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Friday 22 October 2021

The Little Booktique Hub to launch, “Winter Reels”, a Christmas Special Anthology



The Little Booktique Hub is delighted to announce that, “Winter Reels, will be released on 25th of December, 2021.


The Little Booktique Hub have launched the anthology titled as Winter Reels” which is a special dedicated to Christmas Eve and is compiled by Divya Venkateswaran. This is an initiative by Rohit Bhatia, who is the owner as well as founder of The Little Booktique Hub and The Writer’s Abode Publication (an affliate of The Little Booktique Hub).

Blurb: “A word after a word after a word is power.”  - Margaret Atwood

An amalgam of poetry and prose chronicling, experiences, memories and nature, the chilly winter season brings. Memories waiting to be shared, stories waiting to be told, the book is a chock-full of thoughts and expressions by various writers. A collection of words, verses, reflections shining through frozen times will make you experience the alluring winter season.

The names of the contributing writers will be released soon along with the cover page of the book.

 Winter Reels” will be launched over and Hubooktique Website as a paperback, on the eve of Christmas. The eBook will be available over the following platforms: Google Play, Google Books and Amazon Kindle.


If you are a writer and looking for an opportunity, Hubooktique is the place for you. One of the India’s largest publication house in terms of anthologies. For participating in free anthologies, you can visit our Instagram page @hubooktique.anthologies.


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Wednesday 6 October 2021

Why celebrating Mahalaya before Durga Puja In Bengal?




The festive mood gets started in India with the celebration of Durga Puja. Durga Puja or Navratri is one of India's most popular festivals that no Indian perhaps want to miss. 

West Bengal remains the centre of attraction during Durga Puja, and here, the festivity begins with the celebration of 'Mahalaya'. 

Mahalaya is celebrated on Amavasya Tithi, and it is the day when “ Pitru Paksha” ends and “Devi Paksha” starts. People believe that it is the day when Ma Durga starts her voyage to her maternal home on the earth from Mount Kailash. 

Mahalaya is celebrated to applaud the victory of Devi Durga over demon Mahishashura. The day is also celebrated by worshipping the ancestors of the Bengalees.  People pray for peace for the departed souls of the family. 

The members of a family, who take part in Shraddha, first need to take a bath to purify themselves. Many prefer to take a bath in the river Ganga on that particular day early in the morning. Then Shraddha or Pinda Dana takes place with the help of priests. Shraddha means to devote cooked rice mixed with ghee and black sesame seeds in the ancestor's name. 

Mahalaya is an auspicious day, following which many Pooja Organizers in West Bengal bring their “Durga Pratima” to their Pooja Pandals. So, we can say that from Mahalaya, people start enjoying the festive mood of the long-awaited Durga Pooja.

Tuesday 21 September 2021



                                        Book Spotlight

            The Adventures on Doryu: Raid on the Evil Dragon Nest 


Book Blurb:

Raid on the Evil Dragon Nest is first in The Adventures on Doryu series.

Doryu, fictional, beautiful, green planet is located on the far side of the Milky Way.

Once upon a time Doryu was in the same solar system as earth. In fact, it was known as the sister planet. However, the Evil Dragons who wanted to rule Doryu, dragged the planet to the far side of the Milky Way. They did this because the earthlings always helped the Doryuans defeat the Evil Dragons.

This series is about how the young Princes of the countries of Pymra and Princesses of the Great Seas in Doryu, along with the other beings, have helped save the planet from the rule of the Evil Dragons.

An exciting new original series by traveller and writer Girish Khare, via the fictional personality of Commander Maddox Hatter aka the Madhatter. Beautifully illustrated by Saurabh Shrivastava, the Art Director, who has been associated with the author for more than 20 years, working on various creative projects together. They have created a world of pure fantasy much to the delight of children between the ages of 7 and 14 approximately. The series is currently running as an online digital event available as VoD on Paytm Insider.

Each story stretches the bright mind of the children of today and has already fascinated children across India and elsewhere. A must-read for your child.
The book  is published by Notion Press and is a perfect choice for young readers. Parents can choose this book for helping their kids to develop reading habits.
The Book Review will be shared soon
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Wednesday 15 September 2021

Book Reader VS Book Reviewer


In my journey as a book lover I came across this debating topic many times. I personally need to answer many readers and even authors about my view on the topic Book Reader VS  Book Reviewer. So here are my takes on this topic.



1. Book reader is the one who loves reading books and enjoys the moments while spending time with favorite books. Reader enjoys the contents and might have a favorite list of authors whose books he/she love to read. The only concern for them is personal enjoyment and improving taste of literature through books.


2. Book Reviewer is also a book lover and reader but with a touch of specialization. A reviewer not only enjoys reading books but also prefers readings across various genres.  Proper analysis of the book is done various parameters from title to cover page, from plot to character building, from writing style to climax building. In short reviewer makes SWOT analysis of the book and presents the book to the audience for making the smart buy. Reviewer acts as an influencer to market the book with their reviews. They mention the pros and cons. Reviewer even highlight who can be the targeted audience for the same and also help author to reach them. Well, it can be very well said that they help authors deliver better in next assignment and helps readers choose the best book of their taste and preference.


The job of a Book Reviewer is under the belt job which is critical but didn’t get the due recognition.


So what’s your take on this?  Don’t forget to share 

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