Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Guest Post: Why 12 characters? How did you come upon this number? to Jatin Kuberkar

Good day!
The Book Club presents Book Tour of Cabbing All the Way by Jatin Kuberkar
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The Question we asked Jatin as our Guest Post:

Q: Why 12 characters? How did you come upon this number? All the best with your books :)
A: The book is based on real incidents. It is a catalogue of a crazy journey that we shared together for about four years. We traveled in a Winger. It has 12 seats and so there are 12 people in my book too. There is nothing I did deliberately to ‘come up’ with a number. Every character is based on a real person. Their mannerism, their behavior and the way they react to situations are such thatthe readers can relate them to a person in their own lives. Each character in the book has a quality that makes him/her unique, they have their own habits, thoughts, they speak in a slang of their own- at times even use colloquial tongue. I tried to retain their natural charm by not over doing or diluting the characters with unwanted strokes of fiction. I wanted to bring out a ‘Reality Fiction’ and not a ‘Fictional Reality’
Talking about the number of characters, actually there is a thirteenth character too...any guesses who?J (Hint: a vehicle needs to be driven)
Well, the Driver is also one of the important characters in the book. He cabbed with us too. He started his day with our trip and ended with ours. Our daily motivation in the morning also influenced his start and the fun in return journey busted his stress too.

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Book Review: Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right by Varsha Dixit

Good day Romance Lovers,
Diwali Dhamaka ! This book and its predecessor books in the Right & Wrong series can form your Diwali Dhamaka Reading gift.

The Cover confirms it by 1 point. The Blurb will help you buy the book, point 2. If you have read even 1book of Varsha Dixit, I dont think I need more points to convince you of my claim.
So lets know a little about the story and then continue with my review ;)
Story: Spotlight: Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right by Varsha Dixit
More about Varsha: Guest Post: Any other Genre you would like to write apart from Romance in the future?
Other Posts for Varsha Dixit:
Spotlight: Right Fit Wrong Shoe by Varsha Dixit
Book Review: Wrong Means Right End by Varsha Dixit
Book Review: Only Wheat not White by Varsha Dixit

Gayatri Dutta aka Guy, gets what she wants. She is the picture of a spoilt, rich, moody, vindictive.... girl. She is also the sister to Nikhil and family he never had, fortunately for Gayatri. Sneha and Nandini are fast friends, like death-cant-do-us-apart-types or as Guy says, they are capable of toppling over governments. Sneha is married to Nikhil since one year and settled in nicely, calling Gayatri as family though it was opposite a year ago. Nandini is married to Aditya, who dropped Gayatri off his life on their engagement day for Nandini, earning Gayatri's scorn.
Nikhil & Aditya are joint investors in a multi-million project, whose head scientist is Viraj aka Mad scientist or a Con. Viraj has lot his drive and is getting all investors nervous about the project.
Gayatri is getting cornered by her adamant father into marriage to a groom of his choice. She needs to prove herself to her father and herself. Easier said than done, for the spoiled Diva.
Viraj has to get his work and project on track. Gayatri is put in charge of Operations for his office/lab.
Will Gayatri be the 5th person to be fired in 2months or will she hold her ground?
Viraj sees everything he despises in Gayatri, but each time they lock horns which is frequently its a battle of wills and desires. What will win desire or will?

What will be Gayatri & Viraj's Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right equation finally ?

What I liked:
Like I posted the Warning in Book Review: Wrong Means Right End by Varsha Dixit here it is again:
Warning: You will have a grin plastered on your face at all times when reading this book. You will have bouts of hysterical laughter and hoots, so be sure to get ugly looks from family and people around. My hubby was sure to take me to a shrink soon but he knew from experience of 2years now, it will be back to mood swings in 2-3days.

Haha, I loved the full book and now the entire series. I am curious to know now will Varsha have more book in this series?

