Spicy Saturday Picks – August 8, 2014

Spicy SaturdayDo you love books? Their smell, their touch? The anticipation that goes down your spine at the prospect of reading a story that will transport to the land unknown? Then, sign up for our book reviews programme and get hold of a copy of bestseller Private India. Meanwhile, read this week’s creative write-ups by Indian bloggers.

    • Who: Shailaja V
      What: 7 blogging tips: How to write daily
      Spicy: Even the greatest bloggers face writers’ block. Here are some tips by Shailaja which will sure come useful in such moments.

    • Who: Brinda Krishnan
      What: The Pinocchio within you
      Spicy: Brinda, through this post, tries to tell us how the seemingly simple fairy tales, we hear in our childhood, are actually so profound and insightful. Read this post and get a fresh perspective on this particular tale.

    • Who: Nimi Arora
      What: Why I still remember Chacha Chaudhary and Sabu with fondness
      Spicy: Pran – the man who single-handedly (almost) made Indian kids’ childhoods beautiful is no more. Nimi raises a toast to this man through this post.

    • Who: Sejal Parikh
      What: No more whispering!
      Spicy: It is normal for women to have her menstrual cycle. When would the Indian society be mature enough to address this issue openly? asks Sejal, through this post.

    • Who: NS
      What: Problems of a Hoarder
      Spicy: Read this candid but truthful confession of a shopaholic. You may find resonance with the author’s views, maybe?

    • Who: Sakshi Nanda
      What: I talk. A lot
      Spicy: What are the signs of a person who talks a lot? Read this article and you will never ask this question again.

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