While reading one brilliantly crafted tale of deceit, horror, and crime Samarpita Mukherjee Sharma decided to make a list of ten women authors who have written thrillers that every lover of this genre must-read.
Read an excerpt from the book Shakti by Rajorshi Chakraborti, which is an astute commentary on the status of women in India as well as our current political moment.
Author Subhashini Prasad’s Not Really Indian is a collection of ten short stories about women who have challenged stereotypes and have a unique relationship with India.
“I wondered what was it like to be a God’s beloved; what was it like to be a woman accorded the status of divinity yet understood poorly?” Author Tripti Sharan recalls her journey of writing Being Radha.
Author, producer and digital entrepreneur Twinkle Khanna speaks about work, reinvention, parenting the next generation of boys and more.
Read an excerpt from Shuma Raha’s The Swap, a sparkling social novel about sex, marriage and morality.
Each time you read Jane Austen’s books you discover new things you haven’t noticed before, subtleties and connections and they are inexhaustible.
Shaken by the experience of losing her best friend, Monica Bhide sat down to write her own obituary and realized that more than anything else she wanted to be known as a “writer who told stories of hope and inspiration.”
My Mother’s Lover and Other Stories by author Sumana Roy is a collection of fourteen stories about people who suffer from curious ailments.
I write because it is how I best convey who I am. I find I express myself better through writing than any other medium available to me.
Amruta Patil and Devdutt Pattanaik speak with SheThePeople.TV on how forests have a deep connection with women in mythology and why a book set in Vedic times will resonate with modern day readers.
Read an excerpt from Nobody’s Child by Kanchana Banerjee, a crime thriller that brings forth the dark side of lights, glitter and glamour.