Category: Fiction

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.

Fiction, Romance, Summerita Rhayne, TBC

His Christmas Surprise by Summerita Rhayne – Review

His Christmas Surprise by Summerita Rhayne is an enjoyable and engaging read, a story you would want to finish in one sitting. Because it is not a laborious read, it is only a matter of a few hours to savour the entire story.

Fiction

Recreate, When Repairing No Longer Works

Sometimes things go to a point beyond repair, which is when there is no other option but to recreate.
This poem is written by Bhavya on her blog Ishithaa.

Fiction

If We Were Having Coffee

If we were having coffee, She would call you for lunch, He would ask you if you had fever. If we were having coffee, Ogling at the other girls , Ignoring my words trying to gaze into your soul. If we were having coffee, Again you would not spend a penny, Again a call would …

Fiction

The Shoe Thief

When all your life you have been craving for an elder sibling, God finally gets tired of your prayers and sows the seeds of sisterhood in the heart of a person living miles away, someone whose existence you are not even aware of – how do you process so much? She just walks in one …