Papa & I- Not a Book Review

Last evening, I read Pooja Priyamvada’s eBook ‘Papa & I’. Registered under Blogchatter’s eBook Carnival, the book offers perspectives on losing a loved one to death. A combination of few prose pieces, twenty-eight poems and certain random notes, it is dedicated to the author’s late father, who she fondly remembers in the book.It is hard … Continue reading Papa & I- Not a Book Review

Have you UNLOCKED these tales?

Dear WordPress FamilyThe month has been really busy with the launch of UNLOCKED- HISTORICAL TALES IN VERSE. And so the visits to the blog have been few and far between. I have a family of three hundred plus wordpress members and I was wondering if you managed to download the book. Some of my writer … Continue reading Have you UNLOCKED these tales?

Blogchatter Ebook Carnival- Dots and Streaks (Book Review)

Life’s principles are subjective. Yet, if viewed stoically, the philosophies of life apply to all and sundry. However, it needs the heart of a poet and a great emotional connect to visit life the way Ellora Mishra does in her debut book of poetry, ‘Dots and Streaks’- a collection of twenty-six pieces of writing. About … Continue reading Blogchatter Ebook Carnival- Dots and Streaks (Book Review)

Book Review- Ebook Carnival (Marvellous Rhymes by Jyotsna Atre)

‘Marvellous Rhymes for children about the Wild’ by Jyotsna Atre is a trove of beautiful rhymes coupled with colourful illustrations. As the title suggests, the poems are all about wildlife. About the Author Jyotsna Atre isn’t new to the world of writing. Some years ago, her retelling of the tales of Tenali Raman had been … Continue reading Book Review- Ebook Carnival (Marvellous Rhymes by Jyotsna Atre)

Book Review- The Woman That I Am

The Woman That I Am – An Anthology Celebrating Womanhood is like a bouquet of flowers with several shades and variety that blend in perfectly to give you a charming ensemble. Conceived and compiled by Rashi Roy and Manas Mukul it brings thirty writers under one roof, which in itself is proof enough of the … Continue reading Book Review- The Woman That I Am

Unlocked- The First Review

Ravish Mani is a well-known name in the blogging world, particularly for his thoughts on books. He has been kind to review UnlockedSays he,'The book excels in every department whether it’s content or presentation.'To read the full review visit here If you haven't downloaded the book as yet, click on the link below and grab … Continue reading Unlocked- The First Review

Scars Remain (Reading You Beneath Your Skin by Damyanti Biswas)

Deepika Padukone has been in the news for Chhapak which releases on 10 January. The movie is based on the life of Laxmi Agarwal who is an acid attack survivor and how she rebuilds her life post the horrific incidence. It was almost twenty years ago that I first heard of an acid attack when … Continue reading Scars Remain (Reading You Beneath Your Skin by Damyanti Biswas)

Hiraeth- Partition Stories from 1947

My grandmother died almost ten years ago. I remember her last few years, when she would invariably express her desire to visit her maternal home, one that she hadn’t been to in a long time. One that was now just another version of the place she had once known. What is that one thing that … Continue reading Hiraeth- Partition Stories from 1947

Book Review: The Adventures of the JP Family

Blogchatter Book Review Programme AUTHOR: Radhika Acharya BOOK NAME: The Adventures of the J P Family GENRE: Humour/ Fiction TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES: Sixty-two PUBLISHER: Blogchatter ABOUT THE AUTHOR Radhika Acharya is not a newbie writer. She has been successfully putting her thoughts to paper since her college days. Her lost love for writing was … Continue reading Book Review: The Adventures of the JP Family