After reading a few books from Dr. T.D. Singh, I have come to the conclusion that no one can explain the concepts and theorize the complex interlinked subjects of Science and Spirituality like him. Absolutely amazed by the writing, this book contains informative revelations and approaches that has been made on the world of Science, […]Read More Book Review – Science Spirituality and the nature of reality.
Author – Waiss Kharni SM. Format – Kindle. Page count – 102 pages. Rating – 4/5 The story follows Adrian Darius, a member of the National Center of Security who is leading the investigation of three murders that shook the entire nation. All three murders were carried out with the M.O. and there wasn’t any […]Read More A Dire Enigma: Desultory Deaths Always Hide a True Motive
A collection of beautiful poetry that creates exceptional resonance transcending the common conventions and avowing astoundingly well written and thought provoking poems. I believe this poetry collection stands out for its versatility. The subjectivity certainly makes it a good reading experience because of all the meaningful and inspirational interpretations. An unique writing style that actively […]Read More Book Review – Eternal Trudges
The first story/experience pretty much sealed the deal for me. I was literally scared with such vivid picturization of hauntings. It was a spine- tingling beginning to even more tantalizing and jaw-dropping paranormal experiences of The Ramsays. Discovering that are a few things which still remains unexplainable somewhat makes you lean in a little closer […]Read More Book Review – Ghosts in our backyard.
This book “The rudiments of Supply chain the board” can give the initial phase in understanding the universe of the inventory network. Store network ideas are clarified from the fundamental with far and wide inclusion of the philosophy and key techniques drivers in different cycles engaged with planning and execution of the production network. The […]Read More Book Review – The Basics Of Supply Chain Management.
The story follows Leah, who accidentally hits a deer on a torrential rainy night with her car on a country road. Unable to contact the police or her husband, she seeks help and shelter from a neighbour. Enters Martin Tate, the handsome and charming neighbour who is a tad too friendly with her, albeit realising […]Read More Book Review – The Good Neighbour by R.J. Parker.
An interview with Bhhagya Shalini, author of Indigo Earth. It was such a memorable experience talking about such deep and thought-provoking topics. 1) What inspired you to write “Indigo Earth”, tell us a bit about your book? Indigo earth the golden age, satyuga is channeling of Sri Sainath Maharaj by Bhaghya Shalini. Bhagya Shalini has always […]Read More Interview with Bhhagya Shalini.
Hello everyone, I hope you are having an amazing January so far. Today, I’m excited to share an exhilarating interview with Mr. Alok Joshi, the author of the book ” Twelve Sweet & Sour Years In China.” Be sure to check out the full interview below and you can also find the link to buy […]Read More Interview with Mr. Alok Joshi
Book title – Ferryman. Author – Claire McFall. Format – Paperback. Rating – 4 out of 5 stars. Ferryman, is a modern retelling of the ancient Greek myth of Charon, the ferryman of Hades who transported souls to the underworld. It follows Dylan, who dies in a train wreck and meets Tristan, the Ferryman assigned […]Read More Book Review – Ferryman.
Hello everyone! I’m delighted to announce that I got the opportunity to interview Neelam Saxena Chandra, the author of The Red Diary. I had the most amazing time, talking to her her about her book The Red Diary. Make sure to check out the full interview below along with the link to buy her book. […]Read More Interview with Author Neelam Saxena Chandra.