Retrospective Wellness Series: Your Guide To A Long & Healthy Life by Sripremraj Sinnaiah is a well carved out book on healthy living.
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a book beyond its time, depicting worsening mental health in an excellent manner.
Believe the Make-Believe by Aditya Choudhary is a poetry book with brute voice, blunt expression, and honest opinions.
The Purgatory of Half Forgotten Riddles is a book that stays tucked in the strings of your heart, long after you have read it.
Today is a Little Too Precious by Shruthi Sharma is a poetry collection that rhythmically tells a story, a story of a girl.
Finding Success Within by Vivek Atray is a self-help guide to direct you towards achieving success in all aspects of your life.
Aagaz by Basaba Dutta is a collection of Hindi poems reflecting upon life and love. The primary voice in the poems is calling out for his beloved.
Rescue by Shreejit Nair delves into how innocent children are taken advantage of and pushed in the downward spiral of crime.
Secrets of the Seers by Tina Sadhwani is a fictional account of a seemingly true story. It is about an ordinary monk, Suka, who eventually becomes the chosen initiate.
Mangoes in the Rain by Chinaemelum Menakaya is a heartfelt memoir that chronicles the author's adolescence in a toxic environment.
Where is your Strength? by Lawunmi A Nwaiwu is a self-help book that reads more like an inspirational tale than a preachy guide.
13 Worlds by J. J. Hair is a delightful adventure that dwells into the mystery and realm of the universe.
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Afsaane by Ameya Bondre is a delightful collection of 11 short stories that would tug at your heart leaving it a little warm, a little shaken.