The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde is arguably one of the most versatile writers in English Literature. His works include literary masterpieces in nearly every literary genre one can think of. Among his works, his short story “The Happy Prince” (1888) occupies a special place. It is known for the signature style of writing of Oscar Wilde where heContinue reading “The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde”

Thanks Carissa for ruining my life by Dallas Woodburn

I am a big fan of Dallas after I finished reading her book The Best Week That Never Happened. The book left such an impression on me that I re-read it two times and each time I was flooded with emotions that refused to go away. When I was approached for her next work I grabbed theContinue reading “Thanks Carissa for ruining my life by Dallas Woodburn”

Dante’s Cool Wheels by Marlyn Bondiero

It was just my luck that I chanced to grab this lovely book. Wanting to read something short I was searching for a short story or even a children’s book. Dante’s cute illustration caught my eye and reminded me of my own childhood pet. I am happy that I chose to review the book. IContinue reading “Dante’s Cool Wheels by Marlyn Bondiero”

Caterpillar’s Surprise by Janet Halfmann

My excitement knew no bounds when I received an ARC of Janet Halfmann’s latest book, “Caterpillar’s Surprise”. I was hoping to win the book because of the adorable book cover which drew me towards it. This was a completely new author for me to read. When it comes to children’s books I prefer to stickContinue reading “Caterpillar’s Surprise by Janet Halfmann”

Something For Everyone By Dean W. Scott

Grabbing this book was the best decision I made. It is very rare that an author actually delivers variety in a short story collection. Dean Scott not only delivered a variety but ensures that you have a jolly good ride. The books is a potpourri of emotions, feelings, chaos, peace, love, passion, fear, etc. TheContinue reading “Something For Everyone By Dean W. Scott”

The Orange Dragon Bowl by Betty P Notzon

Genre: Fiction, Realistic Fiction, Young Adult, Contemporary fiction Rating:5/5 I wasn’t prepared for what this book had in store for me. By the look of the cover, I thought it must be some intriguing fantasy. The book cover is a mighty coverup for the avalanche of emotions this book has packed inside itself. Even thoughContinue reading “The Orange Dragon Bowl by Betty P Notzon”

Lost in You by Kally Khan

This is the first time I am disappointed in a book. The book started off with an excellent plot and really makes you want to read further. The beginning is really hard-hitting and the characters are all life-like with human flaws and mistakes. None of the characters seem fictional or drawn out. The best partContinue reading “Lost in You by Kally Khan”

Coffee Shop Girl: Chris Waddington

  Genre: Romantic Fiction, Contemporary Romance(Explicit) Rating: 4/5 To be honest, I was very skeptical about going forward with my reading. What drew me towards the book was the title and the cover. One word is apt for both: alluring. This book is not your run of the mill love story, where two people meet,Continue reading “Coffee Shop Girl: Chris Waddington”

The Awakening:Johannie Paradon

  I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. My views are not influenced or have any bias for the writer or publisher. The title alluded to me as it sounded fascinating and inviting. This is the first time I read a book in the paranormal genre. I was disappointedContinue reading “The Awakening:Johannie Paradon”

War Blog: Glen Sobey

First of all, I would like to give heartfelt thanks to Glen Sobey for providing me with a digital review copy to read this book. My review is honest, unbiased, and voluntary. Having previously read the first book by glen, ‘War Blog’, I was keenly waiting for his next book. Never in my wildest dreamsContinue reading “War Blog: Glen Sobey”