Book Review: Unmasked by Jenifer Kanin

“You cannot control what the people around you are going to do or who they are going to be, even if they are the people we love the most. They may make choices we don’t agree with, and sometimes we even have to suffer the consequences of their bad decisions. But the only thing youContinue reading “Book Review: Unmasked by Jenifer Kanin”

Book Review: I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh

“A tragic accident. It all happened so quickly. She couldn’t have prevented it. Could she?”  🍂 In a split second, Jenna Gray’s world descends into a nightmare. Jenna moves to a remote cottage on the Welsh coast but she is haunted by her fears, her grief and her memories of a cruel November night thatContinue reading “Book Review: I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh”

Book Review: All Roads Lead to Ganga

“Although at Badrinath I missed the sound of birds and the presence of trees, there were other compensations. It was good to be part of the happy throng at its colorful little temple and to see the sacred river close to its source. And early next morning I was rewarded with the loveliest experience ofContinue reading “Book Review: All Roads Lead to Ganga”

Book Review: Burnt Bones And Beautiful Butterflies by Jerusha Mather

“I don’t go home to a lover I go home to a room Where memories and colours come alive Perhaps I wasn’t born for another Maybe I am wasting time within the ice-cold air I put my wet flowers in the bin The war in my heart stops” A poem straight from the heart, withContinue reading “Book Review: Burnt Bones And Beautiful Butterflies by Jerusha Mather”

Book Review: The Balloon Girl by Syeda Faiza

In the modern world, when we see people with happy faces on social media or a party or occasion, we immediately assume that they all have an unproblematic life, and all is well. But the fact is, life is not that bright and that simple. Everybody in this world faces problems, pain, heartbreak, and failure.Continue reading “Book Review: The Balloon Girl by Syeda Faiza”

Book Review: Sakhi- A Tale of Her Secrets

Just wow. Loved it, absolutely brilliant! Ok, there is so much to say about this book. Amanda has poured her heart out in the story. Beautifully narrated, with a touch of suspense, this story of “Sakhi the Tale of her Secrets” is a roller coaster ride of emotions. 🍃 All the places where the authorContinue reading “Book Review: Sakhi- A Tale of Her Secrets”

Book Review: Ghostly Murder by Lotta Smith

Mr. Michael Archangel and his assistant Kelly Kinki (it’s Kinki ending with an I not a Y) is on a mission of solving a murder mystery, when the famous Sushi Czar is found dead in a room that’s locked from inside. A high profile case which seems like a ghostly murder needs a group ofContinue reading “Book Review: Ghostly Murder by Lotta Smith”

Book Review: Confidence: How to Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs and Achieve Your Goals by Martin Meadows

Many of us suffer from lack of confidence. The most important thing to know here is that it is not an individual’s fault, it depends on various factors that contribute to the case of self-loathing. This is a fact that all of us at some point in our lives undergo a certain situation that bringsContinue reading “Book Review: Confidence: How to Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs and Achieve Your Goals by Martin Meadows”

Book Review: The Text by Claire Douglas

Have you ever sent a text message to the wrong person? The Text by Claire Douglas is a short story which revolves around a message that Emily, instead of sending it only to her boyfriend mistakenly flung it to her entire office group. The message reads Andrew’s (her boss) being difficult about letting her haveContinue reading “Book Review: The Text by Claire Douglas”

Not a Book Review: The Arabian Nights

Who doesn’t know about the stories of ‘The Thousand & One Nights’ or ‘Alf laylah wa laylah’ in Arabic, which is popularly known as ‘The Arabian Nights’? But still if some of you who don’t know…here is a brief introduction to this amazing world. Once upon a time there lived a king, named Schahriar, whoContinue reading “Not a Book Review: The Arabian Nights”