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

Book Review: Job Be Damned by Rishi Piparaiya

If only all management books read like this, surely this genre would have more readers as takers. I must make a confession here that I generally avoid self-help books of sorts, and prefer to lay my hands on fiction. Yet, this book came as an exception. Rishi Piparaiya’s Job be
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Book Review: Job Be Damned by Rishi Piparaiya

Book review: Pyjamas Are Forgiving by Twinkle Khanna

When Mrs. Funny Bones (aka Twinkle Khanna) announced her third book, it stirred a reasonable amount of excitement amongst readers. Despite her second book not really garnering great reviews, readers were willing to give her yet another chance. For, the title “Pyjamas are Forgiving”, piqued everyone’s interest. To me, it
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Book review: Pyjamas Are Forgiving by Twinkle Khanna

Here There and Everywhere- Sudha Murty’s 200th Book

Her books are rather simple, and often aren’t considered to be masterpiece literature. Yet, I still read them. For, there exists in her stories an element of honesty, an underlying thought that gets me into an introspective mode. Here There and Everywhere is Sudha Murty’s 200th title published. The book
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Here There and Everywhere- Sudha Murty’s 200th Book

Lessons from a Tenth Birthday

My first born turned ten over the weekend, which means it’s a decade since I’ve become a parent. Ten years ago I breathed through all my contractions and saw that tiny bundle of flesh in my hands for the first time. And as cliché as it may sound, at that
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Lessons from a Tenth Birthday

World Around Me

Literature-Fiction

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