The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho [Review]
Recently, in an attempt to explore different genres and writing styles, I picked up The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Initially written in Portuguese, this book is now sold worldwide in 70 different languages. This international bestseller is about a boy […]
The Haunted Doll’s House by M.R. James [Review]
Horror as a genre has been popular in English Literature ever since Mary Shelley decided to pen down Frankenstein, and several authors have tried their hand at exploring the possibilities of creating a good horror story. It sure is a […]
Self-Publishing (Vs) Vanity Publishing: The Difference Explained!
The publishing industry is one of the most competitive spheres ever and also prone to a wide oscillation in the success to failure ratio. A book becomes a bestseller based on a variety of influencing factors, and the industry makes […]
Publishing Pitfalls: What Should One Look Out For!
Behind every book ever published, there is a story about the journey it had undertaken towards that goal. Starting with how the plot was conceived until how it was published and marketed, the story behind the scenes is oftentimes more […]
Prepare to Publish: Tips to Make the Journey Easier!
The chasm between writing a book and actually getting to publish it is growing every day in some cases. With traditional houses getting more submissions than they can handle and rejecting a majority of them, it becomes imperative to understand […]
The Right Reading Research: Tips on Honing your Writing!
A writer is not just what he writes, but also what he reads. Reading shapes the writer’s attributes, including their style, language, execution, etc. Before one can attempt writing, one has to read a lot. This exercise is essential for […]
When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalanithi [Review]
Have you ever wondered, “Why to live when we are going to die anyway?” If your answer is yes, then I highly recommend you to read the book I am going to discuss about today. When Breath Becomes Air is […]
Train to Pakistan by Khushwant Singh [Review]
In 1947, after 90 years of relentless struggle, India finally managed to break free of the shackles of British Raj. If you ever paid attention during History and Civics lectures, you’ll be able to recall some of the movements that […]