“What you will get is her saga of how it all began for her, how she dazzled audiences down south both as a child star and leading lady. Besides the performer, you also get glimpses of the person behind it.” – Satyarth Nayak
Sudha Murthy told Big B that she chose to become an engineer in 1968 and her family members were not supportive of her choice. They believed that nobody would marry her in the community if she pursued engineering.
Read a chilling and engaging excerpt from author Damyanti Biswas’ new psychological thriller You Beneath Your Skin.
“It’s really important for women authors to promote their work, to be proud of it. Because if you’re not proud of your work, if you don’t speak up for your work, no one else will,” says author Preeti Shenoy.
Read this engaging excerpt from the book, Tiger Hunting Stories: Lessons on the Art of the Possible by K. Pradeep Chandra.
I write to make you laugh, or squirm, to hit too close to a nerve. And to talk about it (preferably in a 5-star review on Amazon.in). My competition is that mosquito – to get under your skin.
Read an excerpt from the book NEW KINGS OF THE WORLD: The Rise and Rise of Eastern Pop Culture by Fatima Bhutto.
Born on 12 October in 1864, she joined Bethune school in 1883. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Sanskrit language in 1886 from Bethune College of the University of Calcutta and also started teaching in the same college.
We think in tweets, capture memories for the ‘gram and experience on Netflix. While life is really really easy in terms of accessing entertainment and information, this is affecting our attention span and creative output.
Why did I write Flutter in the Colony? The short answer is that I had to. There was a time in my 30s when I felt an irrepressible urge to understand my past.
“Writing allows me to put down my thoughts and share my observations, travel resources and experiences,” writes author Priya Fonseca.
Read an excerpt from S.B. Divya’s book Contingency Plans for the Apocalypse which treads the line between the present and the future.