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We Are Afghan Women – Voices of Hope

Having read enough and more fiction, with Afghanistan as the central theme, I thought I knew all there was to know about what the country had endured. Add to that … Continue reading

March 28, 2016 · Leave a comment

The Bookseller by C. Robert Cales

“It’s our story, Frank. I wanted to document everything, and with my ability to trace people back into their past, I put together a complete picture of all of us, … Continue reading

March 24, 2016 · Leave a comment

Kidding Around NYC by Suzanne Roche

“It’s called KIDDING AROUND for a reason. Yes, it’s written for kids (you guessed that, right?) but it’s also entertaining and full of unusual details and fun information. If you … Continue reading

March 20, 2016 · Leave a comment

The Two-Family House by Lynda Cohen Loigman, reviewed by Ines Rodrigues

A Two-Family House is Lynda Cohen Loigman’s first novel and we can just hope there’s more to come. The story enwrapped me from the very first paragraphs, when the reader … Continue reading

March 17, 2016 · Leave a comment

River Of Flesh, edited by Ruchira Gupta

River of Flesh is an anthology on the prostituted woman in Indian Short Fiction, and each of the twenty one stories in this collection is riveting and horrifying. In ‘Woman … Continue reading

March 14, 2016 · 1 Comment

You’ve Got The Wrong Girl, Sreemoyee Piu Kundu

Some love stories begin like this….two strangers meet in the backdrop of the romantic Taj Mahal at Agra, feel connected, fall in love, and live happily after. But what if … Continue reading

March 13, 2016 · Leave a comment

Books to Read this Women’s Day

Check this list for 5 awesome books that you must read – on Women’s Day this year, or anytime before the next Women’s Day!!

March 9, 2016 · Leave a comment

The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper by Phaedra Patrick

“He was once Arthur Pepper, beloved husband of Miriam and devoted dad to Dan and Lucy. It was so simple. But now he said that to himself, it sounded like … Continue reading

March 7, 2016 · Leave a comment

The Portable Veblen by Elizabeth McKenzie

“…….By thirty, she had managed to put away the simmering loneliness of childhood, finding relief in things outside herself, such as in skillfully tending family members who were scattered and … Continue reading

March 2, 2016 · 1 Comment