When Darkness Descends by G.W Lucke

The Revelation Trilogy Part I

Five-year-old Tom Anderson cowered in fear while a mysterious stranger murdered his beloved grandmother, Jean Anderson, then disappeared. Now a young man crippled by guilt and anxiety, Tom's offered a chance for redemption, but it means leaving Earth behind. Dark magic transports him to the shadowy land of Enthilen where he begins the hunt for Jean's killer. However, unbeknown to Tom, his arrival in Enthilen has been engineered by Malphas, a cruel, exiled ruler who needs to capture Tom to bring forth an endless tyranny.Tom is befriended by a giant stone-grell, Grin. They travel through treacherous lands seeking justice for Jean, but become entangled in the ongoing battle between Erstürmen rulers and Dobunni rebels for control of Enthilen. With the help of rebels Jacob and Athalee, and a mouldewerp called Dwarrow, Tom fights to evade the pursuit of the merciless Malphas. Time is running out to find Jean's killer before Tom succumbs to nef…

Author Interview- Deepa & Kanishka

About the Authors: Deepa and Kanishka are authors, podcasters, artists and they have their own artists' collective. They are saadhaks of Hindustani Classical Music. On their channels, they talk about filmmaking, podcasting, writing - everything digital. Their stories and poetry revolve around relatable content and inspirational anecdotes based on 'feel good phenomenon'. 

Q1. What do you think is important for a good story or poem?
A: Stories are the oldest institution and they have nurtured civilisations. There is, undoubtedly, no better way to bring a change in the world but through compelling storytelling for that is the only language that can be understood by every beating heart in the universe.
Stories are what we thrive on to survive. They give us courage to fight our struggles and never give up because there is always a story of a champion, waiting to be heard. If your story or poem serves this purpose, you have a good story idea. All you do now is pen it down, put it ou…

Suheldev: The King Who Saved India

Today I finished another book, Amish's latest: the legend of king suheldev. 
The book was released on 20th june 2020 and is published by westland publication. It is the 8th book written by Amish and is a part of indic  chronicles series that is yet to come up with more parts.

About the Author:

Amish tripathi – A diplomat, A columnist and a bestselling author as well. He is known for his books the Shiva trilogy (The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas, The oath of the Vayuputras), the Ram-Chandra series (Scion of Ikshvaku, Sita: Warrior of Mithila, Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta) and Suheldev: The King Who Saved India. He has also launched his first non-fiction book named Immortal India.Amish's 8 books have sold over 5.5 million copies in the Indian subcontinent since 2010. Forbes India has regularly ranked Tripathi among the top 100 celebrities in India. He was listed among the 50 most powerful Indians by India Today in 2019. He is also the first author in Indian publishing …

Life-O-Mance: Love Poems By Deepa & Kanishka

Recently I came across a poetry collection named Life-o-Mance , a beautiful romantic collaboration done by a couple Deepa and Kanishka.

The poems will give you a fascinating glimpse into their love filled life on which this whole book is essentially based. The majority of poems are interpreted as dedicated love verses written by them to each other. These poems will take you on a roller costar ride of emotions and memories and you’ll live your own days of love, all of it.
It is easy to love but its not easy to express yourself so beautifully.
It wasn’t easy for me to read and review these poems after all how does one go about criticizing something as beautiful as true love ?
I am sure that it is agreeable to say that poems are really subjective especially when one talks about love…it has so many forms and reflections and I am sure every one of you will connect with these words differently just like I did.
When you’ll read the collection, you won’t just read their words but you’ll feel the lo…