We Are Bookers. We Eat Sleep and Live With Books.

5AM club & more: Author special- Robin Sharma

By Anuradha Punyani We, the younger generation, are constantly eager to learn new things and take advantage of chances that present themselves, but do we know how to make the most of them? The path to success must be properly paved in order to hold the footsteps of our forefathers and mothers together! But do […]

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Writing tips for upcoming authors

By Anuradha Punyani Who doesn’t admire the Pulitzer Prize winners, #1 New York Times bestselling authors, brilliant novelists, smart journalists, and professional communicators? The most common question that arises in everybody’s minds: do you have any advice for aspiring writers? Since every successful writer has his own theory, his own way of working, knowing whom […]

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Agatha Christie: the queen of suspense and thrillers

By Navya D. “Ah! Madame, I reserve the explanations for the last chapter.” – Agatha Christie, Evil Under the Sun. Agatha Christie has often been criticized for not showcasing the after effects of murders since most of her novels revolve around suspense thrillers and murders. But, human dynamic has been the subject of interest of […]

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Vampires And Superhero

By Shivika Nanda We live in a world where we are always surrounded by different fictional characters that connect us to a world we can only imagine in our wildest dreams. Our minds know that these words are not real but we still choose to believe in and connect to the characters that exist in […]

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9 dream places to read a book

By Navya D. “Reading takes us away from home but most importantly it finds homes for us everywhere” – From “Why I read” by Wendy Lesser. A person in possession of a good book forages for a comfortable and peaceful place so that no one comes in between them and their reading space. Books indeed […]

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Sex and Romance in Literature and in Life

By Nital Jain Romance and sexual fantasies in a novel are supposed to connect you to a narrative outside of your real life. Sex and romance are not necessary elements to build characters in a novel but also to connect readers to the story. The view of sex has changed completely over the years from […]

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Has the creative writer inside you been asleep all this while? Well, don’t worry because we’re here to help you wake it up.

By Bhavika Wahi Every day humans experience something interesting, something new and something they’ve never seen before. We learn new words, engage in different activities and experience various events which become ideas for new stories that we cook up every now and then. Creative writing is developed from observing and experiencing every facet of our […]

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Exploring book genres- so you think you know them all?

By Anuradha Punyani In order to discover the ideal home for their own book, readers must have a good grasp of all of the many book genres. During the writing & reading process, the tropes and expectations of a book’s genre will impact its content and style, as well as fundamentals like word quantity. However, […]

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The long list of booker prize 2021

By Navya The 66-year old Japanese born British author, Sir Kazuo Ishiguro, won his second Booker prize after over 3 decades. He made it in the list back in 1989. He was awarded with $69,000 for his eighth novel, Klara and The Sun, in which a solar-powered android speaks about love and humanity. Kazuo Ishiguro […]

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