Spotlight of Saving Grace by Pamela Fagan HUtchins

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The Story:

Multi-awardwinning, Bestselling Romantic Mystery Series

Saving Grace kicks off the What Doesn’t Kill You series off with voodoo, laughs, and suspense.

Katie Connell is a high-strung attorney whose sloppy drinking habits and stunted love life collide hilariously during a doomed celebrity case in Dallas. She flees Texas for the Caribbean and escapes professional humiliation, a broken heart, and a wicked Bloody Mary habit, but ends up trading one set of problems for another when she begins to investigate the suspicious deaths of her parents on the island of St. Marcos. She’s bewitched by the voodoo spirit of an abandoned house in the rainforest and discovers that she’s as much a danger to herself as the island’s bad guys are.

See why this series won contest after contest.

2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award, Romance, Quarter-finalist

2011 Winner of the Houston Writers Guild Mainstream Novel Contest

2010 Winner of the Writers League of Texas Romance Contest

2012 Winner of the Houston Writers Guild Ghost Story Contest





About The Author



Pamela Fagan Hutchins writes overly long e-mails, the What Doesn’t Kill You romantic mysteries, and (possibly) hilarious nonfiction. She resides deep in the heart of Nowheresville, TX and way up in the frozen north of Snowheresville, WY. Pamela is passionate about great writing and smart authorpreneurship as well as hiking with her hunky husband and pack of rescue dogs and goat, experimenting with her Keurig, and traveling in the Bookmobile.

If you like Sandra Brown or Janet Evanovich for fiction or Erma Bombeck for nonfiction, you’re going to love Pamela.

2015 WINNER USA Best Books Fiction: Cross Genre (Heaven to Betsy)
2014 FINALIST USA Best Books Fiction: Cross Genre (Going for Kona)
2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Quarter-Finalist (Finding Harmony)
2013 USA Best Books Business: Writing & Publishing (What Kind of Loser Indie Publishes)
2012 Houston Writers Guild Ghost Story (Leaving Annalise)
2012 USA Best Books Parenting/Divorce (How to Screw Up Your Kids)
2011 Houston Writers Guild Novel (Finding Harmony)
2010 Writers League of Texas Romance (Saving Grace)







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Spotlight of The Mahabharata Code by Kartik K. B. Rao


Name of the Book: The Mahabharata Code 
Author: Karthik K.B. Rao

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The Story:

“The Mahabharata Code is a personal account of the main protagonist Narayan Rao (NR), who claims to be an astronomer with NASA. NR and a few other crew members agree to take part in the NASA mission to visit this mystery planet from which they had received mysterious signals. Here, they meet a man with a long flowing white beard, and he introduces himself as Vyasa. He reveals that he has a crazy plan in mind and seeks NR and his members’ help in implementing this plan. He intends to recreate the entire Mahabharata on this planet to restore the faith of the primitive simpletons here. 

As the Mahabharata incidents start unfolding, NR realizes that Vyasa intends to recreate them page by page here, if not paragraph by paragraph. Also NR begins to realize that his son, Krishna, who is being groomed by Vyasa as Vishnu’s avatar, is nothing more than a pawn in Vyasa’s scheme of things. Other incidents of Mahabharata also unfold according to the original epic. Pandavas and Kauravas grow up hating each other and finally the restaging plan culminates with both the warring sets of cousins facing each other in the battlefield of Kurukshetra. 

Inexplicably, like the original epic, Arjuna develops cold feet seeing his own cousins, teachers and relatives on the opposite side. He seeks Krishna’s divine intervention. Is the brainwashed “alien” Krishna prepared for this intervention?”





About The Author



Karthik Rao is a 32-year-old software professional based in Bangalore. He lives with his wife Sushma, parents and two little sons Kaustubh Krishna and Raghav Krishna aged 4 and 1, respectively. He says, he gets to meditate close to 3 hours every day on his bike thanks to the notorious Bangalore traffic. His hobbies include following cricket, Indian politics on the social media and Indian mythology. He also plays plastic ball cricket with his sons.







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Spotlight of Color Me Rich by Mohan Deep

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The Story:

A sensitive love story of a handsome and talented struggling painter Akash Saigal. What happens when he marries an extremely rich and beautiful artist and art investor Zenobia Taraporevala?
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Mohan Deep, is an Indian author, painter and Feng Shui Master. Mohan Deep is the author of ‘The Mystery and Mystique of Madhubala’ (1996), ‘It’s My Life’ (Novel) (1997), ‘Simply Scandalous: Meena Kumari’ (1998), ‘Eurekha!’ – an unauthorized biography of Rekha. (1999), ‘Four Options’ (2000), ‘Feng Shui for the Bold & Beautiful, the Rich and Famous’ (2001) and ‘Nehru and the Tantrik Woman’ (2002). After a sabbatical of a decade, during which he touched upon the lifves of people as a Feng Shui Master, he is back with The Five Foolish Virgins, a book of fiction, to be launched in April 2013. Mohan Deep is arguably the only Indian author to write what is often described as controversial, unauthorized star biographies in India. Columnist-journalist and former editor of ‘Illustrated Weekly of India’, Khushwant Singh called him ‘a truly gifted gossip writer’. “The maverick writer”, like columnist-reviewer-poetess Tara Patel described him has also been called William Goldman of Bollywood’s stars (By Behram Contractor, the Editor of Afternoon Despatch & Courier) (Source) Kitty Kelly of India (By R K Bajaj, the Editor of ‘The Daily’). Interestingly, almost every book he has wrote/penned has invited controversies for its bold content.







