Book Review: Making Arrangements by Ferris Robinson

Life is as uncertain as the mood swings of a cat (that’s the best comparison I could think of) and this fact is the very foundation of Making Arrangements by Ferris Robinson. Lang has been preparing for her death since the day her doctor informed her that she has no more than a year to live. She has started writing letters to her husband, Jack, for every occasion such as his birthday, Christmas, etc. Little does she know that Jack, who never had any health problems, would die before her. She is not ready for this calamity, but when is anybody … Continue reading Book Review: Making Arrangements by Ferris Robinson

Book Review: Chasing Diana – Perception Vs. Reality: Inspired by Our True Story by James and Robin Firestone

Late Princess Diana requires no introduction. She was a legend who was loved by one and all. In the hindsight, was she really loved by all? If yes, then — based on the facts presented in the book, why were there many red flags in the investigation of her “accident?”  Chasing Diana – Perception Vs. Reality: Inspired by Our True Story by James and Robin Firestone is a screenplay version of the accident, which killed Princess Diana and Dodi Al Fayed, that James and Robin Firestone witnessed. The screenplay is not an exact replica of the incidents that took place. The … Continue reading Book Review: Chasing Diana – Perception Vs. Reality: Inspired by Our True Story by James and Robin Firestone

Book Review: Escape (Tip of the Spear Book One) by Belle Ami

Escape (Tip of the Spear Book One) by Belle Ami is a combination of romance and action. As the book includes a vivid description of sexual scenes and sensual desires, it is definitely a book for adults. Layla Rose Wallace is excited about her trip to Dubai with her boyfriend. Her father, Doctor Alec Wallace, is a renowned nuclear physicist. When she informs him about her plans to visit Dubai, he does not share her enthusiasm. He is not thrilled about the idea that her boyfriend is a Saudi. If he could put his (Layla’s bf) nationality aside for a … Continue reading Book Review: Escape (Tip of the Spear Book One) by Belle Ami

The Cure for Cacophony: Another Cacophony #FridayReflections

There is a wide range of cacophony in each individual’s head. Some special ones have many cacophonies running simultaneously. I belong to this special category most of the days. However, when the record in my head is stuck on one particular track of noise, I have discovered that another track of wonderings helps me. But does that really help me or simply takes away my chance to live in the moment? You must be thinking,”What is she babbling about?” If you had written this post and I was reading it, I would have thought the same. So, allow me to … Continue reading The Cure for Cacophony: Another Cacophony #FridayReflections

Rage and Mercy Part 1 by Scott Dresden

The base of Rage and Mercy Part 1 by Scott Dresden is how drug fiends treat the society and vice versa. Sayer has been driving Diana for about ten years. She has a medical condition due to which her dad has appointed Sayer as her driver. Although Sayer is a very reserved guy, Diana’s compassionate nature develops love in his heart. He wants nothing but the best for her. However, destiny has something hideous planned for her. A group of fiends mercilessly kill Diana. This heinous act throws Sayer into a murderous streak. He begins hunting and killing these low lives. … Continue reading Rage and Mercy Part 1 by Scott Dresden

Book Review: Border Post 99 – No Man’s Land by Kedar Patankar

“Love and humanity may blossom in the most barren of the places” is the central theme of Border Post 99 – No Man’s Land by Kedar Patankar. The story revolves around Lieutenant Mangesh Sharma (referred as Sharma in rest of the review and the book) and Captain Abid Khan (referred as Khan in rest of the review). While Sharma belongs to the Indian army, Khan is a captain in Pakistani Army. The animosity between these countries is not hidden from anybody. Both have been appointed to guard Post 99 by their respective countries. Post 99 is not an ordinary place. Officially, it … Continue reading Book Review: Border Post 99 – No Man’s Land by Kedar Patankar

Are We Dancing to the Tunes of Luck? #FridayReflections

Before we indulge in a thought-provoking conversation about destiny and other complicated topics, I would like to clarify that I am not a philosopher. I might pretend to be one every now and then, but I have not studied philosophy. Whatever I feel, I write it down and share with the world. I believe the heart and the soul know the truth; it’s up to us to really think about something, dig deep, and the answers will come to us. See, philosophy comes easily to me 😉 There is no denying that we can’t control everything in life. Does it … Continue reading Are We Dancing to the Tunes of Luck? #FridayReflections

“Wait for a Little Longer,” Said Life — Always! # FridayReflections

I love reflecting on the lives of myself and other people around me. Out of many things that are common in everybody’s life is waiting. Everyone is waiting for something or someone at every step of their lives. Sometimes we are waiting for our shifts to be over so that we might get out of our offices. Some other times, this wait might be a more difficult one, like waiting for a dead relationship to rekindle or a long gone friend to come back or, in the case of many Indian IT people, stamping of their US visa. Some people … Continue reading “Wait for a Little Longer,” Said Life — Always! # FridayReflections

Book Review: The Refuge by Heidi Martin

In our pursuit to success, we have forgotten to discover our own true self, and this fact is the foundation of The Refuge by Heidi Martin. The protagonist, Anna, is suffering the loss of her daughter, Claire. To deal with this pain, she has drowned herself into work. She is traveling continuously for work, spending most of her time in the office, and staying away from her husband (Frederick). He is eager to talk about their loss with Anna, but she is not willing to open herself up to him or anybody. This emotional and physical distance is affecting their … Continue reading Book Review: The Refuge by Heidi Martin

Book Review: Apollo’s Raven by Linnea Tanner (Book 1 in the Apollo’s Raven Series)

This is the first book in the Apollo’s Raven series, and it promises a lot of conspiracies, romance, betrayals, politics, action, and sorcery in the next book. Celtic Princess, Catrin, is the youngest daughter of King Amren. Apart from being a skilled warrior, she is a druidess. She has many magical qualities, but she is not aware of most of them. For now, she struggles with her ability to see through the eyes of her raven. However, she is still learning to control this magical power. King Amren and Queen Rhiannon are concerned with their daughter being a druidess. King’s … Continue reading Book Review: Apollo’s Raven by Linnea Tanner (Book 1 in the Apollo’s Raven Series)