Confessions of a Queen B* (The Queen B* #1)

by Crista McHugh

I have been reading a lot of young adult books these days. Mainly because of the popularity of this genre. It is also revisiting the past which makes the genre more interesting. We have all been through this stage and it surely was a fun time. First crush, butterfly in stomach, facing the queen bees etc. This is what brings me to this book called Confessions of a Queen B*. Initially I was really thinking... continue reading→

crista mchugh

What got me reading

While the first words are taught to us are by our parents, they are the ones who guide our clumsy fingers to write our first alphabets and they are the ones who help us string a sentence, which we often fail to complete. Some of us are fortunate to be handed that first book to read by our parents, some others aren’t so, for some people believe the land of stories is a distraction from... continue reading→


In the clearing

by Robert Dugoni

The third one in the Tracy Crosswhite series, In the clearing is a fine offering made by Robert Dugoni. Featuring Seattle Homicide Detective Tracy Crosswhite, the series has kept Dugoni in the Amazon top 10 for more than two years. He is also the author of the legal thriller series featuring David Sloane. In all he has published 10 novels and an expose, The Cyanide Canary. Cover Drawing a direct reference to the name, the... continue reading→


World’s Best Boyfriend by

by Durjoy Datta

Durjoy Datta is quickly climbing the charts to be one of the most loved authors in Indian literature. Durjoy Datta is known to explore different aspects of modern love stories. These love stories are not simple. Things here get messy, ugly, irreparable, and according to Mr. Datta, this is how love works. The author possesses a flair of writing. He can make you stop eating and drinking till you finish the book. I have come... continue reading→

Clisson and Eugénie

by Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon Bonaparte, known for his military conquests, possessed an exceptional skill when it came to writing. A man of 26 who had lived to know nothing but war, his entire life, found refuge. And then, ‘during the years 1794 and 1795, the period following Napoleon’s ventures into literary and political writing, he was to experience the love affair that would inspire the creation of his most ambitious work, Clisson and Eugénie.’ Napoleon wrote this part... continue reading→

One Hundred Years of Solitude

by Gabriel García Márquez

Lauded as the ultimate achievement of this Nobel Prize winning author, One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez is a beloved and acclaimed novel renowned globally.Considered one of the most significant authors of the 20th century and one of the best in the Spanish Language, and a recipient of varied awards for his widely published work Gabriel García, is known extensively for popularizing a literary style labeled as magic realism, which uses magical... continue reading→