The Drop and the Glop by Sanjiv Saran is a story of parallel timelines set against the India-Pakistan war in 1965 and the liberation of Bangladesh in 1971.
Reboot: How to Manage Career Breaks and Return with Greater Success by Issac John is a reader-friendly guide on how one can make a comeback after taking a sabbatical (a career break).
The City of Pillars by Bhavini Desai is a contemporary romance fiction set in the backdrop of Kashmir, elections, conspiracy, and love. It is a detailed account of a brewing love story of strong-headed Atharva and aspirational Iram.
Journey into the Shadow and the Sunshine by Annabel Harz is a wonderfully crafted book of poems and illustrations steeped in myriad emotions and artistic expressions.
The New Age Organisation by Dr Aravind Chinchure is a well-written guide on a breakthrough framework for growth and success in the industrial age 4.0.
Ichibun by Kosuke Sendo is a compilation of 49 short stories depicting the secrets of Japanese precision. With the aid of the aviation industry, the book attempts to teach readers how to make better life decisions.
Behram's Boat by Adi Pocha is a delightful tale of an old cranky man who is out on a mission to build a boat to save his people.
The Scenic Verse by Manali Thakker is a collection of charming poems written on varied themes, including nature, friendship, beauty, and companionship.
Rippling Waters of Solitude by Ameya Bondre is a collection of twenty-six odd instances, memories, musings and moments fallen on the pages, as poems.
Home Run by Aneeta Sharma is a quintessential tale of four characters who are in search of a place that could feel like home.
Bonded by Darkness is a well-written book that encapsulates the themes of friendships and love. It has flawed characters, their dark pasts, and how they reconcile with them.
In His Wake by Kris Gade is a story of pain, revenge, and retribution. The story has multiple layers, each one rendering a new dimension to the narrative.
Find me a Rainbow by Satyakam Sengupta is a delightful collection of poems spread across a variety of themes to engage a reader.
Songs to her Lover is a collection of poems written from a woman's point of view to her lover. The basic premise goes like on one fine day in Bombay, two people get talking to each other on a dating site.
Three Seasons of Love by Kartik Iyer is a collection of micro poems that cover the themes of fondness and intimacy. Divided into three areas - pursuance, courtship, and longing - this book consists of brief confessions of a person to their beloved.
The Last Ritual: Dawn of Darkness by Sadath Ali is a dark novel on the rise of sinister powers and doomsday. It is a story of pure love, unadulterated friendship, netherworld, evil powers, and triumph of good over bad.