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The Illicit Happiness of Other People

my review:

The plot had me hooked from the start as it was a mystery to be solved and it put me in the shoes of a father who wants to make amends to his dead son for not being a good father while he was alive. 159 more words


Notes on the First Indian Novel in English

Author: Beloo Mehra (April 2015). Published in New Race: A Journal of Integral and Future Studies, Volume I (1), pp. 54-59.

First, a disclaimer. This is not a book review in the actual sense. 747 more words

Bankim Chandra Chatterji

Book Review of ‘Rivers Run Back’: a Gripping, Unputdownable Saga of Humanity

Book Review of “Rivers Run Back”, a collaborative novel by Joyce Yarrow and Arindam Roy 

A Short Review by Lopa Banerjee

Category: Fiction

Publishers: Vitasta Publishing… 323 more words

The Wings Of Poesy

Part-time Devdaas by Rugved Mondkar

Indian writing in English gets another metro read in the form of Rugved Mondkar’s Part-time Devdaas. If your idea of a metro read is something that’s fast, engrossing and fictitious, this one is a good buy. 591 more words

Contemporary Fiction

Writing A Novel In A Month - Camp NaNoWriMo April 2015

The April Session Of Camp NaNoWriMo is here and I am participating!

I’ve never participated in NaNoWriMo before, because, I never really thought that I had what it takes to finish novel. 488 more words


Ramayana Redux

This is my first review for Blog Adda as a part of their Book Review program; suffice it to say I’m sufficiently enthused about it! 513 more words

Book Reviews

Kitchen Refrains: In Memory of My Mother

In the loving memory of my dear mother Rama Bhattacharya on the auspicious occasion of her birthday today, February 26, 2015. A tribute to her unceremonious kitchen chores, her relentless housework and our long-distance phone calls, over which we have bonded over the course of all these years. 329 more words

The Wings Of Poesy