Showing posts from October, 2023

Funtasktrick HR- one HR magazine by Riya Kulshrestha

  My Take:  Funtasktrick HR- one HR magazine is the debut book written by the author Riya Kulshrestha and it’s a world where captivating stories and HR wisdom collide  As I delved into the pages of this HR magazine, I was transported to the dynamic and ever-evolving realm of human resources. What struck me most was the feel and look of the book – it's like having a candid conversation with a seasoned HR professional. Kulshrestha's writing style is engaging and relatable, making even complex HR concepts accessible to all readers.  It's not a dry textbook; it's a journey through the intricate landscape of HR, filled with real-life anecdotes and insights. What I appreciated most about this book is that it's not just a compilation of HR theories. It's a mentorship in print. Kulshrestha shares her wealth of knowledge and experience, making it a valuable resource for both budding HR professionals and those looking to enhance their skills. Reading this magazine, I felt

Horrors of The Sea by Tiya Chatterji.

  My Take:  Horrors of The Sea: Macabre Tales of The Indian Coastline is the new book written by the author Tiya Chatterji, and it is a spine-tingling journey into the mysteries of coastal India.  There are 15 captivating tales that blend maritime myths, age-old legends, and contemporary horrors, this book is a rollercoaster of emotions that leaves you both awestruck and terrified. From the very beginning, the book plunges you into a world where the sea holds secrets that are as old as time itself. The tales explore a myriad of supernatural phenomena, from sea witches who manipulate the tides to unknown entities lurking beneath the waves.  One of the things I liked most about this book is its ability to tap into the deep-seated human curiosity about the mystical and the unexplained. Chatterji's storytelling weaves a web of intrigue that keeps you turning the pages, eager to uncover the hidden truths behind these enigmatic tales. What struck me most after reading the book is the way

Meet Me In Milan (Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler Mysteries Book 3) by KD Sherrinford.

  My Take: Meet Me In Milan is the new and third book in the Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler Mysteries series, written by the author KD Sherrinford, who yet again invites us into a world of mystery and deception, where the deepest secrets are often hidden in plain sight. From the very beginning, I was drawn into the atmosphere of this book, a world where intrigue and suspense reign supreme. Sherrinford's storytelling paints a vivid picture of a complex web of relationships and the quest for truth.  What I particularly liked was the emotional depth that the characters bring to the narrative, making their struggles and dilemmas feel relatable. As the narrative unfolds, the book also delves into the intricacies of marriage and the impact of friendships on those relationships. Sophia's misgivings regarding Irene's marriage add depth to the plot, making readers question the dynamics of loyalty and trust. After reading this book, I found myself eagerly awaiting the next instalmen