Amish Tripathi and authors like him who fall in the same line have tried to change many things about our history, beliefs and also the idea known as mythology. Well, I have already read a few novels in the mythological line and had my differences drawn against those as well. However, I did not know … Continue reading Well, I read some mythological novels!
So, which is the best novel by this well-established novelist Chetan Bhagat that you can recommend to other readers? I have been asked this question many a time in my career as a book blogger and I have tried all the times to escape because, being honest, I think Chetan's novel never approached me this … Continue reading The only Chetan Bhagat Book I truly liked!
There are only a few novelists whom you would like to read again and again. At the same time, there are also many novelists whom you would like to read and let off from your mind as soon as possible before you decide to read their works again. Few Things Left Unsaid is one of … Continue reading Jumping into the darkness of Few Things Left Unsaid
Chetan Bhagat is a phenomenon that occurs only rarely in any country's popular literature. In India, fortunately, we have seen an author like Chetan flourishing and doing extremely well in the modern context where readers want nothing but entertainment at any cost, even at the cost of literary ethics, qualities and value. He has taken … Continue reading Two novelists in India: two different stories – analysis of Chetan Bhagat vs Ashwin Sanghi’s game plans
While it is heartening to see Indian English literature flourish on a daily basis in terms of the number of books being published every month, we have to acknowledge the elephant in the room and understand that we cannot justify everything being published in the name of literature. Every single day, the Indian book industry … Continue reading The problem with Indian English literature – opinion
In India, writing a book and then getting it published was considered to be a daunting task a decade ago or perhaps always before a decade. However, with the advent of self-publishing, the dynamics have really changed and more and more people are coming to the fold of published authors group as they are using … Continue reading Self-Publishing a book in India – some ideas
Chetan Bhagat has many merits and, of course, demerits are always higher than his merits. However, just because he has demerits, one cannot discount his merits altogether. His novel, Half Girlfriend, is certainly a mediocre attempt at contemporary fiction (or the very genre is mediocre if one wants to let Chetan Bhagat escape from the … Continue reading Chetan Bhagat’s Half Girlfriend could be more… only if
"Three gangs had come to loot the same bank. On the same day at the same time. And as bizarre as it seemed, Nari and gang was just one among them, outnumbered and outmanoeuvred." Seen something like this? Well, I don't remember that in my reading hours, I have read a plot like this - … Continue reading Is Suraj Laxminarayanan the next-gen entertainer in fiction writing?
Well, if you said yes right now, I have a good news for you. If you said no, still I will pursue you for your approval because reading author interviews is certainly a good thing that allows every reader to freshen up a little and understand the writing of an author very conveniently and rather … Continue reading Do you want to read interviews with authors?
"Writing for me is something I enjoy as well as respect! I write to convey what I think and to understand what others want to convey." When you talk to author Prabhat Ranjan, you will feel like talking to a humble man with roots on the ground and so much of thoughts wavering inside. Prabhat … Continue reading Meet Prabhat Ranjan: an author from Bihar