Thursday, September 19, 2019

Book Review: The Missing Fairy Princess by Walter Salvadore Pereira

Good day People !
Here is my latest Book Review for the book: The Missing Fairy Princess by Walter Salvadore Pereira

Get ready to be transported into another realm or dimension with surreal landscapes and inhabitants. The land where Humans, Fairies, Witches, Animals and Flying carpets all live together in harmony. But an unfortunate event uncovers many more evil plans. When one of the Twin Fairy Princess gets kidnapped, there is hunt all over for her. But the Princess is untraceable. Who can help find the Fairy Princess? Why was she kidnapped? Who is behind this devilish crime?
Buy, read and get to know :)

 Book: The Missing Fairy Princess by Walter Salvadore Pereira

THE MISSING FAIRY PRINCESS is the story of a fairy princess pitted against a powerful witch. The witch learns from her crystal ball about an imminent threat from a fairy princess wearing a pink tiara. To ward off that threat, she kidnaps the fairy princess, wipes her memory clean and then turns her into a two-year-old girl. Unfortunately for the culprit, she has goofed up by kidnapping the wrong fairy princess, Merlyn, instead of Ashlyn, her twin. To add to her misfortune, the hunt for the Missing Princess is growing stronger. The search party includes Powerful Good witches of the Kingdom, Princess Ashlyn and more members as they unearth the wrong doings of this evil witch.

Will Ashlyn be able to solve the mystery of her missing twin and stop the cunning witch in her evil plot? Find out in the book which is an interesting mix of magical realism and whodunit.
Buy the book: The Missing Fairy Princess by Walter Salvadore Pereira

What I liked:
As I mentioned in the beginning, the virtual transportation into another surreal realm or dimension. Apart from Harry Potter, I haven't read any books from this genre-Fantasy. I was pleasantly surprised while reading this book. Even though the book is about a non-existential world, Author Walter Pereira  makes its seem life-like.

The book has a sweet, lovely, peaceful atmosphere all along. Something like being in the magical land of Disney pictures. I was actually imagining it like how a Disney movie would play.

The Book Cover grabbed my attention when I first saw it. The little girl with the tiara. Her green eyes. The cute puppy. Fairy in the background and a witch with a crystal ball. Perfect setting of the book depicted.

The Premise of the book was intriguing. I had a doubt if I would like a book from this genre. But I was proved wrong. I loved the book :) Thank you, Author Walter Pereira for writing this book.

This book isnt necessarily just for kids. If you believe in Magic & love. This book is for you :) It is suitable for 10+ yr old kids and adults.

The language is super simple and clean. I felt indulged to be reading good English with a fast-paced story plot. The pace of the story is fast and there is not a single dull moment. It covers so many details, plots, characters, places, etc. The book is cramped with information like the Volumes of Magic Mantras the Maharani had written in.
Sorry, trying not to give out spoilers. ;)

The human psychology in beautifully weaved into the story plot. The characters are plenty and the Author has taken pains to give full history about each of them and their connection in the story. Hence as I mentioned the book is cramped with information. Information overload :)

I loved all the Witches in the story. Even the evil ones. Each had a strong character and personality. This was an all Females story. Except for the King and Mayor. Am I correct?
I loved how the solutions were thought of.

The story gallops away. Every chapter there is a new aspect unraveling. Twists are plenty.
The end is a little predictable and is a cliff hanger. But I loved how the pieces join together to solve the mystery of The Missing Fairy Princess.

What I wanted more:
A sequel or Book 2 to tie the loose ends in the story.

A mix of pace in the story. The fast pace along with so many characters and events makes the reader a little dizzy :D Thankfully we were not flying on the magic carpet. The reading of the book gave that feeling. So I would have liked a little slowing down and then picking up of pace intermittently.

The character names were a little complicated and similar sounding. But it was fun. Made you feel like being the land of Classic books with big names for characters.

Overall, I loved the book. Hats off to Author Walter Pereira for penning such a big story in one book. Hope to read more of your books.

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 Author Walter Salvadore Pereira
Author Walter Salvadore Pereira 

About the Author:

After spending over 25 years in the Middle East, the author now leads a retired life.  He lives with his wife and son in Thane, the twin city of Mumbai.  He has commenced a new journey as an author at a late stage in life and at the age of 75, has three works of fiction to his credit, all self-published.

