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It was a Happy Trusting world, then by Vikas Kale

For the wary soul who needs a bit of extra convincing of the life-changing wonders that await abroad, there’s perhaps no better Travelogue for first-time readers like me then ‘It was…

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Stories to enthrall you with it’s unique forms and emotions – Island of the day before: Stories by Zuni Chopra

I began reading Zuni Chopra’s ‘The Island of the Day before: Stories’ with great interest as it had an otherworldly charm to it. I had a feeling that it won’t disappoint…

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An Inspiring story from a 10 yr old’s perspective – Ahimsa

In this tech age, our kids and we have a pool of opportunities awaiting us. We are free to choose a lifestyle we want. We think of our freedom fighters…

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Tickling your heart in romantic way | Love, Take two by Saranya Rai

Over the years, I have read so many Romance and Rom-Coms novels, that I have lost count now (And oh! Yeah, this says that I’m a sucker for Romantic Fictions)……

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iPhone Xs Max vs Google Pixel 3 XL

If you would have asked me about a month ago whether or not do I like Apple and I would have said, “It is so easy these days to make…

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THE LONE WOLF AT COVER by JOHN MICHELL

I am a huge fan of Thriller and when Author John Michell, approached me for the review of his book ‘The Lone wolf at cover’, I knew reading this book…

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The Sellout Nation by Vikram Bhatti

Satire is vital, healthy to the society we live in. It gives us a sharp realization of the absurdities that we have become so used to. Satire is stark truth…

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CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS?

Thanks to the social media, I am really glad that a lot of people have started talking about their mental health nowadays. And as we all know, everyone down the…

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What if I start to hate Reading Books?

It’s been ages since I bought a book for me from a bookstore or even from an online store to read. Being a reviewer, you get books from Authors and…

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When, poetry becomes a sigh of buried emotions – The Profane

You know you have a keeper the moment you lay your eyes on the book cover, it speaks to you in a thousand little ways. A little book of wondrous…