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Shimmering Chimes by Maaya Dev – A Review

A collection of sixty odd poems are showcased in this book which is titled Shimmering Chimes. It is poetess Maaya Dev’s debut book. The book is published by Authorspress, Delhi. There are two forewords, one by Poet & Editor Ravi Subramanian A. and another by Essayist, Poet and Novelist Dr. Santosh Bakaya, giving an iridescent […]

Readomania, #TalkFest and a talkative blogger!

How wonderful would it be, if we could celebrate talking? The gift of speech, which is granted to us by the universe, is something we should be proud of and cultivate more. With the simple act of talking we can do so many things, inspire others, impart knowledge, communicate joys and sorrows, badger and bore […]

A Thousand Unspoken Words by Paulami DuttaGupta – A Review

A Thousand Unspoken Words is a forthcoming novel by Paulami DuttaGupta, to be published by Readomania. I received an e-copy of this novel as a Beta Reader and I couldn’t stop myself from writing this review. As I went through the first few lines of the book I was pulled into a world full of […]

Musings of a Bibliochrome

Writing on and off, reading and living life in the spaces in between.


The Fantastic and Mundane Chronicles of an Aspiring Writer


Author of the 'Lauren's Story'

Daily (w)rite

For lovers of reading, writing, travel, humanity


This is the site about life, people, highs, lows and all those blows.


Diary of a VAGABOND

Surbhi Sarna

The Pursuit of Writing

My Petridish

Imagination is the fire of life...

Heartstring Eulogies

Conjured by Sarah Doughty

Deidra Alexander's Blog

I have people to kill, lives to ruin, plagues to bring, and worlds to destroy. I am not the Angel of Death. I'm a fiction writer.

The Critiquing Chemist

Literary Analysis derived from an Analytical Chemist

The Cat's Write

Milly Schmidt

Preethi Prabhu

An Indian Home

The Writer Gal Letter

Where Writer Gal talks about books, movies, hot men, TV shows, random poetry and why she cannot absolutely go on hikes longer than three kilometers.

Hard Book Habit

Reading classics and hard books, and spouting rhubarb about them