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.