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BR #23 | Chloe's Crusade! (The Teddy Bear Chronicles Vol. II) | Donnalyn Vojta | New Traditions Publishing | ★★★★

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Book - Chloe's Crusade! (The Teddy Bear Chronicles Vol. II) Author - Donnalyn Vojta Publisher - New Traditions Publishing Rating - ★★★★




Author Bio: (from book) After 44 years on this Earth, the one constant, in terms of Donnalyn Vojta's strengths, is writing. From college to legal writing to lesson planning, and now fiction writing, it is her favorite and strongest skill. Vojta has a B.A. (cum laude) in Philosophy, including a minor in Literature. She also earned her J.D. in 1999. When she is not writing fiction, Vojta is working as an Academic Private Tutor in all subjects related to English.

Book Review: "Chloe's Crusade! (The Teddy Bear Chronicles Vol. II)" by Donnalyn Vojta is a suspense thriller and continues the adventures of a unique narration from Teddy bears after Vol. I where we see most of the previous characters returning for a thrilling adventure in South America and Europe this time. We have two new narrators this time - Tiny Bear and Rocco Bear who play…

BR #22 | What is an Indian? | Tarun Deep Singh | Pothi.com | ★★★★

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Book - What is an Indian? Author - Tarun Deep Singh Publisher - Pothi.com Rating - ★★★★



Author Bio: (from book) Tarun Deep Singh is an IT professional, currently living in Chandigarh. He loves to read and review books. He has done his MS in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA. Tarun Deep has co-authored a US patent on Fault Isolation on PCI bus. He is passionate about writing and likes to express his thoughts. He loves to play Table Tennis and writing poems in Hindi. Following are the list of his previous publications:

1. Self Published Book available at Pothi.com: “Man Is A Thought: Scientific and Theological Journey To Space of Thoughts.”
2. Self Published Book available at Pothi.com: “What Is an Indian?”
3. Story “Resurrection of Faith” published in Chicken Soup for the Indian Teenage Soul-Teen Talk-Growing Up by Westland Publishers.

Book Review: "What is an Indian?" by Tarun Deep Singh is a book of reflections and personal insights on what…

BR #21 | The Ascent of Love | Rooprashi | Invincible Publishers | ★★★★

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Book - The Ascent of Love Author - Rooprashi Publisher - Invincible Publishers Rating - ★★★★




Author Bio: (from book) Management Executive, author and blogger, Rooprashi is an individual brimming with stories. The author, whose debut novel “The Girl Who Saw It All” made waves across the country, possesses both compassion and composure as well as a capacity for empathy that is clearly reflected in her writing. She writes with an aim to motivate her readers and infuse positivity in society.

She loves writing motivational and spiritual pieces as well as quotes. For more info on her writing and updates on her latest articles and books, you can visit her website www.rooprashi.in

You can also connect with her:
Facebook : Rooprashi
Instagram: @rooprashi

Book Review: "The Ascent of Love" by Rooprashi is an adventurous love story full of colors and beauty - of life, relationships and nature. It does not take long for one to realize that the story will manifest into encounters and chance co…

BR #20 | Rhythm of Spiritual Beats | Srinivasan Panchanadam Nathan | Educreation Publishing | ★★★

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Book - Rhythm of Spiritual Beats Author - Srinivasan Panchanadam Nathan Publisher - Educreation Publishing Rating - ★★★




Author Bio: (from book) Srinivasan Panchanadam Nathan Is A Supply Chain Professional and Also A Poet. He Has Been Writing Poems Since Childhood Days. His First Poem Collections – My Reflection Was Published In 2014. Srini, As He Is Fondly Called by His Family Members and Friends Has Made A Sincere Attempt to Get the Attention of Maximum People in His Poems – "Rhythm Of Spiritual Beats". Sharing to The Readers Experiences in Life and His Expertise in The Art of Capturing The Metaphors.

