10 July 2018

Review #719: I Tagged Her in My Heart by Anuj Tiwari



My rating: 3 of 5 stars


“I think you still love me, but we can’t escape the fact that I’m not enough for you. I knew this was going to happen. So I’m not blaming you for falling in love with another woman. I’m not angry, either. I should be, but I’m not. I just feel pain. A lot of pain. I thought I could imagine how much this would hurt, but I was wrong.”

----Haruki Murakami


Anuj Tiwari, an Indian bestselling writer, has penned an uplifting story in his new book called, I Tagged Her in My Heart. Unlike its cheesy title, the story is somewhat inspiring enough for all those who are either finding a way to give wings to their dreams and passions and also for those who want to pick up the pieces of life after a messy and painful breakup. The story revolves around mainly two protagonists, where one is finding a way to publish his first novel while managing his hectic job schedules and keeping his feelings for his best friend in his heart, while the other has gone through a breakup and is meaning to find a way to give wings to her passion of making chocolates, even though the happy memories of her ex is hurting her.

4 July 2018

Review #718: Sidney Sheldon’s The Silent Widow by Tilly Bagshawe



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option.”

----Mark Twain


Tilly Bagshawe, the New York Times bestselling author, is back with a bang with another gripping Sidney Sheldon mystery called, The Silent Widow. This story revolves around a top shot psychiatrist, whose husband died in a car crash a year ago, and is still in grief, but soon her patients and acquaintances are dropping dead like flies, and the local police mark the poor widow as the prime suspect, even though her life too is in danger. Eventually forcing her to take help of a local PI, who uncovers a lot of dirt about a missing girl case 10 years ago to her husband's tragic death to the serial killings of her patients, which might even make him a victim out of it.

29 June 2018

Review #717: The Wild Folk by Sylvia Linsteadt



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“Through our eyes, the universe is perceiving itself. Through our ears, the universe is listening to its harmonies. We are the witnesses through which the universe becomes conscious of its glory, of its magnificence.”

----Alan W. Watts


Sylvia Linsteadt, an American author, has penned an incredibly beguiling fantasy novel, The Wild Folk that centers around an enchanting land filled with the power of magical star-gold that can the divided city prosper with wealth and health, where two young kids accompanied by two young hares, must save their land and its dwellers from getting ruined by the Brothers from the city, who are hell-bound to destroy everything beyond the walls of the city that was once pulled up to save the humans from the wild folks and the diseases. Two kids and two hare embark upon a deadly journey through the villages and forests of the land of wild folk to save it.

25 June 2018

Review #716: The Last Watchman of Old Cairo by Michael David Lukas



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“The heart of a father is the masterpiece of nature.”

----Antoine François Prévost



Michael David Lukas, an American bestselling author, has penned a compelling historical fiction called, The Last Watchman of Old Cairo that revolves around an American part-Jewish-part-Muslim student exploring the roots of his father's side family in Cairo where his father's forefathers used to be the watchman of an ancient synagogue, protecting its secrets and faith with their courage and sacrifices. The author has spun this tale around three shifting timelines about a young Muslim boy, two twin sisters from Cambridge on a mission to Cairo and a young American student picking the clues his father left for him after his death.

13 June 2018

Review #715: The Bitter Pill Social Club by Rohan Dahiya



My rating: 3 of 5 stars


“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”

----Leo Tolstoy


Rohan Dahiya, an Indian author, has penned a satirical contemporary fiction called, The Bitter Pill Social Club that revolves around a family based in Delhi, India, who lives for their selfish reasons and most importantly for their social status amongst their friends, relatives and Instagram followers. The sarcastic yet very vivid portrait of a filthy rich family who lives on their own terms, without realization that they are destroying lives as they go on with their Insta worthy life. But soon tragedy strikes this family and it is high time for the family as a whole to realize their mistakes before they lose themselves to the social media frenzy.

8 June 2018

Review #714: I Am Thunder by Muhammad Khan



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“These terrorists are the antithesis of Islam. They’re not Muslim. Violence has no place in religion, and the terrorists are responsible for their own crimes, not the religion and not us.”

