“Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” This quote by C.S. Lewis plays on my mind time and again. If you’ll ask me of that one thing that has played a tremendous role in my life, I think it’s going to be books, without any doubt. It’s through stories… (0 comment)

Each one of us is suffering from ‘Big Boss’ fever. And as much as we crib about the politics and loudmouths in the show, we love to watch it every night at 9pm religiously. Well, that was about all the drama and all that jazz. But what I’m going to mention here is a step… (0 comment)

Different books, different stories, different perspectives and different learnings. But one thing is for sure, every book teaches us something special. Following the same line, last month Buy Books India did an amazing campaign that went with the theme ’30 Things Books Taught Us’. And as I read all the reasons it mentioned, I thought… (0 comment)

Going gaga over selfies! Is the above line going well with your current state of mind? If yes, then don’t miss out on what I’m going to tell you next. Leveraging this selfie fever to their favour, many brands are every day coming up with the ‘selfie’ contests. But here’s what beats ’em all. Listen… (0 comment)

Soak into Books While It Rains Outside!
Reading is an activity that you can enjoy anytime, any day and any moment. But sometimes things play as a catalyst and throw you into the ‘I’m dying to read a book’ state of mind. Weather is one such catalyst. Well, speaking of weather, monsoon is the time when the reading bug bites you way… (0 comment)

10 Emotions That Every Reader Experiences
Lately, I noticed quite a lot of gifs going around in the internet. Interactive and in your face…such is their appeal! So, I thought why not sum up the emotions that a reader goes through while reading! And here are the top ten expressions that you’d find familiar: 1. Reading is nothing less than a… (1 comment)

How Well Do We Know Indian Authors?
Ask anybody to name few English novelists and the reply will mostly be Jeffrey Archer, John Grisham or Dan Brown. Never would anyone come up with Kiran Desai or Jhumpa Lahiri! It might be just my imagination but if you pay a little attention, you’ll know that it’s definitely the case. May be Indian writing in English is a bit less triumphant but you can’t really blame it… (0 comment)

Maya Angelou by Maya
Maya Angelou…Well, who can write about this writer better than Maya herself? With seven autobiographies, she has surely given the world a glimpse about her life. Each autobiography offers the reader some personal insights about her life. And it’s indeed a bliss to turn through every page of her life. So, here’s my attempt to give you a glimpse on what… (0 comment)

R.K. Narayan… The man behind ‘Malgudi Days’
Malgudi Days… Each one of us must have watched this famous TV series, I am sure. But unfortunately, we have forgotten the man behind this classic piece – R.K.Narayan.   Such is the status of the man that if you talk about legendary writers of the early Indian literature in English, R.K. Narayan will always be mentioned along with Mulk Raj Anand and Raja Rao. Best known… (0 comment)