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Book Review: ‘Hunted by Shadow’ By Michelle Heard

Book Review: ‘Hunted by Shadow’ By Michelle Heard

“Shadow” is that darkness which appears in a light. When time changes people leave their close ones, their love, their colleagues but one thing stays forever is their own shadow with the shadow of memories. And here in this book Shadow is getting hunted. First of all I am happy to see the different narrative style of storytelling. “Renzo” and “Skyler” are the centre of the story. But the main character is “Shadow”. Throughout this metaphor it changes its definition. Author Michelle Heard has kept this story in New York. Her writing style gives the feeling like a parallel world…
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Ana Huang And Her Book World!

Ana Huang And Her Book World!

When you wobble on the carpet at the entrance of the bookstore, the world of the fragrance of those fresh pages and the scent of creativity, gush through your veins. And then your hands twist at an angle to grab support and you land up on the series of Twisted. Everywhere you scroll or watch a review of Romantic books, you stumble upon the name Ana Huang. Ana Huang is a contemporary American writer best known for her novels and romances. Her most famous work is The Twisted Saga, which was published by the Author's Club. Her works have been…
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An Old Man Vs Wild: Exploring Hemingway Through Modern Prism

An Old Man Vs Wild: Exploring Hemingway Through Modern Prism

Man vs. Wild (2006-2011) the survival television series hosted by Bear Grylls on The Discovery Channel was based on Bear Grylls’ adventures in a region, mostly wild terrains – jungles, forests, or similar non-urban areas as he was left there stranded with his film crew. The series documents his efforts to survive and find a way back to civilization, usually under immensely difficult and life threatening conditions of some kind. Grylls throughout his journey shares successful and failed survival tactics, and techniques staying in the particular area while shooting a particular episode.  The Old Man and the Sea can be…
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Book Review: The Temporary Roomie

Book Review: The Temporary Roomie

In the delightful romantic comedy "The Temporary Roomie" by Sarah Adams, readers are treated to a tale of love, rivalry, and laughter that will leave them grinning from ear to ear. This witty and charming narrative takes readers on an entertaining journey through the lives of Jessica and Drew, two characters who, despite their differences, are about to discover that love has a funny way of creeping up on even the most unexpected pair. The story kicks off when Jessica finds herself in a rather peculiar living situation: her house is undergoing renovations, and the only available space for her…
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Book Review: “ The Flawed Girl”

Book Review: “ The Flawed Girl”

The Flawed Girl by Nisha Shenoy is a compelling and emotional tale that addresses the difficulties of balancing personal and professional life in a corporate setting. The story's protagonist is Itika Benegal, a skilled attorney with ANB & Associates. As a result of corporate politics and personal sorrow, she is caught up in them. Shenoy skillfully weaves together the protagonist's personal struggles and family secrets with the workings of a high-stress legal environment to produce a narrative that captures readers' attention from start to finish. The sincerity and complexity with which Itika's narrative is told make her an attractive and…
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Book Review: Twisted Tales and Turns

Book Review: Twisted Tales and Turns

In "Twisted Tales and Turns: A Journey through the Unexpected" by Smita Das Jain, readers are treated to a captivating collection of anthologies and contemporary fiction that will leave them on the edge of their seats. The book's diverse array of stories promises a thrilling literary journey, and it does not disappoint. Smita Das Jain's writing style is nothing short of impressive. Her prose is crisp and evocative, drawing readers into each narrative with ease. From the very first page, it is clear that Jain is a master storyteller, and her ability to craft intriguing tales is a testament to…
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Book Review: ‘You’re Just Not My Type’

Book Review: ‘You’re Just Not My Type’

Book enthusiasts seeking a heartwarming romantic comedy infused with genuine emotions, engaging banter, and an endearing cast of characters need look no further than "You're Just Not My Type" by Aarti V Raman. This standalone novel presents a refreshing take on the enemies-to-lovers trope, wrapped in a package of delightful desi cuisine, witty gamer talk, and a touch of interfering family dynamics. Niva, the spirited protagonist, is convinced that Max is anything but her type, and she's armed with a list of reasons that only strengthen her conviction. From his nerdy engineer fashion choices to his preference for bland dal…
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An Author’s Guide to LinkedIn to Amplify your Writing Journey

An Author’s Guide to LinkedIn to Amplify your Writing Journey

In a world where words are mightier than ever, authors are navigating an intricate web of digital avenues to propel their work to new heights. While social media platforms offer a bustling hub for self-expression, one platform stands apart, shrouded in professional allure: LinkedIn. Hold onto your metaphorical pens, for within the polished corridors of LinkedIn lies an uncharted realm of opportunities for authors seeking to wield their craft like never before. Often misconceived as a realm of suits and ties, LinkedIn is, in reality, a trove of hidden gems for authors to amplify their narratives, engage with an avid…
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Writing Erotica: The Challenges and Benefits

Writing Erotica: The Challenges and Benefits

Erotic literature has existed for centuries, its allure captivating readers with its intimate portrayals of human desire and passion. The art of crafting erotica is both alluring and challenging, demanding a delicate balance between sensuality and storytelling. In this exploration of the world of erotic writing, we delve into the challenges and benefits that writers face when penning tales that explore the complexities of human sexuality. The Allure of Erotic Writing Erotica, as a genre, holds a unique place in literature. It provides a safe space for readers to explore their deepest desires and fantasies, often acting as a medium…
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Book Review: “Welcome to Aaraampur”

Book Review: “Welcome to Aaraampur”

The lovely environment of a little hill village is explored in Welcome to Aaraampur: A Sleepy Little Hill Town by Dhruv Nath. The book immerses readers in the simplicity and quirks of small-town life, capturing the spirit of community, friendship, and every day joys. It is set in the serene backdrop of Aaraampur. Engaging narrative by Dhruv Nath creates a realistic picture of the people of Aaraampur and their peculiarities. The characters bring the story to life and make the town and its people immensely accessible and endearing, including Kaptaan Sahib, Pahalwaan Nai, and the flamboyant Chetu the painter. The…
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