The very first thing that strikes you about Jyotsna Atre’s ebook is the creative way in which she has designed each page. Each page is a visual treat for parents and kids. She has taken care to weave in fun facts about each wild animal interestingly. My six-year-old has thoroughly enjoyed reading every poem and keeps going back to her favourite ones.
The truth remains that many characters in the Ramayana and Mahabharata didn’t get a voice in the epics. Fans of mythology would agree that these characters have stories that need to be told.
Purba Chakraborty’s ebook, Mythological Monologues, lends voice to 26 characters across the two epics, Ramayana & Mahabharata.
Deep within, each one of us is a nature lover who loves and appreciates the wonders of the Earth. 2020 has been a year full of surprises. No one would have imagined that Mother Nature would take a revolutionary step towards healing herself. Today when one looks out of the window, one witnesses a clear sky with birds chirping, flowers blossoming and a cleaner foliage of trees completing the scene.
Here’s a book that will give voice to your feelings about Mother Nature: Blossoms & Foliages by Daisy Bala.
Ever thought of reading something that would take you to several places at the same time? If the answer is yes, then you must check out Ellora Mishra’s Dots and Streaks at the Blogchatter Ebook Carnival. It’s a collection of poems that are brief stories or incidents written in a poetry format.
Deep within each of us is a die-hard romantic who is looking for a story with a fairy-tale ending. Many of us have coloured vision due to past negative experiences. It makes us reject anything that is remotely unbelievable.
This is something Ritu Kakar seems to have realised. That is why though Love Unexpected is a romance novel, it has been written with believable characters interacting with each other through a gripping & realistic narrative.
Readers will enjoy the simplicity, the chemistry and most importantly the different facets of romance the novel explores.
I was unable to attend the book launch of Faaltugiri due to work commitments and when Janhavi asked me to do a Memoirs workshop with her, I first asked her to send me the book before I agree for the workshop. I received a book specially signed for DiaryOfAnInsaneWriter and I must say, when I started reading, I just couldn’t stop! Read on to know why this book is a must-read.