The first book titled “This Nightmare is for Real” was a fast-paced sci-fi story, wherein a scientist is relentlessly hounded by a powerful mafia with the aim of stealing his invention.  In an edge-of-the-seat suspense, he single-handedly defeats the mafia.  The Second book titled “Bheem – The Saga of Madhavpur” relates to medieval India where an ambitious king having assembled a powerful army conquers three of his neighbouring kingdoms.  The rivals come together under the leadership of King Bheem of Madhavpur and the story is all about their counter-offensive. The current book “The Missing Fairy Princess” is a new concept fairy tale primarily aimed at audiences in the age groups of 9 to 18+, but as the adage goes “There is a child within each of us” and this book is meant to pamper that child.  My latest book is titled “The Carnivore has a Heart’ and is based on the non-ending cross-border terrorism faced by India. This story has a memorable ending where a braveheart officer of the Indian military intelligence wins the day for his country although at great personal cost and should appeal to all lovers of action thrillers.

Please buy the book, read and leave a review on Amazon and Goodreads. Thank you in advance.

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Friday, July 12, 2019

Book Review: The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami

Greetings People !
I have read a Paranormal book after ages. Wow, it actually made me sit up and wait to see what happened next. The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami is Book 1 of The Jungle series. If Book 1 was so interesting as well as spine tingling, I am more than eager to read the next books in the series.

Know about Book 1 at: Spotlight: The Clockmaker (Jungle Series Book1) by Paromita Goswami

Ashish Gupta is a clockmaker with a long lineage. He has mastered the art from his father. His father learnt it from his father and so on. The family has a good reputation and holds this family profession in the highest regard. The family name and profession is just helping Ashish make ends meet. His wife Lata the only daughter from a wealthy family takes help from her father for her financial needs. Their son Vicky, a speed fanatic is spoilt by his grandparents. Lata has an arch enemy in Rashmi who used to be her best friend and now both try to compete by showing off their wealth. Vicky is least interested in taking up the family profession of Clock making and has a crush on Kavya  his classmate.
Ashish on the other hand is tormented by nightmares. Some days he cant understand what is reality and when he is hallucinating. The black hooded man in his nightmares keeps asking for the time piece his father gave him. Ashish is frustrated completely with his life and destiny.
He discovers the power of the timepiece and when disaster strikes he use the time piece to change the Time.
But can he succeed in changing his destiny? Can anyone Cheat Time?

I was very much intrigued by this premise. Are you? Then buy the book :

What I liked:

The sheer ease with which one is transported from a small shop in East Delhi to the dark chilly forest in Ashish's nightmares.
Loved the time travels from the lavish living Ashish manipulated into his destiny to how destiny makes you a cripple in the literal sense.

The entire story shows how Destiny and Time is already planned out for each of us. We are mere puppets. Also Karma comes back every time. No excuses.

This story has many facets and I loved how Author Paromita has delved into each of them.

There are stories and incidents within one another. I loved how each layer unraveled.
After a point, you stop trying to guess what will happen next coz its totally different.

I was expecting to get nightmares and shiver while reading the book as is the case with Paranormal books I have read earlier. I had planned to rush through it.

This one only made me look forward to read it when I got a few minutes of free time.

It was actually interesting to read this story. Albeit with a spine tingling suspense around like a heavy fog throughout the story.

The characters were perfect in each time space and portrayed real human emotions. Few characters and a tight script. The language was simple and clean. The flow of story consistent.

Some parts were super gory and scary. I liked how the grandfathers and fathers revealed the secret and tried to help Ashish through the nightmares.

I am now thankful for having a good, normal life and ease of getting sleep every night. My heart just went out to all those people who suffer from insomnia and releated mental ailments.

What I wanted more:
When the story ended, I thought I will know the answers but more questions are circling my head now.
The second shadow was a surprise. Also how Vicky met his destiny in both stories was interesting. I shuddered at each time :(

Author Paromita, I am going to have a quizzical expression when I meet you next. :D Too many questions. But super interested to know the next book(s) in the series.