The Characters are continued from the previous books and more enhanced. Each one makes you proud to know them. They have matured in this book, each one of them.
I liked Nikhil's softer side as a Dad and his naughtiness intact with Sneha as her sleazeball ;)
Sneha & Nandini, handling family and their advertising business makes me want to pat their backs. Way to go my Buy one Get one free, package deal :)
Gayatri, I loved her evolution from start of the book till end. Wow, whoever said first impression is the last impression, needs to revise that saying. Same goes for Viraj.
I loved both of these characters, so different and complex too.
The other side characters played their parts well too. Strangle Mr. Dutta, ask Mrs. Dutta to spine up, knock sense into Sana, pat Viraj's mom for being a super-woman, kick those goons,....

The story goes at different speeds for me. Apart from the getting-to-know-Sana phase I was hooked to each page. There were a lot of grammatical errors but they didnt irritate me or loosen the grip on the story.

The chemistry and love scenes are sizzling hot ;)

The humour and quotes are hilarious. I can quote many:
'And if Sneha is in, I'm in ! We are like the "har tyohar dhamakedar". Buy ine get one free, package deal.'
The Bull and lal chaddi reference....
Sneha and Nikhil's kinky texts/talks ;)
The TT match like banter between Guy and Viraj.
The vada pav episodes...Especial Vada pav...Hot...Icecream !
Spoiler Alert: The baby and delivery talks, episodes were ROFL. My hubby wants me to bake the scotch, tequila & vodka cupcakes now :p Ask if the baby is out, next time to a mom-to-be-in-delivery-room. ROFL !

Again in this book too Varsha has subtly given the message of Standing up for yourself, Woman Empowerment, Self-defense, Abuse in terms of parental pressure, Make the world a better place one day at a time and last but not the least: Love yourself first and be Proud of yourself, so that you can love another fully.

After reading this book, I so feel like being a Super woman, baking, caring for my family, multi-tasking, enjoying the small things in life and being Grateful for everything :) Thank you Varsha for that.

What I wanted more:
Grammatical errors to be corrected. I am sure Varsha and Rupa Publishing house will get them rectified in next edition.
I was irritated with Gayatri and Viraj's heartbreak long period. But I was nodding my head when Gayatri explained her reason for shutting out Viraj, Good job Guy !

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Saturday, October 22, 2016

Book Blitz: With You I Dance by Aarti V Raman

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The Book Club brings to you the Book Tour of Aarti V Raman's With You I Dance. This is her 3rd book and we are very excited to read it.
I got my copy, have you? Do read and review #WYID.

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With You I Dance
Aarti V Raman


Meera Sagar had everything—the perfect job as a principal ballerina (for a prestigious New York ballet company) and a man who loved her as much as she loved him. But tragedy struck on the night before her biggest performance, forcing her to do the one thing she never wanted to do—come back home. To Mumbai.

Now, a year later, Meera is still trying to pick up the pieces, while fending off marriage proposals from her well-meaning but traditional Gujarati family, and figure life out all over again. By starting a ballet school in Mumbai. But she has two problems. One, she doesn’t know anything about running a business. And two, she can’t dance. Not anymore.

Enter . . .
Abeer Goswami. Hotshot junior partner at a South Bombay law firm and a man nursing a broken heart. When he meets Meera again, the woman who left him, he tries his hardest to be her friend, to help her . . . and not let the past get in the way.

And then . . .
There is the sexy Zoya Sehgal. Meera’s only friend in the city and the woman Abeer is currently seeing. They say triangles have pointy edges, for a reason. Will Meera find a new dream in her ballet school? Can Abeer and Meera find their way back to each other again? And, most important, has Meera danced for the last time?

With you I dance is a warm, funny, at times heart-rending, love story of second chances, true love, and finding yourself when your dearest dream has vanished.

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About the Author

Aarti V Raman is an established novelist in the romantic thriller genre (White Knight, Kingdom Come) with her third book, a contemporary romance titled “With You I Dance” out soon with Fingerprint Publishing.

29 years old, she graduated from Mumbai University in 2007 with a degree in Mass Media focused on Journalism, which provided her the perfect background for conducting sound research on any project. She then went on to study Creative and Professional Writing at Deakin University in Melbourne for post-graduation in 2008. It was there that she learned to hone her craft and lifelong ambition of writing romances that had strong characters and stronger stories that remained etched in the reader's minds.

