5 Ways How Reading Makes You More Creative

5 Ways How Reading Makes You More Creative

5 ways How reading makes you more creative, more productive and more energetic. The health and psychological benefits of reading books has been subject of study for a long time. If you go through the long lists of the results…

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The daily routines of the famous writers

The daily routines of the famous writers

Half-baked and unfinished work, mindless time wasted on the internet and never catching up with on what you set out to do every day! It’s a struggle. A painful wrestling to do better but every time, somehow, falling behind our…

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6 Best Travel Books of All Time You Must Read

6 Best Travel Books of All Time You Must Read

Travel Books capture the spark of seeing something new as well as it changes your perspective towards new places. Good books are an essential part of the ultimate travel packing checklist.

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Book Review: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Book Review: Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Title: Lord of the Flies Author: William Golding Publisher: Faber and Faber Genre: Allegory, Social Commentary First Publication: 1954 Language: English Setting Place: Deserted Tropical Island Protagonist: Ralph Major Characters: Ralph, Piggy, Jack, Simon, Samneric, Roger Narration: Third person Omniscient…

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10 Side Character who deserve standalone novels

10 Side Character who deserve standalone novels

Every novel or story associated with the main character, but it needs some strong side characters (side-kick for protagonist, who motivates them, distracts them or helps them to achieve the goal) to develop the story.

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10 ways to get back to your reading habit

10 ways to get back to your reading habit

Here I’m suggesting some approaches to rekindle and cultivate your reading habit. It’s better to find a way for a regular reading habit organically rather than forcing yourself to read.

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Book Review: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

Book Review: The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate

From start to finish, each character has a role to play in keeping the pace of the story going. Stella’s recollection of her time at the circus and stories of yore leave you speechless.

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Book Review: The Collected Works of A J Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin

Book Review: The Collected Works of A J Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin

Title: The Collected Works of A J Fikry Author: Gabrielle Zevin Genre: YA Fiction First Publication: 2013 Language: English Setting Place: Mostly at Island Books, an exclusive bookstore of Alice Island (Location not that clear) Major Characters: A J Fikry…

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You will never lose interest in these books with unreliable narrator

You will never lose interest in these books with unreliable narrator

Books with unreliable narrator are the most intriguing stories to be read. When the narrator is unreliable and can’t be trusted, we, the reader have to think for ourselves to figure out the story. We’ll evaluate the situations and characters…

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Book Review: The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

Book Review: The Sense of an Ending by Julian Barnes

Title: The Sense of an Ending Author: Julian Barnes Genre: Contemporary Fiction First Publication: 2011 Language: English Setting Place:  Bristol; Chislehurst; London, England Major Characters: Anthony “Tony” Webster, Veronica Mary Ford, Adrian Finn, Colin Simpson, Joe Hunt, Phil Dixon, Sarah Ford. Theme: death,…

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