Mistress of Honour spins the yarns of a tale of love that includes two generations of the same family. First is the story of Potnis and Pansy, who met during an Operation. Their love gives birth to Rihana. Advik enters Rihana’s life and changes it completely. But after Potnis and Pansy’s story – Is Rihana ready for a relationship where she will always come second to the country? And what.
I have been following Namrata’s Blog “Privy Trifles” for quite some time. She writes well, infusing humour and wit with beautiful language. And so, I had to ask her for a copy of her book. Metro Diaries is a collection of 20 short stories with a common theme of love. The added attraction is that they are all based on real life stories! With that kind of USP of.
An extraordinarily humorous piece of writing, while keeping story line pinched up with emotions. A perfect entertainer wrapped with smarts wits, beautiful romance. Take a different air in books of romance, and read He fixed the match and she fixed him. Very realistically developed characters, which take you through a romantic breeze letting you to smile throughout with their smart wits. Author Shikha Kumar has brilliantly sketched the novel,.
Welcome to the front row seat to take a journey of one girl, Nirvi. Once a jovial and carefree girl, Nirvi’s life changes drastically when she is raped. While it is no fault of her own, she feels otherwise. She is victimized as the victim of a tragedy in this ‘wonder-ful’ society of ours. Now she lives life as a mere shadow of the person she once was –.
I had the chance to attend the book launch of ‘Kingdom Come’ at Bangalore. The author is a vivacious young lady who is very bubbly and articulate. She and her guests did a reading from the book there and it was enough to catch my attention. I knew then that if she writes half as well as she speaks, I would enjoy the book. Kingdom Come is a unique.
I love Jane Austen. Love, Love, Love. This love affair started much after I had read her first book. No, I didn’t start loving her work as soon as I read her first. It happened only when my Eng. Lit. professor explained to us, the various nuances of her writing, and her wit and her modern thinking. So when a book with a title like I Was Jane Austen’s.