Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Book Review: Love.exe by Manju Nambiar

Good day Book Lovers !
I am feeling super happy. Even you would, after you finish reading a Warm, fuzzy feeling kind of Romance novel. I finished reading Love.exe yesterday night at 4 am. Since then I am feeling super bubbly.
Good Romance novel gives you that Cloud Nine feelings, right? 
There are so many good things in the book, I am sure I will miss some of it.

Buy a copy and try to find some more ;)

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Get to know about the book at: Spotlight: Love.exe by Manju Nambiar
Read the Book Review of Manju Nambiar's First Book: Book Review: The Money Lender by Manju Nambiar

Read my review about the book below.


Nitya Balakrishnan is an intelligent and only daughter of her parents in Kerala. She has got accepted in the prestigious Stanford University and she is happy to start living the life of her dreams. But destiny has other plans. She is engaged and to be married to Ganpathy who lives in USA. But its not so easy. She departs from India with a broken engagement and parents worried about their little girl with a broken heart. 
She works hard, earns her degree and gets her dream job. But again Cupid has a different plan. It seems this technological geek girl Nitya who has set her heart to work on her career is soon going to get Love.exe installed in her life. She resists firsts. But when she wants to click 'Next' in the Installation process, there needs to be various upgrades and compatibilities tests.

Who is the lucky guy or girl in Nitya's life? What about her career and her life? 
Is the installation of Love.exe successful?

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What I liked:

Like I said, There are so many good things in the book, I am sure I will miss some of it. 

Firstly, this is the Second book by Manju Nambiar that I am reading. She has a knack for taking you along with her on the journey on her pages. Throughout the book I felt like my Little sister's or my best friend's story unfolds before me. I could connect to Nitya and her life. I adored Nitya a lot and then Ganapathy too. As Author Manju Nambiar mentions in Note from the Author, all the characters in this book have become part of my life too.

The behavioral traits for each character was flawless. Nitya's mom was a typical Indian mom, the grandma and aunties too. The father who seldom talks but dotes on his daughter. The mother-in-law who is pulled between traditions and her own love for the kids. The Groom who acts cool but is as perplexed as the bride or doubly so. The friends who know you better than yourself and can drive sense into your brain when it shuts down. 

Nitya is an intelligent girl, hard working and pretty too. I loved her geeky side and loved how she used the algorithms or logic method to solve problems. Pat yourself on the back, Manju. You got me ROFL with the code to confront Ganpathy. I also loved the way Balu explained, how do you know you are in Love. Fantastic analogy and you expertly weaved it into the story too.  Software engineers are going to be proud of you and love this book more :)

Ganpathy, I started falling for him too ;) in the second half of the book when he actually started showing his true self. This guy is a keeper, Nitya I wanted to shake her. My guy has dimples too, so you know why ;)

I relived my courtship period through Nitya. The episodes and incidents were very real and relatable. It made one feel like being in Love. All over again. Thank you Manju for that nostalgic trip. 

The finale and the Drama at the end was totally unexpected and had me laughing loudly at 3:30 am.

I loved the way the Kerala household and their lives are shown. Nitya and her mind's antics are hilarious. No wonder her mom could predict it before and warn her with her glares :D

The journey and hardships of studying, preparing for a foreign country, reaching there, adjusting to the new life, trying to ace the studies and earn your degree along with battling homesickness, loneliness and fear were very well sketched out. I had goosebumps many a times and felt like a protective older sister walking behind Nitya at each step.

The language is so good. The story so well written but long. There was a lull in the story when she is in her second semester but it picked up with a bang once she got the job. Hats off to the home team which comprises of Manju Nambiar's parents, relatives, friends who worked with her to get the book to beautifully cover so many details expertly.

The snippets of life advice and psychology made me gasp towards the 3/4th of the book. Each one was superb. The perils of Social media, true strength of a women is the group of women who support her selflesslessly. 

The true strength of a woman lies in the company of other women who selflessly support, encourage and promote her.
(Page 305). 

I also loved the Trivia section and the methodical way of explaining Tatvamasi. Bowing down to this wisdom.  True Self  love explained beautifully.

The description of each place is vivid. Even in her first book: The Money lender, Author Manju Nambiar transports you to each of the locations. In this book you travel to Nitya's grandma's house, then her room, the Standford university, Yahoo office, Napa Valley, Texas, Ganpathy's little hike.
I also liked how information about various places or topics is quietly added without making it theoretical. 

