Books, Non-Fiction

How to come up with Ideas? Tips to Help You Think Creatively

Published: March 16th 2017 by Watkins

Pages: 160

It’s important to regard a new idea with encouragement rather than discouraging it. After all, every great creation starts with an idea, but where does that special spark comes from? This is question that Rob Eastaway, author of  Any Ideas: Tips and Techniques to Help You Think Creatively tries to address in the book by providing an miscellaneous collection of tips to develop your ideas  for better outcomes in day to day.

How do we come up with ideas?

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Book Reviews, Books, Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The Search of the Myth by Prithviraj Desai

Pages: 256, Paperback
Published: July 2017 by Notion Press
Cover Rating: 4/5

Blend of history with right amount of suspense and adventure.

The adventure starts with an idea of deciphering the context by the protagonist and the surrounding characters in the pages of The Search of the Myth written by Prithviraj Desai who take his readers in the historical times of the Wreck of Grosvernor, sailing ship that used to operate under East India Company in 1780s. This wreck left a secret in the hands of a survivor which was supposed to be delivered to the King of England at that time, but is kept chasing throughout the history.

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Book Reviews, Books, Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The Boy from Pataliputra by Rahul Mitra

Pages: 384, Paperback
Published: March 2017, Fingerprint! Publishing
Cover Rating: 5/5

Set in 4th Century BC, Rahul Mitra’s The Boy from Pataliputra is based during the time of Alexander’s invasion of India. As Alexander is overcoming every kingdom to become a world conqueror, he has set his eyes on India.

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BOOK REVIEW: Is it the last Call? by Tarak Koley

Published: 2017

Pages: 198, Paperback

Cover Rating: 5/5

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Abir a fickle-minded, aimless guy comes in acquaintance with Sunanda through facebook. Sunanda is totally different by nature from Abir. After spending few days in facebook they fall in love in spite of their social barrier. As Sunanda has never revealed her face before meeting to each other, Abir becomes speechless when he meet with her first time after two months of their relationship. Abir turns into a different guy, he starts to quit all his bad habit for the benefit of his relationship.

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Book Reviews, Books, Non-Fiction

BOOK REVIEW: The False Spy by Nirmal Ajwani

Published on April 28, 2017 by Zobra Books

Pages 290, Paperback

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Memoirs are a source of telling the truth. I have read many of them in past, but never written by a military personnel. The False Spy by Major Nirmal Ajwani of Indian Army who with among others was framed under Samba Spy Scam in which 50 army persons were arrested by the Military Intelligence authorities under the charge of spying for Pakistan.

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Book on Happiness: Feel, Deal and Heal by Nirmal Yadav

Published April 15th 2017

Pages 200

From the time I put my hands on Nirmal Yadav’s latest non-fiction book, “Feel, Deal and Heal” considering the amount of books in self-help genre as a whole, I had good vibes.

She starts by acknowledging the question we all wonder, the one that concerns an individual’s happiness. Man is a social and emotional creature. Be it the professional or the personal sphere, emotions are the driving force behind all our thinking, behaviour and actions. The problem is that we are the product of a dysfunctional society that teaches us to be ashamed and afraid of our feelings and trains us to suppress not express.

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BOOK REVIEW: The Bride Who Would Not Burn by Rajesh Talwar

Rajesh Talwar is a prolific writer of modern India. This is his third published book I have read in a month. He has touched few themes that the modern Indian society either still considered them as taboo or are not taken serious enough such that the issue become might have a chaotic effect for some time over the whole society directly or indirectly. One of them is the issue of dowry and its side-effects. This disease is still in practice in this country and is one of the realities of modern India.

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Authors, Books, Interviews

Author Interview: Shreyas Bhave

Q. Hello Shreyas Bhave, and thank you for agreeing this interview and congratulations on your debut book, The Prince of Patliputra. Tell me a little about yourself and your background?

I was born in Nagpur, did my electrical engineering there from VNIT. Since my childhood, I was an avid reader, and a fan of historical stories. Napoleon, Caesar, Genghis Khan, Shivaji, Saladin, I know all their stories by heart. I passed out of college last year, and at present, I am working as a Contractor for the Indian railways.

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Author Interview: Roswitha Joshi

Q. Hello Roswitha, and thank you for agreeing this interview and congratulations on your latest book, ‘Trapped in Want & Wonder’. Tell me a little about yourself and your background?

A.: My pleasure, Aman.

I was born and brought up in Hamburg/Germany. After completing my secondary schooling with emphasis on classical European languages, I proceeded to study Political Science and History at the universities of Hamburg and Frankfurt. Against a lot of resistance from all sorts of ‘well-wishers’, I tied in between the knot with a doctoral candidate from India and later settled down with him in New Delhi.

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Author Interview: Sindhu Rajasekaran 

 

Sindhu Rajasekaran is a thirty-one-year-old engineer-turned-writer, and a Bharatnatyam dancer. Kaleidoscopic Reflections her first novel was longlisted for the Crossword Book Award in 2011.

Q. Hello Sindhu, and thank you for agreeing this interview and congratulations on your book, ‘Kaleidoscopic Reflections’. Tell me a little about yourself and your background?

I’m a writer, film producer and communications consultant. A bit of a nomad really. I do everything that strikes my fancy.

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