Chit Chat with Smita Salins

Smita has a post grad degree in Sociology and a diploma in Human Resources. She gave up a flourishing career in a corporate firm, for an even more enriching one- motherhood! A true Mumbaikar, she lives on pure adrenaline. She juggles between being a hands-on mom to a garrulous three year old girl, interning at…

Tete-a-tete with Ila Garg

While I’ve been all gung-ho about my recently released book ‘Bad Romance’, there was another project that was awaiting to be talked about. And that happened to be Crumpled Voices. Technically, I am not a part of this book but it comes under the banner of Gargi Publishers and with the theme of social issues.…

A Conversation with debut author Kundan Vidyarthy

Today, we get talking with the author of ‘The Angel Love and my Broken Promises’. Kundan Vidyarthy who stays in the land of sandesh, rashogullas and Kali Ma, has already written two books but got published with his third book. He is currently working on his fourth book and I’m pretty sure all his fans…

Romance gone Bad

For a change, I ain’t going to blabber too much. There’s a news that I wish to share and have been wanting to since a few days now. After the wonderful response of my debut work, I had a lot of mails coming up asking about my second book. At that time, I was clueless…

The MSY Drama: An Outburst

I am writing this post at a point when I’m in the worst of my moods. That’s how I have been since yesterday night, exactly the time when the news came out with Mulayam Singh Yadav’s outrageous comment on rapists. Somehow, the anger in me has still not cooled down and I know it will…

Interview with Shivangi Ramsay

Today, we have an immensely talented author featured. Shivangi Ramsay holds a Master’s Degree in English Literature from Panjab University, Chandigarh. Her debut work ‘Passionate Love’ released recently and has since then received positive reviews. We got in touch with the author who talks about her tryst with the pen and love affairs with characters.…

Mommy, I don’t want to bathe…

“Akriti, you know this isn’t going to work out. Going to school without bathing isn’t going to help. Stop your tantrums and get yourself a good wash,” Kiran almost shouted at her daughter. “Mommy, I don’t want to bathe. It’s so cold. What’s wrong in not taking a bath?” the five year old kiddo replied.…

Book Review: Trisha by Swagnikaa Roy

Trisha, a book that I had awaited eagerly, was finally in my hands on 16th feb. Yes, that was the day. The book was quite special to me due to my association with the beautiful authoress. I had read a few posts on her blog and felt that this dark fiction would strike a chord…

World Book Fair

It was the World Book Fair and this is what happened all around the week. Moonlit Matinee received a wonderful response from people and I also got a great share of meeting old and new readers and some really wonderful authors. Sharing a few pics with you guys:   That’s how the baby looked 🙂 …

The Insignificant Author

The World Book Fair has just come to an end. Like every year, this year’s fair was as colourful and splendid as it could get. With books all around, it was tough to control myself from emptying my pockets. Like every year, we got to hear some of the best authors in town. People from…