Guest Posts

Guest Post: Inderpreet Kaur Uppal on being an editor who writes

I met (virtually) Inderpreet when I became a part of the The Book Club. Inderpeet is a blog tour coordinator with TBC who relentlessly promotes authors and bloggers. So when she published her own book earlier this year, the first question that popped into my head was: How was the transition, from promoting other people's… Continue reading Guest Post: Inderpreet Kaur Uppal on being an editor who writes

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Book Blitz

Book Blitz: Mind, Body and Soul by Shree

It is pride month, and author Shree has announced the launch of her latest short story in the LGBT genre. Congratulations, Shree 🙂 I hope this book acts as the catalyst in empowering the much needed change in society's perception towards this community. Print Length: 30 pages Publisher: Flaming Sun (Indie published)  Publication Date: February… Continue reading Book Blitz: Mind, Body and Soul by Shree

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Truth and Lies of Ella Black by Emily Barr

When Penguin India sent me a mail asking if I'd be interested in reviewing this book, it had been a while since I'd read, and enjoyed, a YA-fiction. I've stayed away from the genre ever since clichĂ©d starred in every other novel.When I read the blurb of this book though, I was intrigued. The blurb… Continue reading Book Review: The Truth and Lies of Ella Black by Emily Barr

Book Reviews

Book Review: The Soldier Prince by Aarti V. Raman

Unlike popular opinion, romances aren't the easiest thing to write. This popular opinion, I think, puts more pressure on romance writers, but let's keep that discussion for another day. But there is this whole breed of authors coming up who are out to change people's opinions, show them that this genre is not 'shallow'. One… Continue reading Book Review: The Soldier Prince by Aarti V. Raman

Book Reviews

Book Review: Asmara’s Summer by Andaleeb Wajid

I discovered this personification of sass called Andaleeb Wajid when a line from her book When She Went Away was the prompt for a writing contest. And she has turned out to be such a wonderful discovery. From her Instagram posts to her novels, Andaleeb is a treasure to know. The Blurb Asmara's Summer is the story… Continue reading Book Review: Asmara’s Summer by Andaleeb Wajid