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Book Review: Tides Don't Cross by Simar Malhotra

Blurb Sparks fly immediately when Rukmani—fierce and assertive in the best and worst possible ways—meets the gentle Ayaan in the magical city Paris. Meanwhile, back in India, her reticent sister, Mrinalini struggles to cope with the void of a loveless marriage and an early pregnancy. Tides Don’t Cross follows these extremely interesting characters as their lives cross in surprising ways. Mrinalini, Ayaan, and Rukmani wade through choppy tides, unaware of their common destiny. Deeply touching, this is an unforgettable story of thwarted desires, of love and its loss, of losing and finding oneself, and of falling and learning to rise. About the Book Tides don’t cross by Simar Malhotra is classified into 3 different parts, the book recount the story of the common destiny one goes through in life. The book is a mix of love and its loss, with a hint of family drama cum romance. Neelam Siritiya, a single mother had a love marriage which did not work the way she expected. Henc

Skin Rules: Your 6-week Plan to Radiant Skin book review

What if you could achieve glowing skin in just six weeks? Sounds unbelievable, but it's true! In Skin Rules, Dr. Jaishree Sharad, one of India's top cosmetic dermatologists, gives you a revolutionary six-week plan to healthy, blemish-free skin. From the basics-identifying your skin type, acquainting yourself with the fine print on labels-to home remedies, choosing the right make-up and the latest advancements in skincare treatments, this book has the answers to all your skin woes. You'd be amazed at what a short, six-week routine can do for your skin. So, what are you waiting for? About the Book Would you believe if you were told that you can get blemish free skin in 6 weeks? I mean, if it is coming from one of India’s top cosmetic dermatologist. Well, to some, this may seem like an impossible task, while for few, this sounds like music to the ears and they would definitely love to put their heart and soul in following all the beauty ritual from the book

To Read, or not to Click is the question

This is in response to the recent article by  Vulture  and The  Guardian  about  bookstagrammers ,  which was so uncalled for. Describing them as annoying, pretentious readers, and who are likely to depress others by sharing pictures of them while reading or throwing themselves in a pile of books, for Instagram.  Of Course, I am a book blogger, and I couldn't help but pen my thought and  disagree with how the article has portrayed us. It left me feeling livid, hence, I had to note my say and defend our book blogging community on the ongoing debate. Coz,  hello!  It's 2018, let people enjoy the things they love doing, reading and clicking pictures of books,  for instance.  Credit: pinterest Am I even a real reader, if I throw myself in a pile of open books, just coz I wish to show how much I love the smell of freshly printed books and that I can easily fall prey of it? Am I even a real reader, if I buy books with pretty covers, only to read them later and discuss wi