While waiting for her big break, Aarti pursued commercial writing and gained a vast amount of knowledge (from fishing tackle to soft toys) that she claims have helped her with molding better stories. Her first novel "White Knight" was published by Leadstart in 2012 and gave her the impetus to continue writing. In 2013, her work was excerpted in the Tamil Edition of Mills and Boon novels. And in 2014, her short story "Post-Coital Cigarette" was chosen to be part of the Rupa Romance Anthology "An Atlas of Love" curated by bestselling author Anuja Chauhan.

Her latest novel "Kingdom Come" (Harlequin MIRA) has enjoyed a brief stay at the bestseller lists in Amazon India. Her work is represented by Red Ink Literary Agency, Delhi. And very recently, she was a speaker and panellist at the Goa Arts and Literary Fest 2014, Vth Edition.

She is currently expanding her skill set to include copy editing, content marketing, and creative writing workshop that help her explore the wonderful world of words in various forms.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Guest Post:Misadventures of the Non-Writing Kind to Adite Banerjie

Greetings People!
We love to know more about Authors, more of their fun side. So here is a fun-fact question we asked Adite Banerjie and we got to know about a thrilling train ride she had :)

Misadventures of the Non-Writing Kind

Q: One of the most adventurous thing Adite has done in life apart from becoming a Writer :) 

A: I enjoy traveling and visiting new places as much as I enjoy writing. While I don’t get enough opportunity to indulge my wanderlust, I have been fortunate enough to visit some offbeat destinations. Since many of these peregrinations have happened as a solo traveller I have had quite a few adventures.
My first trip abroad was to Hungary and it was one adventure that will stay etched in my memory. I was boarding the train for Vienna from Budapest. And I was struggling to lift my suitcase. A kind man tapped me on the shoulder. “Do you need some help?”
I was surprised and I politely refused. However, the man insisted and helped me with the suitcase.
Once inside the train I marvelled at how beautiful the train was. It was spick and span with its wide windows were spotlessly clean. As I watched the pretty Hungarian countryside pass by I was making plans for my short stay in Vienna. The ticket collector came by and asked for my ticket and documents. I fished into my purse for the wallet containing my papers. My heart missed a beat. The wallet was gone.  I looked again but no, it wasn’t there.
I tried to explain that I had lost my wallet to the ticket collector. But he shook his head, indicating he didn’t understand English. None of my fellow passengers could speak English either. It was a disaster. Here I was on a train from Budapest to Vienna with no identification, no papers, no train ticket and no money! The tears though were not far away.
The ticket collector rattled off something incomprehensible in Hungarian and went away. A few minutes later he came back with a lady who could speak English and I explained my situation to her. After a few minutes of back-and-forth conversations,  I was offloaded at the first station. The ticket collector got off with me. The station was nothing but a strip of cement with rail tracks in front of it. All around were fields extending into the distant horizon.
“Lost” – the true meaning of the word hit me like a ton of bricks. I felt well and truly lost. And it came with a huge dose of fear. I was in a foreign country with no documents. Holy Mackerel! It was then that I realised that the “kind man” at Budapest station who had helped with my suitcase had also helped himself to my wallet!
After a long wait another train, which was heading towards Budapest, stopped at the middle-of-nowhere station. The ticket collector waved me in after he had spoken to his colleague on the train. Luckily for me, traveling on the train was an Indian couple from the US. They sympathised with my situation and were kind enough to accompany me to the railway police station. There, the three of us struggled to communicate with a lone police officer who didn’t speak a word of English. Finally, after much brandishing of arms and sign language, he allowed me to make a phone call to the Indian embassy in Budapest.  Soon after, the embassy sent over a car to fetch me. And I could finally breathe easy! That adventure—or rather misadventure—however did not kill my appetite for traveling. Go figure!

