Monday, 26 December 2016

BOOK REVIEW: TEENAGE DIARIES The Days That Were by Saurabh Sharma


BOOK REVIEW:- The story revolves around the protagonist - Ghanshyam who is a school student  
As usual he was like all other boys .
Vikram was his best friend . He was a dreamer and thinker.
He loved playing cricket .Cricket was his favorite sports.
He joined tution classes with the aim to spend time away from home.
In eight class  when he was excited as girls are going to join the school. 

Adolescence is usually associated with the teenage years.The average age of onset of puberty,there are many changes in the body.
When everyone wants to have freedom , try first kiss , to drink , partying ,enjoying life , 
to play prank with friends .

The story is blend of emotions - love, friendship,anger, loss, Grief, Passion, Betrayal, Innocence, Trust, learning lessons.
There are many funny elements in it. 

I like the character of Ghanshyam - cool, and naughty type (a spoiled brat) .
Very well written with excellent character development. I couldn't put it down and read it cover to cover in just a day.
I WILL RATE THIS BOOK 4.5 OUT OF 5 STARS. I will recommend this book to all.

BOOK REVIEW: The Ultimate Stress-Free Productivity Secrets: Get better in Business, Life and Relationships

BOOK REVIEW: -This book will guide you and motivate you
This book can transform your life. You will learn to gain and save extra time.
Do you want to be a productive person?
Do you want to be a productive person quickly?
Do you want to have more control over time in your life?
Do you want to make your life interesting and worth living?

Do you want to get better in life, business and relationships?

Numerous examples and illustrations are given in the book to make the readers understand it well.
What are the traits of Busy and Productive people to distinguish between them.
Approach to just-do-it & do-it-now. 

Many Productivity secret are given in each & every chapter , one of which is :
Always take healthy foods for proper health.

Always give more importance to your health

This book is indeed highly motivational and is a must read for everyone.
The complete book sticks to the theme and gives few wonderful insights. There are things that I would really want to adapt from this book. 
The writing style gives a calm and serene feeling.


Manikanta Belde is an autodidact who is interested in several subjects. He is currently doing his master's degree in business administration. He is an author of several fictions and non-fiction series. His other works include Quotes of Wisdom, The Rhythm of Life, The Last Tree of Wishes and Surprising Science behind Indian Superstitions. He began his writing journey at eighteen. He is a creative and innovative public speaker who has held discussions with students on topics such as creative learning, innovation, entrepreneurship, time management, etc. His passion for sharing knowledge and wisdom has made him contribute significant resources that have transformed and enhanced the life of people. All of his works are innovative, thought-provoking and helpful in all the possible ways.

Saturday, 24 December 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Is it Maya ? by Saikat Baksi

Received this book from the author in exchange for honest review.
The story revolves around the protagonist Maya.
Maya was arrested and tortured to confess the reality.
Veena is missing for 2 years. She was in middle of her graduation course of fashion technology.
Maya is married to David.
The case was any investigated. 

Maya unbroken several secrets.It was not clear whether or not David was her second husband or third ...
Also earlier she told that Veena was her sister and not her girl.

Who killed Veena ? There square measure several things which require to be verified .
A book that unbroken u biting city nails at the sting of city seat.

The plot is jam-packed with suspense, twists, and turns.
It will whole keep you guesswork
The expressive style is incredibly spectacular.


Friday, 23 December 2016

BOOK REVIEW: The God Factor: For Success and Contentment by Nitin Srivastava

Received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Honestly speaking this is the best I read.
The story has good to it.
It gives a lesson

It will manage you and help u for making progress.
Will take you on the correct way.
The book begins with a regular story be that as it may, later on after 3-4 pages its like Bhagwad Gita like Lord KRISHNA giving otherworldly lessons to Arjun.

It gives a couple of awesome bits of knowledge. There are things that I would truly need to adjust from this book.

It's unmistakable and brief. That is the thing that I loved the most about this book.

The written work style gives a quiet and peaceful feeling.

Downsides that let down the book - The story is short, I felt if the writer has included more story into it instead of concentrating on the otherworldly part.


