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Get One Buy Two
              — Dhiraj Singh


Blurb —

Three strangers on board an ill-fated aircraft miraculously survive a violent crash. The dynamics of God’s physics will catch up with them in a year, warns a sage in the forest.
A year later, fate strikes them once again. But can the three men defy death yet again? Are the universal laws of nature inescapable? What happens to the known and unknown people linked to their destiny? Can goodwill and powerful chemistry between people defeat God’s big scheme? Only time will tell…
Get ready for a spine-chilling ride as you follow the uncanny lives of the three men in the passage of one year. It is bound to set both your heart and mind racing!

“A book that can definitely be turned into a movie!” – Jackie Shroff

“Truly 100% intelligent bollywood masala!” – Gulshan Grover

“A whole new dimension to fate as we know it. Brilliant! Hope someone makes it into a movie soon…” -Randeep Hooda

“I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book & would surely explore the possibility of making this into a Bollywood potboiler.” – Rahul Mittra, Award winning filmmaker & CEO Wave Cinemas.

My Review – I haven’t read it yet but I have read a book by the same author and his writing is awesome.

Here is my review of his last book –

Here is the author’s message to all readers–

Thank you so much for liking and supporting my first book! I am very excited to announce the launch of my second book “Get One Bye Two”, a superbly entertaining “Spiritual Cocktail of Science & Bollywood”!

It’s a quick, easy read but with lots to think and imagine while reading, and definitely after reading. Will request you to kindly have a read when you get the chance and share your reviews (providing the Amazon links below; and will be available on all other leading sites also in couple of days). Will really appreciate it if you could also use the FB link (, and any other platforms to share the book launch with as many of your friends and families. You could also visit my web site for my blogs on related subjects, and definitely view the video trailer of the book on Youtube( )



Enjoy, and find your “split” but don’t worry about the “medium”! (J that’s the most hint I can give without spoiling your reading!).





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Kindle – –


Nishtha Singh


The Best Six Places To Travel

Travel And Leisure

Choosing a perfect vacation spot is very difficult but I will make it easier for you in this particular article. Now, you do not need to conduct a research. Using opinions and recommendations from some travel experts, this list of destination is written. From the coastal getaways, like Puerto Rico and Maui, to big cities, such as New York and Paris, the top six destinations are here. So, if you are planning your next vacation, then continue reading.


 If you have never visited London before and are looking for the best vacation, then this is the place. There is just so much to do in London that you would not be bored. Travellers are mostly interested about the major sights like Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London but let us be honest; there are not just two places to visit in London. You should never miss visiting the Cabinet War Rooms, the Tate Modern and the National Gallery. Lastly, never forget to visit the restaurants as the British food is delicious.


Istanbul is the place where Asia and Europe meet. This beautiful city is where you find the centuries old mosques and churches. This vibrant city has galleries, nightclubs and modern restaurants where you can spend your holiday happily and contently. If you are already planning to visit, then plan to visit a hamman (traditional bath) and get your skin scrubbed clean for just $20. Your loofah has no comparison to this scrub.

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17th, 18th, and 19th feb

A concise blog


Waiting to read it

With work comes responsibilities, I realised that this week.

So well, I couldn’t read much.
I completed “Storm And Silence” and “The Old Man And The Sea

Either book were different in story and genre.

I started “Fluffy And Me” written by Anita Krishan this week. Its okay so far, not exemplary but not dull either. Hoped for a better plot.

Other than this, I will be receiving paperbacks of “Coinman” and “ Psychaotic: See The World In Red And Black


I heard a bad news.

Harper Lee passes away.

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Rest In Peace Harper Lee, you will always be alive in our world through novels and stories.

“To Kill A Mocking Bird” was a Pulitzer Award Winner and “Go Set A Watchman” is becoming more and more popular with days.


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I will update tomorrow.

Bye. Have a good day.

Nishtha Singh


Happy New Year


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Hey all!
Hope you all are enjoying the Holidays.

Today, I am reading “The Mistress’s Secret” by Julia James. Just started it, so can’t say anything about it. The cover is captivating.


Happy New Year. My New year resolution is to read 300 books this year. I completed last year’s challenge (Yay)


My graduation completed last year, this year I will be going to college again for an M.B.A (hoping, praying to get my favourite college)

Also, I will posting a blog on my favourite romance book 2015 tomorrow..:)

Have a great day.


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May this year bring more peace and happiness to your life.

Nishtha Singh

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Posted by on January 2, 2016 in 2016, Discussion, The what to do next



If I forget any name, do comment

As I go forward with our blogs, I can’t forget the essential reason for it’s commencement.

Yep, The ARC’S.

So, I will be posting the reviews with the books cover per week.

I am putting up the schedule, you can either wait or add me to your mailing list or goodreads for general notifications!


This week

° Cafe Latte – Amit Shankar

° The Unwanted Shadow – Bhaskaryya Deka

°  SHE, The Stories of Modern Indian Women – Dixy Gandhi


Next week

° Chase of Choices – Dr.Hari Paremeshwar

° Black Grey & White – Santosh Avvannavar and Santosh I.Biradar

° From Where I see – Ajay Yadav



° Umbilical Cord – Santosh Avvannavar and Prof. Meena. R. Chandawarkar

° Once upon a Dharmyudh – Vibhor Tikiya

° On the Money – Tariq Saleim


For next months ~~


° Ambushed – Nayanika Mahtani

° I found recovery with a hole in my soul – Anchal Duggal

° The Departing Point – Santosh Avvannavar, Raghunath Babu Are, Jyothi Byahatti



+ Gulabi – Pankaj Suneja

+ The Surrogate Author – Santosh Avvannavar , Shilpa Patil

+ Dead Alive – Sandip Khade



# Rishi and The Karmic Cat – Nandini Bajpai

# Are you feeding your hunger or your emotions? – Dr. Shikha Sharma

# I Am Dead But My Heart Beats – Priyank


* Secrets of Zynpagua – Ilika Ranjan

* Romantic Bouncers – Ram Vignesh

* Deliverance of Sarpameru –  Vadassery Thaiparambil Rakesh


There are some books which I have already reviewed on goodreads but you will get a little more detailed review in here.

Quote of the day

Nobody has ever measured,
not even poets,
how much the heart can hold.” 

― Zelda Fitzgerald



Till then, live and let others live!


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Posted by on October 16, 2015 in In Paperback, The what to do next