Book Review: The Curse of Anuganga by Harini Srinivasan

I like historical fiction a lot, as it gives us a totally different perspective on the history we read in our school. They normally do open a new window to that period, in which the novel was set. So when Read more…

The health and social angles of the Navratri

Navaratri is a much-awaited festival in India and it falls typically in Early Autumn (September/October), called Sharad rutuvu. At this time of the year, the monsoons have taken a back seat, and all the trees would be full of blooms. Read more…

Are you sure that you know your child?

Are you sure that you know your child? Did you get stumped like me with this question? This was the precise question asked by one of my Montessori friends. Honestly, till that time, I thought that I know my child Read more…

Book Review: Along came A Spyder by Apeksha Rao

After reading Apeksha’s first novella “Itsy Bitsy Spyder”, I just couldn’t stop myself from grabbing the opportunity to read the “Along Came A Spyder” when BlogChatter approached me for a review. I thought that, as I am still having Samira Read more…

It’s the Time to Travel within oneself

The onset of the COVID Pandemic has changed everything. Nothing is going to be normal again and travel will never going to be the same. It’s difficult to predict when one can travel safely. Then how can an avid traveler Read more…

Book Review: “The Network” by Margaret Lomas

“The Network” is the story of a Journalist Samantha (Sam). This story revolves around her career and personal life. The reader gets a peek into how “The Network” in the media industry works and how a news clip would be Read more…

Book Review – Kinstugi A Novel byAnukrti Upadhyay

Kintsugi is the Japanese art form of mending the broken objects with gold. And, Kintsugi A Novel is about mending the broken hearts/relationships with time. This book is a nice attempt to bring out the beauty of human relationships and Read more…

Blog Tour | Hema Bisht’sBook – Tum Tak

It’s a great pleasure for me to participate in the Blog Tour for Hema Bisht’s book, Tum Tak. It’s been ages since I read a Hindi book in pure Hindi. It took me some time to understand it and once Read more…

Book Review: Sapphire by Sophie Lark

This is my first read of the Author and was in fact little skeptical for picking up her book. But she got me hooked right from the first page. I like books with strong female protagonists and Lex (Alexa) has Read more…

Book Review: The Itsy Bitsy Spyder by Apeskha Rao

An interesting mysteries and spy thrillers with a teenage girl as the main protagonist is a wonderful combination. I am pulled into this book, The Itsy Bitsy Spyder, right from the first page as Samira (Sam) got me hooked with Read more…

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