Dr. Gargi Bagchi Bhattacharjee is currently a faculty in the Department of Biotechnology, Amity University, Haryana. She is involved in research in the area of Cancer Biology and in teaching and training of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral students. Dr. Gargi intends to build fictional stories around such themes so that these are enjoyable and familiarize children and adults with everyday concepts in science.
10X Productive | Aseem Puri | Book Review
10 secrets to getting it all done – the subtitle says it all. With just over 37 pages, the book teaches so much about self-improvement, growth, and productivity in so little time. Written by Aseem Puri, a digital performance marketing expert, the book is ideal for non-readers and beginners.
Lulla Bai | Anuj Tikku | Book Review
Shanta Bai, a woman from a small village in Gujarat arrives in Mumbai to fulfill her dreams of leading a blissful life.But alas! The dreams that she had, start falling apart when she is unable to conceive. Hopeless and dejected, the guilt, the anger, and the unfairness of it all trigger something in her, and she exacts an evil price from the society that failed her.
The Night Shift | Alex Finlay | Book Review
The Night Shift is an unputdownable thriller that narrates the story of two teenage mass killings that takes place fifteen years apart. With well-rounded characters, fast narration, multiple points of view, intriguing backstories, and layers of mystery, the book makes for a highly entertaining read.
Cover Story | Susan Rigetti | Book Review
Lora Ricci, a scholarship student at NYU meets the charming and enigmatic Cat Wolff, a contributing editor who is also the rich daughter of an energy tycoon. Soon the two strike an uncanny friendship and Lora ends up giving up her term at NYU and dropping out to assist Cat as a ghostwriter. But before long she discovers the deepest, darkest, and shadiest version of Cat’s truth.
Why Should I Worry When I Can Face the World? | Shibu Nair | Book Review
Why Should I Worry When I Can Face the World? is a book that will be of immense benefit to people who are constantly worried about the future, or brooding over the past, while forgetting to live in the present. It is a book for the worriers, givers, self-doubters, and underconfidents of the world, and would especially appeal to beginners.
One True Loves | Taylor Jenkins Reid | Book Review
Emma Blair has been in love with Jesse ever since she first saw him in high school. Though Jesse takes his own sweet time to come around, eventually when they do fall in love, it is irrevocable, irreplaceable, and truly, madly, deeply kind of love. They know it in their hearts that it will last forever.
Except that it doesn’t.
Dewdrop and Banyan Tree | Ramachandran Rajasekharan | Book Review
Dewdrop and Banyan Tree is a beautiful collection that reflects the simplest of joys, the beauty of experiences, memories, and nostalgia, and rich life that doesn’t have to depend on money to be successful. It is a deeply insightful and profound collection, that I would certainly recommend to all lovers of poetry.
Ekta Sinha talks about her book | Interview
Simple living, and high thinking – this is the perception you get when you interact with a noble soul like Ekta Sinha. A graduate in economics honours, and with past experience as an economics teacher, Author Ekta Sinha is currently employed as a content creator with Prema Films.
Author Dr. Abhinav Atul talks about his debut book The Fourth Kiss | Interview
Author of the debut book The Fourth Kiss, Dr. Abhinav Atul is as versatile as his blog name, The Versatile Doctor, suggests. This tryst with versatility is best showcased on his YouTube channel, where he talks about a wide variety of subjects that include movies, shows, car care, cooking, gadgets, and physical wellbeing.
Sneha Sabu talks about her book | Interview
Meet Author Sneha Sabu, a changemaker whose ambitious goals have led her to positively impact the lives of children across the world. She is also the author of the children’s book Stay Safe with Ruby and Reuben, an illustrated book that aims to teach children about personal safety by ensuring interactive content and by initiating conversations around the subject.
Getting Granny’s Glasses | Ruskin Bond | Book Review
Mani, along with his father and granny, lives in a small village in the Himalayas, which is about a two-days journey from the bigger town of Mussoorie. The last time his Granny had gotten her glasses was ten years ago, and both Mani and his father know that Granny’s glasses have gone beyond repair and need to be replaced urgently.