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#BookReview: Hope & Sunshine by Debasmita Nath Ghosh

The Plot: Naina Grover is in a long distance relationship. As it progresses she realises that being in it is like being controlled from afar. Her boyfriend has access to her at all times, while whenever she wishes to connect to him he isn’t available. As she makes steady and remarkable progress on her career… Read More #BookReview: Hope & Sunshine by Debasmita Nath Ghosh

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#BookReview : Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows – Balli Kaur Jaswal

Pages: 301 Genre: Fiction Available in: Paperback and E-book Format The Plot: 20 year old Nikki is an Indian born London bred daughter of Indian parents. She does all that her Punjabi parents think she shouldn’t. She moves out of home, lives alone above a pub she works at, has a mind of her own and… Read More #BookReview : Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows – Balli Kaur Jaswal

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#BookReview : Notes from the Road by Shilpa Garg #BlogchatterEBook

Somewhere in the middle of the #AtoZChallenge I remember asking Shilpa Garg if she was planning to turn her posts into an Ebook. I must admit I was crushed when her reply wasn’t in the affirmative. As I read through her posts every day I was further convinced that these informative posts need to come… Read More #BookReview : Notes from the Road by Shilpa Garg #BlogchatterEBook

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Book Review: Tweeple of the Twitterverse by Ramya Gundala #BlogchatterEBookCarnival

If you a book lover and a regular reader like I am, you will agree with me when I say that we are always on the lookout for a book with a fresh plot and one that steers away from the norm stories. I came across the book Tweeple of the Twitterverse by Ramya Gundala,… Read More Book Review: Tweeple of the Twitterverse by Ramya Gundala #BlogchatterEBookCarnival

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Book Review: Healthy Recipes Cook Book by Deepa Gandhi #BlogchatterEbook

Food is a necessary requirement. Whether to sustain yourself on a daily basis, fuel yourself right as you work towards a healthier you or to relish each dish with pure delight. Food is life for some and life is food, for others. For many the word healthy and food don’t go well together. Healthy food… Read More Book Review: Healthy Recipes Cook Book by Deepa Gandhi #BlogchatterEbook

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#BookReview : Rasia – The Dance of Desire by Koral Dasgupta

Language: English Pages : 252 Genre : Fiction. Romance Available in: Kindle Edition and Paperback The Plot: Raj Shekhar Subramanian and Manasi are the perfect couple, in tandem with each other in all areas of life. Raj Shekar has big dreams and Manasi works towards making them come true. Dance is what brought them together… Read More #BookReview : Rasia – The Dance of Desire by Koral Dasgupta

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#BookReview : Calling Sehmat by Harinder Singh Sikka

Language: English Pages : 256 Genre : A fictitious account of a real story. Spy Fiction Available in: Kindle Edition and Paperback The Plot: A young girl is plucked out of college and asked to take over the mantle from her terminally ill father. That is when she realises that her affable father who ran… Read More #BookReview : Calling Sehmat by Harinder Singh Sikka

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#BookReview: The Subtle Art of not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson

The Subtle Art of not Giving a F*ck – A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life, is the complete title of the book. Pages : 224 Genre: Non-Fiction. Self-help. Available in: Ebook format, Hardcover, Paperback, Audio CD format The Plot: ‘In life we have a limited amount of f*cks to give. So you must… Read More #BookReview: The Subtle Art of not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson

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#BookReview: Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr Brian Weiss

Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient and the Past-Life Therapy that changed their Lives, is the actual title of the book. Pages: 224 Genre: Non-Fiction Available in: Ebook format, Hardcover, Paperback, Audio CD format The Plot: Dr Brian Weiss is a traditional Psychotherapist. A young girl, Catherine,… Read More #BookReview: Many Lives, Many Masters by Dr Brian Weiss

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#BookReview: Stepping Stones by Lubhna Dongre

Pages: 344 Genre: Self-Help. Motivation. Available in: Paperback and E-book Format The Plot: We have all been teenagers at some point in our lives. However, as you grow older the gap between you and teenagers, whether they are family, friends or acquaintances, grows too. To an older person teenagers may seem like an eternal mystery.… Read More #BookReview: Stepping Stones by Lubhna Dongre