Ladies of Market Street by Emily Whitaker (Book Review #102)

Right from the start, the story throws you into a drama scene where Veronica Baldwin is locked in a basement. She is being imprisoned alongside twenty other women. These women are being used as sex slaves. She is trying to escape. Then we go back four days earlier. Veronica has sent an invitation to ten wealthy men to attend her all-inclusive party. The men are there to donate for a good cause, and in return, these women are to show these guys []

The Changing Nature Of Education- Written by Boringbug

Boringbug is a blogger, a sketch artist by hobby and a lawyer. He writes to pen his vague ideas and experiences in different forms. His blog is a part reflection of his ideas, experiences, dialogues, thoughts and opinions. It can be reached here.  Rakshita Mehta is a blogger who writes for the love of writing. Her blog can be reached here. THE CHANGING NATURE OF EDUCATION In this era of globalization, the interdependence of nation is not restricted to the competitive paradigm []

Authors: Stop Selling Short

  Today, I wish to talk about something that has been bothering me for a while. Time and time again I notice that books are being sold for as cheap as 99 cents. I am not talking about the used or unwanted books you sometimes see at the entrance of libraries. I am discussing the ones that are being sold online, brand new and in various formats. Why would an author sell years of his hard work, hours on end sitting, pondering, []

Kale and Jason by Travis Lee (Book Review #103)

  This review was kindly requested by the Author, Travis Lee. Do the paths you take and the dreams of getting there always appear to be the right course of action? And let’s assume you get there, is it then, all you ever wanted? For Kale & Jason, this story begins with a dream, a goal that is borderline obsessive. Becoming a warrior is all they ever want to be. Jason is an apprentice, and as usual, his master is holding back []


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