Reading Indian children’s books introduces kids to the colourful diversity that India has to offer. Here is why Nirbhay makes it a point to do so.Read More
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Ana talks about how a beautifully written rejection letter boosted her confidence, improved her writing skills and made her a better writer.
In this feature, Aditya explores how Brandon Sanderson’s Three Laws of Magic provide a scaffolding to build full-fledged magic systems in fantasy novels.
Prasanna read all the books on the JCB Prize for Literature shortlist. Find out why she thinks Madhuri Vijay’s The Far Field deserved to win.
Children’s literature helps a reader give free rein to their imagination. In this essay, Varsha writes about reading children’s literature even as an adult.
How does a bibliophile choose a winner in the paperback Vs. hardcover debate? In this essay, Pulkit talks about why her loyalty lies with paperbacks.
Magical realism allows for fluidity while remaining grounded in reality. Here, Megha Rao writes about how her love for the genre influenced her novel.
Picking the right book for your child is never easy. Here we have 11 authors sharing their recommended reads when it comes to children’s books.
With bestselling books from the likes of Leigh Bardugo and Tomi Adeyemi, here are 11 YA fantasy novels to satisfy the nerd in you.
Here is a list of 7 magical realism novels by Indian authors like Salman Rushdie and Arundhati Roy, where myth and reality are blended seamlessly.
In November 2019, non-fiction books by Indian authors include memoirs, political books, biographies and other exciting new releases.
In November 2019, new fiction by Indian authors includes stories about Delhi and Kolkata, the newest Sam Wyndham book and lots of other great reads.
A collection of 7 Indian Bookstagrammers that add to the conversation and give readers great book reviews and recommendations.
John Green’s Looking For Alaska came out in 2005, and was adapted onscreen in 2019. Find out if the show matches the magic of the book.
Grammar can be tricky and confusing. If you are looking to improve yours, this piece tells you why Dreyer’s English is a must-read.
Leila is a 2017 novel written by Prayaag Akbar. In 2019 Netflix released a TV show of the same name. This article compares the two.