The book is a relatively short read, and while it promises an intriguing murder case, it unfortunately falls short of delivering an engaging narrative. One of the major drawbacks of the story is the repetitive nature of the investigation.
I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll – Book Review
Ratings: 3/5 Format: Audiobook Platform: Audible Status: Recommended for Beginners not for serious thriller readers. A good thriller is all about how it begins and how brilliantly you can hide all the elements before revealing them all during the climax. This book, I will make you pay, is, according to me, a perfect example of … Continue reading I Will Make You Pay by Teresa Driscoll – Book Review
4 important rules on ‘how to write a novel’ by Neil D’Silva
There are certain things that you do all the time but when someone explicitly asks you about them, you go—“Really? Is this what I am doing?” For most of us authors, writing books easily makes this category. For me, writing is a highly organic activity, for the words just flow out of me when they … Continue reading 4 important rules on ‘how to write a novel’ by Neil D’Silva
5 writing tips from Shatrujeet Nath
Hello and welcome. If you are an aspiring author and already knows 'what' to write, you must be wondering about the 'how' and that's why I thought to introduce this new series where I'll bring you the tips from the mavericks of the field and who could be the better choice other than Shatrujeet Nath … Continue reading 5 writing tips from Shatrujeet Nath
‘Murderous Greed’ by Arun K Nair – Book Review
The best part of any crime fiction is the element of surprise and mystery. The author should have the quality of holding the audience till the very last page and deliver all the answers effectively. With 'Murderous Greed', Arun K Nair successfully delivers everything that a crime fiction lover would ask for. Starting from the … Continue reading ‘Murderous Greed’ by Arun K Nair – Book Review
How to choose the best ‘Vanity Publisher’?
If you dream to get published in India through big publisher without paying a penny, you have to wait for years, may be decades because the competition is way too hard and even the judges are sold. Publishers are seeking business and just question yourself, why should a publisher choose you? If your answer is … Continue reading How to choose the best ‘Vanity Publisher’?
‘Origin’ by Dan Brown – Book Review
As everyone else, i was excited to read another adventure of Robert Langdon and hence pre ordered the book months ago. The concept and the blurb of the book promised to deliver yet another path breaking story but Dan Brown had something, totally different to deliver this time. Release date arrived and the moment I … Continue reading ‘Origin’ by Dan Brown – Book Review
Daily life struggle of an ‘Author’!
Life of an aspiring or a published (doesn't matter in which category you fall) author is tough. You may say that life of everyone in creative field is tough but maybe, after reading this article, your respect for the people who fall in this rare category may rise. Let me categorize the struggles that we … Continue reading Daily life struggle of an ‘Author’!
‘One Hour Read’ – A Revolution from Author Paradise
Author Paradise is a name that brings innovation in the field of marketing of the authors. Be it Bibliograph, Grand Giveaways, making team of reviewers etc. Everything that you see around was once started by Author Paradise only. So keeping this trend up, we are coming with a new concept which is 'One Hour Read'. … Continue reading ‘One Hour Read’ – A Revolution from Author Paradise
The Front Page Murders – Book Review
Ratings: Cover: 5/5 (Would love to give more. This is one of the best cover I have ever seen) Language: 5/5 Overall: 5/5 Review: I have read so many books in this genre but when I picked this book up; I knew I’ll get to read something different. First look at the cover and you … Continue reading The Front Page Murders – Book Review