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  • E-commerce and eBooks
  • [2013-06-11 ]
    In every century, new business ideas have replaced the old. These business ventures have reached out to a large audience - starting with advertising in newspapers, in radio and finally in television.... Read More...
  • The Best Books on Selling
  • [2013-05-17 ]
    Centuries ago, ever since the barter system was phased out, and the growing, populous human world saw an escalation in its needs and wants, we have had selling.... Read More...
  • To Write a Excessive Term Papers
  • [2013-05-17 ]
    This article teaches how a beginner can become better at writing. It also describes the challenge that seasoned writers are facing. ... Read More...
  • The Ernest Hemingway Story
  • [2013-05-13 ]
    Before Ernest Hemingway gained fame as a writer of lucid, precise prose with the 1929 A Farewell to Arms, he wrote another gem centered on expatriate Americans, with Spain and the bull fighting.... Read More...
  • An Honest American Psycho
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    American Psycho is a book by the noted and infamous author Bret Easton Ellis. The book welcomed itself to a grand launch in the summer of 1991 but was soon receptive to unfavourable responses by criti... Read More...
  • Why we love Mystery Books
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    Ever seen someone who does not like to read mystery or crime books? I doubt you will find more than the odd straggler.... Read More...
  • The Future of Reading
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    Over the past few years, we have seen an unprecedented rise in the number of eReaders being made available to the public.... Read More...
  • My Fathers Tears and Other Stories
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    The book ĎMy Fatherís Tears and Other Storiesí by John Updike is a collection of short stories that has been written in trademark Updike style. ... Read More...
  • Animal Farm
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    Animal Farm by George Orwell is a biting satire on the aspect of totalitarianism. It was written in 1945 and according to Orwell reflects the events that led to the initiation of the Russian Revolutio... Read More...
  • Agatha Christieís World of Mystery
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    Agatha Christie is one of the most read authors all over the world, of all time.... Read More...
  • The Jack Reacher
  • [2013-05-04 ]
    Jack Reacher is a fictional character created by the best-selling author Lee Child. Jack has featured in seventeen of the books that Child has written.... Read More...
  • The Thatcher Impact
  • [2013-04-11 ]
    Though many in the world had a view of the Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher as the lady to look out for with the handbag, it cannot be denied that her life as the leader of the UK changed the outlook towa... Read More...
  • The Book Thief
  • [2013-04-11 ]
    The place is Germany, circa 1939. The Second World War is looming large and there have many deaths as one can count, or perhaps more than that.... Read More...
  • The Turn of the Screw
  • [2013-04-11 ]
    Horror as a genre has always managed to captivate the audience with its spooky chills and heart-stopping moments. The same notion has been observed in movies and books. ... Read More...
  • Drawing and Its Nuances
  • [2013-04-11 ]
    Drawing is one of the best visual art forms which are used to mark a two-dimensional medium.... Read More...
  • Winter is back again article by Bookchums
  • [2013-01-02 ]
    Yes, yes, yes; itís back again. The season that we all love; winter is here again. So weíre back to cuddling and lazing while hot coffee and wonderful evenings await us all along.... Read More...
  • On my kindle Article by Bookchums
  • [2013-01-02 ]
    With time there comes change. The popular saying Time is the only constant is the best way to describe change.... Read More...
  • Capturing the union of souls at Bookchums
  • [2013-01-02 ]
    They say marriages are made in heaven. I must say that I partly agree and disagree. Watching the world around us we donít see happy couples all the time, but everyone by default has an idea about how ... Read More...
  • Books from Bengal at Bookchums
  • [2013-01-02 ]
    When one thinks of Bengal, the very first picture is of Guruji Rabindranath Tagore.... Read More...
  • The Gurudev of Literature at Bookchums
  • [2012-12-09 ]
    There are poets, and some more poets and some more. But there is none equal to the stature of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. ... Read More...
  • The Fantasy of the Urban World at Bookchums
  • [2012-12-09 ]
    Fantasy is the child of imaginations. Even in this real world where practicality is regarded as supreme, fantasy is the daily trespasser.... Read More...
  • Books to read before you die at Bookchums
  • [2012-12-09 ]
    This may sound gross but there are certainly a lot of things that you must do before you lie on your death bed. Be it travelling or putting certain things in perspective we do have or must have a list... Read More...
  • Unlock the mystery code at Bookchums
  • [2012-12-09 ]
    For ages mysteries is a subject that has managed to give sleepless nights even to the best detectives. Be it a murder, a kidnapping or a treasure hidden somewhere remote, mysteries have always been in... Read More...
  • From the World of Politics at Bookchums
  • [2012-12-09 ]
    It is they who shape our world. It is they who decide what we do, what we eat, whatís good for our childrenís future and what an ideal world should look like. ... Read More...
  • Bed time stories at Bookchums
  • [2012-11-30 ]
    Remember the times when going to bed was fun? These were the times when our grandparents sued to take us to the world of fantasy. Stories of the pride, courage, honour and strength often were told wit... Read More...
  • V for Vampire at Bookchums
  • [2012-11-30 ]
    Itís a personís worst nightmare to open his eyes and find a Vampire staring at your face with his blood slicking teeth wanting to drink your blood.... Read More...
  • The story of the atheist at Bookchums
  • [2012-11-30 ]
    Often religion has been marginalised by people accusing it of polarising communities and dividing communities. To a certain extent they are true. But what is a religion... Read More...
  • The Artistic Universe of Manga at Bookchums
  • [2012-11-30 ]
    For any person who has not seen or read a Manga, the first look will certainly come as a shock. Firstly, itís not read in the usual manner as it starts from the back and secondly readers are sure to.... Read More...
  • The best of them all at Bookchums
  • [2012-11-30 ]
    With a plethora of publishers and countless authors, it is perhaps difficult of even impossible to predict the best literature works of all times.... Read More...
  • The Art of Language at Bookchums by Keshav
  • [2012-11-20 ]
    The Pen is mightier than the sword. It is certainly the most famous saying and has definitely proved itself time and over again.... Read More...
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