The Vow by I S Lahiri is a contemporary fiction set around a visionary who attempts to bring together cricket teams of two nations to alter their destinies.
Murdrum by Dr Sohil Makwana is a dark mystery thriller set around decapitated heads and a sexual sadist killer. It is a story that leaves you shaken with nasty details
Diary of a Contemporary Woman by Lucy Pussett, as the name suggests, is a diary of a young woman who is on her way to find herself and become one with it.
Elephant Hued by Krishnan S is a delightful story that follows our protagonist, who is looking for their Kuttan. Their companion is no longer around them and they look for them with bated breath and heaviness in the chest.
Small Dialogues, Big Talks by a young author Rosh Nayy is a compilation of 31 short stories containing a wide array of flavours.
The Ladies Compartment by Parminder Kaur Sharma is a doting collection of five short stories that revolve around women. Reda the full book review here.
Trust U by Jake Staheli comprises his poetry, prose, and his art as he talks about the fundamental concepts of expectations, boundaries, expression, hard work, love, failure, change, etc.
Anindita Das presents us What the Pandemic Learned from Me. Comprising 18 open letters that cover a variety of relatable themes, this book would prove to be an ideal companion with a mug of your favourite beverage.
WHOLE by Pamela Puja Kirpalani is a wholesome guide on living a better life by understanding different aspects that would lead us towards the same.
Hale: The Rise of the Griffins by JK Noble is fantasy fiction set around four nations, diverse cultures, and a multitude of characters.
Poems for a Cause by Vijaya Srivastava is a collection of musings, poetic and non-poetic, coming from different contributors. These contributors have dedicated their piece to self and others in their lives.
In a candid conversation with Bookish Fame, Neil David Chan talked about his book, his writing, his thoughts on being an author, and his future plans.
1232 km by Vinod Kapri is a jolting account of seven poor labourers who were compelled to move to their hometowns amid growing fear of the fatal virus.
Teen to World by the young author Arpit Bhatnagar is a self-help guide on living life and learning along the way.
The Bully Named Saul by Eric Goose is a rhythmic narration of the bully and the bullied. The poem follows Saul who thrashes people around him.
How I Quit Google to Sell Samosas by Munaf Kapadia is an interesting and motivating tale of a man who left behind a secured future to venture into a land of uncertainties.