Ratings: 3/5 Format: Audiobook Platform: Audible Status: Recommended for Beginners not for serious thriller readers. A good thriller is all about how it begins and how brilliantly you can hide all the elements before revealing them all during the climax. This book, I will make you pay, is, according to me, a perfect example of … Continue reading I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll – Book Review
If you dream to get published in India through big publisher without paying a penny, you have to wait for years, may be decades because the competition is way too hard and even the judges are sold. Publishers are seeking business and just question yourself, why should a publisher choose you? If your answer is … Continue reading How to choose the best ‘Vanity Publisher’?
Parents dream, children suffer; that's not a new story to hear in India. Education industry is booming, just because of this reason only. I was an IIT aspirant as well (Thankfully not because of the parent's pressure, I chose to be the one) and have spent an year in Kota. The atmosphere, the aura of … Continue reading ‘Laakhon Mein Ek’ – Web Series Review
Ratings: Cover: 4/5 Language: 4/5 Story: 4/5 Overall: 4/5 Review: The best murder mysteries are those which leave the reader asking for more and let him guess till the very end. The thirsty reader should always be able to see the mirage in his walk. That’s how Salil Desai has written his novel 3 and … Continue reading 3 and a half Murders – Book Review
Why you did this? But I love to read paperback. Don't do this, we really want to read you. But we don't have Kindle, how are we going to read it? - These were few of the questions that I got in inbox of my page and personal profile or in comment section. So I … Continue reading Why I Published ‘Just A Few Lies’ on Kindle?
“Baba, have something. You are falling weak with each passing day.” He handed over some Prasad (packed food of the temple) while descending the last stair of the temple. It was Tuesday and as always, the temple was filled with devotees. The Shiva’s day and all the devotees had personal appointment with the deity sitting … Continue reading The Waiting…
Every now and then we hear of anthologies getting announced by numerous Publication Houses. Some of them are paid and some of them are unpaid anthologies. I have seen so many debates going around the established authors that should we participate in such anthologies or not, so that gave me an idea to come up … Continue reading Pros and Cons of participating in an Anthology
never hesitate while giving a 'Free copy' because a 'Free' copy is never for 'Free'. It comes with a disclaimer and it says, 'Market me'.
Just now my Facebook page has reached 5000 'likes'. I felt the moment special because atleast 5000 people are watching me doing 'crazy' stuff. I don't know why, I thought to start taking blogging a bit more seriously and that's why, I have promised myself to write stories more often. Why stories? Because it all … Continue reading Burden – A short story that shaped my intellect
“There’s no denying that death is always with us.” The old man decided to break the sad silence between him and his son. Both were sitting in a children’s park. Old man could see his grandchild sliding down the slider; smiling and waving his hands to get noticed by his father but he didn’t. He … Continue reading The Pairing Of Life