----Samira Ahmed


Muhammad Khan, a British author, has penned a very intriguing debut YA novel called, I Am Thunder that revolves around a teenage Muslim girl living with her parents in Britain where everyday she wakes up to find a new challenge or bully to overcome with, but her life drastically changes when her family moves to different part of the city and she is admitted to a posh school, and there she meets a charming Muslim boy. Little did she knew that behind that charming smile, a sinister motive is awaiting for her and that would not only ruin her life but would ruin the lives of millions of souls, if not taken care of.

5 June 2018

Review #713: Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“I have a million things to talk to you about. All I want in this world is you. I want to see you and talk. I want the two of us to begin everything from the beginning.”

----Haruki Murakami


Haruki Murakami, the international bestselling Japanese writer, has penned a heartbreaking coming-of-age young love story in his book called, Norwegian Wood that reads like listening to a sad, sad song about two young hearts beating for one another, yet separated by hopelessness and pain and where the readers know that they are never destined to be together, yet grasps on to that torturing pain of their longing for another till the very end, until an unpredictable tragic climax will shatter the millions of hearts reading or listening to this tale along with the protagonist. Yet the readers will keep reading/listening to this sorrowful yet enlightening tale of love on repeat till the end of time.

24 May 2018

Review #712: The Kissing Booth by Beth Reekles



My rating: 1 of 5 stars


“A friend is someone who knows all about you and still loves you.”

----Elbert Hubbard


Beth Reekles, a bestselling English author, has penned a sweet and pretty entertaining teenage contemporary fiction called, The Kissing Booth that revolves around a female high school teenager, who with her bestie, plans to run a kissing booth for their school's summer spring carnival, sadly, the girl, who has never been kissed or ever dated anyone, falls a victim to her bestie's older brother's Casanova charms and hence in secret, they begin their summer fling, but what happens when her only best friend for life finds out that she is dating his older brother? A cheesy and cliched rom-com drama is what this book has to offer, one time read, but I guess, the story could have been much better. And certainly, please not a movie on this book! It's a total pain.

23 May 2018

Review #711: This House of Clay and Water by Faiqa Mansab



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“But you can only lie about who you are for so long without going crazy.”

----Ellen Wittlinger


Faiqa Mansab, a Pakistani author, has penned an extremely evocative contemporary fiction called, This House of Clay and Waterthat revolves around two women and one transgender searching for love, freedom and identity, set against the repressed yet exquisite backdrop of the city of gardens, Lahore. One is chained and married to a man of extreme political power in a loveless marriage, while the other is a feminist and is destined to be with a man with whom she can't explore her sexual desires and passion and then there's this transgender who knows that God almighty has made him the way he is destined to be and that he must find his love in Allah only, but their lives forever changes when they meet at a dargah (Mosque) and gradually a forbidden relationship begins to blossom under the holy roofs of that dargah.

17 May 2018

Review #710: Lean Days by Manish Gaekwad



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“She was free in her wildness. She was a wanderess, a drop of free water. She belonged to no man and to no city”

----Roman Payne


Manish Gaekwad, an Indian journalist turned writer, has penned a heart touching travel-fiction book called, Lean Days which is a very personal journey of an artist/writer across the country through multiple cities and myriad of souls, food, culture, customs and religions to find love, all the while reminiscing about his past, along with that city's significance in his life. A journey that will not only touch millions of souls but will also inspire the souls to express their individuality and sexuality without any fear and also to wander to find oneself.


11 May 2018

Review #709: Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“Take responsibility of your own happiness, never put it in other people’s hands.”

----Roy T. Bennett



Julie Murphy, an American best-selling author, has penned an entertaining and thoroughly inspiring young adult contemporary fiction called, Ramona Blue that surrounds around a confident white 6 foot 3 in' tall blue-haired high school teenager who has forever been sure about being a lesbian but when a childhood friend who has become tall dark and handsome arrives at the seaside town, her feelings act in a rather different way. Blue-haired Ramona has always been taking care of her good-for-nothing dad, pregnant elder sister and her sister's boyfriend, without giving a second glance to her dreams or ambitions. But will love and the arrival of a new baby save her from all the real-life drama?

9 May 2018

Review #708: The Fates Divide (Carve the Mark #2) by Veronica Roth



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“When it comes to life, we spin our own yarn, and where we end up is really, in fact, where we always intended to be.”

