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Pratibha R DH

About Pratibha R DH

Pratibha R DH is a novelist and a digital marketing specialist. She has authored children books, fantasy and paranormal crime novels. Her latest release, Child of Paradise(Listen to Your Dreams), is a paranormal crime thriller. This novel is a journey of corporate ambition, greed, lust and betrayal. More about her at:

Meeting Sir Viv Richards, the Legend

By | March 21st, 2019|Lifestyle|

It was a surreal feeling meeting Sir Viv Richards, in full Sir Isaac Vivian Alexander Richards, when he was in Guwahati as a brand ambassador for the American University of Antigua College of medicine, a part of the Manipal Group. In spite of his legendary status, his serene and self contained personality had a huge positive [...]

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To Be the Best (Emma Harte Saga #3) – Book Review

By | March 20th, 2019|Book Reviews|

Again the women were portrayed very strongly here and Maddy, Paula’s sister-in-law, was a new addition to this string of strong women. They handled the Harte enterprises efficiently. Paula displayed brilliant business acumen in the end when she saved the company from a takeover bid by her unscrupulous cousin Jonathan Ainsley. Again I got to [...]

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Hold the Dream (Emma Harte Saga #2) – Book Review

By | March 13th, 2019|Book Reviews|

I was excited to read the second volume of the Emma Harte series, “Hold the Dream,” and without saying I was not disappointed. I loved it even more than the first book as Emma's dynamic and talented granddaughter, Paula, takes centre stage here. She is a strong and indomitable character who in spite of being [...]

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Woman of Substance (Emma Harte Saga #1) – Book Review

By | March 12th, 2019|Book Reviews|

Woman of substance is a powerful rag to riches story of a girl who rose from the ranks of a servant to one of the richest entrepreneurs in the world. I read this book in my teens and it was the first time I read about women in business. Reading about Emma Harte ruling a [...]

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Malice by Danielle Steel – Book Review

By | March 6th, 2019|Book Reviews|

‘Malice,’ had jolted me to an avalanche of feelings years back when I read it and remained as a source of inspirational memory to me. It exposed me to the aspect of incest in close quarters, leaving me shocked while bringing me a heightened sense of social awareness. Danielle Steel writes about the dark secrets [...]

Like a flowing river – Book Review

By | March 4th, 2019|Book Reviews|

L “Like a flowing river,” leads us into deep reflection and profound thinking. The author, Paulo Coelho, writes about his deep observations of life and society as a whole from his travels and personal experiences in his own life. The book draws us towards invaluable lessons that can be learned and insights found from our [...]

Savour the Moment – Book Review

By | March 2nd, 2019|Book Reviews|

I am revisiting some of my old favourites of which “Savour the Moment” is one of the feel-good books by Nora Roberts. It has all the ingredients of a modern fairy tale consisting of girl friendships who not only find their happily ever after but also are successful entrepreneurs in their own right. In the [...]

Writing Tips for Beginners

By | March 2nd, 2019|Featured, Writing Tips|

Writing is an intuitive process. The creative spirit of a person who has the penchant to express it through words is what inspires one to write. The sense of fulfilment one gets after completing a written piece is the driving force of every writer. The euphoria that follows in the aftermath of one’s creation gives [...]

How to write a novel

By | November 22nd, 2018|Writing Tips|

  The first thing that you need to figure out while writing your story is what kind of story you are going to write about; or to be more specific what genre will it belong to. Will the story be in the romance genre or a sci-fi; or would you opt to write a dystopian [...]

How to write interesting characters for your novel?

By | November 22nd, 2018|Writing Tips|

The best approach to develop interesting characters for your novel is by observing people in your own life; meaning your family, friends, neighbours and acquaintances. Readers will be able to relate more to those characters as they will sound and feel more realistic. So for a while, keep a keen eye on the people around [...]