Non-Fict
Review shots: A comic, poetry and World War memoir

Review shots: A comic, poetry and World War memoir

It has been a while since we spoke about Non Fiction books here, hasn't it? In the May's edition of review shots I am going to talk about three different kinds of non fiction - a poetry from a new age poet that I love, a comic about us, and a world war II memoir. Did...

Book review: Me Talk Pretty One Day

Book review: Me Talk Pretty One Day

I have a thing for funny biographies. Either I love them or hate them completely there is no in between. So when a couple of my friends went gaga over David Sedaris, I simply had to pick Me Talk Pretty One Day up. I know it has been a while since I read this one but...

Review shots: Adulting the right way!

Review shots: Adulting the right way!

As someone who loves to-do lists and makes a lists for making lists, in an attempt to control my chaotic life, I decided to read books that would help me doing that as the first books of the year. Yes I read three books already, and yes they were all non fiction. I am...

Book Review: Why not me?

Book Review: Why not me?

When I read Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? years ago, I had been watching The Mindy Project on my television. And the show was before it became famous, I was even worried they would cancel it off. It may have something to do with the fact that there weren't...

Happy Birthday Stephen King!

Happy Birthday Stephen King!

My relationship with the King of Horror has not been smooth. I read my first King, Gerald’s Game when I was about twelve. Yes, yet another of those books I had laid my hands when I was not supposed to.

Book review: Kawaii Doodle Class

Book review: Kawaii Doodle Class

Growing in a family that is inclined very much towards arts and crafts, I have always believed I had to have a creative vein. Even when my several attempts on arts have proved otherwise, I hold on to the hope that some day I would find some art form that I might be good at.

Book Review: Corpokshetra: Mahabharata In The MBA Yug

Book Review: Corpokshetra: Mahabharata In The MBA Yug

You have heard it all. From your grandfather, your uncle and aunts all through your childhood every single time you request a story. And oh when you are all grown up a repeat of them several times a day especially when you don't request them at all. Yeah I am...