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Book Review: The Camphor of Night by Samir Satam

This  book  is like a warm coffee that soothes and rejuvenates you from inside out.     Kindle  |  Paperback   The Blurb: This day, Today, when looked at from the window of Future; Wouldn't it seem golden? But today it feels like just another day. Why does all this preciousness have to pass to be seen? Why can't it get its due while it lives? Unfortunately, that's the way it has always been. The Future seems to hold a certain value for The Past. But the present seems to be like an unfinished coin. It's still incomplete to derive any worth. The poems in this collection 'The Camphor Of Night' are little things stolen from life which found their way to a treasury box in which they lay locked for years until these little things developed a life of their own and hence they need to be set free, because now is their time to breathe. Excerpt: Titled: Shivers In those moments, When I think, Of his lips on yours... His skin against

Never Had I Ever Thought

This post has been published by me as a part of Blog-a-Ton 59 ; the fifty-ninth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. In association with ​IndiCreator. For Creators. By Creators. . Share Your #LockdownTales at indicreator.com Never had I ever thought that a day like this would come when humankind will be shunned  from going outside and dreaming of one Never had I ever thought  An invisible storm will hit us all so hard that our lives will come back to square one and materialism will become a thing of discard Never had I ever thought  that in a world where people stopped for none will come to a standstill, silence, and vulnerability  A progressive nation like our would crash into a downturn  Never had I ever thought that our silly generation will sit back and reflect on deep scars and damage, it did to mother earth Vow for real to address them and fix the defect Never had I ever thought  that

Book Review: Sondai- The Dowager Bride by Payal Kumar

This  book  is a journey of Sondai towards self-discovery by beating the societal stigma. Amazon   The Blurb: Sondai, who is about to die, reminiscences her entire life of transformation. She is a widow, which is a taboo in our society till date, particularly in the villages of our country and in the state Bihar. The story revolves around the indomitable beliefs of Sondai, the main character, and how this ultimately brings a progression in the fate of her family as well. Excerpt: Life had trained her with experiences. A childhood spent in fairy tales of her beauty myths to stepping into a life that's all white and blank, the transformation of her audacious persona was not at all a tranquil journey- it had been a rough and rocky conduit all the way. *** The strong gingery aroma of the boiling tea and the splashing sound of kachadis in the pan could not stop Sondai's baffling emotions from thinking about Manoj. He still had the boyish charm, irrespective