Thank you Adite for the cool and thrilling recounting of your train experience. Glad you still keep the travel bug alive :)

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Monday, October 17, 2016

Book Blitz: Second Chance at Forever by Summerita Rhayne

Good day people !
Summerita Rhayne's latest release is being showcased here. Other books by her:
Book Review: More than Just Desire by Summerita Rhayne
Tornado Giveaway 2: Book No. 27: THE ELIGIBLE PRINCESS by Summerita Rhayne
Book Blitz: His Christmas Delight by Summerita Rhayne

Second Chance At Forever 
Summerita Rhayne


What happens when the terrible twos come in threes?

Stuti loves being a mother to her triplets, but it can be a harrowing routine. She's even more submerged in the craziness when she takes them and her mom-in-law for a trip to Rajasthan, the land of the erstwhile Thar desert royals and their palaces. After the passing away of her husband, she feels she owes it to her mil to take her to her favourite holiday. In the Amber Palace, her reckless toddler rushes onto a modelling shoot. As she picks up her daughter who has tripped over a gorgeous zardozi sari, her gaze clashes with that of the man she'd hoped never to set eyes on again in her life.

A passion that threatens to set fire to more than just her senses
Revath was everything she wanted in a man, but six years ago he chose to walk away from her. Now he wants to be back in her life. When she knows he doesn't want the same things in life that she does, would she be wise to let anything rekindle between them? Is it already too late for rethinks?

Desire that has to be denied
Revath knew the moment he met Stuti again that he couldn't just let her go. But Stuti is absolutely the wrong woman for him. It was proved six years ago when they chose diametrically opposite ways for themselves. He doesn't believe in forever, so what's he doing asking her for a second chance?
Can three little miracles be a barrier to two people finding love?

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About the Author

Summerita Rhayne writes contemporary and historical romance with lots of emotional conflict. She first got published in 2013 and has won contests with prestigious publishers such as Harlequin and Harper Collins India. Her pet belief is, if the inspiration is strong enough, the story characters will find a way to make the writer pen them down, even when writing time is in short supply. When cerebrally confronted with the sizzling interaction of two Alpha characters, the only way to get peace is write their book!

At heart, she's a family person and even though she loves her medical teaching profession, she happily becomes a homemaker when not at work. She loves winding down with music, romcoms, cricket (strictly watching only) and social networking

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Book Review: The Smitten Husband by Sundari Venkatraman

Goood day People!
Sundari Venkatraman, our Indian Mills & Boon Queen has brought out Marriages Made in India series. It has 5 novellas.
The Smitten Husband is Book #1 in this series. The pleasant surprise is, the novellas are based on previous characters.

The Smitten Husband by Sundari Venkatraman
The Smitten Husband by Sundari Venkatraman

Book #1 The Smitten Husband is based on the elder son Ram Maheshwari and his wedding to Sapna. We were introduced to the Maheshwari family in The Runaway Bridegroom.
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The Story:
The Maheshwari's are relaxed now that their daughter Chanda has got back her Runaway Bridegroom Ranveer and happily married since 1 year. They are a close, down-to-earth, wealthy family settled in Jaipur. Now they are looking for a bride for 29 yr old Ram, their eldest son. Ram is obedient, handsome, wealthy by his own hard work and owns the biggest jewelry store in Jaipur which he himself built, caring, loving, responsible  person. The parents work is made easier when astrologer they have immense faith in, suggests the alliance of Sapna. Sapna and her family are very poor. Sapna has completed school and helps the family's income by taking up mehendi orders which she is very good at. She is 25yrs old, a dreamer but a confident, grounded, hardworking, feisty girl. She knows her family's condition, the pressure on her parents to get her married, how they cant afford to give dowry, her 2younger brother's schooling,... So she dreams and waits for her Prince charming to come and swoop her away.
Ram and his family come to see Sapna. Ram is drawn to Sapna with one look in her grey eyes and the mehendi on her hands calls to him. He never knew love can happen at first sight. He is besotted to say the least. He explains his desire to marry her in the 2nd meeting. His family relieve Sapna's parents of their burden by declining any dowry and taking up all expenses of entire wedding.
Sapna cant see her Prince in Ram and she cant deny her parents. She is mentally forced into the marriage, you can say. After the wedding, she sets out her terms of marriage to Ram. The ever cool Ram, is in a boiling rage now. Sapna, thinks Ram doesnt care for her. Ram, is trying to understand Sapna's stance and what he did wrong. Both are portraying the happy couple picture to the families.
But how long will this drama continue? Will Sapna loose herself and her identity after marriage? Will Ram ever be able to show his Love to her before he turns bitter ?

