Archive for April 2016

BEEVILLE: Introducing


Eight Lessons Heroines From Literature Taught Us

Literature’s heroines are not spoken about as much as I’d like them to be. So here is my list of my eight favourite heroines from English literature and what I have learnt from them. Apart from learning something important from them, one interesting thing that is common amongst all of them is that I have … Continue reading

5 Signs Your Friends Think you are a Bibliophile

If you are a bibliophile then books are obviously your best friends, but, if you belong to the real world then you might have made friends. You might not have millions of friends but at least a handful of them. By the word ‘friend’ I am not indicating those you have found on social media … Continue reading

Interview: Alicia Souza

Hi Alicia, first of all, thank you so much for taking the time out to talk to BUZZ Magazine. You are an illustrator based out of Bangalore, and with your own merchandise. What first sparked the idea to make your hobby into a business? I think I kind of fell into it. I never really … Continue reading

Bookish Tattoo Ideas

We all know that reading is cool and tattoos are cool, so when you put them together, you get something super cool. As of now, I have three tattoos and two of them are book related. While I was doing my research on exactly what I wanted to get to portray how Harry Potter, and … Continue reading

Book Review: Finding Audrey

The best thing about Sophie Kinsella is that her characters make you feel more real, more into the practical world. I think I’ve been saying a lot about my non-compliance to Young Adult novels. It’s not that I hate them, but apart from one or two, I couldn’t relate to them. This inability in me … Continue reading

Interview: Minu Marie Mathew

Hi Minu, thank you for taking the time out to talk to BUZZ Magazine. First things first: what was the inspiration for starting ART-ery? I wanted to do something on my own, most importantly, with a strong brand message. “Express your inner self with a piece of art and celebrate the woman in you” is … Continue reading