personalized children's book

Oh! My Name – Personalized Children’s Book Review

Reading is very important to me, even more than writing. And I’ve written two books, I hope to write more, I blog regularly, I write travel blogs and other lifestyle related articles and posts for a few platforms other than this blog – which is a lot of writing but reading is still on top […]

The Grand & Mysterious World of Army Wives: Rumours, Facts & Everything in Between

You know how it is my ultimate dream to speak at a big and fancy Literature Festival, right? I mean, it is one of my top ten items on my Bucket List. My hilarious book Soldier & Spice: An Army Wife’s Life is a a pretty decent hit (zero modesty is the mood of the […]

How To Get Published in India: Few Tips

Ever since my book Soldier & Spice: An Army Wife’s Life got published, the one question I’ve faced the most is:    How to get published in India?     A lot of bloggers and friends seek constant advice from me (although I’m not an expert on it, not yet) and from other authors. Aspiring authors want to know the best […]

All Aboard By Kiran Manral

Kiran Manral, who happens to be one of my favourite people in the Indian Author Circle, is back with her third book All Aboard and because I am very much intrigued by the plot, I had a little chat with her about the book and about a few other things. You have to know here […]

On Being (Slightly) Famous

So the book is out, it is getting good reviews so far – a few from celebrities like Gul Panag and other Twitter-celebs (Stop the eye-roll, enough with the eye roll!), I am told the book is performing good in the sales department as well, people I don’t personally know (and therefore, haven’t blackmailed them) […]

Book Review : The Forest of Stories

Title: The Forest of Stories | Author: Ashok K. Banker | ISBN-13: 9789381626375 | Binding: Paperback | Publisher: Westland Ltd | Pages: 351  Language: English | Price: Rs. 295  Who doesn’t love the epic tale of Mahabharatha? It is without doubt the most mesmerizing and the most magical of all tales in the history of […]

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