Nothing Ventured — Book Review

Book: Nothing Ventured Author: Jeffrey Archer Publisher: Pan MacMillan Pages: 324 Published: 5th September, 2019 Blurb William Warwick has always wanted to be a detective, and decides, much to his father’s dismay, that rather than become a lawyer like his father, Sir Julian Warwick QC, and his sister Grace, he will join London’s Metropolitan Police Force. After graduating from university, William begins a career that … Continue reading Nothing Ventured — Book Review

Nothing Ventured – Cover Reveal

It gives me immense pleasure to be given the opportunity to reveal the cover of Jeffery Archer’s upcoming book Nothing Ventured. Thank you Pan Macmillan India. About the book Nothing Ventured is the incredible and thrilling novel by the master storyteller and bestselling author of the Clifton Chroniclesand Kane and Abel, Jeffrey Archer. This is not a detective story, this is a story about the … Continue reading Nothing Ventured – Cover Reveal

Narasimha – Book Review

Title: Narasimha Series: Mahaavatar Trilogy #1 Author: Kevin Missal Date published: June 10, 2019 Publisher: Harper Collins Review This story is the retelling of the story of Prahlad, a demon-born devotee of Lord Vishnu and Narasimha, the half-human and half-lion avatar of Vishnu. The story revolves around that war between gods and demons, Narasimha’s quest to be the Dharm and Prahlad’s inner conflict between his … Continue reading Narasimha – Book Review

Secret Tails – Book Review

Blurb What do Noah’s Ark, Hanuman, Columbus’ voyage to America, the French Revolution, Flying Saucers and the fall of Hitler all have in common?  The answer may surprise you.  All of these events and many more in our history have been influenced by the residents of a land which lies hidden in plain sight. These residents are animals- not just any animals, but intelligent creatures, … Continue reading Secret Tails – Book Review

Blowfish – Book Review

** I have received a review copy from Bloombury India in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Bloomsbury ** Blurb: Mukund and Chaddha spend their days comfortably ensconced in their cushy jobs, wallowing in regrets that make for good conversation. Mukund, in a fit of bravado. resigns to pursue his “calling”; the only hitch is that he doesn’t know what it is yet! Chaddha … Continue reading Blowfish – Book Review

A Window to her Dreams — Book Review

** I have received a review copy of this book. Thank you Writers Melon and Readomania** Blurb Aruna, a young divorcee, marries Bhuvan, an averagely successful young man. Both make promises of ever after with preconceived expectations—hers, freedom from a judgmental society and validation of herself and his, unconditional love and partnership. Despite their best intentions, life plays rogue. On the one hand, Aruna’s learned … Continue reading A Window to her Dreams — Book Review

Cover Reveal: Awaken by Ashok Banker

It gives me great pleasure to reveal the cover Ashok Banker’s upcoming book Awaken published by Pan Macmillan India. AWAKEN Ashok K. Banker THE SHAKTI TRILOGY BOOK I   9789386215161 | Paperback | Rs 299   The Haters are coming to destroy all life on Earth. It is not a question of if, but when.  The Brahmaand has already rung the warning bell and the … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Awaken by Ashok Banker

The Bangalore literature festival

In these one and a half years in Bangalore I experienced one of the most exotic experiences of my entire life, when I attended the Bangalore literature festival.   I conveniently missed the inauguration. I planned to attend the sessions of my favorite authors. First I attended the conversation of Devdutt Pattanaik, one of the most renown mythologist of India, with another author Mani Rao. … Continue reading The Bangalore literature festival

Writing 101 #2 – make a list

Things I like — I like collecting. I can’t stop collecting the freebies with my favorite biscuits or cereal or even the McDonald’s Happy meal merchandise. I’m a numismatist and a philatelist. —  I have a thing for miniature objects. I like pens smaller than normal, I have around 4-5 miniature diaries (God knows what I want to write in them). I like babies, I … Continue reading Writing 101 #2 – make a list