Articles by: Anupama Sarkar

A Day at World Book Fair

Ever since the World Book Fair 2013 began in Delhi, I was itching to land in Pragati Maidan to see my favourite books and authors lined up in the neat stalls, waiting to be read and admired. And, finally on 8 Feb, Friday, I was able to visit the much […]

by February 11, 2013 Events
The Bourne Sanction by Eric Van Lustbader

The Bourne Sanction by Eric Van Lustbader

Before I read, The Bourne Sanction by Eric Van Lustbader, I was only faintly aware of the name Jason Bourne, and that too courtesy my brother’s fetish for action movies. But, when I saw the paperback lying amidst Anna Karenina, Yogayog and Mr. Sampath, I was overwhelmed by a sudden […]

by February 6, 2013 Review

Comic Con India 2013

Jingle bells, jingle bells Jingle all the way Comic con is celebrating Its Third Birthday Party is at Dili Haat This weekend Begins early on Friday n Continue till the end Jingle bells, jingle bells jingle all the way! Well, if the song, verse and rhythm seem slightly out of […]

by February 5, 2013 Events
A Good Woman by Danielle Steel

A Good Woman by Danielle Steel

‘A Good Woman’ by Danielle Steel begins as the life story of a rich young girl, Annabelle Worthington, who is born into an aristocratic family, has an abundance of grace and beauty and at the tender age of eighteen, makes her debut, ready to be wooed by charming young men, […]

by February 5, 2013 Review

Delhi Book Fair 2013

Delhi Book Lovers are in for a treat, as the New Delhi World Book Fair organized by National Book Trust has now become an annual event. The 21st World Book Fair is all set to greet the Delhiites in the very first week of February 2013. It would be held […]

by February 3, 2013 Events

Tales from Firozsha Baag by Rohinton Mistry

I have just finished reading third novel by Rohinton Mistry, ‘Tales from Firozsha Baag’. And as I think back, it amuses me to remember how I had almost given up on Mistry, while reading Such a Long Journey, owing to his mind numbing insensitivity towards animals and a bit too […]

by February 2, 2013 Review

To Be Read Books 2013

On the First day of the Second month of the Brand New 2013, I have just realized that an entire month has passed by, with just one review being posted on the Scribbles of Soul! I have always known that I spend much more time in procrastinating than actual blogging, […]

by February 1, 2013 Editors Desk

Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay

Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay was the most popular Bengali novelist of the early 20th century, and ironically, he initially wrote under the pen name of Anila Devi, in exact role reversal of Emily Bronte. Indeed, strange is the power of creativity, that can make one change one’s identity so completely! But, […]

by January 15, 2013 Pearls of Wisdom