Waves, Sand and Magic is for someone who is in love and wants to bask in the glory of that beautiful feeling. Read it slowly to embrace the words and their meanings carefully. Reflect on those words, pregnant with sentiments, and relish the after taste for as long as you like.
The book is a collection of various musings, rants, opinions, and articles that the author shares on her personal blog. Though, the author writes voraciously, in Momsie Popsie diary we see a collection of the author’s most popular blog posts.
People wear social masks behind which they hide their real self, but usually, there are cracks in it, and with careful observation, you can see them for who they are. At the very core, this book offers 100 small things, methods, or tools to know and understand people better.
A Conflict in Thin Air presents an exemplary example of a well-researched book that captures the essence of not just the India-China border conflict of 1962, but also give us an overall purview of the geo-political history and diplomatic outlook of China, India, and Tibet.
Parth, a fresh graduate tries to find a job, but his low grades and lack of technical know-how make him an unsuitable candidate. Desolate and desperate, he decides to end his life, but a miraculous intervention by a mystic man propels him on a different path.
The Billionaire and the Monk is a book that offers simple and practical wisdom to everyone who wishes to implement incremental positive changes in their daily lives.
Princess is the story of Sultana and every other woman in the Saudi royal society whose life is perpetually controlled and managed by the men of her family.
The book talks in detail about the environment, ecosystem, sustainability and various human activities which are slowly deteriorating the planet.
The book instils in the reader the spirit to fight back, to never lose calm in the face of calamity and to not lose the vision of the goal.
The book itself is written in understandable and beautiful language. The inclusion of text from the real letters make the read more personal and wholesome.
I like the way “Jujube” doesn’t tend to preach. Instead, it reminds us of doing things that we already know of.
“Calcuttascape: Musings of a Globetrotter” is a book for those who enjoy simple nonfiction writing about everything under the sun – travel, business, society, customer service, award functions, literature, and much more.