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BY Vani IN For Writers

What Makes an Indian Bestseller? Secrets Beyond Chetan Bhagat & Co (Vani via Quint)

I had only been four months into the launch of my first novel, The Recession Groom, when my aunt said to me: “Ah, you must have...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë This book is a treasure!

Emily Bronte’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ is painfully sad and exciting. It is not merely a tale of wild, vindictive love, but more than that, it depicts a...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison My rating: 4/5

Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon is an interesting read in magical realism. Through its protagonist, Macon Dead III aka Milkman, and three generations of the Dead...

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BY Vani IN Guest post

Will Indian fantasy writers ever look beyond the religious epics? (Vani via Scroll.in)

In India, an ever-growing group of writers is in perpetual search of the bestselling template. And yet, when it comes to fantasy, none of them appears...

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BY Vani IN Book Reviews

The Return of the King (The Lord of the Rings, #3) by J.R.R. Tolkien (One of my favourites!)

‘The Return of the King’ is terribly engrossing. You can’t sleep. Can’t eat. Can’t do much of anything else, until you have finished the last of...

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