• Book Review – Smooth Talking Cowboy – Maisey Yates

    Welcome to Gold Valley, Oregon, where a rough-and-tumble rancher and the girl next door are about to learn that opposites attract Olivia Logan has a plan: win back her ex by making him see what he’s missing. But first she needs to find a man who’s willing to play along. With his laid-back cowboy charm and knack for getting under her skin, Luke Hollister is an unlikely hero—but he wants her help convincing her father to sell him land, which means he needs her as much as she needs him. Luke likes his life—and his women—uncomplicated. So why does good girl Olivia heat his blood like no one else? She’s…

  • Author Talks with Anstey Harris – Author or ‘The Truths and Triumphs of Grace Atherton’

    Today, I take the pleasure of having Author Anstey Harris on the blog. Her new book is all set to release January 2019 from Simon and Schuster UK and people are already talking lovely things about it, including me. I am totally in LOVE with her book and I urge you all to read it too! It is such a wonderful book with a very pretty cover making it a whole package!! Anstey discusses her book and the musical inspiration from her Violin maker Husband. She has some brilliant advice to overcome common traps for aspiring writers through her experience as a teacher of Creative Writing. She aspires to win…

  • Book Review – A Drizzle in the Desert – P C Balasubramanian

    Abhi has no reasons to complain – he lives in the Land of the Dreams, the United States of America. He is working in a large retail conglomerate and has the trust and respect of his management. He is being offered the opportunity to set up India operations for the company. His best friend from IIT is his colleague. He is married to the girl he loves. And he has an angel for a daughter. And yet, he suddenly finds his life spiraling down. His wife Anjali suspects him of having an affair with his bestie, Deepali, who is undergoing marital problems. And she does not like Abhi’s father Sundaram…

  • Book Review – The Christmas Heart – Helena Halme

    Plot:  With his beloved mother passed, Tom is forced to leave his two teenage sons in Milan with his ex and is looking forward to an uncomplicated Christmas skiing in the Swedish Alps. With her daughter Rosa away backpacking in the Far East, Kaisa decides to take a rare winter break over the holidays with her best friend Tuuli. Now in her late fifties, Kaisa doesn’t think she’ll ever fall in love again. But when she sees Tom after some thirty years, her heart begins to beat a little faster. Kaisa knows, however, an affair with Tom will go nowhere. Years ago, they had a disastrous date, which neither of…

  • The Higher Purpose Of Marriage

    Most of us have the vaguest idea about life and future. We all these superficial, almost-fantasy dreams, don’t we? That’s the beauty of dreams. They can be absolutely superficial, and not every dream has to come true!

  • Attachment and Love!

    Love! It gets polluted by demands and expectations, possessiveness and jealousy, insecurity and suspicion. when you love each other ‘because of’ something, then of that cause goes away, the love also vanishes. The Cause for alarm!

  • All the best Netflix TV series worth watching right now

    Hey guys! I have been away for a week, and guess what I’ve been doing? I’ve got myself cozied up with a bunch of reader’s copies of brand new books, and a handful of shows on the beloved NETFLIX. Now, Netflix is one hot shot, isn’t it? Surely, it offers something for everyone. But, the catalogue is vast, and you’re most likely to end up watching something boring, and then quit after few minutes of watching. That’s why you’ll need a guide of TV shows or movies or documentaries. There is also a lot of hype going on, and surely, you’d have heard a lot of reviews about every show…

  • Book Review – Those Other Women – Nicola Moriarty

    Those Other Women – Nicola Moriarty Published July 26th 2018 by William Morrow (HarperCollins) Swathi’s rating: 4/5 Verdict: A brutally honest page turner, and a must-read for contemporary women. This book had been a getaway experience from the series of crime thrillers I’ve been reading. When I read the description of this book at edelweiss, I thought it would be a change to read a contemporary women’s fiction, and my mood matches the tone of the book. So I was good to go with it. As soon as I started a few chapters, I had my doubts. Am I wasting my time on this? I’ve so many thrillers waiting for me, should…

  • What Makes You Go Crazy About Your Partner?

    Sometime into our married life, I realised… … that as much as we love each other, there are so many little things that would drive us insane. For instance, my husband has this habit of keeping himself occupied all the time, from the minute he enters home, either with his mobile or his laptop. Or by doing speed cubing. Yes, he’s absolutely crazy about all kinds of speed cubing, including blindfolded (not as sexy as it sounds!), and one hand. He even has this headset to avoid any noise (apparently that’s me) while he’s solving them. Oops.