Sunday, 31 January 2016

BOOK REVIEW: It's Okay to Fail, My Son by Vasant Kallola

BOOK REVIEW:- This book is rousing and supportive to the two guardians and understudies. The creator has exhibited the story as Father and child's relationship.

It gives a message

"We should respond to call which goes over our existence with joy, courage, and happiness, with most extreme preferring and delight."

This is a novel that subtle elements how scholastically normal understudies can end up being superior to the better than expected understudies with the correct information sources and support.It indicates how learning capacities of kids can be drastically enhanced with the correct sort of environment, patience, and inspiration with somewhat ad libbed methodologies.Finally, whatever one does, one must go for excellence.And what is the purpose of excelling, if it is not exciting, enriching and happy?

I am sure that you will enjoy reading it.I would rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Sunday, 17 January 2016

BOOK REVIEW:Our Impossible Love by Durjoy Datta


The book was not that much intriguing not surprisingly.

It was engaging , light read.The book is particularly implied for adolescents.

The story rotates around 2 people, Aisha Paul and Danish Roy.

It additionally manages the issues of youngsters, like periods, love, breakup , confronting others

There is a message composed of the book cover that Sometimes Love strolls in when you wouldn't dare to hope anymore.

The story has interesting components likewise, there is comical inclination. The written work of the writer is amazing.

Durjoy knows how to inspire the gathering of people extremely well.I WOULD GIVE THIS BOOK,4 OUT OF 5 STARS.

Sunday, 10 January 2016

Interview With :Sarvesh Tiwari Author Of The Last Curse

1. What inspired you to start writing? 
Writing is something which i always admired & since childhood i was a kid who loves to read & maintain his daily diary.
I always went to book stores & always lionize the authors with their creative novels... I guess the desire of having my named book in one of such shells is something which inspired me

2. What did you like to read when you were a boy?
When i was a little kid i loved reading comics in both english & hindi versions... Those classic thrills & mysteries makes me bemused to have a chimerical state of mind all over... So yeah i read mostly comics that time..
P.S. sometimes i read them now too..

3. What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?
I am a novice here & i might be a little in experienced to answer this but what felt is that the greatest challenge here is to dignify your fiction & to give your readers something worth reading.
Getting a story, managing characters, creating plots & most of all concentrating on  the story is something worth challenging

4. How much research do you do before writing the book?
 I had read too many thriller stories, saw some short thriller seasons & conceal all my thriller knowledge to write something which would be something ebullient to read for the viewers.
I had taken suggestions from many literal gurus regarding the book writing & other ideas for making a sound few hundred pages worth reading

5. What motivated you to write the book "The Last Curse" ? 
To be very frank here i had read a few novels who are terrible to read on first sight.. But still they were tagged as "best sellers" one..
So it gradually inspired me that 'if they can, i could do better'.

6. Can you tell us more about your latest book ? 
My latest upcoming book is "The Last Curse" which is published by Locksley hall publishing & is a thriller mysterical one.
It is a classic story & yet a little different from the ones you're been reading till now

7. How you take out time from your busy schedule to write this book?
I had started the idea of writing a couple of years back & was in Pune that time for my GRE preparations... I tends to attain tests & classes & at night before bed would run my fingers on my laptop for about an hour or half.
Still today whenever i get free from studies & work, i do write & read before going to bed

8. Who are your favourite authors?
My favourite authors are Lee Child, I am a huge fan of his character Jack Reacher.
Christopher C Doyle, David Baldacci, Fedrick Forsyth, Amish Tripathi
Ashwin Sanghi, Suhail Mathur & Nikita Singh.
These people i do believe are best in their own fiction sats.. and i respect them a lot

9. What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?
I would only want to say the young writers to have full confidence within yourself & write something which makes you to get a interest in your book & you would see & admire your work again and again... One don't have to get settled in writing according to 'reader's choice'...
When you write something different but still it amazes you, people definitely tends to like it too.

Sarvesh Tiwari lives in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh & was graduated in Mechanical engineering from CSIT, DURG
He had visited few top colleges in India for workshops & seminars in his engineering including IIT Kanpur.
He is a member of 'Green Life' an NGO for planting trees.
And right now a GRE & TOEFL aspirant with being an author as an avocation.

Sunday, 3 January 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Forbidden Desires by Madhuri Banerjee

BOOK REVIEW :-  I received this  book from the publisher. I have read the author's previous books and I thoroughly love enjoying reading them. This is the best read of 2016 .

By observing the front of the book, you can figure that the story must be about the profound wants inside the women.The story is around 4 wedded ladies Naina, Ayesha, Kavita and Kaajal who are not the same as each other and obscure to each other, yet to some degree they take after themselves in one way or other.

Naina conceived and raised in London to Punjabi Parents.Smart as the point with a Honors degree in English Literature.Supremely sexy.Uber cool. Long, dim hair. Met Mr.Kaushik, her significant other in London in a bus.Chatted for quite a long time. It was all consuming, instant adoration.

Ayesha:- Slim, Petite, and bloom like. Oval face.Almond eyes.Soft spoken.Demure.Loving, Caring.

Idealize housewife. Had an orchestrated marriage. Never adored her better half.

Kavita 39, tall, smooth, sensitive, wavy darker hairs, Twinkling eyes, sharp nose, holds a dim mystery, had love marriage to Gaurav.Regrets it till date.

Kaajal: 30, Lawyer, short, thin, delightful, wavy darker hair, grinning face, in a muddled relationship, loves to shop.

Presently their crossing point, figure when they would meet, what will happen at that point?

From bringing up youngsters to condemning husbands, diets to disorders, miscarriages to a mother in laws, renovating houses to plastic surgery, they would examine everything together and discussed everything. One of them trusted that her significant other was engaging in extramarital relations.

The plot is simply awesome.The portrayal is done well.

I completely adored this book and am certain that you will too!You unquestionably would prefer not to miss this one.

All in an each of them an extraordinary book, keeps u captivated up to the very end. I will be watching this creator, I can simply feel that she has quite a lot more to offer.
I would give this book 4 out of 5 stars.