How To Make Reading A Habit

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So many people want to read. They sit down doing some work or other and remember how they used to love reading. They ask themselves where the time has gone, whether they grew out of it or found something more interesting to do with their time. When they ask that latter question of themselves they […]

How To Start Writing A Novel

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A Simple Set Of Tips To Help You Get Started On Your Book Some of my cousins and friends have often passed a query by me. They wanted to know how they could actually start writing a novel or some written work of fiction and keep that flow going once they’ve begun. Well, being a […]

The Mystery of "The Cuckoo’s Calling"

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  In case you haven’t already figured it out The book is called "The Cuckoo’s Calling" and a certain man by the name of Robert Galbraith had written this adult crime thriller, or so went the story. It was a witty twist in name choice by a certain other infamous author we’ve all come to […]

Winners for “5 books up for grabs” giveaway

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  This is it, day of reckoning. At least it is for all those who participated in our Author Book Giveaway contest where all you needed to do was this or that, according to the conditions, or as a lot of us are known to do (me included) avoid doing most this or that and […]

Book Review – Artemis Fowl

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5 books Up for Grabs

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  Here we are with a Giveaway for all our loyal readers and friends. Joshua and me, Bhakti, sincerely thank you for all the love and support that you have extended to our blog.

Book Review – Freakonomics

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About The Book: This super-interesting fact-explosive ultra-awesome read called "Freakonomics" combines a sense of healthy curiosity about some of the things that make our world and society tick and how these seemingly simple facts, seen under the all-penetrating sightline of Economics, reveal a weird yet incredible pattern.

I Played A Game With Life–Richardson Susairaj

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About The Book: Being one of the first people to read his book long before it could hit the shelves, I feel privileged to know this author and call him one of my closest friends. With an engaging plotline and characters we can all relate to, sometimes even aspire to be, Richard has written a […]