The Boy Who Loved Trains by Deepak Sapra | Book Review

This is a book about a boy who fell in love with trains at a very young age, so much that he had the entire railway timetable memorised - for every train, at every station. A boy who stumped his college interview panel with his fascinating knowledge about trains and went on to study at the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (IRIMEE) and then was commissioned to work in the Indian Railways Service. This is the story of that boy who loved trains.

Great Textpectations by Ruchi Vadehra | Book Review

Amaya and Rohan meet online while playing scrabble and soon get chatting, enjoying each other’s company without the usual baggage face-to-face interactions bring. They become an integral part of each other’s lives even before they realize it, and decide to meet. What happens to their virtual relationship when they meet in the real world? Can texting really be the key that unlocks the heart?

How I Became a Farmer’s Wife by Yashodhara Lal | Book Review

Mild-mannered Vijay is the perfect Indian husband - responsible and predictable. Well, at least he was, until he decided to turn Farmer! Vijay's unsuspecting wife Yashodhara is caught off guard when, tired of the rigours of city life, he actually rents land and starts dairy farming! Will these earnest but insulated city-dwellers be able to battle the various difficulties that come with living a farmer's life?

In Conversation with Jayant Kripalani

I had the opportunity to interview Jayant Kripalani on the occasion of the launch of his latest book - this one on poetry - and he blew me away with his charm and wit. It was a refreshing conversation, to say the least, and he even taught me a thing or two about life. Note: Don't miss the EXCLUSIVE new poem he narrates during the interview which is not available in the book!