What A Blind Date With The World Taught Me

It was the hour prior to bed. As I sat exhausted on the couch after the day’s chores, I noticed the mail alert in the notification area of my mobile. Impulsively, I opened it to see the most unusual invitation in my inbox. It was an offer to go on
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What A Blind Date With The World Taught Me

How Do You Like Your Newspaper?

I confess. I have nothing less than an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), when it comes to the morning newspaper. Now before you arrive at the conclusion that I am one of those individuals who fret over sipping that morning cup of coffee while skimming through the pages of the daily news,
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How Do You Like Your Newspaper?

Home Fire By Kamila Shamsie- A Man Booker Longlist

“Contempt, disdain, scorn: these emotions were stops along a closed loop that originated and terminated in a sense of superiority.”  ― Kamila Shamsie, Home Fire The complex web of thoughts is often so difficult to untangle. When mixed with religious, political and radical thinking, it becomes nothing but a fatal concoction. Home fire by
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Home Fire By Kamila Shamsie- A Man Booker Longlist

The Shooting Star By Travel Blogger Shivya Nath

She isn’t a new name in the world of travel blogging. In fact, Shivya is already an inspiration to all those who love to dream, travel and write.  Her blog https://the-shooting-star.com documents her globetrotting experiences, and has garnered a huge fan following. Today it is considered to be one of
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The Shooting Star By Travel Blogger Shivya Nath

Mango Cheeks, Metal Teeth by Aruna Nambiar

After a couple of disappointing reads, this month finally gave me a book worth talking about. With an interesting title, “Mango Cheeks, Metal Teeth” is the debut fiction of Aruna Nambiar. The book took me by surprise with its brilliant style and content, bringing back my lost faith in Indian
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Mango Cheeks, Metal Teeth by Aruna Nambiar

World Around Me

Literature-Fiction

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