----Julia Glass


Veronica Roth, the international bestselling author, is back with a bang and with her new book called, The Fates Divide that marks the end of this fantastic duology named, Carve the Mark. Up in the galaxy of stars and lives, two major planets are at war, and the fates of two teenagers who also happen to be in love with one another, are about to change drastically, that might not only bring war but will also divide them. And when a tyrannical ruler comes back from the dead, everyone in that galaxy is fearing for their lives, but can these two teenagers unite with one another to erase their common enemy before it turns into a bloodbath, despite of what their fates hold for them? This is an immensely power-packed ending to Roth's duology about an inter-spatial drama.

27 April 2018

Review #707: Fall from Grace by Danielle Steel



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“There is scarcely any passion without struggle.”

----Albert Camus

Danielle Steel, the #1 bestselling author, is back with her new adult fiction book called, Fall from Grace that revolves around a mid-aged woman whose perfect life shatters when her husband dies but the worst part is that, after his death, she finds herself homeless and jobless. With little luck, she gets in the fashion industry, only to be falsely incriminated in a legal case by a trustworthy friend, despite her daughters' several warnings about her friend, but can she pick up the pieces of her life and rebuild it? Steele's new book will leave the readers heartbroken, as the protagonist's life is struck by one bad luck after another.



26 April 2018

Review #706: Shambuka Rama: Three Tales Retold by Mukunda Rao



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“If you are unable to find the truth right where you are, where else do you expect to find it?”

----Dōgen



Mukunda Rao, an Indian writer, has penned a compelling mythological book of short stories called, Shambuka Rama: Three Tales Retold, inspired and taken straight out of the great Indian epics namely, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. The stories are about Bhima who chances upon the female rakhshas (monster), Hidimba and decides to stay back in the forest of Maya, Duryodhan who ponders on the Great War and the pain that it brought upon the world and about Rama who during his exile meets Valmiki and Shambuka Rama, forcing him to quench for the truth.

19 April 2018

Review #705: My Old Faithful by Yang Huang



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“Families are messy. Immortal families are eternally messy. Sometimes the best we can do is to remind each other that we're related for better or for worse...and try to keep the maiming and killing to a minimum.”

----Rick Riordan


Yang Huang, an award winning Chinese writer, has penned a handful of short stories about a family in China in her new book called, My Old Faithful. The stories explore the lives of each family member and their secrets, desires, dreams and passion beyond the facade of a society stirred up due to China's one-child policy. Each family member opens up their heart about certain events of their lives that either affect the lives of their close ones mostly in an emotional way. The every day life and the struggles attached to it for a very simply family of five consisting of a mother, father, and three children, against the backdrop of China and America.

13 April 2018

Review #704: Flamingo Boy by Michael Morpurgo



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“Close friends are truly life's treasures. Sometimes they know us better than we know ourselves. With gentle honesty, they are there to guide and support us, to share our laughter and our tears. Their presence reminds us that we are never really alone.”

----Vincent van Gogh



Michael Morpurgo, a bestselling English writer, has penned a delightful children's historical fiction called, Flamingo Boy that revolves around a young teenage boy, who after finding the real artists behind the painting in his room, journeys to the north of France, where he stumbles upon a family of an old woman and a strange old man living in a farm, and gradually the old lady narrates the story of that strange old man, who was once known as the Flamingo Boy, a story that involves the German invasion, the playful song of a carousel, friendship, laughter, even grief, a boy with healing powers and lots and lots of flamingos.

11 April 2018

Review #703: Keepers of the Kalachakra by Ashwin Sanghi



My rating: 3 of 5 stars


“Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality.”

----Carl Sagan



Ashwin Sanghi, the country's bestselling mythological author, has penned a compelling part sci-fi and part mythological thriller called, Keepers of the Kalachakra that revolves around the murder mystery of the world's prominent leaders under strange circumstances while an Indian scientist along side with his colleague is trying to figure out the real purpose behind his research at his new employer's lab, located somewhere deep within the forests.




9 April 2018

Review #702: Conspirator by R.V. Raman



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“Newspapers are not made any longer by news or journalism. They are made by sheer weight of money expressed in free gift schemes. They serve not the interests of the many, but the vested interests of the few.”

----Oswald Mosley



R.V. Raman, an Indian author, has penned a gripping thriller called, Conspirator that sheds much light into the dark underbelly of new trend setting belief called fake news that are tailored as per the standards and requirements of the high-profile and elite class clients from politicians to shady business tycoons. This story surrounds around the murder of two influential journalists at a media tycoon's private party at a resort somewhere secluded in Coorg, and little did the assigned detective knew that the world of journalism would not only be cutthroat, but would also be unexpectedly dark with zero ethics and is owned by the filthy rich people of the society.

