Monday, 27 July 2020

Summer Styles and Fashion

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Monday, 20 July 2020

Aveil SPF 50 Gel with Heat Shield | Review

AVEIL SPF 50 Gel With Heatshield is designed especially for Indian skin. It is rich in Vitamin C and Venuceane. It is free from steroids and bleaching agents, parabens, paraffin, and silicones. It comes in an airless pump bottle which makes it hygienic, spill-proof, and travel friendly. It spreads evenly on the skin to provide uniform protection from the harsh rays of the sun. Venusceane, a research-proven, and awarded molecule help not just in protecting the skin from infrared rays but it also aids in reducing redness of the skin. Aveil SPF 50 Gel with Heatshield contains the right concentration of Venuceane, which is derived from a natural bacteria that grow in deep-sea thermal springs.

Tuesday, 14 July 2020

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Friday, 10 July 2020

Chand Ehsaas by Nisha Tandon | Book Review


Nisha has tried to show different colors of life through the compilation of her poems "Chand Ehsaas ". She has expressed and woven her words with simplicity and beauty, which easily touch every aspect of life of a common man. Her poems reflect poignant and heart-touching aspects of reality.

Her poems reveal the beauty of love, heartache by separation , desire for reunion and evolution of the human vision. Her ideas have been brought to life in a simplistic attempt to uncover the real meaning of life for her readers, raising awareness of their society and how it shapes their point of view.

"Chand Ehsaas " is a collection of her personal thoughts described in a poetic style. Each poem acts as a beautiful storytelling medium guided by descriptive imagery. As she tries to preserve some of the most unforgettable memories of her lifetime, she hopes her experience will resonate with the readers’ lives.

Thursday, 9 July 2020

Global Deadline by Sarah Gerdes | Book Review


Austin Marks is a single, successful consultant living in the Bay Area when she unwittingly puts herself in danger when she accepts the client of a lifetime. Secrets will be unearthed, debts claimed, favors called in, and love discovered.

Austin Marks is proud of the company she’s built and knows it’s one of the best PR firms on the West Coast. So it’s no surprise when her biggest competitor calls up asking for help. His client, a pharmaceutical company, has been accused of killing people with tainted drugs. He needs a crisis team to spin the PR and Austin agrees to take over the job. But when she directs attention to the software company as being responsible for the mistake, she unknowingly opens a Pandora’s box of global proportions.


Clive Garrison has hit rock bottom and is trying to make his way back up. He writes articles for The Weekly, a paper that profits off scandal and sleaze. So when he hears about the software glitch and learns that the enigmatic Austin Marks is behind the PR spin, he decides to put his investigative powers to the test. But what he uncovers is much different than he expects. It turns out Austin’s past is filled with secrets and people who will kill to protect them.
The countdown is on… GLOBAL DEADLINE

Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Murky Girl by Vrinda Singh | Book Review

A legacy born amidst the thunder and lightning, was denied love, care and shelter. But the courage to survive, locked her misfortune in the shell of  “She”.

Avant slowly turned into the Florence of the brothel, her first home. But the years of childhood matured into tickles of sorrow and remorse. The beguiled beauty of the brothel, blessed with powers, doomed the establishment, killing hundreds of innocents including her foster mother.

When the hopes to live were disposed, mother Nature inspired Avant to stand up and find the purpose of her life. The journey of the loner Avant from this world to other have several ups and downs. But her desperate search for the denied love will tangle her in the mysteries of life.

A lesson on “Don’t judge, just follow your instincts”, will guide her journey through different dimensions. Love in disguise touches Avant, resurrecting the never heard characters and helping her control the inherent powers. Flocking from dimensions to dimensions, Avant has finally landed into the treacherous world of mummies, where she fights for her survival.

Wednesday, 10 June 2020

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Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Duplicity by Fin C. Gray | Book Review

England, 2003. Tom McIntyre is a worried man. Debts are piling up, his career is in free-fall, and his family life is under strain. Only his wife, Alison, remains unswerving in her support of him. Close to rock bottom, Tom clinches the deal of a lifetime and then tragedy strikes, putting everything Tom values at risk.

