Wonder Women

When You Measure Progress By Everyday Personal Growth ~ An IT Professional & Independent Artist Shares Her Story

I try to compare my progress with how I was doing yesterday and how better I have become today.

Bookish Witch

Battle for Bittora by Anuja Chauhan

What I liked the most is how, the author with her own hilarious, fun way, manages to give the readers an insight into what it takes to fight an election in India.

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Wild Card by Asfiya Rahman

This book tells a story of sports which teaches us about things that go beyond the court.

Wonder Women

When You Believe That Happiness Starts From Self ~ A Google Program Manager & A Home Decor Blogger Shares Her Story

I think I am fortunate that I never had a day without a purpose.

Bookish Witch

Rakshabandhan by Nishtha Shrivastava

This book deals with the trauma of facing a sexual assault and having to live through it repeatedly,

Wonder Women

When You Learn To Trust Your Instincts & Learn Each Day ~ A Paper Quilling Artist Shares Her Story

Even though I knew what quilling was since 2008, I never took it seriously or attempted to roll a coil.

Bookish Witch

Unspoken: A Bouquet of Short Stories by Sadhana Wadhwa

Much like the title of the book, the stories are like a bouquet of a variety of genres.

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The Adventures of the JP Family: Humour Tidbits by Radhika Acharya

Read this one to enjoy and appreciate the funny moments of a typical middle class family from India.

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These Lines of Mehendi by Sumeetha Manikandan

A light hearted mix of emotions, this is a book with a simple story yet some strong messages about our society.