The actress, television personality, singer-songwriter, producer, entrepreneur, and author will expand upon her original Instagram sketch videos with a series of bingeable short stories available free for Prime members Amazon … Continue reading Amazon Teams Up with Keke Palmer to Publish New Short Story Series Based on Her Original Characters
Novel Addresses Animal Cruelty and the Rough Justice That Follows Debuting his first novel, ANIMAL, renowned plastic surgeon and humanitarian Munish K. Batra M.D., FACS, along with international best-selling author Keith R.A. DeCandido, … Continue reading Munish K. Batra & Keith R.A. DeCandido’s psychological thriller, ‘ANIMAL,’ debuts to wide acclaim
The Festival will feature internationally bestselling and award-winning authors such as Diksha Basu, Aseem Chhabra, Oliver Craske, Sopan Deb, Avni Doshi, Ambassador Haksar, Balli Kaur Jaswal, Anupam Kher, Megha Majumdar, Rajiv Malhotra, Dr. … Continue reading Indo-American Arts Council 6th Annual Literary Festival ALL-VIRTUAL Celebrating “STORIES OF HUMANITY”
Rights acquired to create one of the most ambitious global series on British Colonialism to date Prominent Indian producer Siddharth Roy Kapur, has launched one of the most ambitious television series to … Continue reading Indian producer, SIDDHARTH ROY KAPUR, acquires rights to WILLIAM DALRYMPLE’S BESTSELLER, ‘THE ANARCHY: THE RELENTLESS RISE OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY’
Donald Trump wants packed churches by Easter. Boris Johnson wants us to stay at home except for when we go out for our one mandated walk or travel via packed tube train to the workplace that our employer insists can’t be done at home. The pubs are now forcibly closed, yet off-licenses are reclassified as allowed to open – does running out of beer mean an ‘essential shopping trip’? If it’s essential. Only if it’s all essential.
It seems that 2019 is the year of disagreement and rebellion. Watching our politicians struggle to reach a decision on Brexit, should it be any wonder that the judges of … Continue reading Booker Prize mired in controversy as judges ‘break the rules’
Four of the six books announced as the Booker Prize’s 2019 short-list are penned by female authors, with previous winners Margaret Atwood (2000, The Blind Assassin) jostling for attention against … Continue reading “Contemporary, diverse” and female-dominated, the Booker Prize short-list is revealed
Welcome back to our second instalment of the Women of Disney series – you can see our first post of the series here where we looked into the women that were … Continue reading Women Of Disney – Dumbo!
Helena Bonham Carter has been cast in Legendary’s adaptation of the ‘Enola Holmes’ novels written by Nancy Springer. The book is in the young adult genre and has six volumes … Continue reading Helena Bonham Carter Joins ‘Enola Holmes’ cast!
Good news, people of Panem! (or fans, anyway.) Suzanne Collins, author of the Hunger Games trilogy has revealed that she is writing a prequel to the events in the original … Continue reading Suzanne Collins Reveals Prequel to Hunger Games Trilogy!
One of this year’s most awaited movies – Kalank had a trailer teaser few weeks ago. The trailer was launched in the presence of the film’s lead actors and actresses; Madhuri … Continue reading Did Kalank steal Shauna Singh Baldwin’s book, “What the Body Remembers” without author’s permission?
Abhijeet Ray reviewing Dheeraj Sinha’s book ‘India Reloaded – Inside India’s Resurgent Consumer Market’ When the Head of Planning for South and South East Asia of a leading global Ad … Continue reading INDIA RELOADS – But Can It Find Its Target?