I am a bad writer, insists author Ashwin Sanghi. What I’m good at is story telling, says the author whose latest offering is The Vault of Vishnu.
Prolific author Ashwin Sanghi, during The New Indian Express webinar Timepass, went on to let on that "I've been working on two projects" in the midst of the COVID lockdown. More below.
There is something romantic about long train journeys.
Inspired from the extensive Indian history and civilisation, is a new book titled Sutradhar by debut author Ratul Chakraborty.
The narrative weaves together many disparate elements from an eventful life that covers London to Kashmir
At a time when the whole world is learning to tackle a pandemic that even as we speak has altered much of life as we know it, A Ballad of Remittent Fever resonates deeply with all of us.
While Emperor Akbar is the focus, there is also an insight into the personalities of some of the other leading courtiers of the Mughal era.
Bestselling author Diksha Basu has clearly written this book for an international readership as for someone who has lived in India, the sight of people sleeping on sidewalks is hardly rare.
Venkat, a scientist of Indian origin in the US, finds that NSA, his employer, has been systematically spying on the Indian who’s who.
Commissioning editor Ananya Borgohain says this is a "rather unsettling book which will make you stand still, flummoxed, trying to grasp how our society functions".
The Coronavirus: What you Need to Know about the Global Pandemic, that he co-authored with Dr Swapneil Parikh and clinical psychologist Maherra Desai.
The book comes at a time when Pakistani women are raising their voices to reclaim the public space through protests and marches.
The words pandemic, lockdown, and quarantine have become an integral part of our vocabulary, thanks to the coronavirus.
Delhi-based Bulbul Sharma has authored My Sainted Aunts, The Perfect Woman, Now that I am Fifty among others.
The Witcher series stormed the Polish fantasy scene before establishing its fandom across the globe.