Tag Archives: IndianAuthor
Dance to My Tunes – Tanvi Sinha
‘Dance to My Tunes’ is a collection of 18 short stores written by Tanvi Sinha. The specialty of the book is these stories are all women-centric. Continue reading →
Supercop of Aryavrat-Mithilesh Kumar
Bringing mythological characters and events to life as a fictional character seems to be a new trend in the industry. Lord Shri Krishna is the character which Mithilesh Kumar brought to life in the book Supercop of Aryavrat.
Life in the Sunshine – T. Sathish
The book is about three friends and cricket. The life events of three friends run along with the Indian Cricket matches.
A Story Between the Lines -Santhosh Sivraj
Happiness is when what you want and what you do are in sync. Continue reading →
Period and Emotions -Mukesh Kumar Shahi (Kindle)
The book is about the menstrual cycle and changes happening in women’s body. The intentions of the author are very good however it failed to meet readers’ expectations. A reader may note a few repetitions of the information which is … Continue reading →
Numi – The Guarded Loop –
Nuha was going through some trouble in her life and coach Minha helps her using past life regression technique. Continue reading →
Daredreamers – A start-up of superheroes
A good page-turner and an interesting read! Daredreamers starts with a story of Rasiq, an Investment Banker. He was the only one shortlisted to join a big firm through campus interview. This is good enough to give readers an idea … Continue reading →
The Forbidden Quest of Mysore – Puneeth JH
Knowledge is like energy. It cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be discovered or forgotten.
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Work, Workers and Workplaces – Parthajeet Sarma
If you take care of your workers, they’ll take care of your business. – Richard Branson Continue reading →
Through Orphaned Eyes – A story of two people, two Nations -By Ajay Singh
‘Through Orphaned Eyes’ is the third novel of Ajay Singh which was release in 2015 November. The book focuses on partition of India and Pakistan through eyes of two brothers who were born one after another,