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I Wish I Could Tell Her
Reading, I Wish I Could Tell Her, Opened My Eyes To Colourism

Vasu is dark-complexioned but by that, it doesn’t mean, his life would be less complex; however, it came as a surprise on the author’s part as he himself has lighter-skin!

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What’s In A Name — She is Keeping Her Maiden Name After Marriage
Maiden Name

Her maiden name was her identity. It gave her a sense of belonging. She was born into a family which she loved and cherished, and to bear the name of that family was certainly a privilege.

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6 Years of Building a Book Club and Lessons I learned!
Building a Book Club

My book club turned 6 years old last month! While I am proud of this community, it is frankly an uphill task to run a book club...

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‘You Never Stop Becoming’ Says Michelle Obama Now To Her Young Readers
Becoming for younger readers

Michelle Obama's memoir Becoming was one of the best books of 2020. Now, there is a young readers' edition for 12+ readers.

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If You, Like Me, Found GST A Bit Complex, This Is Where You Can Find Help
GST for the Layman

GST for the Layman is an empowering read in a society that does not encourage women to be financially aware and keeps them out of financial decisions.

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Supermodel, Fitness Buff, & Now Author: Here’s What Made In India Milind Soman Says

Milind Soman speaks with almost brutal honesty in his book Made in India, co-authored by Roopa Pai, about his life from his 'Marathi mulga' origins to what he is now.

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