An Indian Loser by Uzma Hameed – Book Review

India’s education system and the pressure associated with it have given many authors a topic to write upon. There are so many books available on this topic but seldom comes a story that is so beautifully penned that it can hold you for several hours and entertain you till the very end. The story revolves … Continue reading An Indian Loser by Uzma Hameed – Book Review

Liar by K.L. Slater

Liar by K.L. Slater will surely slaughter you with the twist that comes at the climax of the book and that’s the whole and soul of the book. From the very start of the book, the author promises to deliver something un-expectable and just to know that climax, you got through the whole process and … Continue reading Liar by K.L. Slater

Long road to Mercy – Book Review

I am a big fan of David Baldacci. I started his books with Will Robie series, so when I heard that he is coming with a new series, there was not the slightest doubt in my mind that I wanted to read this one. Long road to mercy, introduces Atlee Pine and she is indeed … Continue reading Long road to Mercy – Book Review

Veronika Decides to die – Book Review

‘Veronika Decides to die’ is a kind of book that will stay with you forever. The book that starts with a simple suicide attempt turns out to be a book with many layers, uncovering time to time and taking you deep onto the world of so called lunatics and asking you a simple question, “Are … Continue reading Veronika Decides to die – Book Review

An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

I got to know about Shari Lapena after reading her book titled The Couple next Door. That book was brilliant and instantly, she became one of my favorite authors. I was desperately waiting for her new release, that is An Unwanted Guest but this book turned out to be a disappointment. The premise of the … Continue reading An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish

Just wow! I wasn’t expecting this to be so wonderful but believe me guys, The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish is just amazing. The best part of my experience was that I chose to listen to the book using Storytel App. So I was basically listening to Tiffany’s story rather than reading it. The … Continue reading The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish

4 important rules on ‘how to write a novel’ by Neil D’Silva

There are certain things that you do all the time but when someone explicitly asks you about them, you go—“Really? Is this what I am doing?” For most of us authors, writing books easily makes this category. For me, writing is a highly organic activity, for the words just flow out of me when they … Continue reading 4 important rules on ‘how to write a novel’ by Neil D’Silva

5 writing tips from Shatrujeet Nath

Hello and welcome. If you are an aspiring author and already knows 'what' to write, you must be wondering about the 'how' and that's why I thought to introduce this new series where I'll bring you the tips from the mavericks of the field and who could be the better choice other than Shatrujeet Nath … Continue reading 5 writing tips from Shatrujeet Nath