Hallowed Ties by Sudatta Mukherjee is a coming-of-age story of Lily who grows up with dreams in her eyes. She loves Calcutta but believes that her escape from patriarchal norms would only be to seek education. She moves to London and then life further takes her around Cambridge and Melbourne.
The Mount of Olives by Michael Ivanov is an inspiring story of Felix, the Roman boy, who despite all opposition, yearns to gain a worldly treasure. His journey leads him to riches far different—and far more satisfying—than he ever imagined.
Leaving Phoenix kickstarts with a punch as Rose, a twenty-something visits the maternity centre for the abortion. She goes through the procedure anticipating delivering a dead baby. But a miracle occurs magically that compels Rose to run away from the evil 'bad guy' and protect herself.
The Mad'eiloscope by Charu (pen name) is a dark and heavy hanging tale of Raj who suffers from the punitive attitude of the society toward those who lose their social power position. Raj bumps into a woman, Manorama, and together, they try to travel in the darker alleys of Raj's life and mind.
Soft Glimmers & Shining Stars by Niki Munshi is like a soft hug on a rough day. It is a beacon of hope on dark alleys. It shows hope and love. But most of all, it says in fewer words, everything that would comfort one on a bleak day.
The Flu by Dr Amrita Narang is a true account of a doctor who had to strike a balance between her responsibilities as a daughter and a doctor. The story essentially spans the dreaded days of the second wave in India that had many people looking for hospital beds and oxygen cylinders.
On a Voyage with the Greats by Satyendra Singh is a collection of three notable journeys undertaken by Swami Vivekananda, Mahatma Gandhi, and Subhash Chandra Bose. The three pillars of modern Indian history that contributed significantly in the pre-Independence days and led by example.
I Hear the Black Raven by Claire Ishi Ayetoro is a memoir that traces tough years of growing up and the lessons learnt. In this 'petite memoir,' Claire lays bare the significant events of her life, the ones that witnessed her pain and fall.
Yugantar by Raghavan Srinivasan is focused on the idea of Bharatvarsha, woven around the second urbanisation in the Gangetic Plains, invasion of Sikandar, fall of the Magadhan Empire, the Sangam period of the South, and writing of the Arthashastra.
The Man Who Learnt to Fly But Could Not Land, written originally in Malayalam by Thachom Poyil Rajeevan and translated into English by P.J. Mathew, is essentially a poignant account of a writer and activist, KTN Kottoor, hailing from the Malabar region in pre-Independence years.
Barefoot Souls is a collection of short stories curated by Randeep Dhillon Mand. Mand is involved in her venture, The Fable Garden, where she revives the enthusiasm of young minds to tell stories. This book comprises wonderful stories written by the champs of age group 8-14.
'You'll always be my favourite what if' by author Tshree is a contemporary romance novel set around Avyansh and Amisha who have drifted apart due to bitter encounter
A Slice of Life by Smita Das Jain is a collection of short stories peppered with raw emotions and simplicity integral to each one of them. Stories that are woven meticulously for them to intrigue their readers in as many ways as possible.
Where Else You Would Find Me by Melvin Gideon is a collection of 20 poems written in free verse that peak for a writer's mind.
राष्ट्रवाद - अंत मानवता का पांच भागों में विभाजित है. हर भाग राजनीति के शास्त्र में सुधार की मांग करता है. हर भाग देश के पतन पर रौशनी डालते हुए सत्ता में बैठे लोगों से सवाल करता है.
The Orange by Eric C. Goose is my second book by the author who expresses an important social subject with graphics and poetry.