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Monday, July 1, 2019

Book Blitz: Man Friday by Sundari Venkatraman

Good day Everyone,
Let us check out the latest book by Sundari Venkatraman with this drool worthy cover and an equally amusing Title ;)
Introducing Man Friday by Sundari Venkatraman. Know more below:

 Book: Man Friday by Sundari Venkatraman

 Book: Man Friday by Sundari Venkatraman

Print Length: 161 pages
Publisher: Flaming Sun (Indie published) 
Publication Date: May 24, 2019
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
Available on Kindle Unlimited
Genre: Romance

Rituraj realises he’s in love with the Gaekwad princess, Sitara Devi. The timing is slightly wrong though. Just ten minutes ago Sitara Devi married Harishchandra Gajanan. All of seventeen and nursing a badly bruised heart, Rituraj takes up boxing, hoping to build his strength and heal his wounded soul.

When destiny gives them a second chance, hope springs in his heart.

Rituraj grabs the opportunity of becoming Sitara’s bodyguard-cum-assistant. He’s the only man in her life but he’s just her Man Friday. Since his father was merely an employee of Sitara’s father, will he even be considered as a prospective life partner for the Gaekwad princess? 

Sitara, and Rituraj are crazily attracted to each other, yet they are unable to move forward. So where is the hitch? Why the fear in taking the relationship to the next level?

Class Barriers! Debauchery! Sexual Perversion!

It looks like ‘Ne’er the twain shall meet’. 

Read the book to find out if Sitara eventually gets together with her Man Friday.  

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

 Author Sundari Venkatraman

Sundari Venkatraman is an indie author who has 43 titles (39 books & 4 collections) to her name, all Top 100 Bestsellers on Amazon India, Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Amazon Canada and Amazon Australia in both romance as well as Asian Drama categories. Her latest hot romances have all been on #1 Bestseller slot in Amazon India for over a month.

Even as a kid, Sundari absolutely loved the ‘lived happily ever after’ syndrome as she grew up reading all the fairy tales she could lay her hands on, Phantom comics, Mandrake comics and the like. It was always about good triumphing over evil and a happy end. 

Soon, into her teens, Sundari switched her attention from fairy tales to Mills & Boon. While she loved reading both of these, she kept visualising what would have happened if there were similar situations happening in India; to a local hero and heroine. Her imagination took flight and she always lived in a rosy cocoon of romance over the years. 

Then came the writing – a true bolt out of the blue! And Sundari Venkatraman has never looked back.

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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Book Blitz: I am the 10th by D.R.Downer

Good day!
New book launched by Author D.R.Downer : I Am The 10th. This is a multi-genre, action packed novel. History, Mythology all mixed together. Get to know more details about it.

 Book: I am the 10th by D.R.Downer

 Book: I am the 10th by D.R.Downer


Modern, historical fiction


Sarah, a happily married lady from New Delhi, India, wakes up one fine morning in an unknown place. It’s not her home, not her city; it’s not even her country. 

What is she doing there? How did she reach there? Where is her family?

Her search to all these questions takes her on a journey, a long journey that started way back in the 3rd century BC, a journey where she finds out that everything she thought she knew about her- her marriage, husband, family, home, India, even her name- was a lie. 

Will she be able to find out the truth? More importantly, will she be able to handle the truth if she finds it out?

Come and join Sarah on her journey that will take you to 300 BC and back. Witness the biggest and the deadliest battle ever in the history of mankind that could well spell the end of humanity and the end of this world. Experience the might of the ancient Shastras and Astras, like Naag Pash, Brahma Kavach, and Narayan Astra. 

Based in modern times, ‘I Am The 10th’ is the story of one of the oldest, and arguably the mightiest cults that originated in India during the 3rd century BC.

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 Author D.R.Downer

D.R. Downer is a writer, author, editor, and a ghostwriter. He has penned more than 37 books so far, 16 of which have been published under his own name, with the rest being ghostwriting projects. Although he has written books in varied genres, his favourite genre is mystery and suspense and he has already published 5 books in the same.

After completing his B.E. (Mechanical) and M.B.A (Marketing), Downer started his professional journey as an Executive in the sales department of a UK based organization. Since then, he had changed over and handled many roles and responsibilities in the Marketing & Customer Service departments across industries. He finally shifted over to Advertising and spent a good 11 years in the same. Later on, he found writing was his true calling, and now he spends hours glued to his laptop and wonders if his wife can sue him for cheating on her with his laptop.

