is delighted to announce the first in the Good Indian Child’s Guide Series The Good Indian Child’s Guide To Eating Mangoes by Natasha Sharma The perfect preface to the mango season. ‘Drool-inducing! Rib-tickling! Timely! Generations of Indian children will benefit from this prof-BURR…RRP! (Excuse me, it’s mango season.)’ – Anushka Ravishankar, popular children’s author Does a plate of… Continue reading COVER REVEAL: ‘The Good Indian Child’s Guide to Eating Mangoes’ by Natasha Sharma…
Title - The Story of a Long-Distance Marriage Author - Siddhesh Inamdar Pages - 192 Genre - Contemporary Fiction Links - Amazon.in Synopsis Rohan and Ira's life takes an unexpected turn when Ira decides to leave for New York to study. They've been married for only fifteen months, but this is the opportunity of a lifetime,… Continue reading Simple yet beautiful// The Story of a Long-Distance Marriage//Siddhesh Inamdar…
About the book Fear is the new key by Juggi Bhasin Publications - Penguin India Genre- Crime, thriller Publishers- Penguin India Links- Amazon , Goodreads Review I was hooked on to this book from the first page. It was a complete page turner and quite an exciting one! I really liked the whole thriller scenario which… Continue reading Thriller at its best//Fear is the key by Juggi Bhasin….
I am happy that August finally ended! Done with all the crappy exams and late night study sessions. I am so ready for September because a lot is going to happen in September. September Teacher's day I took part in the singing choir for Teacher's Day and my performance is on Monday and I… Continue reading Adiós August!
Title - Asylum #1 Author- Madeleine Roux Pages- 313 pages Pubisher- Harper Collins Genre- Fiction, Fantasy, Horror Link- Amazon.in, Goodreads Synopsis - Madeleine Roux's New York Times bestselling Asylum is a thrilling and creepy photo-illustrated novel that Publishers Weekly called "a strong YA debut that reveals the enduring impact of buried trauma on a place." Featuring found photographs from real asylums and filled with chilling… Continue reading Horror and Suspense at its peak//A short review on Asylum by Madeleine Roux
Oh what a month July was! So many lessons learnt, so many memories created and so much bitterness in the air!! July was the last summer month of my school life. God what a journey it has been!*wipes tears*This month was a total eye opener and made me realise my potential all over again. But… Continue reading To the lessons learnt…Adios July!
Hey guys I am back with the review of Danielle Steel's new novel, Against All Odds. about the book. Title - Against All Odds Author- Danielle Steel Publishers - Pan Macmillan Publication Date- 26th April,2017 Genre - Adult, Fiction, Family drama Links - Amazon.in, g Synopsis- Kate Madison's stylish second-hand clothing shop has been a big… Continue reading Family drama with a wonderful narration//Review: Against All Odds by Danielle Steel
Cant believe that June is already over! Like half of the year has finished and i seemed to have done nothing. Havent finish my Goodreads Challenge (14/75 *facepalm*), my school kinda sucks and life is DULL. On top of that I read just one book in June. JUST ONE!!!!!!! READ THIS MONTH This book was… Continue reading Bye June….
BOOK - We are all made of molecules AUTHOR- Susin Nielsen Pages - 336 Publishers- Andersen Genre- Young Adult, Fiction, Family, Contemporary Links - Book Depository , amazon.com , amazon.in , Synopsis- Meet Stewart. He’s geeky, gifted and sees things a bit differently to most people. His mum has died and he misses her all the more now he and Dad… Continue reading A short review on We Are All Made Of Molecules….
May has been one of the enjoyable month of this year. I am in 12th now so this was my last school summer break and i enjoyed it as much as possible. I hanged out with my friends in a cafe discussing about a joint blog which we will start soon and also one of… Continue reading Last school summer vacation but i am ready to welcome June with my open arms…