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Book Review: Crochet by Raman Agarwal

As the tagline suggests this is the world of Tahir Khan & the author seamlessly pulls you in Tahir’s world and it certainly wasn’t a story I would have wanted to hear from the writer. Buy Here Paperback holding in hand with a blue -greenish wall background In the first few chapters the writer establishes…… Continue reading Book Review: Crochet by Raman Agarwal

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Book Review: The Maharaja’s Fake Fiancee (Devgarh Royals Book One) by Alisha Kay

Nivy is back from Mumbai to her hometown Devgarh as she has lost one of her biggest investors of her movie and her mother who has never approved of what Nivy has chosen to do wants to arrange marriage for her and Nivy doesn’t want to get married but work for her acting career. Click…… Continue reading Book Review: The Maharaja’s Fake Fiancee (Devgarh Royals Book One) by Alisha Kay

Book Review: Rudrabaan: Cursed Elements by Nitya Neelakantan

Shruti has lived an entitled life , surrounded by people who will protect her and serve her but talk behind her back because of this wall that she has put up in front of her because of incidents in her life in the past that have left her shook up. Click on book cover to…… Continue reading Book Review: Rudrabaan: Cursed Elements by Nitya Neelakantan

Book Review: Nine by Vineet Singh Hukmani

It’s a tough task to keep thrillers engaging,have a strong build up and good plotlines and Vineet succeeds in doing so with thrillers that are written as short stories. Click on the image below to buy from Amazon Paperback of the title placed on a couch I have read short thrillers but nothing as impressive…… Continue reading Book Review: Nine by Vineet Singh Hukmani

Book Review: The Mess In Her Womb by Dr Chhavi Gandhi Juneja

The book focuses on Drishti’s journey as a woman who lies on the bed everytime to try for the In-Vitro Fertilization to work for her. Click on the image to buy the paperback Paperback kept on book shelf When Chhavi Gandhi writes it as a couple’s journey she truly means it as it is a…… Continue reading Book Review: The Mess In Her Womb by Dr Chhavi Gandhi Juneja

Blog Tour: Double Down by C J Axlerod

Have you ever played a game of chess? Have you ever noticed that the chess pieces of both the colours look exactly the same. The only difference is there colours and it’s all about who’s turn is it in the game Click to buy the book That’s exactly what is happening in the book. Alex…… Continue reading Blog Tour: Double Down by C J Axlerod

Book Review: The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa

Solange is helping her cousin in a wedding she is organising and that’s when she overhears a conversation between the bride and a man and Solange being the romantic she is steps in to stop the wedding. Click on the image to buy. Dean is a planner. He has always been a planner. Law school.check.…… Continue reading Book Review: The Wedding Crasher by Mia Sosa

Households and Attitudes

Yes! I am ALIVE! My blog will not go redundant and I aim to complete the A2Z challenge. My theme for the challenge is Gender and change and I want to write about the change I have seen in households when it comes to the attitude of both the genders in taking care of the…… Continue reading Households and Attitudes

Why Education needs to lean towards Self-Learning

The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything the world has seen over the past century. As of 18 June 2020, nearly 8.5 million individuals have been infected, and almost half a million people have died.In response, and despite resulting economic hardship, governments around the world have shut down society  in which one of the integral systems…… Continue reading Why Education needs to lean towards Self-Learning

Book Review: Murdrum 2 by Dr. Sohil Makwana

It’s double trouble and the Sequel of Murdrum has arrived. The first book ends on a chase of the killer in the process of leading to the death of a police officer. Display of the book cover on a tablet It’s 2021 and the book opens to one of the character’s obsession with a fetish…… Continue reading Book Review: Murdrum 2 by Dr. Sohil Makwana

Book Review: Murdrum by Dr. Sohil Makwana

Murdrum is a crime thriller that captures your attention from page 1. The story revolves around Komal,a CBI trainee who has grabbed the attention of the CBI head and has been given a chance to work in a police station. There in comes the case of a beheaded woman and Komal’s observation on a field…… Continue reading Book Review: Murdrum by Dr. Sohil Makwana

How Discrimination Affects Child Development!

When I was 14 years old I was discriminated against as a girl by boys. I didn’t understand the concept of discrimination back then and why several comments or snide remarks were made against me in terms of me being a girl. They hadn’t reached to bullying regarding my religion then because oh well my…… Continue reading How Discrimination Affects Child Development!

