Prasanna chose to read Anne Lamott’s Bird By Bird in an attempt to learn practical tips on writing fiction. Find out how effective the tips are.Read More
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Mills & Boons may be easy, breezy, and fun to read but should not be taken as representative of what love and romance are like in the real world.
This poem, about a woman remembering her lover in the small, every-day instances of life after he moves to Guangzhou, is bound to touch the romantic in you.
In this story, as a young couple’s love story unfolds, you will also fall in love with them. But as their story takes an unexpected turn, you will learn to value and understand the power of love.
The evolution of Black Panther from 1966 to present day, how it became a symbol of afrofuturism, and what makes it so special.
After reading Steven Pressfield’s The War Of Art, Prasanna learned what’s been stopping her from writing. Find out what it is and how you too can beat it.
This story of a young poor boy ‘befriending’ a rich boy will give you a chuckle while making you wonder if you too are guilty of prematurely judging someone.
This is a list of 10 path-breaking books by women authors- they either started or impacted the conversation on topics such as feminism, sex, racism and mental health.
These 9 novels represent LGBTQ romance as well as show the trials and tribulations that many members of the community face simply for falling in love.
Written by Sri Lankan authors, these books will show you Sri Lanka before and after the civil war, and the Sri Lanka of the 1930s and that of the present.
This article compares the movie and book versions of The Accidental Prime Minister and details how the movie is being used as a tool of propaganda by the government.
Crazy Rich Asians is a 2013 novel written by Kevin Kwan. In 2018, the movie based on the book was released. This article compares the two.
In this piece, Deya looks at a very pertinent book on women’s rights in India, Seeing Like A Feminist, and talks about why independent India needs feminism.