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Kahaniwala by Sandeep Dobriyal - Book Review

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Kahaniwala is a recent collection of short stories written in Hindi and authored by Sandeep Dobriyal, a debutant in Hindi fiction in India. This is a collection of 9 short stories and most among them revolve around a theme of love. Love of different kinds and some almost love... Sandeep's writing needs many changes in order to make his books appealing to readers across ages and across interest lines. Nonetheless, in the current form that it is, Kahaniwala is a suitable read for the readers who are above 20 and below 30 - they will understand what the author wants to convey. The exception is the story 'Mera Room' and 'Thithurte Hath' that will appeal to any reader of any age.

Getting self-published? What if someone guarantees you the lowest price?

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Are you an author? Have you been rejected by traditional publishers more than many times? Are you frustrated already? Don't worry; you have many options now. There are many big publishers in the market who rather self-publish the books by emerging authors, struggling authors, and ambitious authors. However, if there are many, choosing the right one might be tough, right? The answer is yes! It's very difficult to choose the right publisher for your book when it comes to self-publishing. To make this easier for the authors in India and anyone who wants to get published in India, Self-publishing Network has been launched.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee - and his poetry - special

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Since my childhood, Atal Bihari Vajpayee has always been one of my favourite poets. Though I have studied English literature as a major subject, my interest in Hindi literature has never been affected by it. I have been reading the poems of Agyeya, Dinkar Ji, Pant, Bachhan Sahab and also Atal Ji. Out of all those I have read, I have been deeply affected mostly by the poems of Atal Ji because his poems have more than words. Believe me; poems by Vajpayee Ji have more than mere words in them. His poems can communicate to you the emotions, the valour and also the motivation in a literal sense. Today, I will share my thoughts about his poems and also share the links to some of his best poetry collections on Amazon India website.

2 States by Chetan Bhagat - Book Review

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Chetan Bhagat is a very popular novelist. There is or should be no doubts about this fact which we all acknowledge. Moreover, Bhagat's popularity depends largely on his art of creating literary works that appeal to the youths in a way that no author before him was able to do. Chetan Bhagat's novels are mainly for young readers. His themes are suitable for them more than any other age group of readers. Today, I will be sharing my views about his popular novel 2 States which he proposes as the story of his marriage.

The Ticket That Exploded - Book Review

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The prophetic style of writing is not an entirely new art in fiction. It has been there for centuries. However, no doubt that this art was only used masterfully by only a few of the authors who most probably all wrote in the 20th-century. One such was William Burrough and his book The Ticket That Exploded is still read with respect among the lovers of spy and thriller fiction.

The Girl in Room 105 - Chetan Bhagat - Review

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In a nutshell, you get another replica of Lord Krishna, at least in the name, and only in the name. Keshav is here the guy and Zara is here the girl. Chetan Bhagat seldom thinks anything more than boys and girls and he is entitled to think so because he is an author for the youths like us. Are we tired of him? Probably yes but certainly no!

Animal Farm by George Orwell - Book Review

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I am rarely a lover of callous novels. The novels of even poems for that matter that lack juice of humour and soul-pleasing stuff, I seldom scan those. Exceptions area unit the items of fiction written by the dramatist. Well, I'm writing nowadays regarding the piece of fiction, Animal Farm, written by Orwell. Orwell's piece lauds the requirement to loudly charm and conjointly warns the readers regarding blindly following any leader while not supportive of the potential consequences that will fall on their means within the future. Here is my 'abstract review' of Animal Farm just for the scanners UN agency may need to be detected regarding the book or could have leisurely read it furthermore.