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.
As the year-long campaign draws to a close, Blogchatter’s Blogging With A Purpose #CauseAChatter 2020 has indeed been a fulfilling journey.
Combining myth and magical realism, a stark look at caste politics, social and economic hierarchies. Winner of the JCB Prize for Literature 2020.
Let’s be honest, travelling with allergies is not easy. But don’t let them hold you back from something you love. I share top tips for travelling with food allergies. Tips that I swear by.
Sabarna Roy is a much awarded, critically acclaimed bestselling author of 6 literary books. The author talks about his latest offering ‘Etchings of the First Quarter of 2020’.
A tale about female friendship with a generous dose of mystery. Girls and the City by Manreet Sodhi Someshwar is a fascinating read where women navigate misogyny with grit and tenacity.
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.
A tribute to all refugees, on both sides of the border. Heartbreaking stories of loss. Uplifting stories of hope. Stories that are an emotion.