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,…

Book Review: Secret Notes From Iran By Nadim Siraj

Blurb: Secret Notes From Iran is the first-person account of a journalist who travelled through Iran, disguised as a casual tourist, during the stormy US-Iran stand-off in the summer of 2017. With Iran now facing the possibility of a full-scale war with the US, the book features critical geopolitical analysis of Iran’s position in the…

Book Review: Women Around Us By Hanadi Falki

Blurb: Have you ever paused to appreciate the women around you? Your friend, sister, daughter, aunt, grandmother or even your boss, the maid, the receptionist or the tutor? Have you ever wondered about the story behind those determined eyes and smiling faces? Whether it is Minal who confronts her stalker, or Purnima who helps her…

Book Review-Life in the Sunshine: Autobiography of an Unknown Cricketer by T. Sathish

Blurb: Sat, Sam, and Trib (a.k.a Triple Sundae gang) are teenagers and they love the sport of Cricket. They spend most of their time watching and playing the sport they love. They dream of making their living in the sport. When they are not playing the game, they put on their thinking cap and come…