Category: Non-Fiction

Book Review: How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big By Scott Adams

Genre: Biography “Insanity is always a reasonable diagnosis when you’re dealing with writers and artists. Sometimes the only real difference between crazy people and artists is that artists write down what they imagine seeing.” ~~ Scott Adams (Book: How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big) How to leave a book when it’s […]

Book Review: Busy by Tony Crabbe

Genre: Non-Fiction/Self-Help “In this world of too much we are simultaneously over-stimulated and bored; enriched and empty; connected yet isolated and alone.” ~~ Tony Crabbe (Book: Busy – How to Thrive In a World of Too Much) I saw this book last year, but thought it’s just another ‘self-help’ book. Also, I was busy. 😀 […]

Book Review: Gods and Godmen of India by Khushwant Singh

Genre: Non-fiction “It is not easy to explain why one is drawn towards people with whom one has nothing in common and repelled by others who share one’s values and interests.” ~~ Khushwant Singh (Book: Gods and Godmen of India) After reading ‘The Good The Bad and The Ridiculous’ I decided to read another one […]

Book Review: The Good The Bad And The Ridiculous by Khushwant Singh with Humra Quraishi

Genre: Memoir I got the book mostly because of the reputation of the author for saying what he wanted to. Another reason was: I have heard about the author while growing up, once or twice. And faintly remember watching one of his interviews. I’m sure I’d have skipped it for something else, but someone (with […]

Book Review: The Story of My Life by Helen Keller

Genre: Memoir The book was sitting on the table at the library. Someone, who had taken it from the shelf, left it behind with a shrug I guess. After looking closely I thought, isn’t there a mention of Helen Keller in Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think and Grow Rich’? Yes, there is. So that’s my one and […]


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