Happy Birthday Mystery Queen- Agatha Christie

Wishing this extraordinary woman a wonderful 128th birthday, who left us a legacy of novels and iconic characters. What Christie gave the mystery genre was a foundation of plots and stories, twists and turns with magnificent portray of thrilling significance. During her time, Christie was the World’s best- selling author with her wanderlust novel ideologies…

Book Launch of “Woman and her muse” by Lopamudra Banerjee

  A day to remember, an evening to cherish forever. Yes, 25th August, Saturday was absolutely the best date in the calendar, and I just couldn’t leave my diary pages behind without writing few glorious words about this mesmerising evening. Getting an invitation from the author herself, I feel privileged enough to attend such wonderful…

Reader’s Review- The Bestseller She Wrote- By Ravi Subramaniam

Master storyteller Ravi Subramaniam delves into the glitzy world of bestsellers and uncovers a risky dalliance between a superstar novelist and his alluring protégé. The story of a storyteller Aditya Kapoor is described in every pages of this book, his life is a reflexion of a modern life fantasy. His more than perfect life is…

Dream meet with my favourite author -Ravinder Singh

I have been widely fortunate over the years to have met some of my favourite authors. And yesterday I got my one more wish fulfilled. Yes, he is none other than Ravinder Singh, the star of the evening. I had became his fan during his early days of writing “I too had a Love Story”….

Reader’s Review- A Murder in Gurgaon By Manish Dubey

A thriller fiction is always interesting and when it comes to a crime sequence, it gets more and more fascinating. The author Manish Dubey is a policy analyst with time for politics, cricket, sitcoms and PTA work. This one is his first work of fiction. Being a debut writer, this piece of story is something…

Reader’s Review- Will You Still Love Me? by Ravinder Singh

The book “Will You Still Love Me?” is a magical combination and a perfect blend of beauty, romance, sarcasm and a wonderful message for the readers. Having read all of Ravinder Singh’s novels , according to me, this one is surely be his masterpiece. I have rarely read a novel with social messages. But this…

Let’s find some beautiful place to get lost.

Yeah, my dream is to travel around the world. This sounds too common but I do have a dream to fullfill. One day surely I’ll travel the whole world, meet as many people as I can, one day I’ll definitely adopt new different cultures. I want to experience each and every thing which is there…

You’re only a book away from a good mood.

I find myself wondering, ” What turns me into bookworms, returning to words of book again?” That ‘thing’ which makes me feel sensitive towards books is absolutely a great mystery. Ravenously devouring a story and mourning it’s ending can be like falling in love for the first time. Yes, books are the real love of…

The memories of Tagore’s characters..

Being a Bengali girl, I had always grown up hearing Tagore, not just in our textbooks,in the vast body of his literature. And what struck me the most were the female characters, they are very much different from each other and really couldn’t fit into the conventional female generation of that time. The book Broken…

Book Launch- ‘A Book of Odes’ authored by Sri Nishi Kanta Sarkar

‘A Book of Odes’- authored by Sri Nishi Kanta Sarkar was launched at a wonderful event in the maker’s Loft, Ballygunge place. In the presence of chief guests Dr. Sanjukta Dasgupta ma’am and Anjana Basu ma’am, the ceremony of a poetry adda over a high tea was a successful one. The special performance by Akash…

Reader’s Review – “Let The Night Sing ” by Lopa mudra Banerjee

  “Let the night sing ” – poetic musings by Lopamudra Banerjee is a collection of 70 poems  , most of them  born as lunar musings in the wee hours of the night,  the poet,  sometimes as a child woman,  sometimes as a restless sojourner,  celebrates the splinters and  shards.. Introduction : “Bodies are visible…

Rains off a Smoky Sky- Reader’s Review

“Rains off a smoky sky” by Dr.Pritam Mandal are a beautifully described story of a life of a middle class girl. A young woman from a little village, Apurbopur, 100 kilometers from Kolkata, Anurita chooses to follow the untrodden path against the judgmental society. Being a very common village girl, Arunita did not hesitate to…

The Boy Who Loved – Reader’s Review

  “The Boy Who Loved “the blurb tells us that the story is dark and edgy, unlike Durjoy Datta’s other novels, it’s quite different in aspect of darkness and gloominess of characters. It was highly satisfying to read this book with strong characters and mesmerizing plots. This is the story of a sixteen year old…