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It’s All Called Love By Dipika Singh #bookreview

It’s All Called Love By Dipika Singh #bookreview

#Bookreview

Book Name: It's all called love - Remarkable tales of love

Author's Name: Dipika Singh

Genre: Fiction (Collection of short stories)

Alright, before I even begin let me just come clear that it is an absolute delight to read a book published by a fellow blogger. Now if you are thinking the review is going to be a bit biased, well, not so much because when it comes to books I often write with my heart. This would be the first time that I read a book within one week of its publishing. It was published under a program run by #blogchatter, an online portal you must visit for good content and networking.

About the Author

Dipika adorns many hats, from being is an ex-banker, a blogger to a teacher, and an author. A mother of a beautiful girl, she is also known for teaching young minds (MBA aspirants). I got to know her via the parenting blogging world and absolutely love reading her posts on Instagram too. She owns a lifestyle blog and writes her heart out on topics we all love to read. Her blog has won many accolades.

Book Review

It’s all called Love is a book with 11 short stories portraying different shades of love. If you have read my choices of books so far, you would know well-written-romance is one genre that I can never get enough of, and precisely, the major reason I loved reading this book. As the author says “true love is hard to find and even harder to hide”, all the stories will leave you with an afterthought. I got two of my favorites stories out of the eleven and I would love to see those turn into a full novel with well-developed characters.

The smooth conversation on the wrong number is a beautiful piece of writing and it flows flawlessly. Then there is a couple that I root for, Shalini and Samar sound like a perfect couple of a famous novel with all necessary ingredients. With each story, there is a yearning to read more and that is the USP of the book as well.

Read it on a Sunday evening with your favorite cup of warm ginger tea and I promise, it won’t disappoint you. The author has tried to pour different shades of love hoping to strike a chord in your heart.

I am a forever fan of happy endings and believe in them with all my might which is why I wish to read a few of these stories filling the pages of a novel and winning the hearts of readers.

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kavita

Mom of a beautiful and most adorable baby girl. I am a dreamer and a true optimist with a drop of crazy at heart. I have always been fascinated with the perpetual link of a pen and a heart. It amazes me how beautifully pen can write what heart truly believes. I am a stubborn daughter, pampered wife, doting mother and free-spirited human being. Do not forget to visit www.momtastciworld.com and www.clumsythoughts.com


Reader Comments

  1. Hi Kavita. I really liked the way you have articulated your review. I would request you to provide a review on “A step back to run faster and farther”. Please let me know, how we can connect.

  2. Yes true love is had to find and even harder to hide. This book is an emancipation of vivid forms of love in its truest form. Loved reading it.

  3. The power of love is beyond imagination.. I would love to read this book . I love romantic stories ..

  4. This sounds like a promising read. definitely added to my TBR.
    I too follow Dipika on instagram and agree that her posts are always worth a read and make you smile and think.

  5. She has written each and every story in the book from heart. I could feel the connection between the characters and loved the use friendly language that she choose.

  6. Yes another wonderful review on Dipikas book. I am sure going to grab the e-copy immediately and get on to reading this. It definitely seems like a great read. Loved the beautifully written review by you.

  7. I second your opinion as I just completed reading this book yesterday evening and the stories are really awesome

  8. Thanks for this. I am actually going to give this a read, the closest I have ever got to love books is actually around the time I was freelancing for Hachette (The LOVE story has been published by them).

  9. I love reading Dipika blog. It’s All Called Love By Dipika Singh sounds intriguing, crisp and beautifully penned from your review. I’m big fan of short stories with happy endings. Check this out

  10. I’ve read a few stories and I’m hooked on to them. I love how crisp your review of the same is. Anybody would want to read the book after your review specially

  11. Dipika’s book is so special that it essays about different stages of love in different aspects of life, I know you are honest with your review, will finish few stories this weekend.

  12. I would love a good emotional read. The power of love is unimaginable. And short stories are better than a thick novel which I inevitably leave halfway through.

  13. I will definitely read this book. Very well written review, very precise yet appealing. Romance is something I haven’t read it for quite a long.. Should jump into this now

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