Meddelin Chan and her family is in the wedding business. One day her mother and aunties set up a blind date for her. She is hesitant to go on the date but reluctantly she agrees. But she ends up killing her date in an accident and she calls her meddlesome mother and aunties to hide the body.
The time is 1857. Our country is under the British Rule. We are oppressed. Our fellow country people are dying of famine or oppression. This is the story of a 12 year old girl, Meera, who lives amid this scenario. Meera’s marriage has been fix with Krishna but she don’t want to marry.
The blue-eyed boy of Indian publishing, Abhimanyu Razdan is known for his bestselling romances, which move his readers to tears. PaperInk, an up-and-coming publishing house, is looking for an A-list author who will take them to the next level.
This is the story of Mrs. Pankajam who has been advised by her doctor to maintain a journal because she is starting to lose her memory. This book is narrated through her journal entries starting from the time when her husband had a heart attack. And so she pens down about her day to day life and hence follows this story of an aging woman.
Serene dreams of making couture dresses even more stunning than her mom’s, but for now she’s an intern at her mom’s fashion label. When her mom receives a sudden diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, all that changes.
Today I’m excited to participate in the Bookstagram & Creative Tour for Enchanted Misadventures with Great-Aunt Poppy by Hallie Christensenhosted by MTMC Tours. This wonderful Middle Grade Fantasy was published on October 12th, 2021 from… Read More »Enchanted Misadventures with Great-Aunt Poppy Book Tour
Gayatri Mehra is tired of her parents trying to find her a suitable husband. She would much rather focus on the history journal she edits and leave the happily-ever-after to Nandini and Amar, her newly married sister and brother-in-law.
To come to terms with her own identity, Ailey embarks on a journey through her family’s past, uncovering the shocking tales of generations of ancestors—Indigenous, Black, and white—in the deep South. In doing so Ailey must learn to embrace her full heritage, a legacy of oppression and resistance, bondage and independence, cruelty and resilience that is the story—and the song—of America itself.