A Story Between the Lines by Santhosh Sivaraj is an innocent love story of Adi and Nila that manages to deliver a powerful message awakening our sleeping conscience.
You beneath your skin by Damyanti Biswas is a brilliant story about the varied issues, related to family and society, interlaced together coming into full thronged action with a power-packed narrative.
How to Be a Likeable Bigot by Naomi Datta has the characteristic tongue in cheek language and oodles of sharp wit sarcasm dripping on each page which would immensely entertain you.
The Grandmaster & Other Short Stories by Chinmaya Desai is a collection of 17 short stories that contain an element of quirk and twist to blow your minds with their unpredictable endings.
A Useful Death by Sriram Chellapilla is a sharp narrative on the filth of the movie industry and how it gets murkier as it entangles with power, lust, and politics.
iKṛṣhṇa by Anand Kadakol is an in-depth and elaborative study of Lord Krishna in his own words.
A Safari in the Equity World by Ritesh Dhoot is a surprisingly engaging read that resolves our doubts pertaining to investment in a light-hearted manner.
Earth to Centauri: Black Hole Oblivion by Kumar L is a book that takes you in and around and through the black hole in the far space.
The Weight of a Cherry Blossom is an autobiographical account of the author penning down her experiences of growing as an adult.
Shhh! Don't Talk About Mental Health by Arjun Gupta is a book that traces the history of mental health in our society, puts forth the myths surrounding it, then goes on to give explanations to properly bust them.
Beyond our Melancholy is a beautiful title that holds together a simple love story of two souls captivated in their guilt and grief and liberated by their love.
All Lies, Says Krishna by J. Rajasekharan Nair is a fresh take on Mahabharata retelling the deep-rooted myths and then busting them with new perspectives.
Wake Up Oh! Indian Wake Up Please by Suprio Ghosh is a collection of 40 poems that digress from our usual subjects of contemporary poetry of life, love, etc and instead, concentrate on the ground reality of our nation.
Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun is a contemporary fiction novel set in India and Norway. The protagonist Suchareeta a.k.a. Suchu gets an opportunity to escape her Indian household and move to Norway.
7 Untold Secrets of Living Abroad by Karan Agrawal includes stories and secrets of real people, of 34 NRIs, in each of the twelve countries covered herewith.
My Failed Boss by Sruthi Kitcha is an engaging account of a man named Arjun that resembles all of us in some or the other way in the professional landscape.