Later that night she kept the rose in her notebook. As a bookmark of her life tragedy, reminding herself the grudge to stay on her will and not letting it break. She wanted to see the rose over and over again, to picture the happening again and analyze where she went wrong and what she’d … Continue reading Love is, as it is.
When did you last heard a story? Last night? Or hour before? Today I felt an urge to tell you the same. Story of a kid who grew up to be a man of guts who neglected to face down. Story which we; or some among of us are seeking. To which we can relate … Continue reading The boy who lived
I sat near the front door on the couch, turning pages of the local daily. As a routine activity, I dug my eyes upon the first headline on the first page, it read, “Friend rescues boy attempts to suicide as completion of Blue Whale game”. It seemed nasty after a 16-yr-old Mumbai boy was pushed … Continue reading “I Play Blue Whale”
Chetan Bhagat has blown the reading market, gaining indian market’s largest readership. In his recent book, One Indian Girl, which can probably be his next movie for sure, talks about feminism, ideology and male dominated society. One Indian Girl, for Chetan Bhagat fan, it would be a night to spend with and for other readers … Continue reading Feminism at it’s best – Chetan Bhagat’s One Indian Girl – Book blog
Savi Sharma is the India’s fastest rising author in the self-publishing era. A storyteller who flushed youth’s mind with the aura called – SUCCESS. Savi Sharma debuted with ‘Everyone Has A Story’ which became best-seller; which was fore taken by Westland Ltd and second book 'This Is Not Your Story'. Savi Sharma, a CA aspirant … Continue reading 5 Reasons why TINYS is good for your mental health