Looking forward for changes #WordsMatter

Its really not that time of the year till you start hearing the music with drum beats in the late evenings accompanied with fairy lights and loads of shiny festival dresses. It is indeed the start of the festive season after the hot summer, terribly wet rainy months we had this year. So, its the…

Outside my Window #WordsMatter

As I pour steaming tea into two cups, I realize I have been on my feet for over an hour and its not yet 7 am. I hand over the cup to the husband and hasten to sit down. 7 am is clearly the busiest time of my day. My younger son leaves for school,…

The Clockmaker by Paromita Goswami #BookBlitz

  check out the schedule hereTHE CLOCKMAKER by PAROMITA GOSWAMI         BLURB   Can you change destiny? What if you can?   Ashish, a passionate clockmaker is frustrated with his life – financial insecurity, his ongoing nightmares and his family, wife Lata and son Vicky, are driving him crazy.   Lata is having a…

Good old times #WritingWednesdays

Sometimes it is fun to watch old movies. It is a nostalgia trip and a way of life which no longer exists. Just make sure not to watch it with the kids. There are so many things I have to explain to the boys. The language itself sounds so cliched. I will ignore the over-acting…

Grandmama’s tales

It’s not her death anniversary or any milestone for that matter, but my grandma, my mother’s mom, Ammama, has been intruding on my thoughts so often lately. I was not particularly close to her, nor was she having any special characteristics. Ammama was illiterate despite belonging to the most literate state. It was fate, she…

My bulging TBR in 2019

Browsing through my Facebook posts, I read about someone who bought 10 books in a sale for under Rs. 500. I checked out the books. All classics. I must have this one. I immediately logged on to the sale website. Tried long forgotten user ids and passwords till a combination got me through. It was…