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Lisa Hilton-IANS
Unromantic eroticism: Psychological thriller for the Tinder generation


The 42-year-old author was in India to promote her latest book "Domina", the second of the erotic trilogy published by Bloomsbury India.

17 Jun 2017

Tanuja Chandra
Tales from the rustic heartland

The author’s debut collection mirrors Uttar Pradesh’s evocative earthiness, religiosity, sugar, cattle and the GangaMy mother once told me about a long-ago female relative who was so obsessed with her

10 Jun 2017

Confessions of a neurotic

Older Eileen takes the reader to her younger days, when she was in a small New England town

10 Jun 2017

Through a glass darkly

The novel is about unhappiness and recurring deaths, unfulfilled dreams and lonely journeys

10 Jun 2017

Book shelf

184 Meera, a fledgling writer who is in search of a story that can touch millions of lives. Vivaan, assistant branch manager at Citibank, who dreams of…

07 Jun 2017

Where to look for hacks and muses

We list out a few highly-recommended books for skilled and amateur gardeners. Pick up your trowel and get digging.

07 Jun 2017

Sita is my warrior hero: Amish Tripathi

Amish Tripathi is launching his new book Sita-Warrior of Mithila
 

06 Jun 2017

Questioning ‘efforts to connect myth with history’

A ICHR fellow has come out with a book questioning the Kerala Council for Historical Research’s (KCHR) alleged efforts to present a distorted picture of the findings in the Pattanam excavations.

05 Jun 2017

Savi Sharma
Portrait of a writer’s mind

Savi Sharma talks about her second novel, and how she topped the charts by self-promotion techniques and unique marketing skills

03 Jun 2017

Ghosts of stories past

With every narrative set in the country, the book alternates each tale with a diary section

03 Jun 2017

Michael Madhusudan Dutt
Stage goddesses of a bygone era

The book takes you on a roller-coaster ride in the forgotten lanes of regional drama and theatre

03 Jun 2017

Song of the Dervish
Mystical ways of Islam

The book 'Song of the Dervish' focuses on the lives and teachings of Nizamuddin Auliya and Amir Khusro.

27 May 2017

Don’t be a bore or look down upon readers

Here’s a really boring paragraph about Richard Feynman.

27 May 2017

Netaji with German officers.
Secret files of a secret agent

The Indian Spy- An impressive account of the man who smuggled Netaji out of India under the nose of the British.

27 May 2017

Love’s wicked desires

A love triangle ends in death, and a crazy cop leaves no stone unturned to solve the mystery

20 May 2017

Anuradha|K Shijith
In Vasco’s shadow

Weaving fiction with history can give a work a certain credibility and the author banks on it and benefits from it in this narrative

20 May 2017

Twisted mystery with a sting

The story flows slow, each character is true to itself, until the big reveal towards the end

20 May 2017

Delving deep into corruption

Vinayan Janardhanan’s ‘Ethics & Corruption - An Introduction’ seeks to aid the teaching community to find the apt material for the right inputs in the all-important topics of ‘ethics and corruption’.

20 May 2017

Book shelf

  304 Thomas Wentworth Higginson once said “I think that, if required on pain of death to name instantly the most perfect thing in the universe,…

17 May 2017

Author Sheela Reddy
Beyond borders

While writing the book ‘Mr. and Mrs. Jinnah – The marriage that shook India’ author Sheela Reddy stumbled upon interesting margin notes in the books owned by the couple.

16 May 2017

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National Book Trust promoting books in Braille, digital format

The National Book Trust has begun the process for publishing books for visually impaired readers in Braille and in the digital format.

15 May 2017

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