Author: Prakriti Singh Genre: Travelogue Number of Pages: 74 pages The book is a blend of emotional challenges and travel journeys of the author around the Indian country. One can learn many unique things about different yet common places, about their history and culture apart from all that everybody knows. As the voyage starts, the… Continue reading “A Voyage through the Echoes” Book Review | Travel time!!
Author: Arpit BakshiGenre: Mythological Fiction, Sci-fiNumber of Pages: 284 pagesThe Maha Vishnu Trilogy is set two million years past 2050 AD when Earth as we know has ceased to exist. Life is concentrated in the two separated city states called Madhavpur and Ayudhpur. A new elevated race, the Manavas now reside the planet, now called… Continue reading “The Code of Manavas” (Maha Vishnu Trilogy #1) – Book Review | A mix of mythology and sci-fi!
Earlier in the year, I did the cover reveal for Satyayoddha Kalki: Eye of Bramha (Released on Nov 15th), which is the long-awaited sequel to Dharmayoddha Kalki. Here is a chat I had with Kevin around that time! Hope you have fun reading it!1.What should the readers expect from "Satyayoddha Kalki: Eye of Bramha"? Both… Continue reading A chat with Kevin Missal | Author of Dharmayoddha Kalki / Satyayoddha Kalki | Author Interview
Like it or not.. we all keep secrets.. mostly because we are scared the world won't accept us for who we are or what we have done once the mask falls off. The worst part is that we all hold secrets and act like our lives are perfect and so are the lives of people… Continue reading Secrets are poison.. Don’t hold ’em back any more!!
I am sure we all have had days, if not phases when we are just too busy too read and these hurtful words have come out of our mouths.. because let's face it.. no matter how much we love reading and escaping reality.. there it is.. poking it's head and nose every once in a… Continue reading “I don’t have time to read!” – Stop complaining.. Have someone read them to you! 😉
Author: Abhinav Singh Genre: Spy thriller Number of Pages: 322 pages Shruti Rathore is a retired black opp. agent of the R&AW who chooses to live a domestic life with her husband Ashwin Rathore. She works behind the desk in the Intelligence Bureau at Mumbai, pushing paper and she is six months pregnant. There is… Continue reading “The Last Attractor Of Chaos” – Book Review | Fresh concept but not for everyone..
When I talk to people, I often get asked for book recommendations.. and then there are also so many people who do not consider themselves readers but would like to read something once in a while or would want to get into reading.. You realize what a positive change it can bring in your life… Continue reading 10 Books for beginners! |Stand-alone edition | Book Recommendations post..
verb. get diverted from the the main subject temporarily in speech or writing. The word originated in 16th century from from Latin word digress meaning ‘stepped away’ divert, meander stick to the point The speaker often digressed from his point, leaving the audience annoyed.. The women were forced to digress when things turned violent. Did you know… Continue reading A Word A Day Keeps Ignorance at Bay!!! – Digress
noun. Someone or something that is extremely slow. The word laggard can also be used as an adjective. The word originated in 18th century from the word lag. straggler, slug, layabout bolting, quick The laggard caught up with the proceedings an hour late. The period saw the decline of the country with the loss of… Continue reading A Word A Day Keeps Ignorance at Bay!!! – Laggard
noun. A formal procession (of people on horse-backs or even walking or in vehicles) noun. A dramatic sequence (of things or events) This word originated in the 16th century: (denoting a ride or raid on horseback): from French, from Italian word cavalcata, or from cavalcare meaning ‘to ride’, based on Latin caballus for ‘horse’. Popularity of the word rose during the procession… Continue reading A Word A Day Keeps Ignorance at Bay!!! – Cavalcade