The Fall by Albert Camus

Reading an absurdist can be challenging. When I started reading The Fall by Albert Camus, my thoughts were “this is the shortest book I have” "this is my 2nd book by Albert Camus, I wont regret it maybe..” And then I nose-dived straight into it. The book starts with a self-proclaimed "judge-penitent", Jean-Baptiste Clamence, narrating... Continue Reading →

Back to Business

Let’s get back to business..because we are doing absolutely no business. Finally! found an opportunity to use that. Haven’t sold any book in 2 months (because of zero effort on my part) and my last royalty payment just bounced back to amazon like a stupid ping pong ball because of some issues with transfer wise... Continue Reading →

30 Free Book Promotion Websites.

Attention Indie Authors, I scheduled free book promo (ebook giveaway) between 17th to 20th June 2020. This time, I didn’t promote it here much just added a line to inform in the footer of my regular posts, or on any other social media platform. I rather focussed on websites. Here, I am sharing with you... Continue Reading →

Got my first royalties!!

I was wondering when was the last time I was actually happy? when was the last time I shed tears of joy? (even though it's not been very long, but in times like these we tend to forget good times) And then few hours later I got my first royalties of my first book! After... Continue Reading →

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath

If you are not a fan of Sylvia Plath I suggest you skip this one. In few words this book is only novel, a semi-biography written by Sylvia Plath and basically a narration of her downward spiral, covering her suicide attempts and hospitalization. If you know anything about her life and her writing, it’s going... Continue Reading →

Promote your book!

Hey Guys Yesterday I reblogged book announcement of a blog friend of ours and this gave me an idea. Why don't we use this space to promote your book! So this month.. that's the plan! This is going to be book promotion month yayyyy! So please drop the links to your book, it could be... Continue Reading →

The Trial by Franz Kafka

After being a constant pain in my neck for good 2 years I finally finished reading this 182 pages long insurmountable torture. I am talking about "The Trial". It's a masterfully crafted tragedy that crescendos with every word. Everytime I opened a new chapter I felt a sword gowing deeper in my throat. I have... Continue Reading →

Just Blabbering

I had an extremely busy day. It was one of those treasure hunting days when I go to old-books stalls to scan massive unorganized shelves and piles of books to find what I want. It’s literally like looking for a needle in haystack. And this is what I got today… and it was worth the... Continue Reading →

A Smile & A Dressed Wound

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!! I had to scream..like I really HAD to!! Look what I got. Yup! I ordered these books few days back, but the order got stuck somewhere and I got a call today that I may not be able to get it before Monday. I said okay as I am already in the middle of... Continue Reading →

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