One often wonders what goes on in the minds of brilliant thinkers. Do they go through a process of transformation just like everyone else? If yes then what is that transformation like? Darshana Suresh’s book, An Ode to the Self is a compilation of the author’s introspective journey told through 26 essays. Darshana’s narrative style allows the reader to undertake an introspective journey while reading her experiences & thoughts in the book.
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Book Review: Five Petals by Chinmayee Gayatree Sahu
Almost every human being is a story-teller. During the days of yore, people gathered around the fire and exchanged stories, later dining tables replaced the fire and discussions became a reason to bond over interesting anecdotes. Recently, WhatsApp Groups have turned into a destination to exchange stories. In June 2020, popular Blogging Community, BlogChatter gave wings to the dreams of 63 authors through the BlogChatter Ebook carnival. Chinmayee Gayatree Sahu ‘s book, Five Petals was one of these gems.
Book Review: One Girl, Many Lives by Ajit, Anshu, Jithin, Priya, Sona
It intrigued me, when I read that One Girl, Many Lives is a collaborative writing effort by 5 authors viz, Ajit, Anshu, Jithin, Priya, Sona. Each story is written by all 5 authors, one after the other. Each author started one story, passed on the story to the next author and so on till each of them had written one part of it and each author had finished one story. The editor coordinated the transition of the stories. The eclectic nature of this book allows readers to swing between moods and situations.
Book Review: Unlocked – Historical Tales in Verse by Sonia Dogra | #BlogChatterEbook
I grew up among friends who always complained about how they found history boring. I was blessed with fabulous teachers in school and college who made history fun. They would paint pictures right before our eyes and we would listen, totally fascinated by the lore. Well, I wish Sonia Dogra would have written this book while we were growing up. My friends would have grown to appreciate history and learn from the myriad teachings it offers.
Book Review: Dots and Streaks by Ellora Mishra | #BlogchatterEbook
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.
7 Reasons why Ritu Kakar’s Love Unexpected is the Best Valentine’s Day Gift
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.