Anindita CSG

Anindita likes to prepare crazy dishes when she is not playing peekaboo with her daughter or cooking up stories of Gods suffering from memory loss, genetically altered/human-alien hybrids, and creepy serial killers.

Anindita likes to read Sci-fi, fantasy, crime thrillers, intense drama, and comedy. She secretly reads horror stories and checks for monsters under the bed (these days, her daughter checks them for her).

Anindita loves to play video games and often tricks her husband into playing the challenging quests for her.

Anindita had worked in pharmaceutical and clinical research industries before becoming a stay-at-home mom.

Anindita likes to prepare crazy dishes when she is not playing peekaboo with her daughter or cooking up stories of Gods suffering from memory loss, genetically altered/human-alien hybrids, and creepy serial killers.

Anindita likes to read Sci-fi, fantasy, crime thrillers, intense drama, and comedy. She secretly reads horror stories and checks for monsters under the bed (these days, her daughter checks them for her).

Anindita loves to play video games and often tricks her husband into playing the challenging quests for her.

Anindita had worked in pharmaceutical and clinical research industries before becoming a stay-at-home mom.

Jane of Austin: A Novel of Sweet Tea and Sensibility by Hillary Manton Lodge: Review

Jane of Austin

Many have attempted to bring a modern version of Ms Austen’s works into life (remember Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, a commendable work?). Few have succeeded. I wanted a break from fantasy and thrillers. So, when I saw this book on Netgalley, I requested an ARC with great curiosity. The book was a delight. I …

The Trouble with Twelfth Grave (Charley Davidson #12) by Darynda Jones: Review

The Trouble with Twelfth Grave (Charley Davidson #12) by Darynda Jones

I received an ARC of the book via NetGalley, recommended by Marissa Sangiacomo. Thank you, both, for a great weekend read. 🙂 I was introduced to the world of Charley Davidson in the eleventh book, (my review) and was utterly hooked. I bought the previous ones over the last year and finished book six recently. …

Author Interview: J.P. Ashman

Author Interview: J.P. Ashman

Hello, Lovely Readers. Having a good weekend? If you are looking for a short break from all the merrymaking, fun, and frolic, read this amusing and entertaining interview with one of the Fantasy Hive busy bees, J.P. Ashman, the author of Black Powder Wars series. Dyrk Ashton, the dashing author of Paternus, described Mr. Ashman’s …