What I liked:
The shortness and crispness of the novella. I have read novels and short stories by Sundari. This Novella is also perfect in size and plot. Yes, I can be greedy for more, but after reading it 2 times I think I like this size too :) The story flow is steady. Language is simple and good.

Even in this quick short novel Sundari has managed to describe 2-3locations vividly: Pushkar, Madurai, KodaiKanal.

The characters are main essence of Sundari's book. In this one too, there are so many of them. Each endearing, funny, real-life like, relatable. I liked the way Chanda, Ranveer's story and characters is given importance without overshadowing the main story. Also how both the parents and their opinions are weaved in without sounding preachy. Ram's character starts getting depth with each passing chapter. My better-half is his twin I think ;). Yes, but I still feel Ram is Dumb like all men. Read our post with Sundari:
GuestPost: Why are men so dumb? to Sundari Venkatraman
I liked Sapna. First time I read the book, I wanted to knock her and tell her, Wake up, there is no Prince charming coming. I read the book patiently again, then I agreed to her stance and her terms of marriage. But, yes like Sundari said in the Guest Post, she never explained when asked multiple times. Guess Women never think that they can say No and they have a choice.

If you hunted for a social message in this book, thinking its Sundari's style, you will be mistaken. This entire series is for Pure Fun ;) Go read the hot scenes and you will agree with me, Sundari can be very naughty. But still you can pick up 1-2 social message in this book too. Comment below and we will discuss more ;)

I liked the way Sapna also takes up the opportunity to update herself instead of moping around. Also how effortlessly and without ego the Maheshwari's took up each issue thus strengthening each relationship. This is what makes a happy and progressive family.

What I wanted more:
Now, I am dying to go to Book #2,3,4,5. Wish me luck! Also I will help you by leading you to the Buying links:
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Our posts about Sundari's books:
Book Review: An Autograph for Anjali by Sundari Venkatraman
Book Review: The Madras Affair by Sundari Venkatraman
Book Blitz: Tales of Sunshine by Sundari Venkatraman
Cover Reveal: Matches made in Heaven by Sundari Venkatraman
Book Review: The Runaway Bridegroom by Sundari Venkatraman
Book Review: Meghna by Sundari Venkatraman
Book Review: The Malhotra Bride by Sundari Venkatraman
Book Review: Double Jeopardy by Sundari Venkatraman

Wishing Sundari luck with the entire series and tons of her books to come.
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Friday, October 14, 2016

Book Blitz: No Safe Zone by Adite Banerjie

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Another book being featured here by Adite Banerjie. We have featured and reviewed her:
Book: Trouble has a new Name

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Qiara Rana will do anything to save her mentor and their non-government organization from ruin. Even if it means visiting the city she had vowed never to return to. But within a few hours of landing in New Delhi, she is being chased by a gunman and is a potential suspect in the murder of a high-profile businessman. 

The only person she can turn to for help is Kabir Shorey, the man who stood her up ten years ago. Past and present collide in a deadly plot of crime and greed that moves from the cosmopolitan streets of Delhi to the bazaars and villages of Rajasthan. 

