Maroon in a Sky of Blue by Girish Dutt Shukla explores the intricacies of mental health and the following conflict between illusions and reality. Click here to read the full review.
The ONE invisible Code lays down the pathway to achieving remarkable success. It asks one to believe in one’s potential and then adopt an achiever’s mindset to fulfill their dreams
Ball Gowns to Yoga Pants by Dr. Shellie Hipsky is a wonderfully structured book tracing the path to becoming an entrepreneur. Check out the book review here.
The Blue Elephant by Rahul Das essentially talks about how India could make use of its soft power to garner global attention.
You’re Much Bigger Than My Dreams by Yazi Krishna is a contemporary love story that brings out the essence of commitment.
The Secret of the Old Willow Tree and Other Stories by Chrissie Ship is a collection of short stories focused on imagination and creativity.
In a conversation with Bookish Fame, Saudamini Mishra talked about her book, her writing, her thoughts on artistic process, and her future plans.
The Other Cheek by Jafe Danbury throws light on the existing but ignored aspect of domestic violence.
Shapes of Water by Abierto Reino is a well-crafted assortment of poems, musings, and short stories that explore the depths of humankind.
Olive Beans by Reeti Kalia is a lovely collection of beautiful short stories that center around a cafe owner, Maya, and the visitors of her happy place.
The Billionaire and the Monk by Vibhor Kumar Singh is a short self-help book that employs a fictional account to answer a crucial question - where to find happiness.
Learning to Let Go and Grow by Lisa Flannigan is a collection of 100 positive messages that intend to teach you the true meaning of self-help.
In the Throat of Poppy by Jasleen Saini is a collection of epigrams and poems that touch on several themes such as love, humanity, life, kindness, truth, lies, feminism, and more.
What is the Demand of Time? By Arijit Chakraborty is a self-help book that explores the different faces of demand in our lives.