5 April 2018

Review #701: The Sky at Our Feet by Nadia Hashimi



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“If you don't take risks, you'll have a wasted soul.”

----Drew Barrymore



Nadia Hashimi, an internationally bestselling author, pens a heart wrenching and extremely intriguing tale about two kids' fearless adventures around the city of Big Apple to get to an address in her new book, The Sky at Our Feet. The story revolves around a young Afghan-American boy, goes on a quest to find his beloved aunt in New York City along with a friend whom he met at a hospital, when his mother is taken away by the police on the pretext of illegal immigration issue. But on their way the two kids face a lot of challenges and dangers, and how they overcome that has been brilliantly portrayed by the author.

1 April 2018

Product Review #2: Health Sense Pure Skin Electric Facial Cleansing Brush



Pollution has become an everyday trouble, and we have already accepted its existence with no choice. From short life-span to skin related diseases to lung disorder to overall quality of life has degraded in general because of pollution. But to fight that, we need to live healthy and preach healthy and safe measures and habits. Because all you need is a good habit and encourage others to live healthy to beat any evil tactfully.



Let's talk about measures to keep our skin healthy and breathing that will solve all the skin related issues at one-go. Health Sense, a brand selling quality fitness products in India, has presented us with a really innovative, helpful and effective solution to all our everyday skin related drama with their Pure Skin Electric Facial Cleansing Brush.



26 March 2018

Travel Diaries #1: Authentic Flavors of Tiretta Bazaar

Every city in the world has a mini China Town beyond the facade of urban madness. Even the city of joy, Kolkata, too has its own China Town, established in the early 18th century when a Chinese business man moved a few kilometers away from the city to start his sugar mill industry. Later after his death, the Chinese settlers and those mill workers moved to the heart of the city in an area called, Tiretta Bazaar. Initially, the area was populated by over 20,000 ethnic Chinese families whose primary source of income was from working in the nearby tanning industry, shoe-making business and by selling Chinese cuisines. 


 
 
 

21 March 2018

Review #700: A Closetful of Skeletons by Tanushree Podder



My rating: 3 of 5 stars


“Unfortunately, the clock is ticking, the hours are going by. The past increases, the future recedes. Possibilities decreasing, regrets mounting.”

----Haruki Murakami



Tanushree Podder, an Indian writer, has penned an interesting and slightly intriguing thriller called, A Closetful of Skeletons that revolves around an actress of yesteryear who escapes the silver screen glory to a quiet life at a sleepy hamlet somewhere up on the hills, but her life drastically changes when she meets an ambitious and mysterious young woman, whom she asks to ghost-write her autobiography. But little did the actress knew that her birthday party with her guest list of ex-lovers would go so terribly fatal when she announces about her tell-all autobiography.

8 February 2018

Review #699: Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“A liar is always lavish of oaths.”

----Pierre Corneille



E. Lockhart, the New York Times bestselling author, has penned an interesting young adult part-thriller and part-contemporary book called, Genuine Fraud that revolves around a teenage orphan girl, who is on the run, and in probably impersonating myriad identities, but why is she on the run? And for that, you need to trust the author as well as the story and not compare with some other book from where the author has found her inspiration. So kindly respect that and let's stop comparing the two and two, and rather talk about this book in particular. Debates can be taken up elsewhere, review is not the right place to talk about it.

7 February 2018

Review #698: The Birthday Girl by Sue Fortin



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“There is still no cure for the common birthday.”

----John Glenn


Sue Fortin, an English author, has penned an atmospheric and compelling thriller called, The Birthday Girl that revolves around a mother, of a teenage son, who has recently lost her husband, receiving the best birthday surprise that she cannot ever imagine in her lifetime from someone really close to her heart, even though she has three best friends and one of her friends has already planned out a surprise weekend getaway somewhere away from the regular noises of the city, and in there unfolds a deathly mystery when the host of the holiday, reveals the secrets of each women through a creepy guessing game, finally turning fatal.


1 February 2018

Review #697: Fear Is the Key by Juggi Bhasin



My rating: 1 of 5 stars


“All I have is me, myself and I and we are all getting really tired of each other.”

