Nov 21, 2020

Feeling Low!! Read these books

 We at some point in our lives feel low, demotivated or clueless and try to find out ways to overcome that feeling. 

Below five books can cheer you up.Grab them as per their theme. 


Read 'P.S I Love You' if you are feeling low for the loss of your loved one
It will cheer you up and will let you accept the loss of your loved one. At the same time, it will make you realize the true power of love.

Available in both Paperback and Ebook.



Read 'The Power of Habit' if an addiction is taking control of your life
 “The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg would help you to be free from that life- long addiction. It will give you easy ways to practice and you can be free from your addiction if you follow them.

Available in both Paperback and Ebook.



Read "The Secret" if you don't know what to do in your life
 “The Secret" by Rhonda Byrne would give you a sense of strength in your belief. I can't promote this book enough and have read it number of times.

Available in both Paperback and Ebook.



Read "The Design of Everyday Things to feel confident about your perspective of the world
If you feel inferiority complex in the sophisticated world, then this book will help you clear out that clutter of thoughts from your mind and heart. 


Available in both Paperback, Ebook and Audio Book.


Read "Don't Lose Out, Work Out!" if you want to lose weight and live a healthy life.
If you are depressed with your ever increasing weight and nothing is working out for you, then read this book by Rujuta Diwekar. It will change your perspective of a good and a healthy diet. The tips are actually workable for anybody if it is followed sincerely.

Available in both Paperback, Ebook and also available in Kindle Unlimited.


Read How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie, and if you are facing a challenge in relationship management

If you don't know how to convince a client or people do not listen to you in official meetings, or nobody takes you seriously then read this book.


Books only give you ideas and motivate you but it will be only you who have to do the job. So read these books ,get on the job and kill that laziness, frustration and demotivation out of your life. 

Happy Reading.


Nov 13, 2020

Book Review Program

 


I would like to introduce this book review program with my fellow authors. The concept is simple

1)Let me know through the contact form in the side-bar if you would like me to review your book on my blog and social platforms?

2) In return I'd appreciate that you review my published book on your social platforms and your blog. 

3) I will give my honest opinion, and will expect the same from you.

4) I also read non-fiction books.

5) It will be ok if you do not want to review my book, but will be happy if you just promote it in your own ways.



Nov 1, 2020

Book Review: Mythological Monologues


Mythological monologues is one of those eclectic books which can be in your bookshelves for a very long time. The readers, from any generation, who would have an interest in mythological characters would find it fascinating to read this one by the Author: Purba Chakraborty. This book is a collection of poetry based on reverend characters of the Mahabharatha and the Ramayana.

One thing I liked about this book is that it not only depicts the celebrated and famous characters of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana but also illustrates the emotions and journey of the unsung heroes of these epics. Ahalya from Ramayana, Chitrangada and Satyavati from Mahabaratha are such examples. 

Although I was aware of most of those characters but it was really fascinating to know about them in the form of a monologue. It depicted the hard work and the research that the author had done to portray these characters in the book. An  apt usage of metaphors and similies helped me understand the true emotion of the characters. In some places, I became happy as sometimes it felt that I was again watching the Netflix series: Dharmakshetra, but that series was only based on Mahabharata characters, and this had from Ramayana as well.

Some of my favourite lines from the book:

In the darkness of absence

The night jasmine silently blooms


And then this one


Leaving behind my Shyam in Vrindavan, 

The melody of His flute in my heart,

 His Divine Name entwined with mine 

Together we will be called 

Radhe Shyam till the end of time.

This is the first poetry book that I have read, and I am happy to realize that the thought in each poem can be the central theme of an independent novel in itself. It shows the deep clarity of thoughts that the author had about the topic.

I recommend this book to all the readers who love mythological tales or want to know more about the respected and not-so-famous characters of these epics.