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Musings of JigarBy: Rashid Azar
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28 Years A Bachelor, penned by Rasana Atreya, is a simple and a slightly funny tale set around a small village called Lingampally in Andhra Pradesh. Although the cover indicates that it might be the story of a 28 year old woman … Continue reading
The Archers Revenge is a self-published novel by Rajesh Kollu, a professional blogger from Chennai, who blogs at Destination Infinity. Guru, a powerful and cunning minister, gets 3 people killed from Renewable Energy Department when he is not assigned the portfolio. The … Continue reading
A Second Spring…brings new hope is the debut work of Sandhya Jane, who has been associated with the corporate world for about two decades, working for leading investment banks across continents. Avantika, lovingly called Avi, is a single mom and a workaholic who’s … Continue reading
Against All Odds is another wonderful romance novella, which is penned by JazzSingh and published by Indireads. Sanjana, a small-town girl from Kasauli, has just passed and is on her first interior designing project in Delhi. She doesn’t have much experience but is determined, … Continue reading
Girl From Fatehpur penned by Sarita Varma and published by Indireads is a short and sweet novella which falls under the genres of chick-lit and rom-com. Sana is from small-town Fatehpur, currently residing at Mumbai. She works at a company and Krish is her … Continue reading
Haveli is a romance novella set in Pakistan in 1971 where Chandni, who detests that name and stresses on being called as C, is a descendant of a rich heirloom. As her mother passed away soon after giving birth and her … Continue reading
A Scandalous Proposition is penned by Mimmy Jain under the pen name of M.M.George and distinctly falls in the category of Indian Mills & Boons. Yes, it has got the template, a rich obnoxious guy, a middle-class girl, sparks fly when they meet, lust overpowers … Continue reading
The Perfect Groom is a short and simple story set in a Tamil household and the situations described in it are daily happenings in most of the middle-class households in most parts of India. It’s the story of the various struggles … Continue reading
The Contract is a novella penned by a Pakistani author, Zeenat Mahal. I have read many authors outside of India, but seldom something interesting had come my way across the border except ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ a long time ago. And I didn’t … Continue reading