Book Review: Hats, Hoods and Humiliation by Hiranya Verma

Book: Hats, Hoods and Humiliation Author: Hiranya Verma Genre: Non-fiction, Self-help, Children, Motivational Format: Kindle Edition One summer day, the girl wore a nice Hat on her head and went to school. The Hat was big enough to protect her from the sunshine, but, it became an unnecessary burden, too. Whenever she went to the […]

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Book Review of Unlocked by Sonia Dogra

I fell in love for the first time in life when I was in my seventh standard in school. There was something that mesmerized me in the same way I was fascinated with the charm of fairy tales in my early childhood. But that time, I fell in love with the tales of time travel. […]

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Book review: An Ode to the Self by Darshana Suresh

Me: Do you have insecurities? I asked myself. My Mind: Yes, I have. A lot. Still. Ummm, not like that twenty two years old girl, not like her, but yes, I do have some insecurities still. Me: Do they actually hold any meaning for you, dear Self? Silence. I paused the conversation here and started […]

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Everyone Has A Story

“Coffee And Us”, a café where dreams blossom, hopes grow and finally, we meet a story that writes a beautiful journey of love, friendship, dream and hope. In her words, “It’s about you. Yes, you. Real and powerful.” Author Savi Sharma, a girl from Surat, wanted to tell a story to touch millions of lives, […]

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