Category: Fiction

Fiction

For The Love Of The Beach

Samir was sure the breeze carrying the anticipation of the impending downpour and the allure of spending time at the beach would excite her very much. His Mira loved beaches and monsoon, and together they could add a spring to her steps no matter how tired and exhausted she was, reminisced Samir with a smile …

Amit Sharma, Book Review, Fiction

Book Review | THE WOMAN WHO SAW THE FUTURE by Amit Sharma | #Ishithaa

Book Review | THE WOMAN WHO SAW THE FUTURE by Amit Sharma Book Blurb   Sapna Vaid has lived with a unique power for a decade; a power that turned her from a timid, wide-eyed, college-going girl into the most influential and powerful Goddess on Earth. Sapna can see the future and saves thousands of people around …

Fiction

Resolutions, Really? #WednesdayVerses #Ishithaa

How often does a new day come Announcing an year Turning a new leaf tomorrow Change yourself For opinions that do not matter For voices that needn’t be heard For hands that pull you down For people who will never approve Look at you, in the mirror Smiling bright, the light In your eyes shining …

Fiction, Life's Lessons

Lean In To Relationships by Rishabh Jhol ~ Book Review

This is the Review of the book Lean In To Relationships by Rishabh Jhol.

Fiction

Beyond Secrets by Alka Dimri Saklani – Book Review

This is the review of the book Beyond Secrets by Alka Dimri Saklani. The story revolves around Nidhi and Noel and their tryst with destiny at the orphanage Aashiyana.

Fiction

Featured In My Playlist 2017

There are some songs that stay with you long after you’ve heard them. They may not make much sense, but still mean something to us. So much that we keep hearing those songs on loop and do not get bored of it. The three songs listed below are some of my favourites from this year. …

Fiction

The Mahabharata code by Karthik K B Rao – Book Review

This is the review of the book The Mahabharata Codem appeared on Ishithaa as part of the book tour.

Fiction

Love #Ishithaa

Love, the definition changes with each one’s perception. This is a poem written for #WTProBlogger on Bhavya’s blog Ishithaa

Fiction

The Terminal Incident

Ishithaa is participating in the WriteTribe ProBlogger Challenge where the prompt for the day is, Terminal.