Sunday, March 19, 2017

LadooBook: Chai Time with Vaibhav Malankar

Last week, I introduced you to LadooBook and as promised, I have with me on the blog today, Vaibhav Malankar, who along with his wife Ankita Sagar, created the wonderful picture book series.

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

5 Classics Every Woman Should Read

Priya's Lit Blog: 5 Books Every Woman Should Read

March 8 is Women's Day, the day many women pause and think about their past, present and future. So did a friend of mine, who on reflection realised that she hadn't read a book in years, thanks to her busy work life. She felt that she needed to read stories of ordinary women just like her and their sorrows, fears, and little joys, that she could relate to.

Saturday, March 04, 2017

LadooBook: Raising Multilingual Readers

Priya's Lit Blog: LadooBook -Multicultural Children's Book Review
Did you know that February 21 is celebrated as International Mother Language Day? The idea behind it is to promote awareness and acceptance of linguistic diversity and multilingualism, which I believe, is of prime relevance today. And I'm excited to introduce you to LadooBook, a brilliant venture to connect young readers with Indian culture and teach a little bit of Hindi.

Read on to claim the special code at the end of the post.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

HLF 2017: A Tamil - Filipino Juxtaposition

The 2017 edition of the Hyderabad Lit Fest which happened in Hyderabad from January 27 to 29, witnessed a good crowd of literary enthusiasts from the city and outside. I could attend just the last day this time but I enjoyed it just as much as I did the last three times that I attended. 

Here's a little sneak peek into the event and the insights I gained, all in a nutshell.

Friday, February 03, 2017

An Undying Affinity for Writing

Priya's Lit Blog: Sara Naveed on her Undying Affinity for Writing

February is here and love is already in the air. Sara Naveed, my dear friend and writer from Pakistan is releasing her second novel Our Story Ends Here, a contemporary romance, and is joining us on the blog today to talk about her writing journey and more. Read through till the bottom for a bonus!

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

A Celebration of Culinary Diversity

Multicultural Children's Book Day is just a week away and I'm ready with my first book review for the big event. If you have ever felt like the odd one out, living in a foreign place, this is a book you would wish you had read as a child.

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

A Christmas with Ornaments of Love