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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Spotlight: Shiva Stone: Hampi's Hidden Treasure by AJINKYA BHOITE

Good day!
Debut Author Ajinkya Bhoite's debut book: Shiva Stone: Hampi's Hidden Treasure makes for an interesting read. Know more about the book :

 Shiva Stone: Hampi's Hidden Treasure by AJINKYA BHOITE

 Shiva Stone: Hampi's Hidden Treasure by AJINKYA BHOITE


Mithila is a senior archeologist on the Hampi site along with two other UNESCO scientists. They decide to open some secret vaults in the underground Shiva temple. Treasures and artifacts from the 18th century make the headlines but the Shiva Stone was kept a closely guarded secret. 

When a RAW officer hires Mithila on a secret mission to safely transport an ISRO professor and the Shiva Stone to Bangalore, she knows something is up.

Why is the stone called the Shiva Stone? Why are archeologists, UNESCO, ISRO, and RAW interested in a discovery at Hampi? Why is Mithila working for RAW? Is she the only agent on the mission? 

Shiva Stone will take you on a thrilling adventure through the historical site of Hampi. Buy it now!

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About the author
 Ajinkya Bhoite

I am an Electronics and Telecommunication Engineer with an inclination towards reading and writing. Besides, being Engineer, I enjoy running. 

My first novel is Shiva Stone which is self-published on Kindle.

I was born in a small town called Wai, near Panchgani, Maharashtra. Moved to Satara for High School. 

Under-graduation from Pune University and Masters from California State University, Long Beach.

Currently, working as a Cloud Support Engineer for Amazon Web Services.

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Book Review: Her Prince Charming by Sundari Venkatraman

Good day Romance Book Lovers,

 Her Prince Charming by Sundari Venkatraman

The prequel to my favorite book till date by Sundari Venkatraman is out & I am super happy. Also double happiness because this is the first novel to be printed in her venture to print Paperbacks under her name and I own an Autographed copy of it. Yay ! Congratulations, Sundari Venkatraman.

Want to know more about these books?
My favourite novel by Sundari Venkatraman: The Malhotra Bride.
The prequel to this is Her Prince Charming.

You can read the Review for The Malhotra Bride here.
You can read about the story of Her Prince Charming at: Spotlight: Her Prince Charming by Sundari Venkatraman

Now let me give you the review too:

My Autographed Paperback copy of Her Prince Charming by Sundari Venkatraman

Tanuja Bhatia lost her mother when she was one year old. Her father Talveer remarried Gurinder, who made sure she was a step mother in real sense. Her step sisters Harpreet and Jaspreet love to make Tanuja's life worse. Tanuja becomes a perfect daughter, cook, seam-stress by self learning and grows into a beautiful young lady. The step mother cant dominate Tanuja nor make her father see fault in her. Her life revolves around making Tanuja's life miserable and hoarding as many assets for her 2 daughters. Tanuja loves to dream of a Prince Charming who will come, sweep her off her feet and give her all the love she never got in life.
During a family vacation to Mahabaleshwar, Tanuja meets Raj Malhotra. It is love at first sight. They both meet in secrecy and promise to marry after a year. Tanuja's dream seems to be coming true.
But Gurinder, the step mother gets a whiff of this affair and tries to severe all plans of marriage for Tanuja. How can she loose a free maid and cook? She plans and plots.
Do these plans succeed?

What makes Tanuaja, such a grounded, accomplished girl, fall in love with Raj? Who is Raj Malhotra?
Will Raj and Tanuja live a happily ever after life? How does destiny play its role in this story?

Find out by Reading the book: Her Prince Charming by Sundari Venkatraman

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What I liked:
The Malhotra Bride, made me believe that arranged marriages can turn into Love. The visualisation practise with this book, bore fruits for me ;)

Her Prince Charming, shows that the Universe delivers the best of what you ask for. Loved how Tanuja's dream manifested in such a grand way.

