#TornadoGiveAway -A Forgotten Affair

Check all the Books Here   Name of the book: A Forgotten Affair Author: Kanchana Banerjee Read a review: Inderpreet Uppal Janaki Archana Sarat The Story: Sagarika Mehta walks out of her nine-year-old marriage, meets with a near-fatal accident and goes into a deep coma all on the same day. After six months, she wakes … Continue reading #TornadoGiveAway -A Forgotten Affair


#TornadoGiveAway Spotlight – The Last of the Firedrakes

Check all the Books Here Name of the book: The Last of the Firedrakes Author: Farah Oomerbhoy Read a review: Inderpreet Kaur Uppal Lisa Fallon Vikas Datta The Story: 16-year-old Aurora Darlington is an orphan. Mistreated by her adopted family and bullied at school, she dreams of running away and being free. But when she … Continue reading #TornadoGiveAway Spotlight – The Last of the Firedrakes

#TornadoGiveAway Spotlight -It must’ve been something he wrote

Check all the Books Here Name of the book: It Must've Been Something He Wrote Author: Nikita Deshpande Read some reviews: Sukanya Venkatraghavan Jahnvi Aditi The Story: When obsessive book-lover (ahem, book snob) Amruta – Ruta – Adarkar arrives in Delhi to work as a marketing executive for Parker-Hailey's Publishing, she learns that the world … Continue reading #TornadoGiveAway Spotlight -It must’ve been something he wrote

‘A City Fit for Royals’ by Shweta Sinha #TheCityasMuse Special Mention

This article of mine comes at the heels of a great personal loss. Nanaji… whose tales I grew up upon and who finds a mention here as well… this is for you.


As an IT professional, Shweta Sinha has been to several places around the world. When what is seen is not enough, she loves conjuring up worlds through her writing. Her stories and articles have been published on Kinooze.com, a children’s news website, and in Woman’s Era. There’s more from her at https://shwetasheel.wordpress.com. An avid reader, Shweta believes books complete her world that she otherwise shares with her husband, two boys, parents and an aquarium full of colourful fishes.

Comment: Shweta’s intensely personal and emotional piece on Kathmandu delves deep into nostalgia, but leaves a mark by making a poignant statement about the ethos of her city.


Houses crumbling to dust, the air resounding with haunting cries, historic monuments turning to history – these images rocked the world only months ago. While they shook every heart, mine bled with an unfamiliar angst. For the city of…

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