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.
Can food be used as a weapon? A powerful tool that unites and divides. Explore a powerful meditation on food, community, hospitality, and generosity.
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.
A biography unlike any other. A painstakingly built up narrative based on original letters, university archives, and newspaper accounts.
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.
The compelling story of heroic women who, despite personal trauma, found grace in difficult times and transformed their personal adversity into pay-it-forward wins.
The comprehensive, compulsively readable guide to growing into our bodies. A celebration of our diverse, miraculous, beautiful bodies.