I've said it once, I'll say it again: Jeffrey Archer is one of my favorite authors of all time! And to see his books coming hot out of the press, it feels like he's writing just for me. If an author manages to make that level of connection with their readers, then they obviously have to be among the best. And Jeffrey Archer is one such! He brings in unexpected twists, shocks and surprises you, makes you laugh, makes you swear, makes you cry, but no matter what, you'll fall in love with his writing!
Tomi Adeyemi's Children of Blood and Bone was one of my favorite books of 2018. It had magic, it had fierce female characters, it was an amazingly written fantasy - almost everything went well for it. I went into it with expectations and came out so happy (because of the writing), and torn because of how heartbreaking it was. It felt like a long, long time till the sequel came out and now that it's here, I'm here going axhsrytgaoppeefbhhbjfjhusdfuodni!
I want to write a long-winding introduction for this cover reveal but I'm really left speechless, because of what the book is all about. A murder mystery that takes you to the foothills of the Himalayas and then back into mainstream India where women's safety will kick on your head as you read this one, A Death in the Himalayas promises to be one cracker of a mystery novel.
Jeffrey Archer is one of my favorite authors of all time and his Clifton Chronicles is one of my favorite series. And this September, 5th to be precise, Jeffrey Archer's new book, Nothing Ventured releases.
Revealing the cover for Edward Snowden's memoir, 'Permanent Record' coming this September.
The death of eminent politician Shashi Tharoor's wife, Sunanda Pushkar caused quite some controversy in the media. Sunanda Mehta pens down the Sunanda Pushkar's story. Published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is all set to release on the 26th of July this year.
Here's another exciting cover reveal for a book that is so important for us in this time and age. Called Gay Icons of India, written by Hoshang Merchant and Akshaya K. Rath, and published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is a celebration of 22 queer people who have been such inspirations that it's hard to talk about LGBTQIA without talking about them.
When the press release for Shweta Bachchan-Nanda's latest book from Harper Collins came out, it was kind of a pleasant surprise for me. I've always admired the lady for the way she carries and conducts herself. So when the chance to do a cover reveal for her debut book came and landed in my lap, … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Paradise Towers by Shweta Bachchan-Nanda