Book Review: "Rhythm of Spiritual Beats" by Srinivasan Panchanadam Nathan is a collection of over 100 short poems depicting the inspirations and uncertainties of life. The book is captivating in the sense that every poem has beautiful artwork in the adjacent page and the poems themselves are not too long. They have short lines with fewer syllables which the reader can eas…

BR #19 | Cocoa Truths | Sadiya Sultana | BookLeaf Publishing | ★★★★

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Book - Cocoa Truths Author - Sadiya Sultana Publisher - BookLeaf Publishing Rating - ★★★★




Author Bio: (from book) After having worked in Finance and Human resources Sadiya proceeds with writing to utilize her best qualities, communication and analyzing with a dash of sweetness and a splash of bitterness. Originally from Bangalore, India, she currently resides in Dubai. Poetry to her is very therapeutic. Writing down a poem and sipping coffee has been her quick fix from all the chaos. She writes poetry in both English and Urdu.

Book Review: "Cocoa Truths" by Sadiya Sultana is a collection of 20 short poems or short pieces of write-ups which when punched together and arranged in a definitive manner, tell a story of love, lust, and longing. The style adopted by the poet is unique, wherein she numbers the headings of the poems reflecting an array of things to read and patterns to follow. This is backed by the absence of a contents page which further makes the book interesting to read…

BR #18 | The Code of Manavas (Maha Vishnu Trilogy: Part I) | Arpit Bakshi | Rupa Publications | ★★★★★

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Book - The Code of Manavas (Maha Vishnu Trilogy: Part I) Author - Arpit Bakshi Publisher - Rupa Publications Rating - ★★★★



Author Bio: (from book) Arpit Bakshi has studied electrical engineering and has an MBA in finance from the University of RPI, Troy, New York. He now works for a prominent Indian bank. Arpit had initially wanted to pursue a career in theoretical physics, but ended up opting for engineering (as most students of science in India tend to do). Since his childhood, two things have never failed to amaze him—the vast expanse of the cosmos; and the unfathomable depth of Indian mythology and spirituality. He believes that one should never stop learning and it is his love for science that has gravitated him towards writing this mythology-inspired science fiction. Arpit is based in Gurgaon, India.

Book Review: "The Code of Manavas (Maha Vishnu Trilogy: Part I)" by Arpit Bakshi is a science fiction thriller based on theories of time travel in parallel universes combined …

BR #17 | DareDreamers | Kartik Sharma, Ravi 'Nirmal' Sharma | Rupa Publications | ★★★★★

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Book - DareDreamers Author - Kartik Sharma, Ravi 'Nirmal' Sharma Publisher - Rupa Publications Rating - ★★★★




Author Bio: (from book) Kartik Sharma is an alum of IIT Delhi and IIM Ahmedabad, who pursues his passion for writing while working as a public health professional. He leads the difficult life of an optimist. Kartik’s father Ravi ‘Nirmal’ Sharma is an alum of Delhi College of Engineering. After being a serial entrepreneur for more than two decades, he now works as a creative conceptualizer. The duo is Delhi-based.

Book Review: "DareDreamers" by Kartik Sharma & Ravi 'Nirmal' Sharma is a marvelous tale which is fast-paced, believable and enthralling. This action adventure story addresses a lot of key issues of work, life and the lengths we go to prove our 'worth'. One may not find solace in every action taken but every action taken definitely has a broader motif than meets the eye. A lot is to be learnt and lamented in opening a startup and succes…

BR #16 | Tarikshir | Khayaal Patel | Westland | ★★★★★

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Book - Tarikshir Author - Khayaal Patel Publisher - Westland Rating - ★★★★




Author Bio: (from book) Khayaal Patel is working on newer stories set in Rudra’s exciting universe, and when he is not, you can find him reading comic books, watching movies, trying to figure out the secrets of the universe and indulging in his incredibly unhealthy addiction to anything chocolate. This is his first novel.

Book Review: "Tarikshir" by Khayaal Patel is a fantasy drama adventure thriller set during the early history of the British Rule in India. It extracts mythological references from Ramayan and from the aftermath of the battle between Ram and Ravan. The entire 330 pages is a masterpiece as we find many plots and sub-plots contributing to a beautiful narrative. There is a thrill, reference, mystery, truth, evil and even Game of Thrones inspired villains but more Indian in taste and flavor. This book calls for a perfect movie plot should it one day ever get adapted on screen.

Rudra is the hei…