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Mridula Gupta
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Book Review: Mango People in Banana Republic will entertain you through and through.

Blurb (as on Goodreads): Ravi Bhalerao is a top of the rung business strategy consultant struggling with two disquiets in life – a festering career disillusionment and a festering wound in his post…

Pi Agency (Rashmi Purohit, #1) by Neelabh Pratap Singh – Book review

Introduction: Detective stories are always fun to read and I always look forward to reading such kind of ...

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Finding Your Writing Flow by Sona Grover

Sona is an author and blogger, enthusiastic about books, travel and nature. She loves to experiment with different cuisines. She is fascinated by various folk forms and the stories shaped by different cultures. Simple and profound at the same time,

A New Dawn – Kamini Kusum | Half Baked Beans | Book Launch

A NEW DAWN" - Kamini Kusum's latest book with Half Baked Beans publication was launched in Delhi on 10th June, 2018. It was a great fun event organised by the publication house. Click on the link to read more

Book Review: Healthy Recipes Cook Book by Deepa Gandhi #BlogchatterEbook

Deepa Gandhi is a popular Bangalore based Blogger. She blogs at  where you could read about Parenting, Health, Travel and Food.

Sheetal Maurya
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The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman by Robin Gregory – Book review

Introduction: When the author proposed me to review this book, the book cover and the blurb instantly caught ...

Enakshi Johri
2 days ago

Book Review: Garuda and the Serpents by Arshia Sattar

Garuda and the Serpents Author: Arshia Sattar Publisher: Juggernaut Publishers Rating: 4/5 A culture without Mythology is not really a Civilization. ~Vilayanur S. Ramachandran We all have read the truncated forms of Indian Mythical narratives that have described various stories of Gods and Asuras. Still, there is a void in our bank of knowledge, for we haven’t found a book that narrates all the important instances in a simpler and more appealing form. ‘Garuda and the Serpents’ is a

Anuradha Goyal
4 days ago

Urnabhih: A Mauryan Tale of Espionage, Adventure and Seduction by Sumedha V Ojha

Book Review - Urnabhih: A Mauryan Tale of Espionage, Adventure and Seduction By Sumedha V Ojha. The story of a Ganika from Ujjain who becomes the key asset of Pataliputra during initial days of Mauryan Empire.

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