In the aftermath, a toxic mix of grief, substance abuse and blame leads to different paths for the family. Duplicity is a story of lost innocence, radicalisation, and family bonds. Can grief, love and hate be reconciled? And can Tom repair his fractured family?

Thursday, 28 May 2020

That Thing About You by Abhaidev | Book Review

What if co-incidences in our lives are nothing but a result of a dice thrown by some higher being?
What if, to the heavens, our lives are nothing but rows of dominos ready to be put into action?
What if we all are mere pieces of pawns carefully played upon by a cosmic chessmaster?

'That Thing About You' is an uncommon story of a common man rejected in love.

This is a story of a man walking on the path of self-discovery.

Subodh, a regular IT employee, is perceived as an immature man by everyone, but he isn't bothered until his love interest rejects him citing the same.

Although dejected and crestfallen, he soon befriends an unusual, mysterious woman who knows everything about him and seems to have all the answers.

Soon, his life goes through a lot of unexpected turns—from doubting his sanity and visiting a psychologist to a failed arranged marriage attempt made by his parents.

Everything in his life seems to be in fast-forward mode. One thing that does not change, however, is this unusual “friend” of his who refuses to reveal her identity and chooses to appear at her whim.

Who is this mysterious woman? Why is she prying into his life? Where will this strange friendship lead him? Is some impending danger awaiting Subodh or is it something else altogether?

Wednesday, 27 May 2020

Unorthodox Words by Jaquia Abreu | Book Review


Poetry is just an artistic release to provide healing. This book does just that. There is a way out of depression, a way out of the dark pits of life, there is a way to stop having suicidal thoughts, there is a way. Open this book and see for yourself. Healing is available for all. Enjoy the colorful photography of nature on each page paired with each poem. This is a reminder of how beautiful this world really is. Sometimes we need that daily reminder in the dark moments.

Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Irrationally Passionate by Jason Kothari | Book Review


While a college student at Wharton, Jason Kothari scraped together money from family and friends to save his childhood favourite comic book company, Valiant Entertainment, from bankruptcy and bring it back to life. A few years later, he transformed Valiant into the third-largest superhero entertainment company in the world after Marvel and DC Comics and sold it for $100 million. Jason then became a professional turnaround leader and went on to transform distressed Indian Internet icons, FreeCharge and Snapdeal, helping save billions of dollars in value, and advise giants like technology investor Softbank and real estate developer Emaar, who have invested billions of dollars in India. Irrationally Passionate reveals the inside story of how a rebel, train-wreck kid transformed himself into a successful young entrepreneur and business leader who became one of the top ten paid executives in India while only in his 30s. From getting his first job as an assistant to Jackie Chan in Hong Kong, to learning strategy from champion Muay Thai fighters in Thailand, to tackling huge personal setbacks, to becoming a CEO in 60 seconds, among many other stories - Jason's inspiring journey across countries, industries and companies has something for everyone, right from students to entrepreneurs to corporate CEOs to even parents of students and entrepreneurs. Irrationally Passionate is a highly personal, authentic, open and complete account of a young entrepreneur's life. Brimming with practical advice and philosophical insights, it will force readers to reflect on how they perceive life, work, family and spirituality by giving them a fresh perspective.

Monday, 25 May 2020

Love Unexpected by Ritu Kakar | Book Review


Kaira is an independent girl, chasing her ambitions. Aveer is a strong-minded and successful entrepreneur, seeking expansion. When they get together to give wings to her venture, there are fireworks and a strange Chemistry between them. But there is something else walking along – kaira’s past. With drew’s presence looming large like the devil, kaira does not know how to accept her emotions for aveer. Her loved ones protect her from all harm fiercely, but will they succeed this time too? Amidst confusion of a promising future and the demons of the past, in trying to find faith and burying betrayal, and in the battle between kaira’s heart and her fears will love unexpected lead the way to happiness?

Sunday, 24 May 2020

Mayane by Nikhil Kapoor | Book Review


Why everything, every relationship, every feeling comes to a standstill with a question mark on its existence. Why we have to prove ourselves, our feelings ou relationship every time. Why? Why do we need reasons for everything?

