Tag Archives: Blog Tour

Spotlight- Ekkos Clan by Sudipto Das

The Ekkos Clan  by  Sudipto Das The Blurb  “The Ekkos Clan” is the story of Kratu’s search for the killers of his family, his own roots and the mystery behind his grandmother’s stories. It’s the fascinating account of Kubha and the basketful of folklore she inherited from her ancestors. The eventful lives of Kubha and […]

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 […]

Book Review – Helpline by Uday Mane

  Helpline   by Uday Mane   The Review The book cover and the blurb were the main reasons I picked up The Helpline. The cover artist has done a wonderful job in conveying through the image what the book is all about. The blurb excites the reader and forces them to ask some questions for […]

Spotlight – Rapid Fall by Adiana Ray

Spotlight of Rapid Fall by Adiana Ray Rapid Fall by Adiana Ray   The Blurb   Sonia and JD’s tempestuous attraction is as stormy as the rapids at Rishikesh. Not even a dip in icy waters can douse the sparks that fly when they are around each other. JD’s recent divorce, however, has left him commitment […]

Spotlight on Where Even The Present Is Ancient: Benaras by Maitreyee B Chowdhury

The Blurb Where Even the Present is Ancient: Benaras is a book that seeks to tell the little stories that make us who we are. The author believes that Benaras resides in all of us Indians, in some beautiful often-unknown way. The author is the Sutradhar, in that she attempts to connect an India that […]

Book Review and Author Interview – Trouble Has A New Name by Adite Banerjie

  Trouble Has A New Name  by Adite Banerjie     Review:  Dumping someone over a text message? I was already rooting for our sensitive yet gutsy heroine Rayna Dutt and planning to kill Sid on the first page. Adite Banerjie has a knack of doing this very well – making a reader build relationships […]

Spotlight on Choices by Ruchira Khanna

  Choices by Ruchira Khanna The Blurb Leonardo is a young man who is standing on a crossroad of life, facing choices. One road leads to a high stress career that brings in big bucks; the other is a chance to make a real difference in lives of others. He has a few questions, questions […]

Book Review – Scarlet Revenge by Ann McGinnis

  Scarlet Revenge by Ann McGinnis The Blurb   The FBI doesn’t know what to do with Analyst Caycee Scarlet. She’s brash, brilliant & brutally relentless when tracking a serial killer. But she also has a temper, problems with authority figures and recognizing the chain of command. Things go sideways for Caycee when she uncovers […]