Category: Books

Top 6 Self-help Book Recommendations

Hello folks!In my previous post, I discussed some thoughts and tips with regard to reading self-help or self-improvement books. In this post, I write about my top 6 favorite books under this genre tha...

Best Romantic Books to Read By Indian Authors

Romance is one of the most liked and popular genre types among all. These types of genres primarily focus on the romantic relationship between two people and the emotional and optimistic endings. Here...

Tips to Read Self-help Books

The world of self-help or self-improvement books is a league of its own. Whether you want guidance on an area of life that you would like to improve on or are simply looking for suggestions from those...

Must Read books for students

Today I am gonna tell you that super powerful 11 must read books for students you must read. See in my view every book gonna teach us something new and valuable. Reading can’t be waste of time in any...

Author Answers Kayelle Allen #SciFi #Romanc

Romance from another planet but love is universal. Today I feature Kayelle Allen on Eloquent Articulation. She shares some tried and tested tips for writing, book marketing, and being a consistent aut...

The Guest List by Lucy Foley

‘Inis An Amplora-the island they all speak about as the dead place, the haunted isle, as though it exists only as history’The Bride, Jules has only one sincere wish, that her wedding be everything tha...

Book Review: With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo

Emoni Santiago is a teenage mother to a beautiful baby girl named Emma and granddaughter to an amazing ‘buela. Belonging to Black Hispanic ethnicity — from Puerto Rico living in Philly aka Philadelphi...

Book Review of The Girl Made of Gold by Gitanjali Kolanad

The Girl Made of Gold by Gitanjali Kolanad published by Juggernaut Publishers is a mind-blowing book. It’s a book that literally made me crazy. I was trying not to shut my eyes and complete the book f...

Book Review: In by Will McPhail

In. is a graphic novel by New Yorker cartoonist, Will McPhail. The artwork stands out primarily as the author has successfully incorporated the millennial generation’s woe in connecting with people de...

Book Review: The Authenticity Project

Ever thought how a confession can turn your life around? Especially when you write it in a notebook and hand it over for a stranger to write theirs and pass on? This book is pretty much right when it...

Book Review: The Complete MAUS

I am so excited! In today’s post, I have pestered my best friend to send in his thoughts about a book which he recently got on his birthday. This is his take on why you should read Maus—a graphic nove...

Dylan Thomas Prize 2020 Blog Tour: 'Stubborn Archivist' by Yara Rodrigues Fowler

When your mother considers another country home, it’s hard to know where you belong. When the people you live among can’t pronounce your name, it’s hard to know exactly who you are. And when your body...