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Tiny Habits Massive Results by Jaishree Nenwani - No Philosophical Jargons but Practical Solutions

Our life is like a thick jungle. The more we go inside more surprises await us. With simple changes in life and by inculcating basic habits, we can reroute our life to an unprecedentedly smooth path. Tiny Habits Massive Results by Jaishree Nenwani is one book that systematically points out simple habits to bring about massive results. Being a Holistic Wellness Coach myself, I was able to resonate better with the points shared by the author. Mindfulness Being mindful is one habit that I have always advocated in terms of self-development. The author gives the readers a step-by-step directive as to how one can be mindful in all its essence. As simple and easy as it seems mindfulness is not always easy to put into practice. We get distracted by too many occurrences in our lives. How to bring oneself closer to the self and be away from the unwanted noise around is what the author teaches us. Journaling Be it a daily anecdote or a gratitude journal, the author has established the importance


They Go To Sleep by Saugata Chakraborty- Review

Book Name          -They Go to Sleep
 Author                 - Saugata Chakraborty
 Publisher              - Notion Press
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They Go To Sleep by Saugata Chakraborty- Review

It is a collection of short stories. All stories stand out with variety. The author has quite palpable writing. The stories connect with the deep emotions of the reader.

The story titled "They Go to Sleep" is a mix of thriller and literary fiction. "Six days Seven Lives" proceed as a suspense story yet it couldn't be counted as a thriller. The climax comes without much drama. "Man of letters" is a futuristic story. "Rare" is an interesting story. It's informative fiction. "The short lives of Shazia Sultana" is realistic fiction. It is a story that could happen to anyone in this digital age and it could have happened to many. 

What blew my mind are two stories- "It was time" and "The other side". Both stories hook the reader with each sentence and end up with a mind-blowing climax. The remaining five stories, though good ones, failed to create a gluing impact in the minds of the readers.

The style of narration is something that needs special mention. The author's capability to play with words is impeccable. 


Playing with words and emotions.

Scenario:   4 /5
Narration:   4/5
Character:   3/5
Entertainment Quotient: 3.5/5

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