An Interview with Sriram Ramakrishnan at Criticspace

Author’s Background: The Author, Sriram Ramakrishnan is a software engineer hailing from Chennai. This book is a story about his life right from his school to his job till the point of the spiritual awakening in his life, the way different phases of his life where he talks about his experience of life, what it […]

Book Review – Marigold- the Golden memories – Manali Debroy – Criticspace Journals

Some books become a pleasure to sight the moment readers set their eyes on them. They are tempted in the very first instance to see and check what the book could be about. If the book matches their expectations, it becomes a memorable reading experience for them. Such is the air of Manali Debroy’s work, […]

ELLIE AND ORIN PROPHECY | BOOK REVIEW | CRITICSPACE

Since earlier times, adults, as well as children, get fascinated by the tales of the unknown, myths, or the realms they have not visited. Due to the imaginative elements, such stories invoke the interest of perhaps all kinds of readers and listeners right from the beginning.  One such story that has the potential to reach […]

Book Review | Her name was Flower | by Imani Cortez | Criticspace Journals

“We are each gifted in a unique and important way. It is our privilege and our adventure to discover our own special light.” This book, “Her name was Flower” with its simple language, illustrations, and a short book-length may look like a children’s book but the message it conveys is so impactful and powerful. It is […]

Book Review | Chennai To Chicago – Memoir Of A Software Engineer | Criticspace Journals

If you see, then nothing is permanent in life, we really can’t lean on anything completely with a free and a carefree approach. But life goes on with all these uncertainties and that’s not just the reality of life, but also the beauty of life! This book, Chennai to Chicago – Memoir of a Software […]

An Interview with Vandana Sudheesh at Criticspace

Author’s Background: Vandana Sudheesh, a wife and a mother of a girl child from Kerela, is one among those who always wanted to rise and capture her dreams. She started her career as a banker after her Post Graduation. Now she has got her very first book published, which is a poetry collection, titled as […]

Book Review – Art of Staying Young while Growing Old – Criticspace Journals

Human life is such where things are decided for every stage in advance. From childhood to old age, the works and responsibilities are more or less decided as per the age and all that needs to be done in that time. But it is old age when things change and mostly, people find themselves free […]

Farhad Ahmad Pir | Author Feature | Criticspace

Name: Farhad Ahmad Pir Birth Place: Tujar Sharief Bunstan, Sopore Interests: Teaching and Writing Hobbies: Travelling, Gardening and Reading Biographical Info: I was born in the year 1989, in Sopore, District Baramullah in Kashmir. I was brought up in a village named Tujar Sharief. I know English, Urdu and Kashmiri languages. I have done M.A in […]

READINGS IN WORLD LITERATURE | SUBHAJIT BHADRA | BOOK REVIEW

Somewhere we all like literature and loves to read and know about it. It has my first experience of reading that kind of book, and I love it a lot. Subhajit Bhadra writes ‘Readings in World Literature’ book. He has written and published many books like (Animal Discourse in Literature,  Texts in Contexts and Reflections on […]

An Interview with Author Sudip Banik | Criticspace

Author’s Background An avid thinker and strategist, the author has 15+ years of corporate experience working for top conglomerates like Vodafone, Godrej and Micromax to name a few. Being quite passionate about academics, after having completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Telecommunication and a dual certification in Business Administration; Sales and Marketing/HR, the author is […]