Hello there, reader! Spring is here. There’s freshness in the air, there’s newness all around, in the trees, the floral blooms, the way the earth smells, even the sun looks happier after the dull winter clouds have scattered away. Such a great weather calls for good happy things and warm cozy reads. Here’s a list…Read More
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5 Best Books I read in 2022
Oh, how I totally missed this catch-up post. Better than late never, isn’t it? So, here we are. I am excited to share some of the best books I read in 2022 with a hope you pick them up too. After all, life is too short to miss out on the good books and time’s…Read More
The Rabbit and the Squirrel – Siddharth Dhanvant Sanghvi: Book Review by Asha Seth
Author: Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi | Genre: Fiction, Graphic | Pages: 74 | Publisher: Penguin India The Rabbit and the Squirrel is a fairy tale for the modern day by one of India’s much-loved young authors. Illustrated by Stina Wirsén, this poignant and moving fable for all ages was originally conceived by the author as a private gift of love…Read More
10 Best Short Stories for Beginners of Horror
“If you still think me mad, you will think so no longer when I describe the wise precautions I took for the concealment of the body.” The Tell-Tale Heart, Edgar Allan Poe If you’re digging for the best horror stories to indulge in, you’ve reached the right place. Whether you’re a newbie at horror or…Read More
years have mottled its skin grey shrouds the tangerine I scrape for the peregrine obscure between the strings jammed are the heads bent is the proud neck I crave for the prosaic lost between the frets tunes unveil eventually as words crawl up the lips I seek for the bliss soaked in fond memories chords…Read More
9 Upbeat Poetry Books to Make your Day
What’s better than a good book to make living worthwhile? The pandemic has been a tough period, and the lockdown unbearable. Many of us are experiencing a term that has become a global lingo – lockdown depression. While there isn’t only one way to handle this period of heightened anxiety, I realised reading poetry has…Read More
Let’s go to Rishikesh – A Travelogue
“Live with no excuses and travel with no regrets” And that’s exactly how we must plan our travels – exploring every nook and cranny that catches our fantasy, tasting local cuisines that whet the appetite long after you’ve returned home, and much more. My travels to Ladakh in North to Ooty in South, Kutch in the West…Read More
365 Days. 93 Books. 14 Cities.
2019 steps out the door and I am thinking of events that happened this year. I’ve known people to calibrate their year based on the good and bad times. I feel that is rather depressing because psychologically, in the end you are left pondering about everything that turned out different from your expectations. I don’t…Read More
Which Book to Read Next? Here’s a checklist to follow.
If you are a voracious reader like me, there is no end to how many times you’ll get this asked by fellow readers, book lovers, and the likes. Not exaggerating. Seriously! Not boasting either. Honestly! I have no one way to answer this. But with the increasing number of times I am asked this; now…Read More
Want more blog traffic? Here’s the trick!
Who doesn’t want more readers? We might say, I do it for self-satisfaction, for thought-liberation, to improve the language, or create worded memories. Right and agreed. But has anyone ever felt they don’t much care about having an audience? Having an audience to appreciate your work never hurt anyone. As writers, all of us crave…Read More