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The Monk by Akshay Shroff- A Review

The Monk by Akshay Shroff is a page turner novel which chanes the mind sets of the people. This book’s theme is a well debatable topic.


Cover- The cover is fantastic and seems contradicting from the picture shown. The gun in man’s hand tell some other story that we cannot predict. The colour scheme is eye pleasing.

Title- The title is perfectly thought as the revolves around that only. We get the literal meaning only in the end.

Blurb- Ten-year old Lakshya Gaitonde dreams of following a career in cricket like his idol, Sunil Gavaskar. But destiny has other plans for him. He loses his father, Police sub-inspector Rajaram Gaitonde in the Mumbai terror attack of March 1993. He decides to follow his father’s footsteps and becomes a police officer. In the July 2006 serial train blasts on the Mumbai suburban network, he loses his mother and fiancée. In consultation with the Commissioner of Police, he devises a diabolical plan to crush the menace of terrorism at its roots. Does he succeed? How does he manage to avenge the killing of his parents and his beloved? Why does he finally don saffron robes? About the Author Akshay Shroff has been a successful advertising sales consultant of domestic and international media, spanning over three decades, first in New Delhi followed by Mumbai. He has been associated with voluntary organizations like the Lions and the Junior Chamber International in senior positions and also with trade bodies like the Delhi Advertising Club and the Press Club of India. Married to Jayna since February 1981, he has been a responsible family man, a doting father of Rohan and a loving father-in- law of Stuti. Has a Bon Vivant nature, nurturing friendships since over five decades. Travel, trekking, reading and writing have been his passionate hobbies. Lover of animals and Nature, dogs have been his companions on and off. While THE MONK is his debut novel, writing will now be his full time engagement.

PLot- The plot is beautifully woven. THe story revolves around Lakshya Gaitonde who aspired to be a cricketer at the age of 10 but all his dreams take a halt after the dark clouds of terrorism strikes his life.This book is an elucidation of his struggles till the end.

Characterisation- The author has beautifully  portrayed his characters. The character of Lakshya is intense and really powerful. He is Vitthal for his mother and an apple of eye of his father. Life takes a turning point when his father dies and then after 13 years, his mother and his fiance. His dream of becoming a cricketer ends up in vain which further adds a fear of acceptance in him.

The father is a police man whose name is not mentioned till the end of the novel. He is honest, dutiful and a caring parent. He is an idol for Lakshya. He plays a cameo role in the book and his presence is short lived as he dies in attacks but his values always stay wih Lakshya.

Seema is Lakshya’s fiance who loves him from the core of her heart. She is beautiful and easy to connect with but when she dies, readers shed fresh tears for her.

Style- The style of writing is lucid, clear and condensed. The way the author has given every inch detail of attacks and about terrorism is impeccable. Further, the narrative style is mind blowing. Some sentences are eye catchers and this book seems flawless and the marathi words are catchable but it is requested if the author can mention translation for those who are totally naive about this language.

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Book Review of Confused Bastards

Confused Bastards by Manav Vigg is youth centric novel with new generation thought process. Manav Vigg has sorted the confused minds of three friends Akash, Jai and Vivek.


Cover- The cover of the book is confusing and we can notice some lines in multicolour and that signify something which we can track once we read the chapter.

Title- The title of the book is apt as the whole story revolves around it. Confused Bastards is a tricky title that says a lot in just two words.

Blurb- What happens when three entrepreneurs initiate a start-up which shocks the nation?

Aakash,Jai and Vivek are mostly usual in their ways,except for some.Struggling qith their own inner conflicts as well as tje cruel world outside, they decide to show the world their true potential. To make it big. But how?
They become the voice of the nation by starting up an online platform where people can upload unbashed, unapologetic videos, venting out their angst against people, politics,bosses,lovers, taboos, or just anything. Even the founders themselves.
The platform spreads like wild fire. But when has fire doused without burning a few! Confused Bastards is not just witty, gritty, fast-paced journey of three friends, it’s also an intolerant story for a tolerant country!
Review- There comes a time in one’s life when he wants to do something but ends up doing nothing or doing something remarkable. So, Confused Bastards is about three friends who want to do something so they come up with a startup which is the strongest point in this book. It adds a new wave in the youth centric generation. This book teach us that everything comes for a price. If we gain something, it is the result of tremendous struggle, suffering and many more. The plot is gripping and one can read the book in one go. The characters are pretty impressive. All help alot in the plot construction. The style is simple, lucid and pithy. The story is in third person narrative followed by amazing descriptions.THis book is a guideline or rather say, motivation for people who want to start something new. The wittiness, bromance adds flavour to the book. The novel is neither fast, nor slow.The only drawback of the book is the font size which is too small and it really effects one’s eyesight. But that doesn’t hamper the quality of the book.