Month: October 2015

Magelica’s Voyage & The Rescue (Magelica’s Voyage, Book 1 & 2) Book Review.

Fresh off the postbox!   Magelica’s Voyage, Book 1   I received the paperback copies of the books sent across the oceans from Canada all the way to India. To say I was amazed and happy was an understatement, I had no idea I had been chosen to get the paperbacks. Thank you so much. The quality of the …

Does Love Make The World Go Round?

Love, the one word that always elicits a response, an emotion from us; never are we indifferent from love. What would be the world if there was no love, nothing to show or care? Who better than the ace blogger and author of Metro Diaries; a collection of 20 love stories. Today I welcome Namrata aka …

Mission of Love JULIET’S JOURNEY

Juliet’s Journey is a fast read, with good language and perfect for a bright summer day or a cozy winter evening painting pictures of a quaint, town. So much of the beauty and heritage of the town comes across, and the sights and sounds of San Remo. I finished it in a few hours and …

The Laptop Ruined It!

What even we might do, sometimes it is not enough. I have been using my phone as much as possible to cope with the temperamental tantrums my #DellLaptop has been showing. My writing has been very inconsistent since the past one month and though much of it had to do with the fabulous trip I …

Spotlight Shines on “Plan It!” by Sharon Lucas

Book Synopsis The African American author is often overworked, overlooked and underrated. That coupled with the closing of many bookstores, which had long been the gathering place for these authors, and the emergence of E-readers, has changed the way in which our writers and readers meet and converse. Though book clubs have long been a …

“THE DAYS OF CHILDHOOD by Tushar Upreti” Book Review

The Days of Childhood is just what the title suggests, simple stories with a lesson for kids to learn and enjoy the story too. This is a short collection of stories for children between the ages of 4 to 8 years.  The book has five stories and each one is based on what little children do …

A DOG EAT DOGFOOD WORLD BY Suresh Chandrasekaran.

Cover Reveal: NEW RELEASE:  A DOG EAT DOGFOOD WORLD BY  SURESH CHANDRASEKARAN Blurb  A hilarious pseudo-history of marketing management, which explicitly denies resemblance to any actual history, and which will be horrified if some semblance be found. The story of a man who discovered that the path of life is strewn with treadmills and, if you …

Old Young Love – A Wedding at the Orange Blossom Inn.

A WEDDING AT ORANGE BLOSSOM INN  is a story about second chances and I found the best part of the book was that almost all the issues that would affect a second marriage were addressed. The author has a clear storyline and step by she went about airing all the possible reasons people would discourage Emma …

Soulful Serenade – The Dove’s Lament by Kirthi Jayakumar

Book - The Dove's Lament

Really Long Post Alert!!! I had eagerly picked up The Dove’s Lament, reading it and hoped to review it before I went for my holiday to Leh and beyond. (No connectivity) Yet as things happen, this book and another one, also short stories got left behind at home in the mad rush to catch the …

Cover Reveal – SEEKING REDEMPTION by Dr. Madhu Vajpayee

Book Blurb: Story of a girl Meera, who is unwittingly drawn into a conflict from where she finds it difficult to emerge unscathed. It’s her journey from being a simple, medical graduate belonging to a middle class family to the uncharted territories of corruption and caste based politics. Her path is crossed by the two …