The author shows us how she transformed herself from a socially awkward person to a successful entrepreneur and networker.
Ranjani leaves for the US as a starry-eyed bride, but the marriage does not work out and she walks out of the marriage with her young daughter. The memoir is uplifting and inspiring. Ranjani inspires and motivates. Her narrative style pulls you in even if you are not the intended target audience.
I have briefly summarised the book “Name, Place, Animal, Thing” by Daribha Lyndem and shared details I gleaned after attending an Instagram Live with the author.
I was recently featured in ‘The Whole Wide World,’ a unique anthology by Sweetycat Press. The book consists of “episodes” from 80 authors worldwide. The cover by Priti J is eye-catching and tremendously appealing. Of all the anthologies my writing has featured in, I had the most fun writing this one. My dad tells meContinue reading “The Whole Wide World”
I write about Christine E Ray’s ‘Composition of a Woman,’ an award-winning book of feminist poems.
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.
‘Ms Draupadi Kuru: After the Pandavas’ by Trisha Das was released on 22 August 2016. I now received ‘Misters Kuru: A Return to Mahabharata’ by the same author through the Blogchatter book review program. The book is published by Harper Collins India. Trisha Das is also the author of ‘Kama’s Last Sutra’, ‘The Mahabharata Re-imagined’,Continue reading “Book Review of ‘Misters Kuru: A Return to Mahabharata’”
I write about the 13 stories included in ‘KINTSUGI: Flash Fiction First – Volume 1’ edited by Abha Iyengar
Hello, everyone! How’s your reading coming along? A little while ago, I read ‘La Douler Exquise’ by Kavya U Janani. I’d bought this book in December 2020 and read it only recently. The book features poems about unexpressed and unrequited love and makes for a nice read. It’s available on Kindle Unlimited. I read ‘moonContinue reading “A little bit of this and a little bit of that”
I talk about two books of poetry: 1. ‘Isolocation’ by various authors and 2. ‘Hate that cat’ by Sharon Creech.