Tips to become a succesful book blogger

No one has become a superstar blogger overnight.Recognition in blogosphere takes time and there are no short cuts for achieving instant success as a blogger.Read like there is no tomorrow and pen down your sincere thoughts in a lucid, organised and unpretentious manner.Your work will definitely get its due.

Blogadda-Quikr Shopping Fiesta: My Experience

It was like a slap on my face.Thankfully Arun was not there with me to witness by embarassement. I was all set to call him when some random piece of paper with a phone number written on it from my pocket caught my attention.

Book Review:Salvation Of a Saint

On the whole,’The Salvation Of Saint’ is a decent thriller.It may not be as racy as ‘The Devotion of Suspect X’,but still it’s a pretty good one.

Interview with Doctor-turned- Writer Deepal Kripal

Earlier this week,we chatted with Doctor-turned-Author,Deepak Kripal.He has authored 'The Devil's Tale:An impossible journey',published by Leadstart Publishers.In this candid interview,he tells us about his debut work,future plans,his journey as a writer and his other interests in life.

Private India: Book Review

On the whole,'Private India' by James Patterson and Ashwin Sanghi is a strictly average work.

May 25, 2010

First Look:Malarvadi Arts Club

In a previous post,we had lamented about the dearth of fresh,energetic stories in Malayalam.It seems that all is not lost yet for Malayalam Cinema.An upcoming movie titled ‘Malarvadi  Arts Club’ directed by Vineeth Srinivasan and produced by actor Dileep(may be as an apology for the horrendous movies that he has been giving us of  late) definitely shows some promise.Malarvadi has the potential to become this year’s big monsoon winner since malayalees are ready to accept even anything half decent, in these days of , Thanthoni s and Pramani s.With a fresh lead cast ably supported by some of the  veterans in the field like Nedumudi Venu,Jagathy Sreekumar and Salim Kumar the movie is tentatively scheduled for a July release.
The music of the movie came out two days back (composed by Shaan Rehman,the man behind last year’s successful album,Coffee at MG Road and the Mammooty film,‘Ee Pattanathil Bhootham’).I must admit that they sound really fresh and youthful with some genuinely funny lyrics(for instance,the Kashmala track),unlike the cut and copy ones ditched out by the National award winner(thankfully not for his tunes) M.G.Sreekumar for  Vineeth’s dad’s big movie with Mohanlal,’Oru Naal Varum’.In his blog,Vineeth admits that he has found inspiration for his debut movie in the popular American show,Friends and promises that his movie would be an entertaining one.
Let’s hope that the movie turns out to be as good as its promos.