I loved that Tanuja is not shown as a motherless, pitiful, naive, doomed kind of girl. She is an upbeat, self-motivating, thinking, hard working, satisfied, mature, friendly girl with her head on her shoulders.
I loved her in The Malhotra Bride and here I loved her younger self too. We need woman like her in every house. I am proud I know many of such Tanuja's :)

Raj Malhotra, uff. He is Prince Charming and has no fault. How? Sundari, you are raising the standards too high for men to compete, arent you? I can see where Akshay got his flirty and self-made-man traits from. Grand father is no less ;) The Malhotra men are getting better with each generations and I would love to see such fine men supporting the women in each house.

The step mom, step sisters play their vamp parts perfectly. I loved how Tanuja's father is not shown as a feeble, non-decisive father throughout. I loved how he made the perfect decisions for everyone in the house throughout his life.
I loved Bhoomi, her mom, Raj's mom, Ashok, Chotu characters. They each were very important for the story.

Hats off for the research and weaving of the old times details into the story. The phone numbers, the car models, landmarks, way of talking etc all gave the correct retro feel to the book. The Cover is perfect for the story too.

The language and flow of story were perfect. I read the book at leisure.

The second twist in the story caught me surprised. Read the book to know what it was ;)

What I wanted more:
The Stolen kisses scene is going to cause an uproar, Sundari :D. I had my jaw drop down. Then I remembered hearing of such instances when I was in my 20s.

I smell a Ashok and Bhoomi story coming up. Did I guess it correctly?

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A Little Showoff. Me with Author Sundari Venkatraman and The Malhotra Bride's autographed copy along with Author Sunita Saldhana. 2 Authors in one frame and one of my favourite book :) Lucky day ! 

Take a look at all the Books of Sundari Venkatraman reviewed by me:
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

I hope I havent missed any review links. Also till date there are 39 books. I have a long way to go ;)

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Spotlight: The Clockmaker (Jungle Series Book1) by Paromita Goswami

Good day Book Lovers,
Do you love Paranormal genre books? Here is Author Paromita Goswami's latest book: The Clockmaker from the Jungle Series.
Spooky but intriguing. Lets get to know more:

 Book: The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami


Can you change destiny? What if you can?

Ashish, a passionate clockmaker is frustrated with his life - financial insecurity, his ongoing nightmares and his family, wife Lata and son Vicky, are driving him crazy.

 Lata is having a tough time in life with her arch-rival, Rashmi. Vicky wants to be a biker than rather join the family legacy of the clockmaker. He also has a crush on Kavya who is more interested in supporting her family than romancing around.

Lately, Ashish starts hallucinating things. The black hooded man, who traumatizes him in the nightmares, warns him of dire consequences if he doesn’t return the timepiece that was given to Ashish by his father at his deathbed. Burdened with despair, Ashish wishes he could change his destiny and end all his miseries. By sheer chance, he discovers the power of the timepiece. Ashish was still figuring out what to do with it when an incident shatters his life completely. Without second thoughts he uses the power of the timepiece to change his destiny. But, can he really change it?

Amid the chaos of the busy by-lanes of the East Delhi unfolds a paranormal, supernatural, Indian drama that will leave you thrilled.

The Jungle Series – Get ready to be assaulted!

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 Author Paromita Goswami

About the Author:
Paromita Goswami is a writer and storyteller by passion and a rebel by choice. She says the world is full of stories and as a writer she loves to pen them down. Her work is not genre specific. From literary fiction to children book to paranormal thriller and women fiction, Paromita Goswami‘s books offer the variety of life to her readers. Besides writing, she is also the founder of a reading club that enhances book reading habit in children. She lives in central India with her family.
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Spotlight: Aspire to Inspire by Nasreen Variyawa

Greetings everyone,
A Poetry collection Aspire to Inspire by Nasreen Variyawa. It is a collection of inspiring poems which proves that each person is a Leader. I hope it inspires many :)
Know more about the book below:

 Book: Aspire to Inspire by Nasreen Variyawa

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 Book: Aspire to Inspire by Nasreen Variyawa


Aspire to Inspire: Poems that elevate your speech is a book full of poems that defy all norms and rules for poetry writing. The authors work is packed with words that rhyme and when read with rhythm, are delightful to the tongue and ears alike. Right from the acknowledgments and dedications at the beginning of the book till the concluding statements at the back of the book, the author has aspired to be lyrical throughout. Written between 2017 and 2018 in Antalya, Turkey, all the poems in the book are simultaneously independent but connected to each other by way of the subject of leadership. Nasreen has always held that Leaders don’t need titles and aren’t necessarily from the corporate world. All people are leaders in whatever they do and so she has written a diverse range of poems that are aimed at inspiring massive action in whatever people want to do or accomplish in their lives. 

