Reviews of my Ebooks

There is perhaps nothing more important to me as an author than reading the opinions of other readers about my book who spent their time on it and may be in the future even their money. The reviews are important for my growth as an author. I was encouraging my readers to write a tweet review on my book as I did not wanted to burden them with lengthy notes on my debut book but few of them have been so nice to me that they did write a big note.

My Writing Workshop – A to Z 2016

Thank you dear Luke ( an author himself)

“The flight of a butterfly is completely random yet perfectly precise. And so it is with the musings of Romila as she flits from topic to topic on her blog quest from A to Z. Her fortuitous path moves from discussing Valentines day and the associated peer group pressures on singles to the paradox of social media which by its insistent connectivity has all but disconnected us from our real friends and introduced a new false reality. Whatever made you a better partner if you gave someone roses one day in the year and were not their best friend in life and when did the rules change to, ‘If it’s not on facebook, it did not happen’. Romila is that little child in the fairy tale who said ‘the emperor has no clothes’.  As the butterfly promiscuously flirts with each flower in her garden, Romila visits the cactus and the rose and settles indiscriminately on both petals and thorns. She discusses random historical events like the origin of the number zero and the birth of the city of Rome and in the next flight expresses her views on more serious matters like the lack of education to support organ donor programs and the disappearing greenery in our ever expanding concrete jungles. She seamlessly moves from science to the arts and touches upon the esoteric beauty of music, which to each of us leaves it’s signature of a moment in time and then flirts with the ridiculous by discussing her inability to find any common ground with quinoa. Unconnected topics, arbitrary in selection, her views are indiscriminate, naked and honest. There is no attempt to demonstrate her evident prowess in writing or to join the dots between the different random topics. It is what it is, nothing more and nothing less, and for that alone I am a fan. Perhaps some may say there needs to be a straight line which connects the path of A to Z, something which forms a pattern to appease the rational mind. And perhaps there should be, but would you spend hours watching a butterfly prance in the sunlight, if all she did was chose the best flower and fly in a straight line”

Thank you Vishal 

November Child’s The Writing Shop is an open window of her reflection, right from Jagjit Singh to writing during the night, poetry, books and her craving for ice cream. Her writing is crisp, warm and has a relatability factor. As part of the April A to Z Challenge, the writer reflects on the importance and futility of social media, drawing reflection on topic of issues and she has everything for every one. The book is a light and breezy that will accompany you in your daily humdrum of life.

Blog post Reviews – 2016

1. Sarika – The Readdicts Book Blog

2. Ramanpreet – The Writing Workshop

3. Shilpi Chaklanobis – My BookShelf

Interviews – 2016


2. Author Interview + Free book!- The Writing Workshop by Novemberschild at The Readdicts Book Blog

Three Flowers – My Blooming Verses – A To Z 2017

Blog post Reviews/Interviews

1. Ishieta – The Three Flowers

2. Vasantha –The Three Flowers

3. Arpit –The Three Flowers

4. Asmita – The Three Flowers 

5. Inderpreet – Author Answers

6. Shamik – The Three Flowers

7. Ramya – The Three Flowers

8. Masoom – The Three Flowers 

9. Anoosha – The Three Flowers

10. Rohan Sonalkar – The Three Flowers 

11. Inderpreet – The Three Flowers

12. Kaushal Mahesh Gupta – The Three Flowers

13. Shantanu Chakraborty- The Three Flowers 

14. Shraesta Suresh‏ – The Three Flowers 

15. Jensy – The Three Flowers

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