Excerpt from #NSZ

Kabir couldn’t take his eyes off the game in progress. The sight of the polo players astride their horses, moving as a seamless entity, while steering the ball away from their opponents made him restless. He hadn’t ridden a horse or held a polo club in his hands for years. He had to use all his self-control to stop himself from rushing on to the field, pulling down one of the players and laying claim to his horse.
The memories came galloping back from the deepest recesses of his mind—Chetak with the brilliant white star in the middle of his forehead. What a dream team they had made. Chetak could anticipate his every move on the polo field even before he could think of it. They had never lost a game, making their perfectly matched combination the envy of every player in Rajasthan. If only they hadn’t been such a success on the polo turf…maybe things would have been different. Kabir’s heart burnt with longing and regret and the emotions bubbled within him like a dormant volcano beginning to stir up again.
Taking a deep, self-sustaining breath he raised his telephoto-lens equipped camera to his eyes, more to hide the dampness in his eyes. He focused on the spectators stand as he tried to reorient himself to his mission. He was here to get information on Ranveer Khanna, a known polo aficionado. It was the final day of the annual championships hosted by the Army Polo Club and Khanna was bound to show up.
Suddenly, two men appeared in the camera’s view finder. One of them was definitely Khanna while the other was a taller, stockily built man in his mid-twenties.
Kabir snapped a few pictures in quick succession. The younger man seemed to be agitated and was waving his finger threateningly at Khanna. He also didn’t quite fit the typical characteristics of a polo enthusiast. His attire was a little shabbier than what the other patrons of the club sported at such an elite affair. Perhaps, he was a chauffeur or a helper? His attitude though was far from servile. In fact, Khanna looked a trifle intimidated. After a couple of minutes, Khanna said something and turned to go inside the club.
Kabir took a few more random shots as he saw a waiter approach Khanna and say a few words to him.
Just at that moment Kabir’s cell phone beeped in his shirt pocket. It was Zayed—his new partner! Smirking at the thought, Kabir answered the call.
“Our man is here. Found out from the concierge, Khanna has recently acquired two stallions and is also a patron of a polo team in Argentina. It seems like he is either partnering with some other loaded investors or is a front for them.”
He waited to hear out Zayed’s response and swallowed the oath that sprang to his lips. “Zayed, if you already knew it, why you didn’t tell me?” Seconds later Kabir burst out, “Don’t give me that bullcrap. You and I are supposed to be on the same team, remember? If you had any doubts about my capabilities you should have spoken up at the meeting. If we have to work together, we share information, got it?”
Kabir felt his blood pressure rise up a notch as Zayed disgorged some more intel. Apparently, the NCA had informed him that Girls Rock! might be a money laundering front for Khanna.
“Someone from Girls Rock! is supposed to meet—hello? Are you there?”
Kabir cursed as he checked the screen of his phone to find the network signal had dropped. Moving away from the bleachers, he walked towards the club, trying to reach Zayed. He paced around a bit outside the entrance, waiting for the network signal to show up. Not even one blasted green light. He stormed into the club house in search of a landline phone. What else was Zayed not telling him? Clearly, Zayed’s reputation of not being a team player was quite accurate. It seemed like he needed to lay down some ground rules with his partner soon or else this investigation was doomed.
Scanning the lounge area, he spotted Khanna talking to a woman whose back was turned to him. After a few seconds, he saw her get up and follow Khanna out.
Kabir’s glance froze on the woman. She was petite, with the same china-doll-like figure, the same sexy gait, the same sway to her hips that made his heart pump harder. He raised the camera to his eyes, zooming in on her face to get a closer look but she was looking away. Nevertheless, he got a couple of shots before she disappeared down the corridor towards the inner sanctum of the club.
Was it her? Watching a polo match after all these years had sent his mind into throwback mode. He must be hallucinating! Get real, Kabir! 

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Adite Banerjie discovered the wonderful world of books at an early age which sparked her interest in writing. After a fulfilling and exciting career as a business journalist she turned her attention to fiction. Her latest book is a romantic-thriller No Safe Zone, published by Harper Collins India. She has penned two books for Mills & Boon (The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal and Trouble Has a New Name) and written several screenplays. When she is not grappling with her current work-in-progress, she enjoys spending time with her writer husband and watching back-to-back movies. 

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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Spotlight: Juniper Smoke by Sadia Ash

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Introducing Juniper Smoke by Sadia Ash. Good News ! Grab #Free #Kindle copy on 11-15th Oct 2016.

Sadia and her team approached us to promote this book. Lets check out this book with the awesome cover.

