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    Winner for Authors, Writers & Readers for th month of March as Top Contributor

    My blog is selected as the Top Contributors for Authors, Writers and Readers club on Facebook for the Month of March. I thank Mr. Mike Lechner for selecting my blog for this contest. Now he gave a more strong reason and purpose to work hard on my blog more than ever. I thanks my husband Steven, my sister Bhoomi and Regina, my mom Asha, last but not the least my Best friend my Niece Astha. She has supported me the most in my bibilophile journey. I love you all. I miss you Dad, wherever you are im sure your still with me and helping me as my guardian angel. I…

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    What are the benefits of reading a book

    Article by Jrelibrary A large percentage of the population is missing out on the significant benefits of reading. According to Statistic Brain, about a third of U.S. high school graduates will never read another book after graduating and 42 percent of college students will never read another book after obtaining their degree. Reading can improve your life in several ways leading to better well-being and mental health, personal growth, and a boost in confidence. These benefits will carry over to your school work, career and social life.

  • Female Lead,  Romance,  Suspense,  Triller

    Lethal Seduction – Jackie Collins

    About the Author Jacqueline Jill Collins (4 October 1937 – 19 September 2015) was an English romance novelist. One of the greatest female novelist I ever came across in my journey of being a bibliophile. Collins had begun many works of fiction but abandoned them, and only completed her first novel after being persuaded to do so by her second husband Oscar Lerman. “You’re a storyteller”, he told her. After the publication of her first novel The World is Full of Married Men, romantic novelist Barbara Cartland called the book “nasty, filthy and disgusting”, and charged Collins with “creating every pervert in Britain”. The book was banned in Australia and South Africa, but the scandal bolstered sales in the United…

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    February Post

    The Wits and Wisdom of Tyrion Lannister – by George R.R Martin Illustrated by Jonty Clark Let’s welcome the week of Valentine’s day Celebration Hades and Persephone Love story in the History Part – 1 Dante and Beatrice Love story in the History Part – 2 Everything, Everything – by Nicola Yoon Antony and Cleopatra Love story in the History Part – 3 Pyramus and Thisbe Love story in the History Part – 4 Paris and Helen Love story in the History Part – 5 Gondwana Chronicles Part 1 The Genius of Indraprastha – by Harshwardhan Padole Castle Diary – Journal of a young page – by Richard Platt Illustrated…

  • Love Story,  Romance

    The Sun is also a Star – by Nicola Yoon

    About the Author The Sun Is Also a Star, was released in November 2016, and also reached number one on the New York Times Best Seller list. was a 2016 National Book Award finalist, was included in The New York Times Book Review list of Notable Children’s Books of 2016, and was listed in the top 10 books of 2016 by Entertainment Weekly  and the Los Angeles Times.  The Sun Is Also A Star was honored as a finalist of the Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award in 2017. In December 2016, it being announced that film rights to the book had been acquired by Warner Brothers and MGM. The movie, directed by Ry Russo-Young, and starring Yara Shahidi and Charles Melton, was released on May 17, 2019.