His Royal Highness by R S Grey|New Release Alert|

R.S. Grey's next romantic comedy, HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS, is available today! Find out more below and grab your copy now! About HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS I’ve spent eight years wishing I’d fall out of love with Derek Knightley. Blowing out birthday candles, chasing after shooting stars, making it rain spare change into mall fountains—every time it’s …

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Book Review: Poemsia by Lang Leav|An aspiring poet and secrets waiting to be spilled

Lang Leav turns into a novelist in her latest book Poemsia that is all about an aspiring poet's journey through fame, a steep fall and subsequent rise to one of the most loved poets. It is all fictional of course! But it is also a story, that will sit well with you because aren't we …

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Book Review: Nothing Ventured by Jeffrey Archer

Lord Archer shines as an extraordinary crime fiction writer because of his sound understanding of his characters. I have always been drawn to his books when I am looking for something comforting but thrilling (if that makes any sense). Nothing Ventured marks the beginning of the William Warwick series, mentioned numerous times in The Clifton …

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Book Review: The Dutch House by Ann Patchett

This is my first encounter with Patchett and I am mesmerized by the way she draws out the complexities of her characters. The Dutch House by Ann Patchett is the unraveling of a family brought about by a house. Maeve and Danny who depended on this house with every thread of their being find themselves …

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Book Review: The Curse of Gandhari by Aditi Banerjee|An introspective retelling of an unconventional heroine’s story|

Aditi Banerjee's 𝑻𝒉𝒆 𝑪𝒖𝒓𝒔𝒆 𝒐𝒇 𝑮𝒂𝒏𝒅𝒉𝒂𝒓𝒊 is an introspective retelling of Mahabharata and how Gandhari and Krishna's fate intertwined to end in a Curse that destroyed Krishna's tribe and caused his untimely death. . Banerjee helps us look at this epic through Gandhari's eyes- A woman of immense virtue, meant for a greater destiny but …

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Book Review: A Patchwork Family by Mukta Sathe|A swift and precise take on current social issues|

"We are individualistic, we are lonely." A Patchwork Family by Mukta Sathe is a social commentary, an in-depth analysis of patriarchy and social prejudice, but mostly of how it is ingrained in our psyche. The story has been narrated by Janaki and Ajoba, two people brought together by crisis and a mutual understanding of each …

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