7 Favorite Comic book (series )

This is an absolute favorite list and you will see that I am biased towards DC and superheroes, but I am only human . 1  The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller There might be better comic books around, but reading The Dark Knight Returns by Frank Miller was one of the best memory ever….

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Priming- The basic Psychological Hacks For Digital Marketers

While most of the world is moving towards digital marketing, I see marketers and brand owners pay lot of attention on techniques and things to do of social marketing. It is also important to have the psychological understanding to deliver a good a copy and drawing strategies. Today, i want to point out the most…

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5 Non-fiction Book Recommendations for 2020

I try to maintain a good balance between fiction and non-fictions but often it is not by choice. I cannot read one book at a time and whenever I start a book, I feel like rather I should read that one, from completely different genre. The balance is hence restored. I have discovered some brilliant…

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Book Review: Himalayan Bus Plunge and Other Stories From #Nepal

I tell her that being in Kathmandu is ‘like being in a museum, a video game and an impossibly crowded street — all at the same time.’ There might be a better description for Kathmandu but this one fits in perfectly. Rupert Wolfe- Murray wrote Himalayan Bus Plunge and other stories from Nepal when he…

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3 Audio- Short Stories recommendations for You

When I reviewed Audible in January, I did mention that I tend to listen to more non- fiction audio books than fiction. However, on suggestion of some of my readers, I tried my hand again on listening to more audio books on fiction. One suggestion said that I should try my hand in more travel…

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A #Podcast a Day

I am sure none of us were prepared for days like this. While I may complain about not able to go out and locked in my comfortable home, my heart goes out for people who has risked it all to fight this war against humanity. Also there was many who are suffering from the virus…

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Good Times, Bad Times And Exhalation

If I thought 2019 was sort of a blah year, enters 2020. I still don’t know how much this year will change the life as we know yet but I thing is certain, that nothing is certain. Still over last 5 weeks, in all adversity and anxiety, I have done things that keeps me happy,…

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Audible Review after 10 months of Usage

I subscribed to Amazon Audible exactly 10 months back and I resisted the temptation of reviewing it before because I didnt want “new” purchase baisness to affect my review ( to me honest, I have not posted anything in last few months, so I should not only attribute the lack of review to only that)….

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Thoughts on Ismat, inspired by Manto

Also In the Series  Why Watch Manto  If you ever wonder what would had happened if Manto didn’t migrate to Pakistan or he had not lost his senses. What would be his stories like, what would be his writing about. What would be his impact in community and films or what would be his legacy. …

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10 Book Recommendations for Your 2019 #ReadingGoal

Start of year is when we see many people setting their reading goals. Some goals are purely quantitative ( Number of books ) while some are based on inclusiveness and diversity, Here are some of my recommendations for some reading goals . 1 His Bloody Project Goal: Historical Fiction If reading more historical fiction is…

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Why Watch Manto

3 years back, I had a pleasure of watching “Manto“the movie from Pakistan which was released in India thanks to MAMI.  The movie was the story of last 7 years of Manto after he moved to Lahore post independence of India: His years of decay, lived under depression and alcoholism, his years of finding some…

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That Rolling Stone Magazine ! ( Do you collect Magazines? )

This week, I said goodbye to my magazines’ collection. I had bunch of some old editions of National Geographic, Lonely Planet, The New Yorker and The Rolling Stone magazines. As the space is the constant issue, I had to choose between some books and these magazines and I guess you all know by now how…

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Most Disappointing books that I have read this year

It is rightly said that we should not judge the book by its cover. The saying itself is a cliche now. Whenever I like a book cover I also give it a 2 page reading test to the book and most of the time it tells me what to do with the book. Books are…

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Random Book Recommendation from my 2018 Reading List

Not that my reading list from 2018 is too long and all but I have read some good books I will highly recommend you to add them to your reading list as well .   1  Pachinko by Min Jin Lee : This is my favorite book of this year as this book helped to…

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Book Review: Normal People by Sally Rooney

From last three years, I have been unsuccessfully attempting to read all Bookers Prize long listed books and so far failed to predict a single correct winner. This year, while you can see that I have given up on blogging among many other things, it is also correct that I have given up of my…

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Ramsay- The brothers Who Knew the Infinity (Of Horror)

Originally posted on Movie Research Company:
The First Family of Indian Horror Genre  The story begins with a pivotal moment in history – India’s partition. Like many many families during the era,  F U. Ramsay along with his wife and seven sons migrated to India. But unlike many, this family made a mark at a…

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The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos & the age of Amazon- review

I don’t know why I waited for so long to write about this brilliant book by Brad Stone. Everything store , the book on Amazon and it’s founder Jeff Bezes is one of the best business books out there. In terms of writing style and the tone- it may be closest to Ashlee Vance’s book on…

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