A few months ago, Charlie’s best friend was murdered by The Campus Killer. Now, she wants to leave the campus soon as possible, Charlie jumps when an opportunity presents itself in the form of this one guy, Josh Baxter. A stranger whom she meets by chance. But as Charlies begins her night-long ride with him, driving across hundreds of miles, her alarm bells start ringing.
In the remote village of Bhata, eons ago a prophecy was made. One that promised the birth of hell in Bhata. One that claimed that the hell would then spread from Bhata to the rest of the world. Many centuries went by and people forgot all about it. Until one day, the prophecy started to unravel the darkness that was promised to Bhata.
An expert in Capital Markets who is working as Associate General Manager for one of India’s top IT companies, Mr. Sumit Ghosal is a man with varied interests. His debut novel, a detective fiction, The Dead Don’t Talk, is a murder mystery set in the Kolkata of the seventies.
A project manager by the day and a poet and writer by the night, Nishant Gang is a man with many dreams and many talents. From working in one of India’s largest automobile companies to traveling to the remotest and most underrated destinations of India, Nishant Gang does it all.
Viraj and Jhanak plan to take a short weekend trip to the nearby town of Mansol in Himachal Pradesh. But something sinister lurks in the very villa that they have chosen for their getaway. Danger lurks around the corner and very soon their lives would never be the same.
Flowers in the Sunshine is a collection of 54 poems that all talk of different things and have varied themes. It is a collection that predominantly explores nature and its many wonders. Written lucidly, using rich and eloquent language, the poems are emotionally expressive.
Gayatri Chandrasekharan, an alumna of IIM, Lucknow, also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering. She has worked in corporate sales for more than 20 years and is currently a scholar of corporate governance. Gayatri is a certified Independent Director as recognized by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. She also serves on the board of directors of a payment security company.
Hasija, an Afghan woman who works for the American forces, lives in Kabul along with her husband Jamal, sister Rabia, and cook Hamid. Their humble yet perfect lives are destroyed when the Taliban gains control over Afghanistan and its capital Kabul after the US forces start to leave the country.
Laya is a cheerful teenager who loves hanging out with her friends and boyfriend.
Alas! her carefree days are cut short abruptly when she realizes the reason behind her recent bouts of nausea and sickness. She is pregnant. And now she’s also clueless about what to do.
Episodic poetry is a collection of 49 short poems and one thought, all of which are infused with much emotions and creativity. The poems in Episodic Poetry teach you a thing or two about life, love, legacy, dreams, aspirations, humility, and the world that we inhabit. They also make us aware of our own insignificant existence in the larger scheme of things.
Namrata Gupta, a graduate of the prestigious Hans Raj College of Delhi University and the Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Delhi, has not one but four Amazon bestsellers to her credit. Her books have garnered much hype over the years and are loved by readers all over India.
Nine months ago, Alia’s daughter Siya, was taken away from her grandparents’ home.
After no development for weeks on end, the police decided to file the case as cold and even the Aroras gave up hope. Except for one person. Her mother Alia had never stopped looking, and now she wants Keshav to take up the case.