young While Growing Old by Dinesh Sahay | Book Review

Summary:

When people grow old, they have to face many problems in life especially when they retire from service or business. How can they triumph over the day-to-day problems of old age? That’s what this book deals with ,and may be an eye-opener for many such people, inspiring them to make a 360-degree change in their lives. The book also deals with longevity of life. If proper care is taken right from young age regarding the health, thinking, environment and happiness index, then it will be easy to increase the longevity of life subject to precautions. Young people can begin and take charge of their lives by going through proper care of their body and mind which will surely benefit them in old age. They can take precautions right from the beginning and lead a peaceful, happy healthy and long life. The book deals with more of Do’s rather than Don’ts. With best wishes to the readers.


Saturday, 30 November 2019

Hope by Khemlata Negi | Book Review

Summary:

What experience it would be to witness the destruction of the world right before your eyes? Do you know how it is to be the last living person on the Earth? Would you like to take an insight into the world after the destruction?

Friday, 29 November 2019

Jack & Master by Karan Verma | Book Review

Summary:

The legend of Jack and Master began twenty years ago in Grinnel's University, Goa. One is the charismatic 'Jack of all trades' who can play the guitar, sing his way into your heart, be the cyber-wiz next door and also charm the ladies. The other is the near-legendary 'Master of one', the economic wizard who shook the very foundations of the political system of Goa.

Thursday, 28 November 2019

Vanya Herbals Anaarcleanse Pomegranate Body Scrub | Review

Anaar cleanse is a luxuriant exfoliator which combines the peels of pomegranate and orange, milk powder and natural cane sugar to significantly improve body texture while resisting oxidation and environmental toxins. A deep nourishing blend of essential fruits and ingredients, that works wonders for all skin types.  

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Miracles Through My Eyes by Dinesh Sahay | Book Review


Summary:

The book, "Miracles Through My Eyes" is a non-fiction. It's about my personal life experiences and my analysis of many events. I saw many Miracles through my eyes while leading life. I learned the art  of creation while analysing minutely each event of life which was due to Cause and Effect Theory.

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Let That Sh*t Go by Nina Purewal and Kate Petriw | Book Review

Summary:

It’s no wonder you can’t calm down: your to-do list is as long as your arm, your bank balance keeps dropping, you feel guilty for not calling your parents more often and there always seems to be a big deadline to meet at work. You need a serious breather—but you can barely find time to shower, let alone to exercise or meditate.

Monday, 25 November 2019

Vanya Herbals Anaarblend Pomegranate Body Massage Oil | Review

Anaarblend is a fragrant collation of pomegranate, beetroot, carrot, cold-pressed oil of sesame and sunflower. If this massage oil is used regularly it imparts hydration, while firming the skin tone and resisting fine lines. It also provides lasting rejuvenation and nourishment as it contains the essential essence of fresh fruits.