In 1999 during India’s Kargil War with Pakistan, I was a teenage boy. My blood boiled and with each breath, I whispered an old patriotic song. Vengeance was in the air, so was love for a land that I call my motherland. Years went by. Time took away what used
Change Me will take you to the recognition of resurrection. As corny as it sounds, this short yet striking message is at the centre of the idea behind the book. It is self-evident and clear, only to the advantage of a book that focuses on self-development.
In the Prologue of Change Me,
The Brahmin is a novel by Ravi Shankar Etteth. It’s a historical thriller. This book is entertaining. It provokes thoughts too. Please keep your notepads handy. You might want to scribble down some points.
Words flow deep into the recesses of the human mind when Ravi Shankar Etteth writes. I have
The first feature of The Baptism of Tony Calangute is its lyrical prose. For any writer who is starting to take the baby steps into writing, this book will elaborate the genuine practical lesson what it means to write a lyrical prose. The lovers of the sanguine, idyllic country life,