In A Bubble of Time – Book Review

The book is massive in size, double the size of a regular book you find in a book store. Its cover intriguing the title said – In a Bubble of Time and boy what a bubble it was. Yes bubble is an apt tag if you consider the period it covers in the vast expanse…

Is Your Child Ready to Face the World? – Book Review

Guess what we all parents need… A timeless advice! Talk about setting expectations right and we miss the target by miles sometimes. Here is a book that sets things in the right perspective. In this life with our sky high expectations that we have for our kids, pressure from colleagues, parents, grand parents, friends of…

Madhavi S Mahadevan and her short stories

I read Madhavi’s latest book¬†Doppelg√§nger Short stories and was impressed with the simple yet charming way of writing and I had to speak to her and bring her life to you. So here is what happened when Madhavi Talked to Tiger. Madhavi opens up in a rare discussion about her childhood, her motivation and also…

Swati and the Punjabi Thali

How does living in a Punjabi family look like? What if you are married to one? We all know that Punjabis have a flavour for all that is good. A little extra dollop of makkan, sweet, juice, food and frolic. Well her new book captures the eccentric lifestyle of a typical Punjabi household with all…

Susy Matthew and the Historic Fiction

When you delve into historical fiction, you are literally playing with fire. However, when you have your facts right and can weave an interesting story line people will love it. Not as easy as it seems though. Susy Matthew has come out with two such books and I had the chance to review her latest…

Subbu and his code

P. G. Woodhouse once said, “Pretty silly it will make him feel, I rather fancy”, when responding to a critic. It is not that rare to find people who have heard of his name but it is definitely rare to find experts on PGW and someone who can indulge you in a discussion. Bala is…