My first poetry book

My Book

 I can’t wait to announce my current project soon. 

Well, This is not the book cover.  I was thinking about the book title and came up with this.

Is this cool? It is a self help book.

Thanks for the amazing love. If no one read,I wouldn’t be writing today.


My first poetry book

Reminds Me

The only fervent wish that reminds me of you, The song that reminds me of you,
The gesture that reminds me of you,
The passion that reminds me of you,

The vulnerable wound that reminds me of you,
The intimacy that reminds me of you,
The charming spell cast so long ago that reminds me of you, The fancy snuggle that reminds me of you,

The warmth that reminds me of you strongly,
The deepest desire that reminds me of you,
The burning hope that turns back in time,
While my soul fades into the darkness of my broken heart. Wonder, if you will ever come back?


If you like this poem, You can grab Wings of Emotions Volume II from the link below:

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My Den

Sense of life

Busy have I been lately? 

Yes, but a sense of relief when I come back to check my WP posts and read some interesting stuff.

There’s lot going on in my life right now. Today, I just felt like how amazing it would be if whole world stood still right now and not a thing I would like to change. 

Thank you bloggers and readers from all over the world!!!! You all have been wonderful.

A special thanks to my poetry lovers. The sales have been great and we are on the rock.

My Poems


Sometimes, I invite surprises,

Sometimes, Surprise greets me although it is unwelcoming at times.

Sometimes, I wonder if I am shamelessly unbearable to wait for nothing but surprise and caution: from a “loved one”.

Sometimes, life turns you with surprise. You have nothing less to do than join the element and enjoy the essence of it.

Copyright @Euphonos 2015

Book Reviews by me

Kill me once

Well Readers,

I am finally done reading “kill me once” by Jon Osborne. i kind of had mixed feelings or Opinion is rather more profound and apt about the book..

Definitely a page-turner and will sure keep you on your toes.. Yet, the ending was very precise and predictable.. If you have read my earlier post on this book, you can relate to it.. In about few pages we get to know the Serial killer Nathan Stiedowe’s motive behind the killings and how he copies the previous notorious serial killers profiles and doings.. I did feel sorry for him for his dark past.. Nevertheless, its no point of going ahead and killing innocent people..

The FBI agent Dana Whitstone having lost her parents at the age of 4 has seen the killer and his piercing eyes when he brutally kills her parents..
It is about how close she is with the killer.. Does the killer know her too well or do they both think alike????

Although I didn’t want to continue reading because of the brutality in the way Nathan does his job, I couldn’t resist and finally I read it..

Have you read this book??

would love to know what you think..