Douglas Misquita's latest book, Trigger Point, is the third in the ‘Luc Fortesque’ series. It follows Luc as he's hunted by the world’s oldest espionage agency. Check out the full review of the book on blog.
Extra Ordinary by Sailee Tiwari emphasizes vivid thoughts, feelings, and life experiences with which a reader can relate, and which instigate many questions in mind.
In a conversation with Bookish Fame, Isha Snehal talks about her book, her writing, her thoughts on being an author, and her future plans. Have a look here.
Dhi's Oracle of Divine Epiphanies by Saudamini Mishra is a beautiful collection of musings and epiphanies covering all spheres of life. It is a book meant to hold your hand and walk you through the varied experiences of life.
When the Wildflowers Bloom by Rupa Bhullar is an interesting tale of Tara who has been pushed to the brink of surviving her marriage. After an unfortunate event, which possibly looks like the last nail in the coffin, she decides to step out of her 17 years of marriage.
Ruins by Suvrahadip Ghosh is a collection of 30 poems, essentially on love, loss, death, heartbreak, and living life despite everything.
Mann ke Bol by Vibhor Mathur is an eclectic collection of 33 poems spread across a variety of themes including politics, society, human relationships, and life. Read the full review here.
Softening the Edge by Mimi Nicklin is a defining guide on how empathy is needed more than ever in the empathy deficit world.
Chess in Art by Peter Herel Raabenstein is a collection of paintings by more than 700 artists. Check out more about this art book here.
Paropakarita ki Parakaashtha by Priyanka Jayaswal is a contemporary fiction set around Maghav who is well known to help others around him. But to what extent is this justified?
The Billionaire and the Monk by Vibhor Kumar Singh is a short self-help book that employs a fictional account to answer a crucial question - where to find happiness.
Queen of Earth by Devika Rangachari is a historical fiction set around the ninth-century queen of Odisha, Prithvimahadevi.
In a conversation with Bookish Fame, Manishi Gupta has a lot to talk about her book, her writing, her thoughts on artistic process, and her future plans.
In a conversation with Bookish Fame, Dr. Allen Lycka talked about his book, his writing journey, and what to expect next. Read on!
Bookish Fame had the pleasure of chatting with Supriya Saraswati, where she took us on a walk through her book and views. Read here.
In a chat with Bookish Fame, Juan Kaius aka Akul Sharma talked about his book, his views on writing, and more!