The Midnight Scrawls by Fatema Pocketwala is a collection of poems presented in the monochromatic fashion.
In a candid conversation, Sreedhar talked about him becoming a writer, his corporate life, his writing, and his upcoming books.
Dark Blue Sea by Shruti Rathi is a collection of delightful poems which uses metaphors to express the discovery of the real self.
Letters are one of the ancient and most beautiful forms of communication. The Last Love Letter by Kulpreet Yadav is yet another manifestation of the timeless beauty of letters.
High School Queens (Book 1) is a fast-paced and riveting account of the typical American High-School Drama where the author explores the variety of issues teenagers face while growing up.
The Indian culture has been obsessed with the astrology and predictions pertaining to life and death based on the position of stars and celestial bodies. It is this astrology fanaticism which forms the spine of the book Sidereal Destiny.
Stuck between accepting our true self and trying to mold and fit into others' frames of expectations, we certainly spend our entire lives fidgeting with the two contrasting thoughts.
Author T. Sathish is an avid sports fan who writes columns regularly in a sports magazine. Here we bring to you a sneak peek into his life and views on books and reading.
Where Will Man Take Us? is an elaborate account of how mankind is impacted by the highly advanced automation. In the moment of expeditiously changing landscape, how far we'll go?
Rewind And Play is a lucidly written short book of recollecting the fun-filled days of college.
A flight from New Delhi to New York. Two strangers, seat 7A and seat 7B, who have nothing in common. Absolutely nothing. Can one meeting change everything forever?
A letter to all the girls reminding them to know when is the right time to take an exit. Don't stay in a toxic relationship just for the heck of it.
Red Card by Kautuk Srivastava brings out the beauty of being in an important phase of one's life i.e. Teenage.
The story is primarily about Narasimha's redemption. He is longing to make amends for his past deeds. He decides to right his wrong and move ahead in life peacefully. But would the path be smooth?
Devdutt Pattanaik is a famous name in the world of Indian authors. In these two books, he brings out the different theories behind Krishna and Ganesha.
Magic has been hiding at the edges of reality all along. And it would come out in open in The Children of Destruction.