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उस शुक्रवार की रात मेरे ट्विटर फीड में कन्हैया कुमार ही छाए हुए थे – वो हर कहीं थे और ज़मानत पर रिहा होने के बाद जो रोमांचक...

  We’re thrilled to announce that we will be publishing Kanhaiya Kumar’s memoir From Bihar to Tihar which will tell  the story of Kanhaiya’s incredible journey from a village school, his deepening involvement in student politics, his controversial arrest on charges of sedition and its aftermath. Hailing from a...

Juggernaut author Vajra Chandrasekera chooses his best SFF books in recent years.

  We asked Hitesha Deshpande, author of the upcoming epic fantasy Crucibles of Sin and an entrepreneur, how she manages to juggle writing and a full-time job, whether her qualification as a criminologist affects her writing and where she finds inspiration. When and where do you write? I usually write on a vacation....

No other gem has captured imaginations as the Koh-i-noor, the ‘mountain of light’, and it continues to make news even now, with the Supreme Court of India asking the government what its plans were, after a plea was entered to bring back the diamond from the UK, where it currently is. As with many other historical...

  We asked Vandana Shanker, the author of the upcoming romance Don’t Fall in Love and a full-time teacher, how she writes with a full-time job, and with distractions such as the internet. And of course, about where she finds the inspiration for her love stories: When and where do you write? When in a middle of a...

We asked Toffee, Author of Finding Juliet, to share his favourite love stories

Your messages are now secure on WhatsApp, a new web-editor encourages you to simplify your writing, and a new Kindle is on its way.

A novella written by a computer almost won a literary prize, a new publishing startup that predicts bestsellers, and JKR's rejection letters

You don't need to know anyone to get published, you do however need to wow us with your submission