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The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Some books you pick up on a hunch, even though your better sense tells you not to. The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris was one such book. A few…

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Finding your G-Spot in Life by Geetika Saigal

Do you guys like reading self-help? If “Yes”, then reading the whole review does make sense and if it’s a “No”, then you should give ‘Finding your G-Spot by Geetika…

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9 Reading Hacks that will Help you to Read More

Have you always wanted to read more, but always end up reading less than what you planned to read at the beginning of the year? Do you find yourself too…

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Am I There Yet? by Mari Andrew

Plot ‘Am I there Yet’ is a Semi-Autobiographical book based on Mari Andrew’s journey to Adulthood, half-narrative, half-illustration, this is a sweet and beautifully-conceived. She is a writer, Illustrator, and…

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A Silent Promise by Namrata Gupta | Book Review

A Silent Promise is a story of an 18-year-old college fresher Avantika Sareen’s journey. Avantika is heartbroken from her first love and her initial struggle to keep up with her…

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Everyone has a Wishlist and this is mine!

Every bibliophile has a wishlist of books. If not a wishlist, then there’s always a book that they have always wanted to read, but they haven’t, yet. So, in this…

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How Writing a Journal cured my Depression!

Things were not fine between us and eventually, we broke up which affect my studies and I failed in exams. That was the most terrible phase of my life and…

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A Conversation with Author of “My Little Infinity” by Karanbir Singh

A conversation with the Author of “My Little Infinity” by Karanbir Singh: 1. What prompted you to write this book on something that is so personal to your family and…

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My Little Infinity by Karanbir Singh

All of us love a good survivor story. It reaffirms our beliefs in whatever Almighty we believe in and let us convince ourselves that whatever happens, happens for the best….