Book Review: PiKu & ViRu: A Fan-Actor Drama

Name of the book: PiKu & ViRu: A Fan-Actor Drama Author: Priyanka Agarwal Publisher: Self Published Amazon Link: Buy Here Title/Cover: Two people walking in a moonlit night. You would expect them to hold hands, or maybe expect the guy to put his arm over the woman, but you don't get it. They are just … Continue reading Book Review: PiKu & ViRu: A Fan-Actor Drama

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Book Review: Letters from Heaven by Surabhi Sharma

Name: Letters from Heaven Publisher: Self Published Author: Surabhi Sharma Amazon Link: Buy here Surabhi had organized a giveaway on Goodreads. I showed interest and downloaded her book on my Kindle. Title/Cover: The title of the book hooked me. My mind conjured up images of a dead lover/spouse sending letters from the after-life. Being a … Continue reading Book Review: Letters from Heaven by Surabhi Sharma

Book Review: Magic Square by Salini Vineeth

I am part of a book reading/reviewing group. This book was introduced there. Curiously, I searched for the title in Amazon. Read the blurb, found it very interesting. Went ahead and downloaded the book on my Kindle though the norm is to wait for the go-ahead by the admin. Cover: The cover is fascinating. Review: … Continue reading Book Review: Magic Square by Salini Vineeth

Book Review: Neverfound Land by Durriya Kapasi

Name: NeverFoundLand Author: Durriya Kapasi Publisher: Half Baked Beans Cover:  I like blue. Give me blue or its shades anytime and I am happy. When I saw this cover, after gleefully opening the parcel, my heart soared. What a royal color! What a lovely cover! If I could, I would give 5/5 for the cover … Continue reading Book Review: Neverfound Land by Durriya Kapasi

Book Review: Once Upon a Genie by Durriya Kapasi

Name: Once Upon a Genie  Publisher: Half Baked Beans Author: Durriya Kapasi Cover A bright yellow cover with shades of cream and three silhouettes: two men and a woman, stars twinkling near one man. Makes for quite an interesting cover, doesn't it?┬áIt could also be used for a thriller story, me thinks. It is intriguing, … Continue reading Book Review: Once Upon a Genie by Durriya Kapasi

Book Review: The Secrets of Ghostwriting by D.R.Downer

The cover page has a line that says, 'From Authors who have experienced every step'.  To my mind, this line is a culmination of all answers that one may come up with to procrastinate reading these helpful booklets penned by the authors of The Book Club (TBC).  Volume 3 This book, the third in this … Continue reading Book Review: The Secrets of Ghostwriting by D.R.Downer

Book Review: Why Go Indie? 6 Reasons for Self-Publishing by Devika Fernando

Happy Sunday, folks!  I have signed up as a Reviewer with the wonderful guys at The Book Club.  When they were talking about releasing a series of booklets aptly called 'Writer's Toolkit', it made absolute sense to me to show interest in reading and reviewing them.  Actually, I happened to read Vol 4, first followed … Continue reading Book Review: Why Go Indie? 6 Reasons for Self-Publishing by Devika Fernando