Monday, 19 December 2016

Interview With- Preeti Choudhary Author of Shrieking Silences

1. What inspired you to start writing? 
Darkness around me and my revolting spirit.

2. What did you like to read when you were small?
I used to hide novels in my course-books. I was a marathon  reader of classics as a child

3. What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?
 Whatever a writers writes, people sometimes take it too personally to the writer’s own life. In reality, the pain, suffering and other emotions sometimes can just be a projection of observation of the world.

4. How much research do you do before writing the book?
I just read people. Unfortunately, I do not have to ‘search’ or ‘research’ for those dejected emotions. They are in abundance already.

5. What motivated you to write the book "Shrieking Silences" ? 
All these poems were haunting me, they were shrieking somewhere within and suddenly one day I realized they need satiation and they were out for publication.

6. Can you tell us more about your latest book ‘ Shrieking Silences’ ?  
 This book is an objective expression of, to and for the world. It’s universal and every person can relate to its poems. Humanity is the blood and body of the book.

7. How you take out time from your busy schedule to write this book?
I can’t write if I am told to write. These are just thoughts penned down while travelling, while waiting in staffroom, sipping a cup of coffee. They were as effortless as breathing.

8. Who are your favourite authors?
Frankly, I am such an easy to please personality that whom so ever I am currently reading becomes my favorite writer. But if you ask about all time favorites, eventually I end up with Girish Karnad (my all time favorite), Amrita Pritam, Shelley and the list goes on. 

9. What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?
Whole world may conspire against your voice. Let it breathe, let it shape. Read people and let people read you.

Preeti Choudhary, a single child to her parents, has seen life through her own spectacles. Her independent thoughts tinted with the philosophy of life are resplendent in what she writes. In her current position as a young English professor at the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, she has enlightened students with many awe-inspiring deconstructions. 
She has many national and international papers, articles and reviews to her credit. As an author of an academic book in literature she started her journey. Besides this, she has been working on women's issues beyond borders. Her doctoral thesis unfolds the lives of women in the Middle-East to the world. 
She is a wanderer and observer. Thus, Shrieking Silences is a brain child of her recollections and experiences in her soulful vagrancy. It welcomes its readers to her debut creative writing work. And this is just the beginning.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

BOOK REVIEW: A Thousand Memories by Vibha Vyas

Received this book  from the author in exchange for an honest review.
The book is divided into 3 sections- 
Roy , Rajiv and Rahul.
All the three men that affected her life in a different way.

The written work is straightforward. 

I discovered this story sweet, inspiring and adorable. There are passionate components in the middle. 

The story spins around the protagonist Riya. 

The story begins with normal school young lady who meets a person who always take after her, gazes at her 

Yet, never communicated his emotions or love. 
Richa never had a go at chatting with him. 

It was a light read an overall extraordinary YA book. 
This book truly influenced me. 
Yet, there wasn't much dramatization in this book. In any case, I am certain there are perusers out that who lean toward that. 
This story was more genuine/develop. 

Exceptionally elegantly composed with amazing character improvement. Truly puzzled. I would offer this book a major go-ahead.Yayy!!!
I loved everything about this book. Sometimes you have to lose it all to find the best.


Product details
Paperback: 200 pages

Publisher: Amaranthus Books 
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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Kashmir 90 by Vineet Mishra

BOOK REVIEW:-  Kashmir 90 the story revolves around the protagonist Shiv.
The story delineates the occasions that occurred in Kashmir in 1989-1990 that significantly influenced the lives of the general population and inhabitants living out there. 

Things were awful in the valley. Psychological militants slaughtered individuals 

Everybody cannot accept what was going on. 

Guardians had declined to send their wards back to school. 

Every one of the guardians who had sent their kids to school in Srinagar was stressed over the security of their children and no reasonable way was rising what might happen to the eventual fate of individuals. 
There was just expectation left. 

I like- 

  • Supporting character. 
  • The portrayal was done well. 
  • The method for Narration and composing was pleasant. 
  • The written work was straightforward. 
  • The fitting title for the book.

I will rate this book 4 out of 5 stars.