I was so eager.. Actually ‘eager’ is quite underrated.. My anxiousness was bubbling till the ceiling… Initially, more than acknowledgement, all I wished was, a good number of download and people to read my book ‘On The Way.. They Gave a Hand’ more. The whole-soul purpose was to connect with the readers and taking them back to their old travel memories. To help them remember those unusual moments, may be smile a bit on them or may be being thankful to those Khatta-Mitha incidents!!click here for more
By Swarnali Nath
What is motivation for you? Is it somebody advocating you the meaning of life? Is it following those certain ‘to do lists’ to keep yourself charged up through out the day and pursue your goal of life?
A book that doesn’t talk any of this, but still pierces through your heart and brings those crestfallen moments out to the aesthetic and after that just points to the way of light.Click here for more
By Mahesh Sowani
A couple decides to take an early retirement and comes back to India to stay somewhere between the foothills of Himalayas and enjoy the rest of their life in peace. But for some reason, they change their plan a bit and settled down at a small town near Kolhapur. The house was little secluded from the main town and life was peaceful as they wished or like it seemed.
But things started changing after some time, what was supposed to be the middle aged couple’s abode of peace, it started tearing their peace apart. But what could be the reason? Was something spectral happening or was it someone’s deliberate action?click here for more
By Vidhi Duggal
Meeting someone unexpectedly after two decades? That too with the person whom you once fell in love with? Does affection takes different route with the passing time? How easy or daunting can it be to stand in-front of that person after ages?
That’s way too many questions? Aren’t they? But won’t that be the usual? Doesn’t a heart swells with number of ‘whats’, ‘hows’, ‘buts’ and ‘whys’? All these have loads to do with the book I am writing the review for.Click here for more
By Aseem Rastogi
How creepy or sinister you prefer your stories to be? Does creepy always relates to those unseen flimsy spirits or it’s the fear of the unforeseen unknown? Words are well utilised when the writer’s thought come alive in the expression penned down.
This Book review is for ‘Dread’ by Aseem Rastogi.click here for more