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Book Excerpt of Yudhisthira – The Unfallen Pandava by Mallar Chatterjee

Yudhisthira The Unfallen Pandava   By Mallar Chatterjee   We, with our large army, reached Kurukshetra quite early in the morning from the west side with our faces to the east. The Kaurava army had not yet arrived. The new sun was just some distance into the sky from the horizon, beaming away serene rays […]

Guest Post by Jayant Kripalani…. The story behind Cantilevered Tales

The name Jayant Kripalani is enough for anyone to say ‘Yes!’ to a guest blog post by him, and it is my utmost honour to host and present to you the story behind his upcoming book which is edited by the ace editor Indrani Ganguly, and is Published by Readomania. Jayant Kripalani is an artist, […]

Mock, Stalk and Quarrel – A Review

29 stories 29 Authors 29 issues that have been dealt with excellent dose of satire, sarcasm and wit! This book literally takes you on a roller-coaster ride, one story after another keeps you on the edge. Every time you finish a story it leaves you amazed at the craftsmanship of the people involved. The sharp […]

Confessions with Author Ayan Pal

Ayan thank you for agreeing to this interview, First of all congratulations, your debut novel is a best seller and gaining accolades from all over, how does this feel? Did you anticipate this success? While I obviously wanted the book to be successful, I did not anticipate the level of positivity it has gained in […]

In The Light Of Darkness by Radhika Maira Tabrez – A Review

I took my time with this, I could not rush through Tabrez’s debut novel, it is so hauntingly beautiful I had to pause, go back a few pages and re-read what I had just read. People say good books have life in them, I say then this book has soul. I have read Tabrez’s work […]

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 […]

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