Book Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

Book Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

In Circe by Madeline Miller, author weaves her characters into the situations we’ve all come across a time or two in the canon or through various pop culture references, but her integration is so seamless that it only enhances the…

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Book Review: Offsprings by Krishanu Banerjee

Book Review: Offsprings by Krishanu Banerjee

Offsprings by Krishanu Banerjee was beautifully written and very descriptive poetry collection. I was amazed at how complex, deep, and emotional these poems got. Everyone is going to view poems differently because we have all been through different things

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Book Review: The Big Day by Blásquez Figueroa

Book Review: The Big Day by Blásquez Figueroa

The Big Day by Blasquez Figueroa was amazing! It was a pretty quick read, not only because of its length but because the author does not waste words;

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Book Review: The Advisory Board by Hemant Joshi

Book Review: The Advisory Board by Hemant Joshi

The Advisory Board is like a warm fuzzy hug that just wraps itself around you from the first page. It was enchanting, charming and humorous. At times, it jogged memories of the past or made me ponder and reflect on…

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Book Review: Thank You Richa by Rima Sen

Book Review: Thank You Richa by Rima Sen

Richa and Kadhir have been friends since school. Kadhir is now a famous cricketer and Richa is an air-hostess in a well established airline company. Life is looking pretty good for Kadhir, he’s happily married to Shenbaga for twelve years…

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Author Interview: Ameya Bondre | The Author of Afsaane

Author Interview: Ameya Bondre | The Author of Afsaane

Ameya Bondre is a physician and public health researcher, working with a healthcare technology start-up associated with IIT-Bombay. Born and raised in Mumbai, he studied at KEM Hospital, and later at Johns Hopkins University in the United States.

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Powerful Books by Female Authors to Read This International Women’s Day

Powerful Books by Female Authors to Read This International Women’s Day

Books by female authors are increasingly recognized as the dominant force in the contemporary literary landscape. We certainly don’t need an occasion to recognize and recommend them;

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Author Interview: Jayanthi Sankar | The Author of Dangling Gandhi

Author Interview: Jayanthi Sankar | The Author of Dangling Gandhi

Jayanthi Sankar, the author of Dangling Gandhi, born and brought up in India, has been creatively active since 1995. She’s been published in several magazines and ezines like the indianruminations, museindia,

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Book Review: The Innovators by Walter Isaacson

Book Review: The Innovators by Walter Isaacson

The Innovators by Walter Isaacson chronicles the history of computing and the rise of the digital age. Isaacson covers a broad range, from the prehistoric beginnings of computing in the 1800s,

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Book Review: Stories Of Us by Bobby Sachdeva

Book Review: Stories Of Us by Bobby Sachdeva

Stories of Us by Bobby Sachdeva is peopled with the religious, the good and the moral — grappling and trying to come to terms with an inhuman world and crueller selves

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