If You Only Knew Me by Divyata Rajaram is a multi-layered story. It is a story about five expat women living in Dubai. Their lives
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Small is Big- by Rafaa Dalvi Brevity is the soul of wit, said Shakespeare; it is the sister of talent, said Chekhov. Writing flash fiction
Pretty Vile Girl: The protagonist you will hate to love! When you have racy plot and myriad, twisted sub-plots married to a series of brutal
Fairy tales are written for impressionable youngsters; Unfairy Tales are written for discerning adults. The values and perceptions of the modern world are not the
The theme of the novel is unusual, specially in the Indian context. Men wanting to marry women older than themselves aren’t thick upon the ground
BRAHMAHATYA: by Rajiv Mittal Complicated yet integrated characters, a skilfully created sequence of inevitable events and a thick suspense plentifully fed by a revengeful, murderous intent,
Water Boarding is not just a romantic story. While the story revolves around love (yes, there is a love triangle), this story is a lot more
To be honest, this is not a book review. This is the description of a soul-satisfying feast. It is hardly surprising, therefore, that the first
Book Review: Lean in to Relationships by Rishabh Jhol I was highly skeptical when I began to
The protagonist Shefali is an orphan who is raised by Kalpana, the best friend of her mother. At the time the story opens, Shefali is
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