Children’s book author and memoirist, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, passed away a week back.
I have never met her personally and I don’t know if any of her books are a part of the brimming bookshelf of my sons. Still, I broke down completely much to the bewilderment of my husband and
Life is one heck of a rollercoaster ride—the ups and downs keep hitting you constantly. One thing that keeps you anchored on this journey and provides solace is reading. It is a constant fight, in today’s world, to find time to read amidst team projects, office deadlines, Facebook posts, tweets,
“And killing don’t need no reason. This is ghetto. Reason is for rich people. We have madness.” ― Marlon James, A Brief History of Seven Killings
At 700 pages, A Brief History of Seven Killings is a humongous book that is extremely well-written. At the outset, the book is a challenging read.
I have always maintained a journal to jot down my scribbles. I remember my very first journal—a bound LIC diary in green colour—given to me by my mother. I can recollect her words then, 'Put all your writings in one place or they might get lost.' That diary became my