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 […]
Reading Books – A Hobby That Will Change Your Life!
“No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.” – Dead Poets Society (1989) This is one of the most inspiring quotes from my all-time favorite movie, and recalling this takes me to the importance of […]
The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma [Review]
There is no doubt that Robin Sharma’s books are brilliant and have often been called life-changing. He has made an impact on millions of lives across the globe, and there is no denying that he has a great personality. That […]
Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi [Review]
A haunting tale narrated in a comic narrative that mocks all authorities of literature, Persepolis indeed is the work of a rebel. The first volume of Persepolis commences from the perspective of a young girl living in tumultuous Iran, puzzled […]
Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf [Review]
Kent Haruf’s lyrical romance novel, Our Souls at Night had been on my reading list for a long time. I finally made time for it on a cold night and followed Addie into Louis’s house for a brief visit that […]
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 […]