Hi everyone! I've been receiving a lot of DMs for these editions, famously known as Methuen Drama written in 20th century. I have compiled these titles and their direct Amazon links for you. 1. Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2QjqbVD INR 189 2. The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams Amazon… Continue reading Bloomsbury Modern Drama
I totally agree with Faroukh here, thanks for making things clear for everyone.
‘Just because I’m passionate about something doesn’t mean I need to do it for free.’
– Faroukh Naseem
Yeah, I finally have a quote to my name (Somebody please add it to Goodreads.)
For best results the writer recommends you read this with the calming voice of Morgan Freeman in your head.
A couple of days ago I posted a twitter thread which I later shared on Instagram as well. Here’s the post if you’re like me and love to read 300+ comments about a topic which hasn’t been openly discussed much.I’ll go through each tweet and try and elaborate as much as I can.
But before we get into it, let me briefly talk about Content Creation which seems to have been misunderstood by a lot of people.
Content creation takes time and effort. It also takes a lot of understanding of what our audience likes. If today I…
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The Delay is the story of Kiran and how drastically her life changes when she meets Mohit. The first half seems like a romantic love story but the second half completely changes it's genre into a tragedy (not a romantic tragedy). Kiran gets impregnated by Mohit who goes back to his ex later on. Now,… Continue reading The Delay by Amandeep Singh
"To define is to limit."- Oscar Wilde I had pretty much same feelings about this book; to talk about it is to limit the circles which the narrator struggles to close. Haruki Murakami is ready with another thrilling fiction full of magic realism and weirdness and all the shenanigans. Happy Publication Day to this gigantic… Continue reading Killing Commendatore by Haruki Murakami
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I haven't read the whole series so I won't say I really got everything about it but one thing I can tell is the book is undoubtedly interesting. When I started reading this book, I was introduced to Bookstagram crush Rhysand and after finishing the book I could understand why! ACOFAS is a bridge novella… Continue reading A Court of Frost and Starlight by S.J. Maas
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LG BTQ Literature isn’t something new in this century, it had been written by many people since millenniums. When I was doing research on this topic, I realized there were many authors who belonged to this community and I was flying another ship all the time. I was completely fascinated to know the other side… Continue reading LGBTQ Literature, Authors and Recs
Funny and witty Meha takes you on her journey as an assistant wedding planner and is in search of her forever-wala-love. She meets Samir at her ex-boyfriend's wedding and the story takes off. A typical Iove story of two people but how is it different? Because it talks about how our generation is taking relationships… Continue reading Let’s Have Coffee by Parul A. Mittal