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The Myth: Prince Chandra and the Demon’s War by Dr. Piyush K...

The Myth: Prince Chandra and the Demon’s War by Dr. Piyush Kumar is a mythological fantasy fiction revolving around the life of Chandra whose conceale...


Earth to Centauri: Black Hole Oblivion: One Ship. One Crew....

Earth to Centauri: Black Hole Oblivion by Kumar L is a book that takes you in and around and through the black hole in the far space.


Interview with a Book Blogger | Khyati Gautam | Bookish Fame...

Read an amazing book blogger interview of Khyati Gautam also known as bookish fame only on books charming managed by Aakanksha Jain.


All Lies, says Krishna – Book Review – Bookish Fame

All Lies, Says Krishna by J. Rajasekharan Nair is a fresh take on Mahabharata retelling the deep-rooted myths and then busting them with new perspecti...


Interview of Alex Dipego – Author of When Elephants Fly – Bo...

Born in Orlando and raised in Chicago, Alex has been writing since he was 14. His love for history started young and thus, began the journey of a fant...


When Elephants Fly (The Fabled Elephants series Book 1) by A...

When Elephants Fly by Alex Dipego is the first book of the fabled elephant series that has a blend of fantasy, mystery, and some dragon stuff.


Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun by Kamalini Natesan – Book Re...

Naked Beneath the Midnight Sun is a contemporary fiction novel set in India and Norway. The protagonist Suchareeta a.k.a. Suchu gets an opportunity to...


Japan made easy by Sandeep Goyal – Book Review – Bookish Fam...

In 'Japan made easy' Sandeep Goyal goes on to explore japan through 101 keywords which aptly describe it. 


7 Untold Secrets of Living Abroad by Karan Agrawal – Book Re...

'7 untold secrets of living abroad' by Karan Agrawal includes stories and secrets of real people, of 34 NRIs, in each of the twelve countrie...


Everyday People: Tales of people you know by Salini Vineeth...

Everyday People is a short story collection (of 8 stories) that effectively encapsulates the people we know, their lives which seem like ours, their m...


Indistractable by Nir Eyal – Book Review – Bookish Fame

In his book Indistractable, Nir explains the distractions surrounding us, how they take roots deep beneath technology or smartphone, for that matter,...


To Die in Benares by K. Madavane – Book Review – Bookish Fam...

With the hauntingly beautiful narrative, To Die in Benares by K. Madavane is the book one must read to explore the mortality, immortality, fatality, a...