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”

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”

Books and Memories : Part 1

Listicle of my favourite bookish gifts Hunger Games 2017,UK. I was due to leave for my home in few months, so I decided to splurge for my birthday. I planned for a house party for my roommates and my landlady,who has been and still is, like an angel to me. Post our spicy Indian meal,whichContinue reading “Books and Memories : Part 1”

Biographies of Bollywood Stars

The biographies which I have read! Unfinished I didn’t read this book – I listened to it!!! I utilised my Audible subscription from a coupon code I had received sometime back. To listen to her story, in her own narration was indeed a catch!!! She talks minutely about her nurturing from childhood in an armyContinue reading “Biographies of Bollywood Stars”

Letters to the Lost

Can letters be the remedy? Brigid Kemmerer‘s Letters to the Lost was my September month’s buddy read with Diti Shah. I was skeptical initially – assumed the book to be cheesy elaboration of romance through letters (I was reminded of “Mujhse dosti karoge”!). The book is nothing like cute high school romance, rather one whereContinue reading “Letters to the Lost”

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Are all marriages for love? Monique Grant is on cloud 9 when she is assigned to interview Evelyn Hugo, one of the most-sought Hollywood actress and philanthropist, who is now reclusive. An interview for Vivant magazine is scheduled as to cover the most-talked about auction for Evelyn’s legendary dresses. On meeting the glamourous superstar, MoniqueContinue reading “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo”

The Zoya Factor

The Zoya Factor is my first venture into ‘chick-lit’ genre. Published by HarperCollins India in 2008, Anuja Chauhan’s debut novel has won various accolades in India. Anuja has shrewdly woven her advertising experience into a rom-com novel. A chubby-cheek with curly mane girl, Zoya Singh Solanki is client service representative for AWB. Life throws herContinue reading “The Zoya Factor”