Dear Chocoholics, Time To Get Drunk On Chocolates

Be it a chocolate ice-cream scoop, a sinful piece of a chocolate bar or a gooey chocolate brownie, there's a certain guilty pleasure when it comes to chocolates.We eat them when we are happy. We eat them when we are sad. We eat them when we have a break up or a make up. We... Continue Reading →

News Now Interview: A Journey of a Journalist on the Road to Authordom

Dear Readers, Happy to inform you that my debut novel "Road To Cherry Hills" has been well appreciated at the recently held London Book Fair and Warsaw Book Fair, apart from the national [Indian] book fairs this year. It is getting good reviews on Amazon and Flipkart as well. Thanks a lot for all the... Continue Reading →

Bring Back The Sparrows

The other day, a little sparrow, accidentally slipped into our apartment room. The pale brown feathered creature looked around and quickly found a hiding place behind my father’s bookshelf. Though the sparrow was convinced that none of us were watching, it could not escape my 10-year old’s roving eyes, as he screamed in joy, “Mamma,... Continue Reading →

Mermaids: Beyond Fairy Tales

With most of our blue planet covered by water, it's little wonder that, centuries ago, the oceans were believed to hide mysterious creatures including sea serpents and mermaids. Merfolk (mermaids and mermen) are, of course, the marine version of half-human, half-animal legends that have captured human imagination for ages. One source, the "Arabian Nights," described... Continue Reading →

Autumn Girl

She has a bit of a thing about leaves. She uses leafy themes and shades of mocha to decorate around the house. Rake up the leaves and jump right in! An Autumn girl needs the fresh, crisp air and the sound of dry leaves crunching under her toes. An Autumn girl bakes. Take her to the... Continue Reading →

A Piggy Bank Of Happiness

The other day, as I stepped out on the balcony to sip my morning tea, and just started to enjoy the bright orange flowers on the roadside, blooming against the brilliant blue summer sky, a sudden unintelligible shout disturbed my peace. To my horror, I looked down to see four agitated men running through the... Continue Reading →

Kritika Sharma Interviews Sohini Bagchi

"As a child, she liked making up stories and wrote them on her personal diaries. Later, she pursued her masters in communication studies from Manipal Institute of Communication and has worked with several media organizations. Writing is like breathing to her. It gives her a voice, a sense to her life and connects her with... Continue Reading →

A New Day, A New Beginning

As a young girl I loved to read Anne of Green Gables, over and over! She was impulsive, romantic, honest, open, free, imaginative. She was also always getting herself into a whole heap of trouble! She was a bit of a trouble magnet, mainly due to her hotheadedness and her quick fired temper. One of... Continue Reading →

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