In Aspire to Inspire: Poems that will elevate your speech, motivational speakers, teachers, trainers, and coaches can look forward to 100 poems that can be used at the beginning, middle and concluding parts of presentations. The author has written short but powerful poems on love, leadership, spirituality, strength, abuse, authenticity, financial management, communication, listening, heartbreak and family to name but a few. Whatever the subject, the poems embody the aspect of leading oneself in different aspects of life and living. They teach simple but powerful lessons and reach the point of the subject very quickly. Speakers using them can begin the objective of a speech quickly, make valid points during a speech by breaking the monotony and conclude just as powerfully at the end of a talk. 

In an industry overflowing with advice in the form of quotes that are either overused or recycled, Aspire to Inspire: Poems that will elevate your speech is a fresh, innovative and entertaining way to influence an audience, persuade a client or simply lead passionately. The book is a must have for your coffee tables, library shelves, office desks and makes for a thoughtful gift. 

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 Author Nasreen Variyawa

"Nasreen Variyawa was born and raised in South Africa where she completed her Post-Graduate Diploma in Education Leadership and Management from Regent Business School. Most followers would know her as a trainer, coach and mentor. Having worked at some of South Africa’s biggest education and training brands, Nasreen has touched thousands of lives through her work.

After spending 10 years in the corporate trenches, she swapped life in suits and stilettos for the classroom and chalkboard, wander-lusting through Turkey where she now resides and teaches English as a Second Language. 
Nasreen is also a graduate from Ledge International where she pursued a Mastermind Programme in the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C Maxwell. 

She is the author of 4 books and hit the #No. 1 best sellers list on Amazon recently for Ignite the Champion Within and Inspire Others to Begin and Ignition: Answering your call which she coauthored with Dr. Farookh Sensei.


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Monday, April 22, 2019

Spotlight: Beyond Scars by Alka Dimri Saklani

Good day!
New book by Author Alka Dimri Saklani : Beyond Scars. The blurb is super confusing yet intriguing.
Let us get to know more about this interesting book.

 Beyond Scars by Alka Dimri Saklani

Beyond Scars 
Alka Dimri Saklani
 Book: Beyond Scars by Alka Dimri Saklani


Hi, I am Avinash, but this is not my story. This is the story of Avni, my sister. I know the smell of cement and bricks still pulls her to the incident seven years ago where she made a daring yet ruthless decision. I know she is drifting away. I know she has begun to find comfort in Vivaan. But I don’t know if I like it. 

Hi, I am Avni, but this is not my story. This is the story of Vivaan, the stunning, vivacious painter. There is something sad about the paintings he has locked away from the world in his storeroom. But he never talks about it. But then there are a lot of things he doesn’t talks about, like how deeply he loves me. 

And what about Dev and Kangana? Isn’t this their story too? It wouldn’t have been if only we did one single thing differently on that ill-fated night, the night that changed the course of our destiny. And hey, I am Vivaan. 

And what about me? Why does nobody talk about me? Or talk to me? Because I am a little girl or because…Well, this is my story too. You will ask who I am? The answer lies somewhere in the pages of BEYOND SCARS.

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About the author

 Author Alka Dimri Saklani

"Alka Dimri Saklani writes contemporary fiction. Her books are labeled as ‘intense’ by most of her readers. Her debut novel ""45 Days in a Cancer Hospital"" was longlisted for Crossword Books Award 2013. Writing is her first love, the love that seized her when she was just 8.

She holds MBA degree in HR and worked with a leading MNC before turning to a full-time writer.

Born and brought up in Vadodara, a city in Gujarat, her roots hail from “Dev Bhumi” Uttarakhand. Apart from writing, she loves music, reading, traveling, and spending time with her two naughty kids.

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