Friday, 22 May 2020

Yours Legally by Sonia Sahijwani | Book Review


"A young girl Sia has recently finished her graduation in Law against her parent’s wishes. With absolutely no family background in the legal profession, she sets out to explore the various opportunities this not so common but upcoming field of law brings her way."

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Footprints by Nisha Tandon | Book Review


"Footprints" is a collection of my personal thoughts narrated in a poetic style. It may strike a chord and resonate with your life. You will find my poetry descriptive with vivid imagery and a flavoured undertone of subtle story telling.

Footprints as they say are impressions one creates through their walk of life. They may erase with time but leave behind precious memories. In the pages of “Footprints” I have attempted to present and preserve some of my most cherished memories. These are pure emotions straight from my heart to yours!

Saturday, 16 May 2020

My Ramyeon Girl by Nethra A | Book Review


One afternoon, Lee Jung-Su, a star at the peak of his career meets Meena at a ramyeon shop, and thenceforth things take a turn. He gradually grows to like her, but encounters racism first-hand as he falls for the Indian girl.

Celebrities don't have it easy, especially not in South Korea. His fresh approach towards acting and the consequences of his relationship with Meena changes his perspectives of black and white, of good and bad, of reality and fantasy.


Nethra A



Release date:

April 15th, 2020

No. of Pages:

Kindle Edition, 97 Pages

The story revolves around a South Korean actor who falls in love with an indian girl. The précis gives you an idea about a love story which desires you to read the book. The title is catchy and will arouse the curiosity of the readers about the story. The narration style of the author is simple and language is easy to read. You can picture every moment of this love story.

The book flowed quite well and I finished it quickly. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who's in korean drama & k-pop culture.

Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Karmic City: The City of Lord Shiva by Hema Myer Sood | Book Review


He meditated for some time, seeking higher guidance. He declared, “Aditi, I am acknowledging your power and appreciating your magnificence. You are a soul of light, inherently divine, capable of merging with the Higher Self.” Aditi swallowed the lump that came to her throat as tears pricked the corner of her eyes. Her hair stood on end and her breathing momentarily stilled and she wondered whether she had heard him correctly. He smilingly explained, “The first word is acknowledgment. Aditi, you have to admit to yourself that you are worthy and you have the power. The second word is appreciation and you have to like that about yourself. Most people feel shy when praised; they hide it or pretend that it doesn’t exist. “The third word is magnificence because every soul of light is magnificent in his or her way. Power is simply acknowledging that you are worth it and you are an illuminated being of light. Lack of confidence is an imbalance of power. So, a true leader is all-powerful but does not intimidate or exercise control over others. He wields command for the benefit of all, seeing the whole picture and the individual. His perception is not at the expense of the individual. However, he sees the individual and the collective together, never ignoring the cry of one in the crowd.” “Since the higher energies of 2014 entered Planet Earth there have been huge dimensional shifts. There have been subtle changes in the inter-galactic vibrations that positively influence Planet Earth. The first indication is the unusual climatic changes in different parts of the world.” He said, “Aditi, most of the mountainous regions on earth have been activated in 2014. They are now emitting a new musical high-level frequency.” , “These frequencies are beyond the hearing ability of the human ear. I have earlier spoken to you about our spiritual organs; the spiritual ears can assist us. A new musical grid has been created around the earth.

Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Karmic City: The City of Lord Vishnu by Hema Myer Sood | Book Review