----Carl R White


Juggi Bhasin, an Indian writer, has penned a mildly intriguing thriller called, Fear Is the Key that revolves around the disappearance of a start-up company management executive from the company owner's party thrown by the owner himself at his own apartment, who was in a relationship with the girl went missing strangely from his flat at the peak hour of his office party. And when no clues or no amount of investigation by the local police detective could not bring back his girl, he decides to take the matters into his own hands but little did he or anyone knew that truth and reality can be really weirder than anyone can ever imagine.

31 January 2018

Product Review #1: SoRich Organics Pvt. Ltd.

Good morning,

Today's let's discuss about healthy eating habits and its benefits! The importance of a healthy lifestyle is nowadays adapted largely by the urban folks, especially by those who lead either a fast life or the ones who lead a life in a tightly wrapped packet of time. And it is wondrous to see how the uprising organic brands in the market have become a daily household name replacing those which solely marketed their edible products based on taste. These organic brands sell their products in the name of health, and that attracts the consumers like a magnet.


One such brand, or rather say, the one of the best brands (I claim this, as I've used and tasted other organic brands in the market, hence I can tell the difference and have an ability to judge one from the other!) currently in the market namely, SoRich Organics, has made a remarkable feat in this uprising Indian organic food market. And recently I made the best decision of purchasing a truck load of organic and herbal items from SoRich Organics which only ensures to provide me and my family with a healthy, safe and nutritious eating habit.


So without wasting any more minute, let's discuss and talk about the products I purchased from SoRich Organics and then you can go ahead and decide for yourself whether or not you want to enrich your life with the goodness of this amazing organic brand available in the market.



1. SoRich Organics Mint Pure Herb (100 gm)

Unhealthy bowel movement and improper digestion, these two are the common problems that are faced by almost everyone in the country. But what to do, we are helpless and are forever bind to these gastric issues. So for the long run and for a healthy living lifestyle, SoRich Organics ahs brought to us an amazing and magical healing properties towards gastric issues' product named, Mint.

How to Use: Soak it up in lukewarm water and then use it to cook regular food from curries to pasta or you can add it directly upon your salad.

Mint

You will be amazed to experience the Mint leaves' quick and speedy effects on your body that will help you in digestion and will help you to conquer all those terrible gastric drama after having a heavy lunch or dinner. Just sprinkle the leaves on to your food that you have cooked for the day and watch how the Mint leaves keep you healthy and fit.
 
And SoRich Organics' Mint leaves are 100% organic, herbal and natural, free of any chemicals and ensures a healthy lifestyle to its customers. One of the most trusted brands right now in the market. Buy them now.


2. SoRich Organics Superfoods Cocoa Nibs (200 gm)


Here comes the ultimate solution to chocolate addicts who can keep their cravings for chocolate in check while keeping their weights in check. Sounds interesting? Then you definitely need to gran a packet of Cocoa Nibs or Cacao Nibs from SoRich Organics.

Heavily laden with nutrients and fiber, cocoa nibs help in acquiring healthy muscle and nerve functioning, helps to keep in unnatural hunger in check and can be taken as regular snacks thereby ensuring in keeping the body weight in check, with advantages of good bowel movement, helps in preventing anemia, keeps the heart safe from stroke or any kind of coronary attacks, and also enhances the mood if one is feeling depressed or stressed.

Cocoa Nibs

The main difference of the regular chocolate and these organic cocoa nibs is cocoa nibs are the raw and purest form of chocolate and when they are processed to make those chocolate bars that we love so much, it loses its goodness and wellness in the making process.

So you must buy coco nibs from SoRich Organics as they have manufactured cocoa nibs out of best quality chocolates and grantees the nourishment that can be benefited out from this product.

How to Use: Use it directly in your daily breakfast cereals or oats or you can sprinkle it in your smoothie or ice cream or milk.


3. SoRich Organics Chia Seeds (200 gm)


You want to go gluten free but finding it difficult to let go of all those gluten products? Then fret not, because your answer to your problem is here now from SoRich Organics presenting us with a splendid quality Chia Seeds that will help us to resolve issues with our skin, diet, weight loss drama and digestion woes.

