Hardaul Ek Bharatiya Yuva ki Soch | Book Review

I remember very well that I used to steal money from my mother's hidden corridors of savings. Before you make perceptions about my character, I used to do it for purchasing books! I love reading since the time I learned how to read. Hindi books helped this habit and made me an ardent reader of Champak, Nandan, Nanhe Samrat and some Dhruv Comics series. With time, English literature too joined [...]

By | March 21st, 2017|Books|0 Comments

19th Akshauhini algorithm of the Gita Simplified | Review

What could be a day more auspicious than this day - Basant Panchami and Saraswati Puja. On the one hand, we welcome a new season - the king of all the seasons, the spring and on the other, we worship the goddess of wisdom and intellect, Devi Saraswati. I chose this day to write once again about a wonderful book on Gita that I have received from Haribakth, the author [...]

By | February 2nd, 2017|Books|1 Comment

Book Promotions & Marketing: Online Reviews, Digital Space & All You Need to Know

Book Promotions & Online Platform: My Experience It has been two years since I started working in the field of book promotion & author marketing, back in January 2015. In my journey as a promotion specialist, I have come across different kinds of challenges. The most common among them is the challenge of giving a book the right kind of digital treatment it requires. Which is, if you know the [...]

By | January 16th, 2017|Books, Digital Branding|0 Comments

Blood in the Paradise | Book Review

Blood in the Paradise: Book Review How much can you suppress something which is meant to bounce back, to say, a spring? When the energy within reaches the zenith, it bounces back and bounces back with such a strength that the person who has suppressed cannot resist! Something like this you will get to read in the book by Madhav Mahidhar, the author of Blood in the Paradise. This is [...]

By | January 3rd, 2017|Books|0 Comments

The Allegorical Expedition by P Satyadeep: Book Review

"This is why Dhyana is so important, it allows you to know who you are as a person, and what you are capable of and what's the right thing for you to do." Now, believe me, I wasn't at all hoping to have a chance to read a novel which lets me explore my inner self so passionately like this novel The Allegorical Expedition (a quest for truth) by P [...]

By | November 29th, 2016|Books|0 Comments

Mother Teresa Canonized or Crucified: Book Review

Buy the Book:   Writes Gerard in his book Mother Teresa: Canonized or Crucified: "The head of the church should follow Mother Teresa's simple life style. He should forego his luxurious life in the palace, gorgeous dresses, and special protective soldiers and renounce his spiritual living. He should live in an ordinary house and start to lead a simple life." Now, I am not a scholar of the Christianity; [...]

By | September 28th, 2016|Books|0 Comments

Finding The Raven Book Review

Patty Dickson Pieczka is a well-known author and poet. Expecting something quite interesting and quality literary production from her is nothing wrong. Her latest book - Finding the Raven, has once again switched on the forgotten films of the 'days passed'. Patty has used the central theme of St. Louis World's Fair wonderfully in her book but has quite successfully intruded into the lives of people in the beginning of [...]

By | September 25th, 2016|Books|0 Comments

Jestus on Rampage Book Review

Jestus on Rampage: Book Review by Alok Mishra I read Jestus on Rampage and was left bemused with the pinch of satire and a mock-epic style of narration. It'd leave you with laughter, serious questions and of course - a self-searching! AN Overview of What's in The Book Although the author hints us in the blurb that Jestus on Rampage is a 'superbly amusing read that [...]

By | August 21st, 2016|Books|4 Comments