Full marks to expert Story telling Manju Nambiar. I am going to recommend this book to all my friends and especially Software engineers I know :D

What I wanted more:

Everything was perfect. 
More books from Manju Nambiar ;) that is for sure. 

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Friday, May 29, 2020

Spotlight: EDITING BOOTCAMP by Dola Basu Singh

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Authors and Publishers, Editing plays a major role in making a good Book. You need Volume 11: Editing Bootcamp from the Writer's Toolkit by The Book Club.

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Lots of books teach the craft of writing but not many focus on reworking, polishing, or self-editing. Learning editing skills shouldn’t be restricted to a privileged few. All writers should have access to strategies that can change a crude first draft into a polished work of art.

Editing Bootcamp will demystify the editing process by showing you how to spot and avoid common pitfalls, and correct the mistakes.

Inside you'll find:
•Actionable steps for all stages of editing.
•Seven fiction elements including structure, point of view, characters, dialogue and more.
•Handy editing checklists.

Take your writing to the next level with this concise how-to guide. Edit yourself into print.
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About the author

"Dola Basu Singh is a cozy mystery author and a professionally trained fiction editor. Many of her short stories have been published and she has won an Editor’s Choice award from Indiereads for her short fiction.

She lives in a small yet picturesque village in Punjab, India, and loves nothing better than to sit under the mango tree in her courtyard with a book in hand, sometimes day-dreaming and sometimes writing, when she is not otherwise occupied editing manuscripts or reading storybooks with her son."

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Sunday, May 24, 2020

Spotlight: Love.exe by Manju Nambiar

Good day!
Presenting Author Manju Nambiar's second book: Love.exe. I had read and reviewed her first book, a collection of five short stories in 2017. I was waiting for a full fledged novel. So here it is.
I am already reading the book. I am excited to see where Nithya's dreams take her.

Know more about the book below.
Also read my Book Review of Manju Nambiar's First book:  Book Review: The Money Lender by Manju Nambiar


If you are looking for a feel-good heartwarming love story with a happy ending, this is your right pick!

Nitya Balakrishnan, a young girl from Kerala had it all planned out. She was going to live the life of her dreams in the United States of America. And she thought she had nailed it when she was ac-cepted into one of the best universities in the world. But the cosmos had other plans and con-spired to drop love.exe into her.

He came with a bang and stole her away in a breath. Love was not quite there in her agenda, but her heart wouldn’t hear of it. The human heart has its own little brain with its strange logic that remains elu-sive to our reasoning. For once, she just let it be, only to realize that there is no undo but-ton.

This coming of age, a beautiful tale of love, relationships, and dreams would prick your soul, bring a smile to you, and tear up your eyes. A must-read!

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About the author

"My work is mostly reflections on the society with a satirical flavor. The characters in my book are people you can easily connect to and have met all your lives. I try to make the read entertaining, light and pleasant. To me, writing is a medium to spread comfort, positivity and good hu-mor.

I have had a racing mind since childhood, which does all kinds of analysis, interpretations and conclu-sions of everyday mundane events but have always held my tongue tight for fear of sounding politically incorrect. I found writing to be a perfect platform where I got to finally vocalize my thoughts and ideas. 

Manju Nambiar hails from the southern state of Kerala, India. A computer engineer by profession, she now works in one of the leading firms in San Jose, California where she lives with her husband and daughter. Her hobbies include reading, hiking, playing with her daughter and catching up on the latest technologies and trends in the Valley."

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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Book Review: Gobsmacked by Sundari Venkatraman

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Gobsmacked (Book 2: The Groom Series) by Sundari Venkatraman

Another bestseller from Publishing house: Flaming Sun and by Author: Sundari Venkatraman.
This is her 46 th book. Gobsmacked is Book 2 in The Groom Series. 
Know about the Book at: Book Blitz: Gobsmacked by Sundari Venkatraman

This story will actually Gobsmack you. 
It has all the elements I love.
Spirited Female Protagonist, a Supportive Partner, Following one's Dreams, good mushy love & love scenes ;), obstacles, some twists and turns.
Read the below review and tell me if you agree with me :D
Do you want to read my Book Review of  Book 1: Groomnapped?
Here it is: Book Review: Groomnapped by Sundari Venkatraman