Juniper Mills is a straitlaced but sassy Iron Age curator at the History Museum in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She puts her dreams of doing Celtic research in Ireland on hold as she is the sole provider for her special needs twin and comatose mother. Raised by her mother to hate men, she worries she’ll die a frigid scholar in a musty house with an army of cats and a lake of books.

A chance brush with death leads Kyle Paxton to invent a micro camera and he becomes the CEO of a successful San Francisco company. Kyle schedules dating like his work—with robotic precision. The scheduling helps him keep the dark memories of his ex-girlfriend, who still haunts him, at bay. Not looking for love, he only hooks up with Amazonian models.

Juniper and Kyle meet when she is dangling forty feet from a museum scaffolding. When he joins the museum board, Juniper falls for him—figuratively this time. She wants him, but knows it's going to be as hard as catching the ocean in a teacup. Juniper becomes Kyle’s obsession, but the tragic secrets of his past cloud his feelings and his rigid rules drive her insane.

Juniper manages to knock Kyle’s world off its axis and their galaxies collide in this very unfairy tale. But can they overcome their differences and stop a cruel and hateful person from tearing them apart?

My name is Juniper Mills. I care only about 2 things. 
One: My autistic twin, Cypress. I’ve taken care of all my life. 
Two: My work at Ann Arbor history museum
My life is Work. Home. Repeat.
Since I was a little girl, momma raised me to hate men. 
She had a tragic life. 
So I don’t believe in fairytales. Only Un-fairy tales.
Until I met Kyle Paxton 
My first love. My first fall.
Kyle is Robotic. Intimidating. A tech demigod.
He likes rules. I like to smash them. 

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Author Sadia Ash:
I've had an odd and beautiful life. I was born in one continent, raised in another one…and moved to a third one to settle down. From the thousands of people I met and befriended, there was always a common theme: Everyone had a story to tell.

Since I was three years old, I have wanted to tell the stories of the fictional people trapped in my head. I love dissecting characters and exploring what lies beneath the razor-thin surface of human behavior. I am humbled when anyone—a stranger, friend or loved one—reads what I wrote. So, thank you!"
Sadia Ash has held jobs in different fields that involved writing (and never math) in some way. She has worked for film and TV publicity with the Prenner Group, did news and TV placement for Aeros (a NASA project), edited scripts for indie films, and fundraised. A lot. A serial volunteer, she has raised funds for many charities that educate and help girls.

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Monday, October 10, 2016

Book Blitz: Cabbing All The Way by Jatin Kuberkar

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A new Book Tour by The Book Club. Seems like a good, casual read. Check it out.

Jatin Kuberkar


Twelve people agree to an idea of running a shared transport service from a common residential locality to their out-of-civilisation office campus. Twelve different minds with equally diverse personalities gel with each other to fulfil a common need. At first, the members collide on mutual interests, timings, priorities and personal discipline, but in the course of their journey, they become best friends, make long-lasting relationships, mentor and help each other on various mundane matters. The journey goes on fine until one day some members try to dictate terms over the group. The rift widens with each passing day, the tension surmounts and finally all hell breaks loose... Will the journey continue? Fasten your seatbelts for the journey is about to begin...

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Take an ounce full of imagination and a scoop of humour. Mix them well. Now put a few teaspoons of feelings and emotions and simmer until it smells good. Add spices for taste. Put the mixture on the platter of dreams and garnish it with a few peanuts of desires and some herbs of passion – that’s all it takes to be Jatin Kuberkar. Jatin is a software engineer by day and a passionate writer by night. When not tangled in software codes, Jatin likes to express his inspirations in the form of poetry, short stories, novels and essays.

He lives in Hyderabad and adorns polymorphic forms in his personal life as a son, a husband, a father, a friend, a mentor, an observer, a criticand the list goes on… He is an ardent lover of Hyderabadi biryani and is a worshipper of chaai. If granted a boon, Jatin would love to learn magic from Hogwarts and fly around on a broom stick. 

Jatin is the author of two other books. Rainbow Dreams, a collection of poetry and While I Was Waiting, a collection of short stories. This is Jatin’s third book.

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