Whenever we think of true crime, we think of books or web series, or even movies. But we never do think of people and events from a personal angle. But what when that true crime becomes your own story to tell? This is what happened with Anuj Tikku when the tragic and ghastly murder of his father Arun Kumar Tikku took place on the night of 7th April 2012.
Expect a medium-length slow paced read that traverses the journey of the author’s life. Expect a book that offers some deep insights into the practicalities and realities of everyday life. Expect a book that will inspire you to be a better version of yourself. In the author’s trials and tribulations, success, and joys, you will find a striking resemblance to your own life.
Divided into ten chapters, How to Write a Book In 8 Days explains the process of writing a book, right from the most basic level to the most advanced form. The book also goes on to mention the tough world of publishing and lists out in-detail steps on how to find a good publisher, a short but effective analysis of self-publishing, and other critical and hidden aspects of publishing in detail.
In a world that is constantly changing at an ever-increasing pace, it is imperative that we change and this need for growth-oriented change cannot be better explained than through the author’s own words,
“Sometimes we are stuck in a rut, not being able to evolve to the next state despite commitment, intention, and lots of hard work. We perhaps do not yet have the awareness, capacity, or the skill set to move to the next level.”
Meticulously written with old takes on an otherwise contentious topic like war, written to highlight the multi-dimensional implications of its central topic, The Art of War is an ancient Chinese text which is better termed a treatise written by Sun Tzu, who was a 6th-century warrior philosopher. Terse, crisp, and epigrammatic, the teachings of this text remain utterly significant, relatable, and relevant to modern-day readers.
Julia Boorstin, the author of When Women Lead, has herself worked in a highly power-imbalanced environment as a reporter at CNBC. For this book, she interviewed various women in business about the discrimination they faced and how their leadership changed things. Workplace discrimination is not limited to the boardroom alone; it is in fact the reflection of the pervading gender norms in the world.
With its novel concept, simple writing, motivating and deeply reflective content, Live Before You Die is a must-read recommendation for every reader who is willing to grow and motivate himself. It is meant for every one who is on a quest for self-discovery and self-betterment.
In the book, How To Become Rich, the author Devdutt Pattanaik, has written about twelve indispensable lessons that he has learned from Vedic and Puranic stories. This book is for everyone who is always curious to know about wealth and how to earn it. These lessons must be taught to children so that the world becomes more aware of the right ways to become wealthy.
A Woman’s Journey Through India is written from the point of view of a person who doesn’t live in India. Expect a book that chronicles the author’s adventures as a solo female traveller in India. Expect a book that also acts as a guide to such travelling in India.
Every individual in this world has some problems, and many times the answers or solutions to these problems are known to the person. Still, everyone keeps searching for the answers outside. This aspect of our lives becomes the theme of the book.
This book, written by one of India’s most popular mythologists Devdutt Pattnaik has an interesting title, ‘My Gita’. One look at the title and you know that the book would be philosophical and full of wisdom. And as you read it, this becomes more evident than ever but more than that, the book has a very practical approach to life and living. It teaches how one can have a balance in their life by using the lessons it imparts.
10 secrets to getting it all done – the subtitle says it all. With just over 37 pages, the book teaches so much about self-improvement, growth, and productivity in so little time. Written by Aseem Puri, a digital performance marketing expert, the book is ideal for non-readers and beginners.