Book Review: My Turn by Allison Jones

My Turn is the sequel of Allison Jones first novel which traces the story of Jameson and Addie. Edited Book Cover on a mobile device holding in hand In the sequel MY TURN, this is the story of Nina and Harrison who are friends with Addie and Jameson respectively. Nina can’t forget the day Harrison…… Continue reading Book Review: My Turn by Allison Jones

Book Review: Back Ender by Udayan Mukherji

Back Ender by Udayan Mukerji traces the life of Pinto working in the police service and as much full of thrills and cinematic scenes one expects to find in Pinto’s world we are introduced to his world which is mundane, talks about his family and the pleasantries he exchanges with his colleagues in functions and…… Continue reading Book Review: Back Ender by Udayan Mukherji

BLOG TOUR: THE DOOMSDAY MEDALLION BY AVANTI CENTRAE

The story starts on a mellow note preparing the characters and the past they bring with them. The story further tells us more about the sibling duo and the internal struggle capturing the nuances of the constant struggle between magical and realistic functioning The moving of the thriller is fast, narrative doesn’t stray away from…… Continue reading BLOG TOUR: THE DOOMSDAY MEDALLION BY AVANTI CENTRAE

Book Review: My Dark Vanessa by Katherine Elizabeth Russell

My Dark Vanessa traces the life of Vanessa and her English professor who starts sexually abusing and manipulating at the age of 15. The story opens in 2017 and another student has come up accusing the professor of sexual assault which takes us back to the early years of Vanessa’s childhood in 2001. Paperback of…… Continue reading Book Review: My Dark Vanessa by Katherine Elizabeth Russell

Book Review: I’m So Hacked by Gautam Mayekar

I’m so Hacked by Gautam Mayekar is about him,the hacker working in an IT company who one day gets a text on his phone leading him to getting involved in a terrorist activity through the world he is most familiar with: THE VIRTUAL WORLD. Book cover on a template of kindle device on a table…… Continue reading Book Review: I’m So Hacked by Gautam Mayekar

Book Review: No Filter and Other Lies by Crystal Maldonado

No filter and other lies written by Crystal Maldonado traces the life of 17 year old girl Katherine Sanchez who seeks validation in her life from her parents, from her friends and on her IG profile where no one notices the photos she clicks as an avid photo enthusiast. Book cover of No Filter and…… Continue reading Book Review: No Filter and Other Lies by Crystal Maldonado

Quotes from The Paid Bridesmaid by Sariah Wilson

The Paid Bridesmaid was a book which was a women’s journey from not being able to trust to opening one’s heart once again to trust someone. Knowing that sentiment is a personal experience of mine with the book which led me to trying something else in convincing you to read a book. I thought of…… Continue reading Quotes from The Paid Bridesmaid by Sariah Wilson

Book Review: Clueless at 30 by Shalini Prakash

Clueless at 30 is the author’s own personal journey of how she too went through this mid-life crisis and the various questions we ask ourselves. Paperback of the book title against a book shelf The author further talks about the four phases which go like FOMO(fear of missing out), SOBO(search of better options),JOLO(joy of letting…… Continue reading Book Review: Clueless at 30 by Shalini Prakash

Book Review: Booming Digital Stars by Harsh Pamnani and Manish Pandey

In today’s world of content creation,vlogs,blogs and youtubers Harsh Pamnani and Manish Pandey trace the life story of 11 digital stars who made it big in the last 7 years and what made them who they are today. With plethora of creators available on our doorstep, the question remained what made these 11 stand apart.…… Continue reading Book Review: Booming Digital Stars by Harsh Pamnani and Manish Pandey

Why You Got That Recommendation From Me!

How do you choose a book? What’s your criteria to choose a book of your liking? What sparks your interest other than the usual specific favourite genres and favourite authors? Today I am going to share some of the things I look in a book before I recommend it to someone or rather consider them…… Continue reading Why You Got That Recommendation From Me!

Book Review: Against Time and Destiny by Alka Dimri Saklani

Against time and destiny truly tells you a tale of passionate love,teaches you about patience and you finally see through the eyes of Pihu and Samarth what true love is. Book Cover on a Tablet in front of a Wooden Bookshelf A mafia romance where Pihu and Samarth go in search of Pihu ‘s Baba…… Continue reading Book Review: Against Time and Destiny by Alka Dimri Saklani

Asexuality and Me!

LOVE. What do you understand by this word? I’m sure every writer sitting there must have asked you this in one way or the other. I have asked myself this question many times. So much so I have lost count and have resorted to books to find the meaning of love. To understand love. Whether…… Continue reading Asexuality and Me!

