Monthly Archives: October 2014

Spotlight – Full Circle by Yamini Vijendran

  Full Circle  by  Yamini Vijendran     The Blurb  Outwardly, Malini is a contented, sixty-something grandmother with a loving family and everything a person could wish for. But Malini has lived her entire life with a secret confined to the deepest recesses of her heart. Haunted by the past, she travels to Kumbakonam, her […]

Spotlight on Against All Odds by Summerita Rhayne

    The Blurb The efficient PA out of her depth… Samara knows getting attracted to Tahir is like asking for trouble. Not only is he her boss but he’s got divorced recently and has sworn off any commitment. Short term is not on her list but temptation has never been stronger. The man who doesn’t have faith in rainbows anymore… Tahir […]

#Leibster Blog Award

I was recently nominated by my blogger friend, Ruchi Singh, for the Leibster Blog award. Thank you my dear for the encouragement. I’m honored! The Liebster Award is an award given by bloggers to fellow bloggers. It is passed from person to person to encourage and support each other, and help discover upcoming bloggers.   […]

Cover Reveal – Jyoti Arora’s Lemon Girl

Cover Reveal  Lemon Girl  by  Jyoti Arora  The She…. The He… The Author Jyoti Arora Jyoti Arora is a Post Graduate in English Literature and Applied Psychology. Her writing achievements include two novels, three blogs, several wins in national level blog competitions, over five years of freelance writing experience, developing books for kids and abridging 24 famous […]

Chit Chat with Sundari Venkatraman – Author of The Runaway Bride

Had a chance of talking to Sundari Venkatraman who has released 4 novels this year namely, Double Jeopardy, The Malhotra Bride, Meghna and now recently, The Runaway Bride. Here’s an excerpt from our talk. D: Welcome to my blog, Sundari! I hope you’ll enjoy your stay here. S: Thank you Dola for having me on […]

Spotlight – Collection of Chaos by Tikuli Tiku

Blurb: (From the foreword by Kris Saknussemm) As with all the poets I most admire, words are living things for Tikuli. But as you will come to discover, they are never deployed for their own sake. She uses them to tell stories. The images, scenes, characters and fragments of visionary empathy that you will find […]