I’m not a television person and hardly watch any serials. The content doesn’t appeal to me and the monotonous storylines seem quite taxing. Recently I came across the trailer of ZEE5 Originals State of Siege 26/11 and was immediately interested with the subject of the 26/11 terrorist attack. I liked it so much that I… Read More State of Siege 26/11: A thriller based on real events
I’m a little bit of this and a little bit of that kind of person. I paint when the mood hits me, dig myself in books for days at times, go on a nature-clicking spree or cook up a storm in my kitchen. You get the gist? However, an intricate scuffle arises when two or… Read More Word of the Year 2020
Two and a half decades ago I shook hands with a friend and declared that we were best friends. Teenagers then, the whole idea was to claim exclusivity over each other’s time, gossip and have a ready shoulder to cry on. The term BFF or Best Friends Forever wasn’t coined till then (if it was,… Read More Why do we need a forever?
Hello everyone! As part of Blogchatter’s Ebook Carnival I’m happy to share a book review for one of a write, editor and blogger, Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma. About the book Publishing a book can be a long and tedious process, especially for first time authors. As the name suggests, this book raises and answers pertinent questions… Read More Book Review: Write. Edit. Promote. by Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma #BlogchatterEbook
Hello friends! Owing to bad health and then shifting homes I’ve reluctantly been away from my blog for quite some time. Although the guestpost for this month has been delayed by three days I’m happy to have an old blogger friend here who I haven’t met but seem to have a deep connection with. She… Read More Navigating the Parenting Labyrinth #Guestpost by Pranitha