I think most of us would have become nostalgic for childhood at one time or another. Sometimes it’s triggered by photographs, at other times by items we treasured back then. In its essence, this book has that effect. It’s like a time machine back to the innocent days of childhood, as well as the moments of mischief we might be able to relate to.Continue reading “Book Review: Half Pants Full Pants, by Anand Suspi”
I’ve been reading this book slowly over the past few weeks. The author was kind enough to send me a copy. I loved the title and was happy to pick it up for reading based on the blurb. The book is a collection of seven short stories.Continue reading “Book Review: Of Swans and Songs by Rohini Paranjpe Sathe”
Some nights, sleep evades me. I usually turn to my comfort reads on such days but for some reason, I chose to borrow this book from Kindle Unlimited to read. Perhaps the editor’s name helped the choice.Continue reading “Book Review: Love Stories, edited by Ruskin Bond”
I remember old Goosebumps books which had multiple endings, and the reader would be guided by his/her choice. When I read the blurb of this e-single book, I was reminded of that.
I’ve read a few of Jeffrey Archer’s short-reads stories this year, which I feel look at generating interest in the bigger story collections itself.