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Tag: Indian Authors

Read my first eBook

Not everyday would I look look twice at a book named ‘Done With Men’, but then on reading the synopsis of what the novel had to offer and the Goa connection – I just knew I had to get it and read it – the only issue was that the book wasn’t available in paper-back

Let’s Have Coffee – Fiction/Romance (Review)

Synopsis: “Working as an assistant wedding planner at an ex-boyfriend’s wedding, Meha encounters the delectably handsome wedding photographer, Samir. Conceited and a flirt, Samir reveals that the bride happens to be his ex. But when Meha finds out that Samir is using their relationship only as experiential material for his novel, she leads him to

Great ‘Textpecations’ [Indian Novel]

To begin with, I loved the spin the author gave to the word ‘expectations’, turning it around to suit the story of the novel – which I have to admit, got me to buy the book in the first place. Much like the protagonist in the book, Amaya – I too love playing around with different

One Indian Girl

Now I understand why it took me so long to pick up this book and give it a read. Read ahead to know what I thought of it… As a reader of novels written by Indian authors, you’re bound to pick up one or two (if not more) shitty book along the way. For me,

The Stranger Trilogy – Novoneel Chakraborty (Book Review)

Marry me, Stranger I’m Rivanah Bannerjee, a young and independent girl living alone in Mumbai. My parents love me, my boyfriend adores me and I have a great job. But here’s the thing -my life is in danger. Someone’s been following me around, watching my every move, trying to get control over my life. At

Indian Authors & Novel names

You’re browsing through Flipkart to buy some novels to read… and you come across novel names like these below:  ‘You’re the password to my life’  – Oh really!? ‘Someone to love’  – okay! if you say so… ‘Never kiss your best friend’  – I will..who are you to tell me? ‘Let the reason be love’  – isn’t the reason always love? ‘It’s

Everyone has a Story – Savi Sharma (Book Review)

Everyone has a story to tell. Everyone is a writer. Some are written in books, and some are confined to hearts. Must admit, I fell in love with the line above, not sure if it is a Savi original tho’.. ‘Savi’ – yes that’s one less alphabet to my name Savio, I think she stole