If you are a book lover and have been inundated by romance recommendations this Valentine’s week, read on as I share my picks of books that celebrate love but are not romances.
Literature is considered the best source to understand and combat social issues. Throughout history, radical authors have yielded a pen to fight injustice. To educate and to inspire. Follow me through the #CauseAChatter series as I bring to you some great book recommendations on a range of issues.
From fantasy fiction to non-fiction to literary fiction to women’s fiction, here is my list of 25 books I plan to read this year.
2020 has been a good reading year for me. I may not have read a lot of books. But it has been a year I read some excellent books. Although it was difficult to choose my favorite reads, I share my top 10 picks.
A compilation of five children’s books for families with food allergies. Books that not only help educate children but also comfort and reassure those with food allergies.
Balli Kaur Jaswal is one of my favorite authors and primarily writes fiction based on the Sikh diaspora. If you are looking to read about the “real” Sikhs, check out my favorite picks from her.
There is no other city quite like Mumbai. A city that is a character in itself. A compilation of books that capture the spirit of Mumbai.
Women are angry. Women are frustrated. And women are just about done. A compilation of books that are a rich exploration, eye-opening, and lucid.
A compilation of eight books that would shock you, move you, make you question humanity, and often leave you wondering if man is indeed the most dangerous animal.
I am quite a moody reader. My next pick depends on what piques my interest. Here is a list of books I enjoyed reading this year. They range from fiction to fantasy to short stories. And quite a few translated works.