Author Interview: Kumar Parameswaran

Today, we are planning to introduce our another travel author, who has decided to write a book on Indian Railways and how traveling in Indian Railways can be your next adventure in #BlogchatterEbook Carnival. He is none other than our Kumar Parameswaran. Before we start our chit chat with Kumar, please find below the earlier interviews: 1st interview – “Abhijit ray” author of “Desert Plant” 2nd interview – “Meena Chatty” author of “Starlit Sky” 3rd interview – “Pratibha” author of “Eco Babycare & Green Parenting. 4th interview – “Varsha” author of “Konkan Diaries” 5th interview – “Geethica” author of “Thoughts and Conversations – Cafes in and around Delhi” 6th interview – “Saba […]

Book Review – Being in Love – Half Fiction Series

Fiction is one genre, one would normally reserve to read on an easy or a tiring day to relax, and I was initially thinking what would Half Fiction series would contain. Maybe the author’s experiences laden with some stories or stories peppered with the author’s experiences. So I decided to find that out and picked up this book for my review. Review: As the name series indicates, this is just not one long story, but actually divided into 26 short stories. Interestingly, all these stories are intervened with each other and the way the author introduces main protagonists using the […]

Author Interview – Pooja Priyamvada of Mental Health Primer

Welcome back once again, friends to the ever interesting, #Author Interview series hosted by Pragun and Me.  We are going to introduce another famous blogger from the Mental Health niche today.  Before we go and talk to her, you can refresh your memory with the previous interviews here: 1st interview – “Abhijit ray” author of “Desert Plant” 2nd interview – “Meena Chatty” author of “Starlit Sky” 3rd interview – “Pratibha” author of “Eco Babycare & Green Parenting. 4th interview – “Varsha” author of “Konkan Diaries” 5th interview – “Geethica” author of “Thoughts and Conversations – Cafes in and around Delhi” 6th interview – “Saba Irfan Ladha” author of “With Love, yours Hatefully” 7th […]

Book Review: Put your best Foot forward

As stated earlier, I am not a big fan of the self-help book and mindful practice books. But after reading Priyanka’s book in the #BlogchatterEbookcarnival, I thought of checking the other titles in the same genre and this title caught my attention. Honestly, the book blurb is also intriguing but what caught my attention “Training your mind in the right way at the right time makes our life easier and productive”.  Though almost all individuals train or talk to their minds to get the desired results knowingly or unknowingly, stating it so explicitly and that making the mind a servant […]

Book Review – Thoughts and Conversations; Cafes in Delhi

People who love their coffee or even Tea would like to sit leisurely and enjoy the taste of their beverage. To enjoy their cup of tea or coffee, the surroundings also matters. If we have an ambient atmosphere to enjoy our tea/coffee with our friends/family, then that cup of tea/coffee would remain etched in our memory. The cafe culture started in India keeping this in mind only. Geethica Mehra’s book brings out all those hidden cafes in Delhi. She has chosen mostly the cafes that are well hidden from the busy world and would offer you a very leisurely experience. […]

Book Review: Flowered Bytes

The title of this book was quite intriguing and my initial thoughts after reading the title were that it has something to do with various flowers and the stories surrounding the flowers. But Anand has proved me wrong and this I came to know only after I started reading the book, as the book blurb also didn’t give any hint of what’s inside the book.     The Book Blurb: Flowered Bytes is all about stories, which captures your mind. The book is not a big novel with lengthy pages but it includes crisp, concise and succinct short stories with a […]

Book Review – Eco Baby Care and Green Parenting

The moment I heard the word Green Parenting, it intrigued me a little bit, as we heard so much about Green living but never Green Parenting. I never imagined that Parenting could also be Green. So that’s the reason which made me pick up this book with curiosity. Review: My reverence towards the author (Pratibha) has gone up by a few notches, the moment I read her introduction of the book itself. Can you imagine a six-year-old kid wondering about how safe the products really are and looking for Organic alternatives? If she has become successful in implanting the Organic […]

Author Interview: Abhijit Ray of Desert Plant

Welcome to the Author Interview series hosted by Pragun and Me. We both are doing the Author interview series for the Ebooks launched through Blogchatter Ebook program. First among this series is the Interview with Abhijit Ray. The more silent and observant blogger, who writes regularly and consistently. He is also an active reader and gives nice suggestions and encouragement to fellow bloggers. Us: What inspired to start blogging? Abhijit: I started writing tentatively sometime in 2010. It was and still is an amateur effort. It was a time when a lot of things were happening in the political scene. […]

Book Review – Creative Kids by Surabhi Prapanna

During the A2Z challenge, I had read some of the blogs from Surabhi and really liked a few of them and we did try a few like (homemade bubble mixture and others). I was waiting for this book, as in between due to my travel, I missed a couple of days reading. Review: This book contains all the creative works that we can do with the kids with the materials available in the house. The instructions to complete the craft works have been given in a detailed manner and they can be completed with minimal adult supervision. Apart from the […]

Book Review – The adventures of the JP family

The title intrigued me so I download without much trepidation and this book lived up to my expectations. So have to really applaud Radhika Acharya’s fine writing skills to make this book interesting and engaging. This is one book, I can strongly say to have it on your reading table (or tea table, if you have one at home) all the time, as it has the power to lift one’s mood with its subtle humor and amusing short stories. Review: This book contains 26 short amusing stories which are laden with good and healthy humor. The story is set at […]