book reviews

Book Review: ‘Unveiling The Blue Jade by Shobha Nihalini’

Book Review: ‘Unveiling The Blue Jade by Shobha Nihalini’

A young woman’s discovery of a precious relic hidden inside her grandmother’s statue of Mirabai, the legendary Rajasthani princess-saint, fastens the reader into a gripping…

A Gripping Tale Enough to Increase our Legal Curiosity

A Gripping Tale Enough to Increase our Legal Curiosity

Book: Honour Bound – Adventures Of An Indian Lawyer In The English Courts Author: Sarosh Zaiwalla Pages: 265 Price: Rs. 699 Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Rating:…

Book Review: Your Roots can always lead you home- The Family Tree

I felt really overwhelmed after reading this book because when you finish a 520 pages long book without even skipping a word and you want…

interviews

Modern Language has paved the way for simple language says acclaimed novelist, Bina Pillai

Modern Language has paved the way for simple language says acclaimed novelist, Bina Pillai

In an exclusive interview with The Literary Mirror, the acclaimed novelist, Bina Pillai talks about the various facades of modern literature.     How do…

An author just has to keep looking for an idea with a strong hook that the audiences can buy into says eminent novelist, Parinda Joshi

Parinda Joshi, an MS in Computer Science has been an avid storyteller with 3 novels under her name. Born and brought up in Ahmedabad, Mrs…

“My interest has been in the differences in diversity that never fail to strengthen thespiritual perceptions in me.” – Jayanthi Sankar, the author of Dangling Gandhi

“My interest has been in the differences in diversity that never fail to strengthen the
spiritual perceptions in me.” – Jayanthi Sankar, the author of Dangling Gandhi

Jayanthi Sankar, born and brought up in India, living in Singapore since 1990, has been creatively active since 1995 This is her first novel after…

What else would there be to write about a thing if it’s free from any sort of conflict; says Celebrated Storyteller, Sourish Roy.

What else would there be to write about a thing if it’s free from any sort of conflict; says Celebrated Storyteller, Sourish Roy.

“Sourish Roy, has been an acclaimed storyteller who has found widespread recognition in the literary world. His debut collection, Tales From Bengal has been a…