Skip to main content

Delirium by Indian Author Sowmya Aji - Review and Spotlight




Delirium
by
Soumya Aji
A Harper Collins Publication

Sports, Love, Steroids... Will love win?







Blurb
I was addicted.
To him.

Anjana Narendra just can’t keep her head straight when it comes to the nation’s heartthrob,cricket vice-captain Avinash Katagi.The mere sight of him sets the heart of this thirty-one-year-old television journalist pounding, and fills her stomach with butterflies. He seems smitten too – taking her out for romantic walks in the botanical gardens, appearing by her side when she has a road accident,knocking on her door in the middle of the night. Even as Anjana is swept off her feet into a whirlwind romance,the reporter within her sniffs out the biggest scoop of the season. all too soon, she is neck-deep in trouble with her bosses and the cricket board, struggling to make sense of the sordid world of steroids and celebs. Will anjana give up the delicious young man she is hooked on to? and does she even want to? Sinful and alluring, Delirium is a heady cocktail of intrigue, temptation and betrayal.


Watch the Trailer




Buy @


Meet the Author

I love day-dreaming and my close friends in this endless activity include Hamlet, Howard Roark, Absolem, Miss Marple, Elizabeth Bennett, Katniss Everdeen, Holly Short, Sirus Black, Gimli and Septimus Heap.. occasionally, Saphira also :) Otherwise, I am a serious hard-nosed print journalist who writes about politics, social issues and culture..
I've spent most of my life reading and writing.. I also love movies, dance, theatre, music, trekking, yoga.. I tried my hand at Russian and French and remember Rooski Izink Nimnoga and je sais un peu de Francaise .. (I bet I got that wrong).. but the latest language I picked up, Spanish, is very close to my heart, as I want to read Gabriel Garcia Marquez's yellow butterflies in Espanol.. I speak, read and write three Indian languages -- Kannada, Hindi, Tamil .. and my masters is in English, so I obviously love language and communication..
I also love knitting and I hate cooking :) I'm trying very hard to be good at a new job -- parenting -- to my three-year-old, but boy, is that the toughest job!

You can stalk her @




Book Launch by:





DELIRIUM BY SOWMYA AJI - Review by Maria Perry Mohan

Anju Narendra is a reporter, as hard nosed as they come.  And this is the late nineties, when mobiles were an option, not a compulsion.  Anju is a Bangalorean in her native city and the local hero right now is a Bangalorean boy, Avinash Katagi, who’s making all the right moves in the Indian cricket team and bound for glory by the looks of things. So when Katagi starts to woo Anju and ask her out for dinner, is she bowled over? Of course she’s not.  This couldn’t be real.  Could it?  The golden boy of the Indian cricket team like, fancies me? Wants to ask me out on dates and stuff?  This is the stuff that young, impressionable girls dream about, and Anju is as tough, hardboiled and hardnosed as women news reporters come.  Isn’t she? Come on man, are you crazy?

The funniest part is, that yes, he does and no, she’s not going crazy.  Or is she? But that's only the beginning.  There's much more to this romantic story than the reporter/cricket love story angle.  But I don't do reviews with spoilers, so you're going to have to get your own copy to find out.

A lovely piece of  chick lit romance with lots and lots of lovely twists and turns..  Do yourself a favour and do not miss this. I totally hearted it.

Comments

Post a Comment

It's great to get your visit. Please let me know what you think of the post.....

Popular posts from this blog

Readers Beware! 5 Reasons Not To Read 'Behind Our Lives' by Charlene Carr

Our MBB guest poster today, author Charlene Carr, is hella talented, but you won't find her begging you to buy her new book anytime soon. In fact, if you're not the type of reader who would appreciate her, she'll happily advise you to take your business elsewhere - in the nicest possible way, of course. In this guest post, she gives you five reasons not to buy her book.



Charlene Carr on the Web:

Website FacebookTwitterPinterestGoodreadsInstagram

Author Bio:  Charlene Carr is a lover of words. After travelling the globe for several years and working as a freelance writer, editor, and facilitator, she decided the time had come to focus on her true love—novel writing.  Charlene writes fiction full of thought and heart. Her endings may not always be 'happy', but she always ends with hope. She is the author of seven novels and one novella. She lives in St. John's, Newfoundland and loves exploring the amazing coastline of her harbour town, dancing up a storm, and strivi…

New Release: Throwing The Light by KA Servian

MBB welcomes the exciting new author KA Servian to the blog today. After a twenty-plus-year career in the applied arts industry, including owning her own fashion and jewellery labels, this author, who is otherwise known as Kathy, decided to turn her creative skills to writing fiction. Her first novel, Peak Hill, was a finalist in the Romance Writers of New Zealand Pacific Hearts Full Manuscript contest in 2016. She now squeezes full-time study for an advanced diploma in applied writing in around writing novels and short stories, teaching sewing and pattern making and being a wife and mother.

K A Servian on the web:
WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramAuthor Page
Join K A Servian’s Newsletter and get a free copy of: Missing the Obvious.


Keeping the pages turning..........
To create and maintain suspense and tension in a story, Try taking the complete plot outline, breaking it into pieces which hold the main plot points and then drip feeding those pieces to the reader. It's vital to never gi…

Review - 1857 Dust of Ages - The Forgotten Tale by Vandana Shanker

This has to be the first review on MBB in a very long time and it was well worth the wait. Anyone who likes Indian historical fiction is going to adore this beautiful read.

Maria Perry Mohan's Review of 1857 Dust of AgesVolume I -  A Forgotten Tale by Vandana Shankar


As historical fiction goes, this is first class. We’re literally getting glimpses of a fascinating story as seen through the eyes of today. Can it really be that an Indian royal family gave their daughter in marriage to a British Army officer?  Some say it could be impossible, but has the truth been covered up? And why?
Those glances back in time show teasing glimpses of a royal family at a crossroads. The queen’s consternation when a male hair has not been born and her greedy sister-in-law, the one who has a son, eyes up the kingdom. Would such a queen mother be good for a kingdom? Probably not.

The princess’s character comes through as a girl who has been born to lead her kingdom. The 19th century produced one of the gr…