Spoiler alert! This movie review is about a week late in coming but this is one movie we’ll still be raving about in the years…View More Movie Review: Avengers Endgame explained
When I read a bunch of hilarious books in the last quarter of 2018, I decided to share snippets and quirky reviews on them with…View More Book Review: Five humour books that’ll crack you up!
Like many millennials, Harry Potter and his courageous quest beckoned me at the oddest and most inopportune moments of my life, moments when I wanted…View More Movie Review: The Crimes of Grindelwald
In the November of 2017, I had published my first fantasy novella and was looking for ways to get the word out. The multiple rounds…View More BlogchatterProjects 2017 – what worked for me and how it did.
The book is clear-eyed right from the beginning as to what’s main story. The short travails of a sick teenager, the raging hormones that come into play when Tara meets her big crush, Sid, his inexplicable distance, merely days from his many sweetheart visits to her sick room; Rashi’s exuberance all add to conjure a tale that’s instantly relatable to a modern day teenager’s life.View More From one bibliophile to another: Why my pre-teen self would have loved “Growing Pains”
Although I have published two novellas, “Maya & the Mind Mystics” and “The God, The Girl and The Gem” before, compiling this short stories collection (THE COCKATIEL CONFESSIONS AND OTHER COLLECTED WORKS) was still special as it featured a lot of stories back from when I first started writing. “The Cockatiel confessions” was the very first short story I wrote in my journey to being a writer.View More A carnival of fun
“Tara” is the story of its namesake which chronicles events from birth to old age. The book deals in-depth with the prejudices of the conservative Indian society and the conflicts between the aspirations of new age Indians and the old, still existing conservatism inherent in the society.View More Book Review : Tara by Anshu Bhojnagarwala
80 hours to save Karen is the tale of a retired air commodore who desperately tries to save his granddaughter after she is rendered comatose. The author has done a great job in setting the entire tale against a supernatural background providing the right amount of spooky details as the protagonist struggles to make sense of a drugged apple look-alike rubber ball and a murdered village physician who attended his comatose granddaughter with a sympathetic cop in the background.View More Book Review: 80 hours to save Karen
A fun read, with tales ranging from hilarious family squabbles, time travel, football gangs and a hotshot PI, with a twist in the end.View More Book Review: Tales with a Twist
Hi folks. Thanks for stopping by. Most of you are familiar with my fiction blogs, sci-fi content and the occasional newspaper article. With all the buzz around my newly released book, I decided to let my characters do all the talking, describing what my novella is all about!View More Maya & the Mind Mystics book tour