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BOOK REVIEW: Demystifying Reincarnation by Chaitanya Charan

Pages:252, Paperback

Published: March 2017 by Fingerprint! Publishing

Cover Rating: 5/5

Are you looking for a spiritual read in from an easter philosophy point of view? Then do dive in this post and you might find something intriguing. Does the words reincarnation, and past life interest you? Do you believe in them? Chaitanya Charan’s latest book Demystifying Reincarnation puts a thoughtful point of view on aforementioned terms in the modern world.

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Book Reviews, Books, Non-Fiction, philosophy

BOOK REVIEW: The True Language Of Love by Sean Azimov

Pages: 260
Published: May 2017 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Cover Rating: 4/5

“Often we hope that tomorrow will be different… and only find tomorrow being the repetition of today! Do you ever wonder why? The answer is simple, if you don’t like what you are getting… then change what you are doing.”

Some writers have a way with words, they use them in such a way that any reader who reads that text will feel empowered by it. Such is Sean Azimov’s The True Language of Love, first volume in the series of the Book of Life.

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BOOK REVIEW: The Art of Non Conformity by Chris Guillebeau

Do you want to decide for yourself with what to do in your life and create rules and live the way you want? Anyone who has the similar desire to be an individual should read The Art of Non-Conformity by Chris Guillebeau. This book conveys a simple message that might be hard to digest at times, but if you succeed in the process of digesting this message, you can pursue your dreams willingly. The message Guillebeau is wants you to focus on is there’s nothing wrong with being different. You don’t have to live your life the way other people expect you to.

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BOOK REVIEW: My Ideal Partner by Abbie Johnson Taylor

Pages: 174, Kindle Edition

Published: 2016

Genre: Nonfiction/ memoir

My Ideal Partner is Abbie Johnson Taylor’s new book. Its memoir about her married life, how she met her husband and their year of struggles together. You might know her from her writings and the interview I took two years before. You can read the full interview here.

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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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Bookish Tweets in June

Some of the books I read in the month of June that I tweeted about.

Sequel to Maestra by Lisa Hilton, will keep you awake at night. If does not, coffee will help.

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Authors, Books, Interviews

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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BOOK REVIEW: The Killing of Aarushi and The Murder of Justice by Rajesh Talwar

Published: 30 March, 2017

A deep, twisty dive in an interesting true crime tale of the decade!

How often do you read True Crime stories? I am always seeking one of them. They have a way of capturing my focus for the longest period of hours. Well most crime fiction does that to me, and if it’s true, the more real, the merrier reading hours.

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I am open to Book Review Requests

Hi People,

I’ll keep this short. I have been blogging now for four years and I have written numerous book reviews, interviewed some of the best selling authors (like The Martian’s Andy Weir). I publicly announce that I am open to give my honest feedback over your book/manuscript in the form a review.

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