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Book Review: Taped – A hard found love

By Navya D. Trust, respect, affection, honesty, transparency, and intimacy – both emotional and physical, are the least sought in any relationship, especially in a relationship that drives you bonkers over each other. Isn’t it insane that love knows no bounds, neither time nor distance and it transcends all boundaries just to experience the affection […]

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Calling all witches

5 Books with witches and wizards

By Navya D. Are your kids…Nah.. are you a fan of stories with witches and wizards? We have come a long way from Harry Potter, the first story that evoked our interest in magic, witches, and wizards. For a Harry Potter fan, who is already brewing potions, casting spells, and vrooming the broomsticks, stories with […]

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Book Review: ‘Women Who Misbehave’

By Shivika Nanda Don’t be shocked by the title when you first see it. This book is meant for all of us because everyone who reads will find a ‘misbehaving woman’ who they can relate to, who they love and adore for being an unapologetic being. This book is a collection of ten short stories […]

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Ten Years of Fifty Shades of Grey

By Shivika Nanda This book is a class apart for me. While it has got quite a few mixed reviews, the love and hatred for this novel is widely spread respectively. It’s a book meant for mature audiences. It is straightforward, unconventional and a little different from the usual romance novels out there. When college […]

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The Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

By Shivika Nanda If you are looking for a book on Indian Mythology then this is by far the finest and the most outstanding one. The Palace of illusions by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is a rendition of the epic Mahabharata told from the perspective of Draupadi. It is a beautiful retelling of the timeless Indian […]

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Two Mark Manson Books You Care To Give A F*ck!

By Shivika Nanda Save your precious little time mates because it’s time to start giving a f*CK! Yes, you read it right. This book is not about ‘not caring’ as the title suggests. On the contrary, the essential theme of the novel is about finding that one specific area that one wholeheartedly wants to prioritise […]

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Datebook by Anushka Mehta – A must-read guide on Dating.

By Pranjali Wakde The word ‘Dating’ has so many connotations for different people that it is next to impossible to fit it into a specific denotation. Simply speaking though, dating is where two people come together and decide whether the person is suitable to spend your whole life with. And yet, it is not as […]

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Review of ‘The Love Stories from Lockdown Days’

Review of ‘The Love Stories from Lockdown Days’

Quarantine has obviously impacted the world negatively; however, among its few pros, one of them is the birth of Lockdown literature. Lockdown saw a socio-cultural change globally, which became the inspiration for many texts spewed out by authors during that time. One of the amazing additions in this type of Literature was a collection by […]

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An Art of Being Grateful and other stories

The Art of Being Grateful and other stories

Review by Anushka Mehta.   We live stories and then there are some authors who believes in putting it down on a paper. A paper that would last longer than for the time we lived that story. Manali Desai, has taken an inspiration from such lived stories of life. While adding a spice to them […]

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The Swap

The Swap

Review by Anushka Mehta.   Shuma Raha in her Debut Novel is challenging the sacred institution of marriage among the Elite class of our society. Set up in the Capital city while its roots are in Kolkata. The Protagonist Priya Bakshi and Aakash are in their six year old marriage lacking all sorts of romance, […]

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