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#BookReview: See you in the cosmos by Jack Cheng

A middle grade read, See you in the Cosmos proved to be quite a delight for me. Catch my book review here and I hope you come to appreciate it too. Recommend it for young readers!… Read More #BookReview: See you in the cosmos by Jack Cheng

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Setting the TBR for the 2019 book reading challenges

Book reading challenges excite me as the prompt help me line up my TBR really well. This year I have outdone myself by signing up for three of them. Do you sign up for them too?… Read More Setting the TBR for the 2019 book reading challenges

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#MyMojo – 5 Iconic female characters from books by Tulika

Hola people -Here is Tulika (another of my fav book reviewers) who is going to about some strong female protagonists that she has come across in her reading… Read More #MyMojo – 5 Iconic female characters from books by Tulika

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#MyMojo- 3 Non Fiction Book Recommendations – By Shanaya Tales

Today I have Shantala Shenoy Nayak talking about 3 of her favourite non fiction books which she feels are a must read for everyone. I hope these recommendations sit right with you my dear readers and we both would love to hear your views on this.… Read More #MyMojo- 3 Non Fiction Book Recommendations – By Shanaya Tales

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#MyMojo – Top 5 reads by Women Authors by Tarang Sinha

Hello Readers. Todays guest on my blog is Tarang Sinha who is a freelance writer and author of We Will Meet Again, a mature love story. Her writing has appeared in magazines like Good Housekeeping India, Child India, Woman’s Era, New Woman and Alive, and in an anthology titled ‘Uff Ye Emotions 2. She has… Read More #MyMojo – Top 5 reads by Women Authors by Tarang Sinha

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#MyMojo – 10 Books to get you out of a reading slump by Soumya

Today Soumya Prasad talks about 10 books to get any avid reader back on the reading track. I loved her list – lets see how you feel about it. Maybe some of these are your favourites too?… Read More #MyMojo – 10 Books to get you out of a reading slump by Soumya

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#MyMojo – 5 favourite humour books shared by Lavanya

Today Lavanya Srinivasan talks about five of her favourite humour books and why she thinks they maybe so for her. Check out her list in this guestpost… Read More #MyMojo – 5 favourite humour books shared by Lavanya

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#MyMojo – 5 Indie authors I look Upto by Anupriya Gupta

Today Anupriya Gupta talks about her favourite 5 Indie authors that she looks upto. BTW Anupriya is a budding author too & her debut novel is just out and I hope you will show some love to it!… Read More #MyMojo – 5 Indie authors I look Upto by Anupriya Gupta

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#MyMojo -The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Anamika

Today’s guest blogger is here to review a book set in the second world war era – The Guernsey Literary and potato peel pie society… Read More #MyMojo -The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Anamika

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#MyMojo – 6 Kids’ Books Series for a great Family Reading Time

Nandhini talks about some amazing books for kids in todays guestpost on my blog. Do have a look at her recommendations for reading to your kids… Read More #MyMojo – 6 Kids’ Books Series for a great Family Reading Time

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#MyMojo – Book Review: English Patient by Michael Ondaatje

Today’s guest blogger brings for us a book review of the Michael Ondaatje book the English Patient, set in World War II. Read on to know more… Read More #MyMojo – Book Review: English Patient by Michael Ondaatje

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Book Review – FreeFall by Jana Williams

Freefall by Jana Williams is a fast paced space adventure, replete with wormholes, deep sleep and space explorations. Here is my review of it and see for yourself why you must pick up this book to read.… Read More Book Review – FreeFall by Jana Williams

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#Gratitude – Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

Pachinko is a historical fiction which tells a tale of a Korean family struggling to find their niche in Japan who had colonised the former. This tale is written by a Korean author who is retelling the events as witnessed by three generations of this family… Read More #Gratitude – Book Review: Pachinko by Min Jin Lee

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#Gratitude -BookReview: Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows

Erotic stories for Punjabi Widows is a really neat book written about the lives of widows; how the world sees them; yet they have a secret life of their own. Its this secret world that the writer has brought alive in this book with such warm tales of bonding, imaginations and love and support for each other. … Read More #Gratitude -BookReview: Erotic Stories For Punjabi Widows

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TBR Chronicles – July reading joys

This post is all about my book reading in the month of July and a short review of each one to decide how good or bad they were. Due to a forced blogging break, this post is delayed by a month and is being published now… Read More TBR Chronicles – July reading joys

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Book Review- The fifth doll by Charlie N Holmberg

The fifth doll is the first book that I have read of author Charlie N Holmberg. My curiosity was piqued by the interesting cover of the book which shows a set of nesting dolls and the story is based on that concept. Read my review and feelings about this book.… Read More Book Review- The fifth doll by Charlie N Holmberg

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[Book Review] A cage of desires by Shuchi Singh Kalra

A cage of desires is Author Shuchi Singh Kalra’s third book and it deals with a woman’s sexuality in a way not explored before! This is my review of this book and I hope you will like it!… Read More [Book Review] A cage of desires by Shuchi Singh Kalra