Packed with rich and essential minerals like calcium, phosphorous, manganese, sodium, and potassium, Chia Seeds from SoRich Organics ensure to keep our health and weight both in check. Not only that, Chia Seeds are full of fibers, antioxidants and Omega-3 Fatty acid reducing the chances for any kind of heart diseases.

Chia Seeds

Although the results towards weight loss are almost negligible, yet Chia Seeds has other notable benefits like proper digestion and strong immune system.
So buy them now and enrich your life with the great and healthy benefits of Chia Seeds. I've been using them for a week, and have been amazed to see its effects in my body.

How to Use: Soak them in water and drink it, it boosts your health or use it directly or sprinkle them on your morning breakfast like oatmeal or cereals and maybe also in your lunch like salads, smoothies etc. They might be tasteless, but their benefits are boundless and will keep you healthy and immune.


4. SoRich Organics Sunflower Seeds (200 gm)


Looking for a healthy snacking option, yet coming across only oily junky snacks claiming to be healthy, pure and organic? Then you must grab these amazing product from SoRich Organics called Sunflower Seeds, which are now trending high in the list of health freaks and nutritionists recommendation list as sunflower seeds help in lowering cholesterol, thyroid, cancerous growth and cells formation, chest ingestion, and other digestion related problems.

How to Use: Nibble them whenever you're feeling hungry, or sprinkle them directly on your breakfast meal or lunch or dinner items like oatmeal to pasta to cereals to smoothies to ice cream to even in your curries.

Sunflower Seeds

Rich in dietary fiber, essential nutrients like calcium, protein etc and also rich in Vitamin E, this is a must have food in your everyday diet. And SoRich Organics can only present you with 100% natural and organically developed sunflower seeds that will help you in maintaining in healthy lifestyle.
And I've been using them for a week, I can definitely see the benefits in my body now from healthy digestion to ample of energy, its really great, try it for yourself.


5. SoRich Organics Pumpkin Seeds (200 gm)


Enriched with the goodness of nutrients like magnesium, potassium, copper and zinc, the nutty favored Pumpkin Seeds from SoRich Organics can be your best guilt-free best buddy when you're feeling hungry and is crazing for some unhealthy and spicy fast food.

From a healthy heart to stronger immunity system to supporting prostate health in men to preventing diabetic complications to reducing bodily complications in postmenopausal women to helping in getting a good night's sleep to keeping the liver free from any harm, pumpkin seeds should be a must item in your regular diet.

Pumpkin Seeds

How to Eat: You can eat it directly it you can either roast the seeds and munch on it. Either ways, the flavor remains the same, a bit nutty, yet very delicious.

And SoRich Organics is marketing the best and premium quality Pumpkin Seeds right now in the market that is made with love and care for the customers' healthy lifestyle.


6. SoRich Organics Juniper Berry (200 gm)


We are all looking for ways to make our regular diet a little bit more healthy, so what;s the harm in using a little bit of spice to your regular dishes like chicken, meat or vegetable curries that will not only add an exotic flavor but will also make you fit, healthy and immune. So now that I've your attention, I must tell you, that I've been using Juniper Berries from SoRich Organics for a week now and trust me, I see wonders in my health as well as in my metabolism rate.

Juniper Berries might sound like some exotic berries, but tell you what, these are not berries, but are spices that has lot of great benefits from making one's immunity stronger to healing skin related troubles especially can act as an antiseptic to one's infected skin to reducing cellulite appearance to improving digestion to helping in curing insomnia to ensuring that regular use of Juniper Berry in regular diet can provide a healthy heart to controlling blood pressure level.

Juniper Berry

How to Use: Crush them and use them as spices to your chicken or meat or vegetable curry.

SoRich Organics only brings the best out of the herbal and natural elements found in the nature, by manufacturing a 100% chemical or preservative free product, and Juniper Berry from this brand is the best choice available right now in the market.


7. SoRich Organics Halim Seeds (200 gm)


Halim Seeds or Garden Cress, however you may call them, but I will only call them as miraculous and magical product with only positive effects to my body.

Thank you SoRich Organics for making our lives so enriched with healthy products like Halim Seeds, that is rich in antioxidants and other equally great nutrients and minerals, that helps in minimizing asthma related problems, boosts immunity, helps in preventing hair loss, helps in proper digestion, also helps in regular menstrual cycles for women facing the irregularities.

