The Art of Attracting Abundance by Rajesh Vairapandian is a helpful guide on how one can visualize and master the law of attraction to achieve success and happiness.
The Legend of Bahirji-Naik: Raiders of Surat by Shreyas Bhave is an insightful tale of unsung heroes and their journey of saving Maratha Swarajya from falling prey to destruction.
Be the Best Version of Yourself by Srinivart is a collection of insights into personal transformation and development. It essentially shows the path to how one can bring changes in themselves.
Pentias - Master of the Elemental Jewels by Karthika Sajeev is a fast-paced adventurous tale of friendship, love, and magic. It is a book set in the land of Silandria - a place beyond imagination and beyond words.
The Woman Within revolves around the lives of Abid and Zia who meet each other at the age of 14. However, circumstances drift them apart and they meet again, after many years at their workplace.
The Best of Us by Rishabh Bhatnagar is a coming of age story set around a writer who ends up at a law school only to find himself an odd one out. He doesn't want to conform, slog away mindlessly, and die.
The Perfect Knot by Dr Neha Rai is a story of Abhinav who carries the baggage of a traumatic past with him. His mind is caught in a whirlpool of emotions, he feels choked and monstrous of himself.
Packed with action layers after layers, The Only Way Out is Death is a nail-biting and unputdownable read. I have read something like this after a long time where I was constantly on the edges in the anticipation of what was to come next!
What we pass on to our Daughters by Manisha Yadav is a coming-of-age story of two women trying to navigate their lives as best as they could with what they have. It is a story that celebrates norms but also defies labels.
The Seventh Cup by Nitesh Kumar Jain is a mystery novel that revolves around a missing woman, Verona Schmidt, and Avinash, who is narrating his stories to her.
Of Closets and Skeletons and Other Crime Stories by Kaivalya Ramnath is a spellbinding collection of short stories that explore the why, rather than who, of crimes.
Pangaea by Hinnah Mian is a soulful collection of prose and poetry that fills us with rage as we read about the effects of trauma inflicted on a human body.
Living Spirituality by Meetu Bisht attempts to clear the confusion around the enigmatic concept of spirituality. It aims at offering an insightful and rational understanding of the subject to help true seekers in their respective journeys.
Married on Paper by Akriti Sharma is the heartfelt story of a young couple, Dr Mishkat, a neuropsychologist, and Nasya, a successful actress. The two marry each other but unanimously prioritize their careers over staying together.
Andaman by Ratnadip Acharya captures the lives of political prisoners in the early 20th century. The book spans more than 100 years and runs parallelly between 1911 CE and 2004 CE.
Like the Radiant Sun by Anu Kay is a contemplative novel and thrilling on the ancient art, Marma Kala, that attempts to capture our approach towards living our lives.