School days and the memories we make during that time always remain close to our hearts.
This one was such a delightful flashback to childhood books.
Circling around the life of a teenage girl Megha who is a high achiever all around, the book deals with a lot of issues faced not only by teenagers but even the elders (especially parents) around them.
This is the first time I read a book which tells a story in verse form and though skeptical about it at first, I enjoyed it much to my own surprise.
It’s usually either just mystery and no laughs or just light hearted humour and no thrilling moments; but this book gives both, and superbly so.
This book makes you believe that two people who are meant to be together, will eventually be together.
Somebody had bought me a drink, just like I’d seen in movies and TV soaps!
Being a medical student, my profession is my main identity, but I identify myself as a writer and a poet because i love to write
Meet crafter and author, Apoorva Malik, who runs a crafting platform and is a published author.
I was approached by an enthusiastic reader and book reviewer to do an author interview with her.