June 2019 Book Releases I’m Excited About!

I've picked the 10 books that I found most exciting from the list of books that are releasing this June. Though I know I won't be able to read these anytime soon, thanks to their prices, I go on with the hope that someday, I will get my hands on these books!

May 2019 Book Releases I’m Excited About!

May is here as well as this month’s edition of Books Releasing This Month That I’m Excited About but Probably Won’t Read Anytime Soon. Without wasting any breath on the inanities (since I’ve already explained in last month’s blog post), let’s just dive into this month’s releases – all of those amazing-looking books that I’ll most probably or definitely miss out on. 😛

Book Review: The Invention of Everything – Insights on Life, Food, and One Good Thermos by Everett De Morier

The thing about today’s world is that it is lost in a haze of mindless competitions and artificial nourishments. What if we actually do something to rectify this situation? With this, too, there is a problem. We have the right intent to do something that will make our lives easier, but most importantly, as the author says in this book, the lives of those around us easier. Because isn’t that what a good life is all about? Keep your comforts but make sure they don’t cause any discomfort to those around you.

Book Review: Seductive Affair by Rishabh Puri

I’d received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. There were a number of reasons I accepted this, the biggest being that it had been a long time since I read a good romance. Reading the blurb told me that I was going to read one such. Of course, the title promises some steamy scenes, but there is more to it than just that, as I will get to in a minute.

Book Review: Legends over Generations by Ashraf Haggag

Ashraf Haggag is a senior executive with nearly three decades of experience in close proximity to the corporate market. His more recent experience has also taken him to every facet of the hospitality industry.  

Book Review: Persepolis – The Story of a Childhood and The Story of a Return by Marjane Satrapi

The Persepolis that I read is a sort of an omnibus that has both parts of the story. On the whole, Persepolis is the autobiographical account of the author from being an Iranian child, facing repercussions of her country’s turbulent history. While Persepolis #1, or The Story of a Childhood is the story of Satrapi as a child – her journey from Tehran to Vienna, Persepolis #2 or The Story of a Return is, you guessed right, her return to her country.

Book Review: Men and Dreams in the Dhauladhar by Kochery C. Shibu

With its large number of positive ratings, I’d hoped to read Kochery C. Shibu’s Men and Dreams in the Dhauladhar someday. And when I got a review copy from Writers Melon, I jumped at the opportunity. It was with the hope that this excitement would be vindicated and that the story would appeal to me that I started reading this book.

Love Story –Erich Segal’s Valentine’s Day Cry-Fest

Today is Valentine’s Day – a day of celebration for couples, and a day of anger, wistfulness, or in some cases, even disgust for many singles. In India, however, Valentine’s Day is looked down upon as a tradition that looks to bring down Indian culture. With moral policing unfairly taking higher precedence in this one-sided war against love, there is a growing need for more open-mindedness and lesser high-handed treatment of free will. [Wow, that rhymed!]

Book Review: Chasing Shadows by Mark Draycott

I responded to a call for reviewers for author Mark Draycott’s book, Chasing Shadows, the first in the DCI Morgan series. I found the premise very intriguing and reached out, wanting to review it for my blog. And here I am, doing exactly this.

Book Review: Fifth Grade Screams – The Roaming Dead

There are zombie books that make you shudder in fright, and there are those that make you pee your pants. But what if the entire zombie epidemic has a reason behind it and we are unjustly blaming them for everything? What if we can coexist in harmony? A lot of what ifs that are answered in this short, fun story by Frank Livingston and Janee Livingston.