“It was a very emotional moment. The novel was scheduled to come out in March and then it was delayed by five months. Of course, during the pandemic, it’s especially hard to bring out a book, especially with so many bookstores being closed and the publishing industry in dire straits. So many people have lost their jobs. So, yes, it was a big moment for me.” … [Read more...] about Preeti Shenoy’s latest book tells the story of two young adults figuring out love and life
Love bible stories
This Sunday, the diva was in the mood of retrospect or so her latest post suggested as she penned a love advice for her 5.5 million followers on Instagram. Sushmita shared her detailed Sunday musings about how relationships should be in 2020 and we can’t help but jot down the love advice. … [Read more...] about ‘Choose to be a conscience keeper’: Sushmita Sen’s love advice this Sunday has our full attention
In The Artist’s Way, author Julia Cameron recommends a powerful ritual called the “artist’s date”. She defines it as “a block of time… especially set aside and committed to nurturing your… inner artist”. This could be time spent colouring in mandalas, thinking your thoughts while on a long walk, baking, cooking, playing the flute — whatever it is that you enjoy as a form of self-reflection and / or self-expression. The activity is almost irrelevant, as long as it isn’t self-harming. The important thing is to spend time, by yourself, immersed in something that you love to do. … [Read more...] about Love Affairs: What’s your favourite thing to do on a self-date?
‘‘After reading the script, I can say that I am very excited. For sure in this production there will be a lot of love and a lot of lightning (laughs). “I’m glad that after everything that happened in Avengers: Endgame, I’m still part of the Marvel Universe and we can continue the story of Thor,” he said. … [Read more...] about Chris Hemsworth assures fans he is not saying goodbye to Thor with Love and Thunder: ‘At least I hope so’
The award-winning children’s author says that since she is writing for children, she tries to ensure that the stories have a happy ending and are not gory, although she does not shy away from talking about carnivores feasting on their prey or a butter chicken-loving crocodile. Many of the stories in the book had appeared in the children’s magazine Dimdima. … [Read more...] about In Khyrunnisa A’s humour-laced new book ‘The Crocodile Who Ate Butter Chicken for Breakfast and Other Stories’, animals come alive