These Circuses That Sweep Through the Landscape @Tejaswini_Apte -Rahm #ShortFiction

It was the cover of this book, These Circuses That Sweep Through The Landscapes that attracted me most to the story. A picture is worth a thousand words and Tejaswini got it right. The cover just tempts and teases of the good things to come within the covers. I do enjoy the short read since …

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Recycling & Fundraising NGO @RaddiConnect #WATWB

Recycling of our waste is a massive burden on planet Earth and RaddiConnect is making an effort to help this. Another way to be kind to our planet, Mother Earth and to ourselves. RaddiConnect is Mumbai’s first recycling based fundraising platform for NGOs. A Waste Management service that provides a free doorstep pick-up service for offices, …

TIED IN KNOTS (The Thakore Royals #2) by Sundari Venkatraman

When Sundari writes about royalty I have to definitely, definitely read it. Plus, who doesn’t love a royal romance? She has written many different types of romances and yet I never can stop reading her books. They are quintessentially Indian reaching into the heart of the issues she showcases with her books. Check out The …

If You Only Knew Me

If You Only Knew Me by Divyata Rajaram

If You Only Knew Me is a reminder that friendships and friends are not what they seem. A city full of glamour and gaiety, luxury personified is home to five friends who have been together for years. The friends slowly start finding the true nature of their friends when adverse incidents happen. The author has …

The Prince’s Special Bride by Devika Fernando #RoyalRomance

Devika writes with love and her books are not just interesting to read but leave you with a yearning to visit the place she sets the book in. Could be England, Spain, Srilanka or the ice cold lands.  The romance novels of this series are reminiscent of bestsellers by Nora Roberts that also involve irresistible princes …

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Missing, Presumed Dead #PsychologicalThriller @KiranManral #MissingPresumedDead

Kiran Manral writes in many genres with books that keep the readers enthralled. All Abroad, Saving Maya, Karmic Kids, Switchroo and many more prove her diverse writing prowess again and again. Not to be missed the latest thriller, just like her last release The Face In The Window Excerpt – Missing, Presumed Dead ‘Go ahead,’ …

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Bombay Heights @Adite Banerjie

A new book by an author I love to read – Adite Banerjee. Her books have all the ingredients to make a pleasurable and fun read and are bestsellers to boot. All her earlier books, No Safe Zone, The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal, and Trouble Has A New Name kept me turning the pages. Let’s check out …

The Maid's Room

The Maid’s Room by Fiona Mitchell

The human nature looks for comfort yet it denies this basic right to the ones who serve them. The Maid’s Room explores the lives of the housekeepers, through the eyes of two maids. It tells the employers point of view and that of the maids as well. It is a straightforward story but delivers a …

Avishi: Vishpala of Rig Veda Reimagined

Avishi: Vishpala of Rig Veda Reimagined @Sai_Swaroopa #MythoFiction #BookReview

Avishi: Vishpala of Rig Veda Reimagined, is a warrior, a young girl who is an orphan but is adopted by rishis and taught how to fight. She is extremely good at fighting and this is her story, what adversaries she faces, her challenges and her love. The biggest one is of losing her leg, her …

The Doodler of Dimashq: A Heart Wrenching Tale of Hope From Syria's Rubble

ART IN ASHES #TheDoodlerOfDimashq: A Heart Wrenching Tale of Hope From Syria’s Rubble @kirthijayakumar @IamReadomania

#TheDoodlerOfDimashq is the story of Ameenah, a young girl struck in war-torn Syria. She is special only because even in this ravaged, rubble that is her country she looks for beauty, for art and tries to leave a mark for those who are dying in the war. A war that she did not ask for, …