• Historical Fiction

    Online event

    Historical Fiction

    I am sure we can all do with a temporary escape from current times to the good old days! Or realise how much worse things were in bygone centuries.

    The next topic is historical fiction and is scheduled on Saturday , June 12th , 5:00 pm .

    Looking forward to seeing you all!

    Joining Details below:

    Historical Fiction
    Saturday, Jun 12 • 17:00 – 19:00
    Google Meet joining info
    Video call link: https://meet.google.com/iki-xium-uae

  • Myths, Legends and Folklore

    Online event

    Date and Time:

    Saturday,[masked], 5:00 pm

    Myths, Legends and Folklore

    Gods, demons, monsters,creation, destruction, blessings, curses.
    A culture's collective imagination, hopes, insecurities and anxieties are represented in its myths, legends and folklore.
    For our next discussion we will be delving into the riches of mythology from various cultures across the world.
    Feel free to discuss myths, books on mythology, academic analyses or fiction based on/ reinterpretation s of myths and mythical characters.

    Date and Time:

    Saturday,[masked], 5:00 pm

    A short list is given below for those who want recommendations.

    Books on Mythology
    Recommeded Books on Indian Mythology:
    The Pandava series by Roshani Chokshi
    Sitayana by Amit Majmudar
    The Ramachandra Series by Amish and The Shiva Trilogy by Amish
    "The Palace of Illusions" by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
    "Asura: Tale of the Vanquished" by Anand Neelakantan - My favourite
    "My Gita" by Devdutt Patnaik

    All the books by Rick Riordan -
    eg .. Heroes of Olympus,Percy Jackson Series, The Kane Chronicles etc
    Norse Mythology , American Gods by Neil Gaiman
    Bulfinch's Mythology - All Three Volumes - the Age of Fable, the Age of Chivalry, and Legends of Charlemagne

  • Discussion on Booker Winners

    Online event

    Link :Bangalore Book Club
    Saturday, Apr 24 • 17:00 – 19:00
    Google Meet joining info

    Video call link: https://meet.google.com/wyo-mnvd-wzz

    Discussiononscussion on Booker Winners

    Each year the booker longlist brings to us plenty of diverse fiction in English, some hits, some misses. And often the winner is not a candidate we rooted for. The topic for this month's meetup are books that have won this prestigious award and whether we feel the acclaim was deserved ;-)
    Looking forward to hearing your views.
    The link will be shared shortly before the meetup

    Link :Bangalore Book Club
    Saturday, Apr 24 • 17:00 – 19:00
    Google Meet joining info

    Video call link: https://meet.google.com/wyo-mnvd-wzz

  • WORLD TRANSFORMATION DAY! 🌏🌍🌎 Celebration Event !!




    Each year on the First Sunday of April, the World Joins Hands to Make a Difference together and Celebrate Humanity. 💖

    This year, I am very elated to be one of the Speakers!

    It is my privilege to invite you to join us as 75+ Speakers from various parts of the World share information and knowledge across the genres of Health, Relationship, Business, Leadership, Spirituality and Wealth.

    Event Details:

    On 3rd & 4th April 2021 (Saturday and Sunday), from 6 AM to 12 AM IST on Both Days

    36 Hours of Live Session

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    👉 Register Here for FREE: https://amplefy.org/f/wtd

    The event information, access details and Time Slot, Session wise will be emailed to you after the registration.

    Let me know if you have any queries or need help in registering for the Event. 😊

    Please share this message with your Family, Friends and Colleagues.😍

    Let's Join Hand in Making Difference and Transformation in the World. 🙏

    👉 Register Now For FREE: https://amplefy.org/f/wtd

    Thank you!

  • Best books read during 2020

    Online event

    While this year has brought us many repeated shocks and turned life on its head, we hope that many of us have also managed to read some really good books.
    Join us on Saturday, 19th December, at 5:00 pm to discuss what was YOUR favourite read during the year!

  • Author Meetup

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    Hello all,

    This time we will be hosting a special metup with Brigadier A.K. Garg - the co-author of the newly launched book - "Revelations of Honour - Trysts with Courage"

    We will be hosting this meetup on Google Meet. Invitation links will be sent out to those who rsvp.

    Looking forward to seeing you there!

  • Books on epidemics and disease

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    We have decided to give in and acknowledge the burning issue of the day ;-)
    Please come and share your thoughts and experiences with books related to medicine, disease, epidemics.
    Fiction and non fiction both welcome!

    Meeting link


  • Books set in Wartime

    Online event

    Hello All,

    This time we'll be discussing stories - fictional or real - set in a war time setting. Since the two World Wars have been discussed quite a bit in the past, this time around, we'd like to focus on wars other than the two.

    As with the previous two meetups, we'll be hosting this one on Skype. Details of the Skype meeting room will be sent to attendees shortly before the actual time.


  • TV/Web series based on books

    Online event

    Web series are the latest craze in popular culture. Join us to discuss web series based on books and the issues with transforming books to a web or tv series. Does it work better than book to film ? Should the creators stay true to the content of the book? How do audiences differ and what changes need to be made keeping them in mind. What about a series where the series writers have to skip ahead of the author ?

    This will be a virtual meetup. We have decided to continue with Skype as our favoured platform. Link to the meet will be shared closer to the date with those confirming participation.

  • Reading in the times of Covid

    Online event

    We have not been able to meet for a very long time and would like to move to virtual meetups to stay connected.
    Our first attempt will be on Skype on Saturday,the 23rd of May at 5:00 pm.
    Link will be shared with those who RSVP.
    The last couple of months have been a stressful time for all of us, with adjusting to new ways of life, work, isolation, separation from family. We understand that people may not have been able to read much under the circumstances. Hence we are keeping the meetup freeform - talk about anything you are reading currently or even any book you like.
    Looking forward to catching up.