Book Review: A Man from Mandu By Manoj V Jain

Blurb: Is he the New Age Guru that we have all been waiting for? Is he a fraudster? How does he know the story of your life? In his latest book, Manoj Jain delves into the world of Godmen and devotees, of faith and money. A Man from Mandu is a book of deception, transformation…

A Passionate Prescription

From writing prescriptions to heal the maladies to writing tales to heal the souls; from weilding the scalpel to cut across tissues or plugging in the stethoscope to hear the beating heart, to using the pen or keyboard to pour out expressions or listen to the symphony of life through naked ears sans the stetho;…

Tips To Writers: 5 Easy Ways To Promote Your Book By Yourself

Remember your blog should have a good vision and should help people, don’t over-promote your book.

Book Review: Birth of the Duo By Chandrayan Gupta

Blurb Aditya Gokhale – a cynical, skeptical, reluctant teenager, and Radha Bose – a hard-working, professional, determined private investigator, end up working together. Their first case is to figure out whether the death of a television actor’s son is a suicide or murder. With Aditya’s personal life in disarray, and Radha dealing with her own…

Book Review: Natal Fault By Dr. Manisha Saxena

Blurb In the monsoons of 2012, a phantasm driven geriatrician, Dr. Suchitra Nigam, is all set to open her dream venture: Rajshree Varma Memorial Foundation, a holistic healthcare for the geriatrics. She then encounters several irregularities plaguing the medical and social scene in the country. She is further intrigued when a nonagenarian from Singapore persistently…

Book Review: The Patomskiy Crater By Khemkarann

Blurb Enter the shadowy world of the Russian military, intelligence agencies and a hired assassin. Six young Americans from affluent families decide to take a trip to Patomskiy Crater, a peculiar rock formation shrouded in mystery, located in a remote area of south-eastern Siberia. Alarms are raised when they don’t return to the base town…

Book Review: Tales from Bengal By Sourish Roy

This short story collection is a beautiful piece of writing. It reminded me the days when I used to read Vankim Chandra’s and Sharat Chandra’s short story collection. I don’t know whether this collection’s tone is similar due to Bengali background or anything else

Book Review: Dark Matter- Blake Crouch

Jason Dessen is walking home through the chilly Chicago streets one night, looking forward to a quiet evening in front of the fireplace with his wife, Daniela, and their son, Charlie—when his reality shatters. It starts with a man in a mask kidnapping him at gunpoint, for reasons Jason can’t begin to fathom—what would anyone…

Book Review: Age of Azmoq: The Valantian Imperium By Rajamayyoor Sharma

Blurb: Azmoq is the rarest and most coveted metal on the planet. It’s the ultimate source and symbol of real power, and the Valantian Imperium controls it all in Valantia. Or so they thought… For the first time in generations, the Valantian Imperium, masters of the Valantian continent have glimpsed the first tremors of fear.…

Book Review- Young, Dumb, and Naive (The Walker Diaries Book 1) By Alicia Caldwell Henderson

Blurb: Azerica Christian is a 14-year-old girl who is determined to redefine her life. She’s finally broken free from dry, private Christian schools and now she is a cheerleader at her new public high school. She has new friends, older friends. And their intent is to introduce Azerica to a whole new world of freedoms,…