Book Review – Love, life & all that jazz…

Title: Love, Life & All That Jazz | Authors: Ahmed Faiyaz | ISBN: 978-93-81626-05-4 | Binding: Paperback | Publisher: Grey Oak Publishers / Westland Ltd | Pages: 255 | Language: English | Price: Rs. 150 | Love, Life & All That Jazz is a fresh new story about a group of college friends who move […]

Book Review – Chicken Soup for the Indian Soul: A Book of Miracles

Title: Chicken Soup For The Indian Soul: A Book Of Miracles | Authors: Raksha Bharadia, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen | ISBN: 9789381626368 | Binding: Paperback | Publisher: Westland | Pages: 295 | Language: English “There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.” -Albert Einstein […]

From a Different Time…: The Best of Quest

The Best of Quest: A Book Review Edited by: Laeeq Futehally, Achal Prabhala, Arshia Sattar Publication: Tranquebar MRP: Rs 695 Before I read, or even saw the book, I stumbled upon this article published in Live Mint and needless to say, I was intrigued. The last lines of the article, by one of the editors […]

No Time To Read? Let Me Help You.

People are always telling me how great it is that I manage to ‘take out’ time for reading in a busy life, and last week a friend tweeted about me saying ‘She’s on Twitter and still finds time to read books, she’s awesome!’ I replied with a ‘Maybe that’s my superpower haha’ and wondered if […]

Of Books, Clients, Couples and Other Unrelated Things

Please note that I will be referring to the couple as a singular entity in this post, for two stupids together maketh a stupid couple. So. How stupid can the couples get? And by couples I mean NOT the married kind, like yours truly, or the serious couples who intend to stay together, but the […]

Books, anyone?

Haven’t I said 749 times here that I love books? well, this is the 750th time I’m saying it. I love Books. Now don’t confuse it with reading. You see, reading and book are different but when one says ‘I love Books!’ most people tend to assume he’s referring to reading. Yes. Yes. Of course […]

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