I was just 15 then. It had already got dark so as soon as the class finished, I rushed back home. Somewhere I felt, I was being followed. I quickened my pace. He too matched my steps. Just before my house, there was a turn which was not well lit. That was crossroads. He didn't … Continue reading It could have been Me!It could have been You!
It's all about the choices you have!! Just finished reading this poignant tale of love and loss. The book kept me hooked till the end. It made me cry, made me think at the unfairness in life, but also left a glimmer of hope. Isra, Deya and Sarah are the main protagonists. Isra makes a … Continue reading A woman is no Man – Etaf Rum.
Hadn't been reading or writing for some time due to a professional commitment. So this was the first book I picked up on my flight back from Delhi to Dubai. Had wanted to read it since long, and was finally glad to have read it. Novel : The nearest exit may be behind you. Author … Continue reading Want to quit your job? Read “ The nearest exit may be behind you.” By Amulya Malladi before deciding.
Title : Two Rings Later Author : Sujil Chandra Bose Book Blurb : This is an unusual story, partly real and partly fiction. It is a story that moves around a young woman and three men around her. She is married to the first, living with the second and falls hopelessly in love with the … Continue reading Book Review : Two Rings later
I had been reading a lot lately, but somehow never reviewed any and left it for later. Later never comes, so I have decided to review the book on the day I finish. "Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni" I had come across this author through Blogchatter A to Z, 2018 where she was a mentor. Her books … Continue reading Book Review : The Mistress of spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
Love they say catches you unawares! I kept waiting for it to catch me all my life, to fall in love with that special someone! I met that special someone and he promised me love for a lifetime! Those candle light dinners! Those expensive gifts! Those never ending messages and phone calls! Those lies just … Continue reading Love they say!
I couldn't stand on my feet even. My legs and feet were already swollen up, and walking a few feet would make me realize my plight. To add to it, the head never stopped throbbing. It was 8th month only and I could not sleep uninterrupted for more than 1 hour at night. Either I … Continue reading Tale of Pregnancy
This is Part 2 of the story published last week. Link to previous story given below. The Wedding Radha woke up and realised that she was still alone in her room. She wondered where Aryan was. The sun was already peeping through her window. She could hear frenzy of activity outside. Many relatives would be … Continue reading Aryan comes back
This is Part 1 of series starting today. Please follow it on my wordpress blog..thevagabond.me or on my Facebook page The vagabond. She thought she would be happy, yet now when the evening was coming close, she was afraid. She was anxious and couldn’t get over the panic she felt in her heart. She wanted … Continue reading The Wedding
This time I promised myself, I will not bend. I will not ask Sorry, nor will I message him. No, Absolutely No, I will not call him first. I stomp away from the room, banging the door loudly. I reach my office angry, waiting to pounce on the first one who commits mistake. A hour … Continue reading War zone