Our books section includes reviews of books by women writers in India, and/or with notable female characters. We also interview upcoming and well-known women writers in India on their work, and on life when writing in India.
A little Bit of Love
A Little Bit Of Love By Arva Bhavnagarwala Is A Delightful Metro Read

The author gives the protagonist a strong voice even when faced with confidence-shattering and life-altering situations...Pick up A Little Bit of Love for a quiet weekend.

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I’m Sorry My Marriage Happened, But Not That I Am Divorced!
Divorce is normal

The taboo around a topic only keeps intensifying as the silence around it thickens, as well as the misconceptions. Let's talk about divorce.

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Britney Spears’ Memoir The Woman In Me Is A Truly Moving Read
Britney Spears Memoir The Woman In Me

“You have to speak the thing that you’re feeling, even if it scares you. You have to tell your story. You have to raise your voice” says Britney Spears in her memoir.

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Leila Seth Could Not Escape The Burden Of A ‘Superwoman’ Society Places On Career Women
Leila Seth autobiography

Leila Seth's autobiography On Balance reveals how she was truly a woman ahead of her times, yet expected to do all that society expects of a woman, no matter who.

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Anandibai Joshee: A Life In Poems Tells The Story Of This Mighty Girl From Her POV

Dr Anandibai Joshi defied all tradition and went to the United States to become a “lady doctor”. Sadly, she died soon after she returned to India, which ensured that her husband directed the telling of her legacy.

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The Guide Was Ahead Of Its Time In Depicting A Woman’s Dreams And Autonomy – Book v/s Movie
The Guide

The Guide by RK Narayan was adapted to screen both in English and HIndi, starring Dev Anand and Waheeda Rehman. How does the book compare to the movie?

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