Maya and the sword of Gringak by Meera J Pillai – Book Review

What would you do if you found out someday you are chosen for a destiny? Maya and the sword of Gringak is an Indian fantasy adventure novel by Meera J pillai. It talks about Maya who discovers that whatever she knew about her family and herself is false and she is chosen for a different… Continue reading Maya and the sword of Gringak by Meera J Pillai – Book Review

Power Women by Pushpa Kurup – Book Review

Women had a huge influential role in mythology, history and folklore. Power Woman by Pushpa Kurup is a collection of tales of different women who was strong, determined, unbound by shackles but the patriarchal society twisted and manipulated the story to show them as a submissive, dependent characters. Women have broken societal norms, defeated the… Continue reading Power Women by Pushpa Kurup – Book Review

Soft Glimmers And Shining Stars by Nikki A – Book Review

We do so much for relaxation of our body but how much do we do for our mind? Soft Glimmers and shining stars by Nikki A. is a collection of soulful poetry centered around love, hope and life. The poetries talk about moving on, making the change, getting a second chance, our flaws, choices, different… Continue reading Soft Glimmers And Shining Stars by Nikki A – Book Review

Karna – The King of Anga by Kevin Missal – Book Review

A man is always recognised by the work he does. Karna The King of Anga by Kevin Missal is the retelling of the story of an under appreciated hero from the epic Mahabharata. Those who have fair idea of Mahabharata will know about the story of Karna but here his story is presented with slight… Continue reading Karna – The King of Anga by Kevin Missal – Book Review

The Secret Keeper of Jaipur by Alka Joshi – Book Review

The Secret Keeper of Jaipur by Alka Joshi is the sequel to the popular book “The Henna Artist”. Here the story is presented through multiple points of view and here the central character is not only Lakshmi but also Malik has a great part to play along with another new character Nimmi. The storyline is… Continue reading The Secret Keeper of Jaipur by Alka Joshi – Book Review

Diary of an angry young man by Rishi Vohra – Book Review

T. W. Sexual abuse, Communal riots. Circumstances can change a person worse than any other thing. Diary of an angry young man by Rishi Vogra is the story of Raghav who lost his mother at a very young age. He was sexually abused and also ridiculed in school for his poverty. He befriended a boy… Continue reading Diary of an angry young man by Rishi Vohra – Book Review

The Terrible Horrible Very Bad Good News by Meghna Pant- Book Review

The Terrible Horrible Very Bad Good News by Meghna Pant is about a woman named Ladoo who is divorced and she wishes to be a mother. She does everything to keep herself fertile and also wishes that the father of her child becomes her Mr. Right. She is told by her doctor that natural chances… Continue reading The Terrible Horrible Very Bad Good News by Meghna Pant- Book Review

Verity by Colleen Hoover – Book Review

Verity by Colleen Hoover is a psychological thriller. The book was creepy twisted and addictive at the same time. As I was listening to the audiobook it became more enjoyable because of how well it was narrated. Lowen is a small time author with financial issues and she is offered an amazing opportunity to be… Continue reading Verity by Colleen Hoover – Book Review

Sarasvati’s Gift by Kavita Kane – Book Review

Knowledge is wealth but humans seem to misunderstand what wealth actually means. Sarasvati’s Gift by Kavita Kane is a mythological fiction that tells the unknown story of Goddess Sarasvati. She who has her own singular identity and never as a part of couple like Shiv-Parvati or Laxmi-Vishnu. The book not only highlights her story as… Continue reading Sarasvati’s Gift by Kavita Kane – Book Review

Author Interview with Sajita Nair

1.Where do you get your ideas? I get my ideas from my travels and interactions with people. I like exploring and experiencing new places, cultures, food and adventures. I believe that if one has a curious and open mind, ideas will find their way in. 2.What is your writing process like? When an idea strikes… Continue reading Author Interview with Sajita Nair