This is a list of 6 "surprising" benefits of reading horror books.
These days, I'm more into short reviews of books (might be the after-effect of lingering too much on Goodreads). To cut the long story short, here are two mini and quirky reviews of two books I finished off recently. Book: The Haunting of Hill House Author : Shirley Jackson Genre(s): Horror, Gothic, Classic, … Continue reading 2 Mini Book Reviews (not super-mini but I tried!)
I prefer standalone detective novels that have-- a) its police-person/private investigator- diving straight into the heart of the murder, b) having flashbacks of his/her own tormented life intermittently, c) getting nudged by a side-kick, d) solving the crime, e) wrapping it nicely with a perfect bow, f) going home and not coming back again for … Continue reading 6 reasons you should read Tana French, right away.
When I was a starry-eyed business management student (how the Indian economy made me cynical to MBAs, sigh.), our Business Communication Prof. used to chide us in class- “Read books, you air-heads, for Warren Buffet built his empire by reading books only.” In Quora, it has become sort of Quora-myth that Elon Musk learned how … Continue reading A Tale of Two Creepy/Horror Books