Books on my Wishlist 2022

The Maid by Nita Prose The Maid was one of the No.1 New York Times bestseller last year. That’s indeed one book I want to pick up this year – gripping thriller. Better late than never,right? Buy now Death Served Cold by Sourabh Mukherjee Does it send chills down you spine when you read theContinue reading “Books on my Wishlist 2022”

Must read Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni books

Indian- American author, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni makes a conspicuous attempt to give a voice to the mythological and historical lesser-heard. I feel, particularly inΒ Indian society, that the female voice is often subdued under years of misogynism and patriarchy. The salient expectations to cope with the gender-based mandates which include living and learning to compromise areContinue reading “Must read Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni books”

Top 5 Audio stories you must listen on Audible

Listen, when you can’t read! Audiobooks are a huge boon in today’s world where everyone is on the constant go. We are always on move and seldom find time to sit down and pick up a book. No matter what you are doing, you can listen to it- be it gardening, commuting, or as IContinue reading “Top 5 Audio stories you must listen on Audible”

The Reading List

Can a library bring together two people who are otherwise poles apart? Can books fill up void in our lives? Sara Nisha Adams explores the possibilities in her debut book, The Reading List. When I had first picked up the January book of our book club, I did not check for much reviews or blurbs.Continue reading “The Reading List”

Colours of Red

The new Commandant Shaurya is posted to ‘Dandakaranya’ meaning ‘forest of punishment’ in Bastar based on his previous accomplishments. He is aware that his chances of getting a post of his choice, near to his family, will be better after serving in one of the most sensitive areas in India. Bastar is a Naxalite warContinue reading “Colours of Red”

Atomic Habits :An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones

James Clear’s Atomic habits is perhaps one of the most best-selling self-help books. I used to hear often that this is a book which should be read in the 20s, I always smirked at the idea. How wrong I was! This book is a must-read, had I read it earlier I would have probably rectifiedContinue reading “Atomic Habits :An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones”

Must read Horror Fictions

Now that Monsoons have set in, rainy days call for a sumptuous lunch comprising of Khichdi and onion fritters! What else does it call for? Of course, a good horror story! Here are the most suggested books for jump scares! Draw your curtains to darken your room more before you open this book to read!Continue reading “Must read Horror Fictions”

Accelerating Digital Success: Reimagining Organisations for a Post-COVID-19 World

Reimagination of the future Ganesh Natarajan, Uma Ganesh, Lavanya Jayaram have co-authored this book to give technical insights into the world evolving while healing from the global pandemic. COVID -19 has changed our lives drastically and it’s high time to re-evaluate how the unprecedented event will shape the future of technology and how we allContinue reading “Accelerating Digital Success: Reimagining Organisations for a Post-COVID-19 World”

June Reads Wrap Up

Long- Short stories A fast easy-breezy read – That’s what made me pick up Long-Short Stories by Chetan Soni. Its collection of 5 Romantic stories will catapult you to rosy romance. I want to start with the story I liked the most – What’s in a Name. Two star-crossed lovers, Krish and Lakshmi, find themselvesContinue reading “June Reads Wrap Up”

Books and Memories : Part 2

Listicle of my favourite bookish gifts Chader Pahar Sibling rivalry over cleanliness led me to “win” this gem! My mother always managed to get me clean my bookshelf with promise of new books. In hindsight, a wonderful way to indulge kids into reading, what say?!! I was crestfallen at the name of book, assuming itContinue reading “Books and Memories : Part 2”