This is story of Radhika and Amit Sharma. They meet when Amit and his friend Ameya orchestra a Groomnapping so that Ameya can marry Surekha. Surekha and Radhika are sisters whose father is a poor carpenter in Bihar where dowry system is hugely prevalent. 
Amit knows its love at first sight when he sets eyes on Radhika. He pursues her and proposes to her. They have a long distance love relationship for 5 years with him in Mumbai and Radhika in Bihar.
They get married and are a happy husband and wife in Delhi. The Mother-in-law is dead against the marriage since she considers Radhika a village idiot who is unfit to be her sophisticated son's wife. She leaves no stone un-turned in showing her dislike to Radhika. But she is smart enough to not let Amit know about this. Radhika too keeps mum. She doesn't want to agitate her husband who works hard and long hours.
After two years, Amit comes home to find a two line note from Radhika stating They should not be together and she is leaving. Radhika waits for her husband to come and get her. But Amit is too upset by the turn of events and stews in anger. Both live an estranged husband wife life for 22 months.
Will they ever get back together? How can two people in so much love just go separate ways? What was the cause of this? Will the mother-in-law live in peace now?

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What I liked:

This story will actually Gobsmack you.
It features a spirited female protagonist, Radhika who is the true 21st century Woman. She did not give excuses or retaliate but picked herself up and made her dream come true. No mopping around and waiting for her Mr. Perfect to come rescue her.

 Mr. Perfect or Amit Sharma, on the other hand did not impress me much. First half I wanted to knock him out with a bat. How can you not see what's happening right under your nose? Wait for 22 months? I can throw at him all the bad words I know. Second half he did some corrective measures so I will let him off.

The characters are few but all played their part well. Shanti or Devil in law was perfect & real. I also wanted to shake up the Father in law. How retired can you be? Like father like son? Sister of Radhika was perfect & so was her husband.

I wanted Radhika's Parents to do something but again it's a 21st century novel where Parents let the children live their lives.

I'm getting all emotional because I could see all these characters in front of me.

What is a romance novel without love scenes, right? This one is advanced level. Go figure : D Sundari, my husband is going to be cross with you soon. He needs his sleep. My late night reading your books disturbs him ;)

The language is good & simple. I wanted the story to go faster but the flow is consistent.
Thumps up for adding a social cause message to the story, Sundari. Nicely & briefly described how Radhika walked the talk & made her vision into a reality.

I loved how you showed her enriching & upgrading herself step by step & not stopping. I wanted to lectures her for bearing the abuse for almost 2 years. But she had her reasons.

Also this can be seen in real life too. I wish ladies do take this story as an example & make their own lives happy. Build your tribe. Women can help more Women become stronger & create wonders.

What I wanted more:

Same points I mentioned above. 22 months is a long time to cool off and try to sort your life.
What were both sides of parents doing?
What were these two love birds doing for 22 months, after being in a relationship for five years before marriage and two after marriage?
Now waiting for Book 3. ;)

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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Book Review: The Grandmaster & Other Short Stories by Chinmaya Desai

Greetings Booklovers,

 Book: The Grandmaster & Other Short Stories by Chinmaya Desai

Its raining Short Story collections for me. I am not complaining ;)
Short stories are difficult to write as most well known Authors say. But it seems Short Stories are more sought after these days by readers.
A full fledged novel alternated with Short stories makes up for good number of books read in short time. Shh... That is what I am trying to achieve.

Lets welcome Debut Author Chinmaya Desai with his Debut Book: The Grandmaster & Other Short Stories. It is collection of 17 stories. Yes, these are short stories which end with a twist if not a bang. But they are written very well.

 Book: The Grandmaster & Other Short Stories by Chinmaya Desai

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17 short stories. Each ends with a quote from a famous personality or proverb. I liked how it sort of ends with a singe.

What I liked: 

I enjoyed reading this book. I kept it on hold for a long time. I am regretting that now. Sorry Author Chinmaya Desai.

Short & crisp stories. Each ends with a twist or a bang. Also love the quote or dialogues to mark end of story.

Each story is compact yet descriptive. They are written on myriad topics. About middle class life. About aspirations. About dreams. About Legacies. About human psychology. About crooked workings of human minds. About topics like Gay community or female infanticide.

The language used is a good and a lot of thought has been put in the stories about human psychology.
The language and story flow are very important in a book. Debut Book having these qualities is a good sign.

I laughed at the smart way to include your own name in the story, Chimaya Desai. Like Subhash Ghai's cameo appearance in his movies 😄 I was looking for those appearances in most stories.

