Book Review: The Wildings and The Hundred Names of Darkness

The Wildings and The Hundred Names of Darkness: A Two-Part Book Review by Mira Saraf [How a Two-Part Series about a Bunch of Cats Won This Reader’s Heart] Every so often, you come across a book so out of the box that you’re not quite sure what to make of it. The Wildings, by Nilanjana … Continue reading Book Review: The Wildings and The Hundred Names of Darkness

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Book Review: Atlas Shrugged

Atlas Shrugged is author Ayn Rand's most famous novel. It invites starkly differing views from readers. Mira Saraf shares her thoughts after reading the mammoth book. “Atlas Shrugged”, over a thousand pages in length (and I might add in hard copy printed only with the tiniest of fonts), is Ayn Rand’s final novel. It is … Continue reading Book Review: Atlas Shrugged

The Art of Managing Large Sized Facebook Groups

Tanu Shree Singh, founder of The Reading Raccoons and the Senior Reading Raccoons Facebook groups, shares some valuable insights and interesting insider tales about managing the largest online reading community in the country. The groups just happened. When I started them, they were meant to get people off my back! Friends would constantly ask for … Continue reading The Art of Managing Large Sized Facebook Groups

Book Review: House of Doctors by Tripti Sharan

House of Doctors, written by Dr Tripti Sharan, published by Readomania is a candid and heart-warming read about the life of a medical student as she pursues her medical degree. This is Sharan’s second book about the medical profession, and while different in tone and content, it is equally impactful and leaves a strong impact … Continue reading Book Review: House of Doctors by Tripti Sharan