Freelance Training by Amit Joshi | Book Review

Freelance Training: How to Crack the Freelance Training Business in India by Amit Joshi was published in 2017 by Indus Source Books. Blurb: Freelance Training: How to Crack the Freelance Training Business in India is the definitive guide for people wanting to make freelance training their career. Amit Joshi is a...

Short Stories You Must Get Your Hands On!

Short stories have such a fascinating way of capturing the reader’s attention, the entire plot woven within the framework.  They never fail to reel me in with all the characters and other elements playing their parts just right in order to successfully weave the story according to the vision of...

From Command to Empathy by Avik Chanda and Suman Ghose | Book Review

  From Command to Empathy by Avik Chanda and Suman Ghose has been published by Harper Collins. Blurb: As the world witnesses high levels of levels of world witnesses high levels of levels of witnesses high levels of levels of globalisation technological disruption and transient customer needs, organisations are struggling...

The Surrogate Lies by Shantanu Munshi | Book Review

Shantanu Munshi’s The Surrogate Lies was first published in November of 2017 by Half Baked Beans. Blurb: A dysfunctional writer, a hyperbole consultant, a Bollywood smitten driver and an over the top mysterious foreign man. They are strangers on an adventure and strange is their adventure. Their escapades are as serendipitous as...

Curse of the Sands by Martin Ferguson | Book Review

  Curse of the Sands is the second installment of the adventure series Relic Hunters By Martin Ferguson. It was published in July of 2017 by Little Bird Publishing House. Blurb: Thousands of miles away from London and The British Museum, in the mysterious Land of The Pharaohs, a pyramid has...

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society | Book Review

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows was first published in 2008.   Blurb: It’s 1946 and Juliet Ashton can’t think what to write next. Out of the blue, she receives a letter from Dawsey Adams of Guernsey – by chance, he’s...

Superwomen By Prachi Garg | Book Review

Superwomen by Prachi Garg was first published in January of 2016 by Srishti Publishers and Distributors. Blurb: In a nation that reveres women as goddesses of wealth, knowledge, power and infinite energy, there are a few who have gone on to prove why. Not only have they carved a niche for...