The stories are so real-life. It felt as if your friend is telling you about a neighbor or something he/she heard. I was also trying to find connections and how the Author must have first thought about these stories. You have to read the book so you understand what I am trying to say 😀

The stories make you sigh, grin or introspect. Each a good one. I cant pick a favourite. But the first : Grandmaster is truly the Best. I also loved : The Foreign Trip, The Politician, The Woman in the Yellow Saree. The other stories are great & must read too.

What I wanted more:

More stories. An Interview where we can discuss these stories and how you thought about them.

 Author Chinmaya Desai

About the Author:

Chinmaya Desai is a banker by profession and a writer by passion. Inspired by how seemingly insignificant aspects become so significant to us, he narrates stories which have a surprise at the end.

Apart from writing, he is an avid gym enthusiast and loves to travel. Chinmaya lives in Mumbai with his parents, spouse Anuya and his two children, Puneeth and Saanchi.

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Saturday, April 18, 2020

Spotlight: Benign Flame: Saga of Love by BS Murthy

Good day everyone,
Introducing BS Murthy, a veteran author and a multifaceted personality, who approached me for Book Promotion because he read my blog. I'm super happy and honored. Here I'm sharing details of his maiden novel, out of ten books penned by him, so that you can engage with some compelling characters in an effective plot unfolded in a literary language.

Benign Flame: Saga of Love by BS Murthy


The attractions Roopa experienced and the fantasies she entertained as a teen shaped a male imagery that ensconced her subconscious. Insensibly, confident carriage came to be associated with the image of maleness in her mind-set. Her acute consciousness of masculinity only increased her vulnerability to it, making her womanliness crave for the maleness for its gratification.

However, as her father was constrained to help her in becoming a doctor, she opts to marry, hoping that Sathyam might serve her cause though the persona she envisioned as masculine, she found lacking in him. But as he fails to go with her idea, she becomes apathetic towards him, and insensibly sinks into her friend Sandhya’s embrace, for lesbian solace.

Soon, in a dramatic sequence of events, Tara, a suave call girl, tries to rope Roopa into her calling; Roopa herself loses her heart to Sandhya's beau Raja Rao, and Prasad, her husband’s friend falls for her. And as Prasad begins to induce Sathyam to be seduced by whores to worm his way into her affections, Roopa finds herself in a dilemma. However, as fate puts Raja Rao into Roopa’s arms in such a way as to lend novelty to fiction, this ‘novel’ nuances man-woman chemistry on one hand, and portrays woman-woman empathy on the other.

Book Mentions:

Who said the novel is dead; 'Benign Flame' raises the bar as vouched by -

The plot is quite effective and it’s a refreshing surprise to discover that the story will not trace a fall into disaster for Roopa, given that many writers might have habitually followed that course with a wife who strays into extramarital affairs - Spencer Critchley, Literary Critic, U.S.A.

The author has convinced the readers that love is something far beyond the marriage tie and the fulfillment love can be attained without marriage bondage. The author has achieved a minor revolution without any paraphernalia of revolution in the fourth part of the novel – The Quest, India.

The author makes free use of – not interior monologue as such, but – interior dialogue of the character with the self, almost resembling the dramatic monologue of Browning. Roopa, Sandhya, Raja Rao and Prasad to a considerable extent and Tara and Sathyam to a limited degree indulge in rationalization, trying to analyse their drives and impulses – The Journal of Indian Writing in English.

Overall, Benign Flame is a unique attempt at exploring adult relationships and sexuality in the contemporary middle-class. All the characters come alive with their cravings and failings, their love and their lust. Benign Flame blurs the lines and emphasizes that life is not all black and white - it encompasses the full spectrum of living - Indian Book Chronicle.

About the Author:

 Author BS Murthy

BS Murthy is an Indian novelist, playwright, short story, non-fiction 'n articles writer, translator, a 'little' thinker and a budding philosopher in ‘Addendum to Evolution: Origins of the World by Eastern Speculative Philosophy’ that was originally published in The Examined Life On-Line Philosophy Journal, Vol. 05 Issue 18, Summer 2004.

BS (b 27 Aug 1948) was schooled in letter-writing, and having graduated to articulate his managerial ideas in thirty-odd published articles, in 1994, beginning with Benign Flame: Saga of Love, he began penning fiction with the ‘novel art'.

Later, he fashioned two more ‘plot and character’ driven novels, Jewel-less Crown: Saga of Life and Crossing the Mirage: Passing through youth that was before switching over to the narrative non-fiction with Puppets of Faith: Theory of Communal Strife.