Book Review: Unbroken by Pawan Verma

Unbroken book cover on Tablet kept on a book shelf Unbroken by Pawan Verma is a crime thriller that traces events in the life of an artist Roma Anand who gets trapped in between the fight of ISI of Pakistan and the RAW of India amidst which Roma’s husband is murdered. Circumstances lead to her…… Continue reading Book Review: Unbroken by Pawan Verma

Blog Tour: Behind the Veil by E.J. Dawson

Book Cover on a Kindle kept on a Book Shelf with books in background Behind the veil starts on a mellow note setting the tone for who Letitia is what she does and why she does what she does. The story slowly moves into its action portions where Letitia is held accountable for the missing…… Continue reading Blog Tour: Behind the Veil by E.J. Dawson

Book Review: Dakhma by K.Hari Kumar

Dakhma paperback book in focus on a Book Shelf The story of Dakhma written by K.Hari Kumar starts from the end of a woman called Parizaad on a rainy stormy night. Cut to 2019 we are sitting with Anahita who is struggling to tell the truth about her pregnancy to her husband Varun. On the…… Continue reading Book Review: Dakhma by K.Hari Kumar

Book Review: Tillotama at a Glance by Sreeparna Sen

Tilottama at a glance paperback on a book shelf Tillotama at a glance by Sreeparna Sen is the complete opposite of the title as you get to experience Kolkata through the eyes of the writer at a much larger scale. The blog posts that were written in the blogging AtoZ challenge in the year 2020..The…… Continue reading Book Review: Tillotama at a Glance by Sreeparna Sen

Book Review: A Taste Of Midnight by Andaleeb Wajid

I have known Yasir from the first book “Accidentally Married” of Reluctant Romances series and I can totally imagine the frown on his face when Ahad and Areesha got married. Also did I tell you that’s what I love about him. You have to read the book to find out. Book Cover on a Kindle…… Continue reading Book Review: A Taste Of Midnight by Andaleeb Wajid

The major 5 which helped me!

I have been grappling with lots of things since 2018. It didnt start in 2020. I was going through many emotions and feelings even before that. Now, I have talked about how things happened. Here I will be talking about WHAT & WHO helped in healing,overcoming,handle whatever was happening in my life. My Mother -…… Continue reading The major 5 which helped me!

Men,we need you WITH us to fight against Patriarchy!

On December 15 2021 we lost a powerful voice,a powerful activist and a very powerful author Bell Hooks.The focus of her writing was the intersectionality of race, capitalism, and gender, and what she described as their ability to produce and perpetuate systems of oppression and class domination. I was intrigued by what she had to say about patriarchy and the concept…… Continue reading Men,we need you WITH us to fight against Patriarchy!

Feelings I am leaving behind in 2021!

So here we are! I am writing on the last day of 2021 going through many feelings,anxiety,guilt,incapable,anxiety(yes again) and I am proud I am writing about it here on my blog where everyone can read what I went through! Anxiety- In 2020, before the lockdown and the pandemic hit the world including my family I…… Continue reading Feelings I am leaving behind in 2021!

Book Review:Tabula Rasa by Jayanthi Sankar

Paperback kept with a delete censorship pin and pencil and pen out of focus Tabula Rasa is a tale of how Singapore came into being as the city that it is today. The novel addresses the dual lives Indians and the locals have lived over the years. The fiction also explores the kingdoms and the…… Continue reading Book Review:Tabula Rasa by Jayanthi Sankar

Why when we talk about sex,its not the same as sexuality

Sex and sexuality What is the first thought when we hear these two words? Do you identify with it? Have you explored it? Have you explored enough? What’s that gnawing question at the very last bench of your brain. Let’s talk about that.  To begin with, there is a noticeable difference between sex & sexuality.…… Continue reading Why when we talk about sex,its not the same as sexuality

The Politics of Love by Jen Jensen- Netgalley ARC

The Republican Party is generally associated with social conservative policies, although it does have dissenting centrist and libertarian factions. The social conservatives want laws that uphold their traditional values, such as opposition to same-sex marriage, abortion, and marijuana. The Democratic Party’s philosophy of modern liberalism advocates social and economic equality, along with the welfare state. It seeks to provide…… Continue reading The Politics of Love by Jen Jensen- Netgalley ARC

Book Review of The Broken Girls written by Simone St. James

The Broken Girls written by Simone St. James is a masterpiece which goes through stories of murders, deception and the fear of oneself and experiences we live through. The story revolves around Fiona Sheridan whose sister Deb was killed twenty years ago and Fiona thinks there is more to the crime that was committed. Then…… Continue reading Book Review of The Broken Girls written by Simone St. James

Book Review: All Things Coffee by Farnaz Calafi

Book Cover of the coffee book All Things Coffee by Farnaz Calafi is an interesting book that connects your social, political, daily routine, poems, humour and your cocktails to coffee. A small book of 70 pages that provides an insight into the history of coffee and while the debate & discourse of where coffee originated…… Continue reading Book Review: All Things Coffee by Farnaz Calafi

A Not So Holiday Paradise by Gracie Ruth Mitchell: Book Review

Book Cover of the book Molly O malley is finally going to get her closure… she will finally meet the man she has always loved Beckett Donovan or so she thought. On her cruise vacation near Christmas, the O Malley’s decide to meet Beckett Donovan   who is Wes’s best friend and Molly’s forever crush. Beckett…… Continue reading A Not So Holiday Paradise by Gracie Ruth Mitchell: Book Review