He explained, “Arjuna’s egoistic evaluation of himself as the greatest warrior was being put to test by this fratricidal war. To keep his honour and prestige intact, he was anxious to attain a victorious outcome. When he saw the vast Kaurava army, Arjuna feared defeat since their army was considerably smaller. He mistakenly assessed the fratricidal war wherein he desired a personal victory to establish his supremacy in that era as the greatest archer. He perceived himself: a single ego, fighting with other individual egos. He forgot the all-important dictum that it was one army fighting another one, wherein the cause was a glorious one since Lord Krishna sought to redress the skewed balance between Dharma and Adharma.” “In this war, neither was personal egos being assessed nor were personal issues to be sorted out. Everyone had to temporarily lose his or her egoistic individuality and merge to form one army. There are many different facets of Arjuna’s despondency. Lord Krishna silently heard every logical and convincing argument put forward by Arjuna. Arjuna was confused by Lord Krishna’s unflinching silence. The mental crisis that besieged the powerful personality of Arjuna completely transformed him. He portrayed a bewildered and confused personality, overcome with grief at the thought of committing the felonious sin of killing his clan. He loses his basic self-confidence as his traumatized nerves denounce the occurrence of a fratricidal war. His neurotic mental condition portrays a restless mind which involuntarily seeks the human frailty of escapism.” “Diverse complicated situations that life offers to us, continually is subtly comparable to a conflict on the battlefield. When you delve deeply into the subtle nuances of Lord Krishna’s philosophy, you may find yourself caught in a moral battle between Dharma and Adharma, which often strain familial relations. We have to accept every external crisis as an occasion to enhance our inner life.

Monday, 11 May 2020

Karmic City: The City of Lord Brahma by Hema Myer Sood | Book Review


The name ‘Karmic City’ is used in the same sense that Walt Whitman calls himself a “Kosmos”. In fact each of us has three Cities within us – that of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. This book uses the genre of fiction to acquaint us with the gist of ancient Indian wisdom. The reader is taken step by step in easy stages so that as the story unfolds, answers come forth to the most profound questions about life, death and re-birth.

A group of people with marked human foibles and assorted emotional baggage meet and thereafter agree to meet frequently on finding that they have something to gain by it. They are at different levels of consciousness, but one of them is a highly evolved seeker of the spiritual life. He is referred to simply as the “Soul”. All the others have names emphasizing their individuality. Only the “Soul” has so gained in spirituality that he has realized that he is one with the rest of creation. He is clairvoyant and the others accept him as a sort of guru. Yet he is also a seeker and proclaims that he is not a guru. The first and subsequent meetings with him alter the lives of all the other characters.

This book has the potential to shape the lives of the readers into better human beings and be unruffled by the travails of life. It happens in easy stages and one can start at a convenient level, suitable to one’s own ability to understand. It is reminiscent of “The Pilgrim’s Progress” and is bound to be just as useful in today’s age as that great work was for a long time.

Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Beyond Brand: Master Your Power, Joy, and Media To Live Your Legacy by Joy Donnell | Book Review


You're human. You deserve to be more than a brand. For those seeking something different, Beyond Brand expands the ideas of your power, inner joy and media outreach to build legacy - a cultural legacy you can live in real-time as well as leave behind. Through stories, self examination, best practices and strategy, Donnell breaks down how to keep what you create aligned with who you are becoming.Humans are creators, change agents, disruptors, and innovators. We're the forces that shift behaviors, environments, and norms. To confine our gifts to finite public images is a disservice to human advancement, a constriction of personal growth, and a small, limiting lifestyle. We can look beyond brand and live our legacy.

Tuesday, 31 March 2020

Undercover: Operation Julie - The Inside Story by Stephen Bentley | Book Review


In a Liverpool night club, the Canadian mobster said, "Are you guys cops?"
Steve Jackson heard him. His blood ran cold.
Jackson wasn't his real name. He was an undercover cop.
Ever wondered about the life of an undercover cop?
What it takes to infiltrate a worldwide drugs gang?
What it feels like to live a double life? – To ‘live a lie.’
Read this gripping true story of Britain's biggest drug bust.
In March 1978, at the culmination of Operation Julie, fifteen defendants, including doctors, research chemists, a writer, and "professional" drug dealers were sentenced to a combined total of one hundred and twenty four years imprisonment.
Operation Julie is still today the point of reference for all British undercover operations and training. In 2011, the BBC claimed this massive and unique police operation was the start of the war on drugs.
The author, Stephen Bentley, was one of four undercover detectives engaged on Operation Julie, one of the world's largest drug busts. Together with his undercover partner, he infiltrated the gang producing around 90 percent of the world's LSD and uncovered a plot to import huge quantities of Bolivian cocaine into the UK.

Thursday, 26 March 2020

My Crownless Queen by Sindhura Kotaru | Book Review


"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


Never judge a book by its 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


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


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


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.