A book of poems that sees a friend make her debut as a published author. It makes me happy to see that because I have been able to see the changes in her writing style from Day 1 and I know this has been a dream for her.Continue reading “Book Review: Songs of a Broken Heart, by Jaibala Rao”
To take a known tale and turn it on its head is no small task. I quite loved how TF had done it in the first volume of unfairy tales, so was quite eager to read this second one.Continue reading “Book Review: More Unfairy Tales, by TF Carthick”
When the author shared the news of this book’s publication on a mutual book group on Facebook, the title, and the blurb made me want to read it. So I borrowed it quickly on Kindle Unlimited and did just that!
I don’t read books from the horror genre often, but one of my friends recommended this book to me. The title sounded interesting, as did the name of the character. So decided to give it a chance.
The Pachaihara Forest is a peaceful place, where all animals (even lions) are vegetarians, and lived in harmony with each other (well, almost). Reading this introduction brought a smile, and I felt that I was in for a fun read. This is the second book of the series.