There is no telling that I was an ardent Chetan Bhagat fan when the initial three, no four books released from our most acclaimed Indian
“Ghosts and writers are more alike than you think. We can be what you want us to be. We can hear your thoughts even if you don’t tell us. We can read the silences and shape your stories as if they happened to us. And I was both: a ghost and a writer.”
Twinkle Khannas satirical yet meaningful columns have always inspired readers and thrown light at the day to day issues. Here is a complete book review on the authors latest book.
Hope everyone is having a good week and both of us by all means had an exhausting month! Despite all the travel, mental and physical
Kavita Kane is a profilic writer who writes about the lesser known women from the Indian epics and mythology. She is a master story teller. International Women’s day, it’s a pleasure sharing the conversation we had with Mrs.Kané.
The Relic – journey and story of an Intelligence Bureau officer who dares to risk his life in un-veiling a mystery that revolves around the
After having read the Shiva Trilogy by Amish, my natural pick should have been Scion of Ishkavu, the first installation of the Ram Chandra series.
With December comes the season where I spend more time in airports waiting for the boarding, or in the air in the flights or, in