Tag Archives: Bloomsbury

Who doesn’t love getting books for cheap? The hardcover books are sure expensive, and the good part about thrift book shopping is that you can hit the jackpot! I got mine for INR30 each i.e. less than $0.50. Seriously! Fabulous for anyone who wishes to take up the book while travelling and just leave it […]

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Title: ..And then you’re Dead! 47 reasons to start living now Author: Jim Rai Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 223 Source: Publisher How long it took me to read: A few hours Rating: 4/5 About: The book has three centuries worth of timeless wisdom, which the author has eloquently captured. This book is a collection of thoughts that is brought to life and […]

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A perfect source for Inspiration packed up in Book… A simple read that just might end up changing the way you think, turning your thoughts towards the positive. If words aren’t magic, I don’t know what else ever can be! Rating : 4/5

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I loved the little details and stories shared by the author. It made me appreciate and value the efforts of people involved in process. This book contains recipes to go with tea and I can’t wait to try these out – especially when December-January is the best time to do that!

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Sunflare Arthouse in association with Bloomsbury India held a contest to giveaway two copies of Paper Towns by John Green. The winners are : @divyaszaika & @ruchikri Double Click on photos below to read details about each post on Instagram. Read the my review on the book : HERE 

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Mushroom risotto is a vegetarian classic that can be quite stodgy. Using brown rice instead of starchier risotto rice gives a lighter, coarser texture. Brown rice also makes this risotto a rich source of B vitamins, which are involved in converting food energy. We’ve packed this recipe full of mushrooms, using a mixture of closed cup and wild to give a deep, nutty mushroom flavor.

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This hearty soup makes a delicious satisfying supper. The heat of fresh ginger, which is considered to be powerful anti-inflammatory, works really well with earthy flavor of broccoli, but you could also use pak choi, mange tout or shredded white cabbage.

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