Olive Beans by Reeti Kalia is a lovely collection of beautiful short stories that center around a cafe owner, Maya, and the visitors of her happy place.
Datapocalypse by Christopher Keast is a mindblowing tale of popular sites disappearing from the face of the earth.
'Diondray's Discovery' by Marion Hill is a story of truth, the truth that fights to come out, of an unrelenting desire to stand with the truth, come what may.
What Goes into a Butterfly? by Sunil Rajagopal is a refreshing collection of some lovely poems that span a variety of unique themes.
Rescue by Shreejit Nair delves into how innocent children are taken advantage of and pushed in the downward spiral of crime.
Home Quarantined by Shradhha Rane is a personal account of the author's experiences during the dreaded quarantine.
In a candid interview with Bookish Fame, Joyeeta Chandra talked about her book, her journey as a writer, women empowerment, and gave some tips for the budding writers too. Read on!
Faith and the Beloved by Kochery C. Shibu is a thriller that focuses on parallel plotlines loaded with violence, violation, rape, love, and betrayal.
Sunshine Town by Maniissh Aroraa is a contemporary fiction set in the beautiful city of Varanasi. The book sends out a positive message - to work hard and keep hustling until you achieve your goal. Don't give up easily.
Ashes and Doves by Sawan Winchester is a story of Yash who grows up in a toxic environment, with a web of lies, and wishes to change the world - be a writer.
Echoes of my Clan by Rocio Vargas Herrera is historical fiction that throws light on the culture of gypsies, Gitanos.
13 Worlds by J. J. Hair is a delightful adventure that dwells into the mystery and realm of the universe.
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Am I On The Spectrum? by Danielle Hampson is a wonderful account of autism and Asperger syndrome. Check out its author's interview here.