After versifying the Sanskrit epics, Vyasa’s Bhagvad-Gita (Treatise of self-help) and Valmiki’s Sundara Kãnda (Hanuman’s Odyssey) in contemporary English idiom and ascending Onto the Stage with Slight Souls and other stage and radio plays, he returned to fiction with Glaring Shadow - A stream of consciousness novel and Prey on the Prowl - A Crime Novel to finally reach the short story horizon with Stories Varied - A Book of Short Stories.

While BS's fiction had emanated from his conviction that for it to impact readers, it should be the soulful rendering of characters rooted in their native soil but not the hotchpotch of local and alien caricatures sketched on a hybrid canvas, all his body of work was borne out of his passion for writing, matched only by his love for language, which is in the public domain as free ebooks in umpteen ebook sites

Some of BS’s published articles on management issues, general insurance topics, literary matters and political affairs in The Hindu,The Economic Times, The Financial Express. The Purchase, The Insurance Times, Triveni along with his ‘Addendum to Evolution’ are available at

BS, a graduate mechanical engineer from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, India, is a Hyderabad-based Insurance Surveyor and Loss Assessor since 1986. He takes keen interest in politics of the day, has an ear for Carnatic and Hindustani classical music and had been a passionate Bridge player.

BS is married, to a housewife, with two sons, the elder one a PhD in Finance and the younger a Master in Engineering.

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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Book Blitz: Gobsmacked by Sundari Venkatraman

Good day!
Taza Taza Book details. Sundari Venkatraman has released her 46th book.3 days ago. Fresh hot off the Press. Lets get to know about Gobsmacked. Book 2 in The Groom Series. I remember reading Groomnapped. Gobsmacked is its sequel.
Excited to read this one soon.

 Book: Gobsmacked by Sundari Venkatraman

Print Length: 133 pages
Publisher: Flaming Sun (Indie published)
Publication Date: March 29, 2020
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
Genre: Romance

It would be great if you can add this book to your TBR

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The city bred Amit and the village-born Radhika fall in love at first sight, getting married three years later.

Looking forward to a wonderful life with her husband and family in Delhi, Radhika begins her new journey with stars in her eyes…

…only for things to come crashing when Amit’s mother Shanti ill-treats her. Hating her small-town daughter-in-law, Shanti is determined to break her son’s marriage from Day One.

And it looks like she has succeeded when Radhika leaves her husband one fine day, apparently giving him no explanation for her action.

While Radhika waits for her husband to pacify her and take her back, Amit is too hurt and upset to even contact her.

Will the heartbroken couple ever get back together? Especially after being separated for nearly two years? And even if they did, will Shanti let them live in peace?

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 Author: Sundari Vankatraman

Sundari Venkatraman is an indie author with forty-six titles to her credit, which have sold more than 1.75 lakh copies around the world. Her books consistently feature in the Top 100 Bestseller Lists on Amazon in both Romance and Asian Drama categories. Her latest romance novels have all been on the #1 Bestseller slot in Amazon India for over a month.

As a child, Sundari loved to read books with ‘lived happily ever after’ endings. They were all about good triumphing over evil. As a teenager, her favourite books were romance novels from Mills & Boon. She was fascinated by them, so much so that she began to visualise the stories set in India.

Sundari was forty when she began her writing journey, completing the first draft of her first novel in thirty-five days. She has not looked back since.

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Books by Sundari Venkatraman which I have reviewed:
1) Book Review: The Malhotra Bride by Sundari Venkatraman
2) Book Review: Meghna by Sundari Venkatraman 
3) Book Review: The Runaway Bridegroom by Sundari Venkatraman
4) Book Review: The Madras Affair by Sundari Venkatraman
5) Book Review: An Autograph for Anjali by Sundari Venkatraman
6) Book Review: The Smitten Husband by Sundari Venkatraman
7) Book Review: His Drunken Wife by Sundari Venkatraman
8) Book Review: Her Secret Husband by Sundari Venkatraman
9) Book Review: Rose Garden International by Sundari Venkatraman
10) Book Review: The Casanova's Wife by Sundari Venkatraman
11) Book Review: Her Bohemian Husband by Sundari Venkatraman
12) Book Review: Simha International by Sundari Venkatraman
13) Book Review: Matsya: The First Avatar by Sundari Venkatraman
14) Book Review: Groomnapped by Sundari Venkatraman
15) Book Review: Her Prince Charming by Sundari Venkatraman
16) Book Review: Love in Agartha by Sundari Venkatraman

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