I feature an interview with the author of ‘Rewriting My Happily Ever After’
What’s your latest book, ‘Diary of an Angry Young Man’ about? Hello Aishwariya. Diary of an Angry Young Man is inspired by true events and the protagonist is based on a real person. The book is set in Bombay in 1992 and Mumbai in 2012, the latter around the time of the Nirbhaya incident, whichContinue reading “Interview with Author Rishi Vohra”
The Comfort Book by Matt Haig – This book is like a warm hug. The author shares with readers a list of his favourite movies, recipes and books in addition to his musings on life. In short, he writes about all the things that bring him comfort in the hope that they could help theContinue reading “Four Books I Read Recently”
Some readers get put off by tomes. Some people have lost the habit of reading books and are looking to get back to it. For the benefit of these readers, I’ve compiled a list of 10 books having less than 200 pages each. Happy reading. The picture of Dorian Gray- Oscar Wilde – 165 pagesContinue reading “10 classics with less than 200 pages”
In this blog post, I have compiled four tips from his observations on writing in ‘The Moveable Feast’
I write about Christine E Ray’s ‘Composition of a Woman,’ an award-winning book of feminist poems.
This post is about coping with hard times. My TBR meanwhile grows.
Here is a list of books I’ve read thus far in 2021. I have hyperlinked some of these books to reviews I’ve written of them. I’ve also hyperlinked my interviews with the authors of a few of these books.
With the pandemic raging worldwide, everyone is returning to their roots to find solace and seek comfort. Richa Tilokani’s ‘The teachings of Bhagavad Gita’ – Timeless wisdom for the modern age- comes at the right time to offer wisdom to those who seek it. I thank Richa for the review copy. This 226-page book, whichContinue reading “The Teachings of Bhagavad Gita by Richa Tilokani”
I’ve reviewed two books of poetry. 1. Chasing Sunsets by Vaibhav Dange and 2. Death is my only beloved by Laudeep Singh as part of the Half-Baked Beans Book Review Programme.