Although reading is a wonderful activity, not everyone can afford to buy expensive titles. Here are 5 ways to read if you can't afford books.
The Midnight Scrawls by Fatema Pocketwala is a collection of poems presented in the monochromatic fashion.
Visions of a Summer Past by Avishek Gupta is a story that vacillates between the pre-independence times and modern India taking into account different characters and their narratives.
THINK DESIGN LIVE: How to Unblock Your Mind and Live Your Dreams by Pialee Mukherjee is a very well researched book that educates and informs in the right proportions.
Hope You Don't Get Famous by Vernajh Pinder is a collection of poetry and prose expressing the emotions of a dejected lover.
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.
Me, My Mother and her Cancer by Shekhar Narang is a heart-wrenching as well as an inspiring story of the author's mother who battles against her breast cancer and emerges victoriously.
The Camphor of Night by Samir Satam is a collection of hauntingly beautiful verses that stay with you even if you flip the pages.
In a candid conversation, author Pankaj Saini mentioned several aspects of reading and writing honestly. I hope you love reading it as much as I did.
The Myth: Prince Chandra and the Demon’s War by Dr. Piyush Kumar is a mythological fantasy fiction revolving around the life of Chandra whose concealed identity is revealed amidst a war.
The Weight of a Cherry Blossom is an autobiographical account of the author penning down her experiences of growing as an adult.
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.
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.
The Octopus Curse by Salma Farook is a tapestry of delightful poems that touches upon several themes of love, women, heartbreak, rape, etc softly and powerfully.