Halem Seeds

How to Use: Nibble them either directly or roast them with salt and then eat them as snacks, or sprinkle them directly as seasoning on your pizza or curries or salads. The deliciousness and enriched good qualities will make you have a healthy lifestyle. So try them now.


8. SoRich Organics Flax Seeds (200 gm)


Flax Seeds
SoRich Organics has brought to us the goodness and the best quality of Flax Seeds that is made in a 100% natural organic, non-chemically processed method in order to ensure to deliver the best and the safe products to its customers. So thank you SoRixh Organics for making our lives not only healthy but also safe from harmful chemicals through your amazing products.

I've been using Flax Seeds from SoRich Organics for a week now, and trust me, I can see the difference it is making in my body, from boosting my metabolism to helping me digest in a proper and faster way to increasing antioxidants in my body to fight from diseases and germs, to safeguarding my heart to making it healthy to helping in reducing any kind of cancer growth risk to improving my cholesterol level in my body to even controlling the blood sugar level to lowering my blood pressure. All these ample of benefits can be easily experienced, once you start taking flax seeds regularly through your diet.

How to Use: Soak them in water and then drink it, or add them on your salads or smoothies to keep your unnecessary hunger at check.

So yeah flax seeds is highly recommended for those looking to control their weight through healthy eating habits. So without wasting any more second, buy them now and experience yourself all the goodness of Flax Seeds from SoRich Organics.



So after using all those products, I must say that I finally found my trust on a brand that sells genuine, and best quality organic supplements and food. I can trust this brand even more because their products are made in a natural way and are 100% pure, free from any harmful chemicals, gluten or preservatives, so in short, they sell the best organic food that one can include in their regular diet blindly. Thank you SoRich Organics for giving us the best and authentic products! Also their products' are not at all costly and are worth of every dime spent on purchasing the products. So I would highly recommend this brand to those looking for a healthy lifestyle.

And if you have any further queries regarding the products, please do leave a comment below, I'll get back to you immediately. Thank you for reading my blog post.


Happy Healthy Eating!

4 January 2018

Review #696: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green



My rating: 5 of 5 stars


“Paranoid? Probably. But just because you're paranoid doesn't mean there isn't an invisible demon about to eat your face.”

----Jim Butcher


John Green, the international best-selling author, created yet another masterpiece and this time it is called, Turtles All the Way Down and no trust me, this isn't a book about turtles, so sit tight while reading this book, as it might spiral you down to the soul's and mind's curious world about the existence of your own "self" within you. Sounds philosophical?! Yeah I know, this book is going to hit you hard in the right places and will awaken you from the deep slumber of your ignorance about the very existence of your own "self" with the help of the 16 year old teenage anxiety-stricken, OCDed female protagonist.

3 January 2018

Review #695: Murder in a Minute by Shouvik Bhattacharya



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“You can only be jealous of someone who has something you think you ought to have yourself.”

----Margaret Atwood


Shouvik Bhattacharya, an Indian author, has penned his debut thriller called, Murder in a Minute that revolves around the murder of a young and ambitious woman, who is the chairperson of her father's company, inside her own room and in the presence of her step brothers and sisters, along with her colleagues and her college boyfriend. And surprisingly each one in that mountainside cottage has an alibi, even though the initial investigations point at the killer being present in that house. Now the question is who or why, is it out of jealousy, ambition, greed or out of love, that the poor lady had to give up her life in such a tragic way?


2 January 2018

Review #694: The Fisher Queen's Dynasty by Kavita Kané



My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“If you want to see the brave, look at those who can forgive. If you want to see the heroic, look at those who can love in return for hatred.”

----Krishna Dharma


Kavita Kané, an Indian bestselling author, has penned an inspiring and extremely compelling mythological tale inspired from the characters from the Indian epic mythology, Mahabharata in her new book called, The Fisher Queen's Dynasty that revolves around two key protagonists, one ordinary woman, denied of her royal birth-right who grows up under the care of a meager-fisherman, and later claims to the throne of Hastinapur by her clever tricks, but sadly she becomes a pawn to the dirty politics of the state, turning her into a bitter and wicked queen and the other, a handsome prince, who is the true heir to the throne to Hastinapur, but he sacrifices away his chance to become the king in order to fulfill his father's romantic wishes to marry a fisher-girl. The woman is known as Satyavati, the grandmother to Pandu and Dhritarashtra and the man is known as Bhism, the son of Ganga.