I did this interesting tag on Bookstagram a few days ago. #namecore essentially means talking about your core. So here is a little something I scribbled. Do give it a read
Embracing God by Chris Tham is an attempt to teach its readers how they are connected to the Almighty in the spiritual realm.
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.
Love like Love by Kingshuk Sen is a collection of short-form poetry revolving around the beautiful emotion of love. Using basic writing style and simple expressions, Sen attempts to initiate discussion around something as basic as love.
Hamartia by Sharanya Singh is a collection of 20 poems that speak of tragedy, loss, numbing pain, and hope. Listless thoughts cloud this collection as we traverse through one poem after the other.
Love Unlove by Isha Snehal is a collection of poems that speak of one of the most celebrated emotions - love. The poems more or less gave a brief idea of different facets of love, heartbreak, world, pain, and healing.
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.
One Fine Day by Sameer Bhide is a heartfelt memoir of the author who survived a fatal stroke. Even though this didn't take his life but his life changed, in a quick fashion, to leave him with two choices.
The Dawn of Life by Laure Arbogast is a contemporary romance fiction set around the lives of Alex and Alex. Well, as quirky as it may sound, the book has many Alexes and two of them happen to be our protagonists.
A Rogue's Love Diary by Krish Gangadharan is a love story set in the '90s that reach its happy ending almost 20 years later. Do check out the full review here.
Broken & Wild by E.R. King is a collection of poems on love, longing, heartbreak, and a stunning evolution. The poems showcase the maddening love and the unbridled passion that comes to an end following a betrayal.
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.
The Midnight Man (The Wiccan Chronicles Book 2) by D. A. Barney is a book about vampires, werewolves, demons, and malafecs.
Seven Broken Souls by Bull Durham is the story of tormented childhood by the abusive parents leading up to the making of a broken human.
Together We Were (W)hole by Namrata Gupta is a thrilling tale of love, deceit, and revenge that follows a strong-headed girl, Sanaya, and her lover, Siddharth.
Manu by Darshan Desale is a fictional account of a lesser-known character in Hindu mythology. Its protagonist Manu is usually found biding his time reading mythology.