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Penguin On Wheels

Tah dah! Your favorite book bird is coming to town Penguin Books India & Walking BookFairs bring to your doorstep Penguin on Wheels Penguin Books India, in association with Walking BookFairs, presents Penguin on Wheels—a jaw-dropping, gorgeous mobile bookstore that will be doing rounds across the country to promote reading and make great writing more accessible. […]

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10 great authors who were rejected by publishers

Dr. Seuss Everyone’s favorite children’s author, Dr. Seuss Is a testament to how important luck is to success. His first book ‘And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street’ was rejected a whopping 27 times before being published. CS Lewis When you browse the World Wide Web for CS Lewis, one of the […]

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How to become a better writer

We all have a story to tell, or so they say. The problem is, for most people, getting your story out to the world. While only a fortunate few become bestselling authors earning millions of dollars a year from their writing, it is not impossible to enjoy success as a published writer in many other ways. Your dreams […]

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Inspiring quotes by great authors!

Sometimes in life, we feel unsure about ourselves. As the artists of our lives, we’re not too confident about our masterpieces. This is the time when most of us are unsure of the future, or for that matter the present. We start losing grip of things, and feel a lack of direction. So, what is the […]

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How publishing spurred on India’s freedom struggle

In the age of repression and terror, gems were few and far between. The lack here was not of nationalist agenda, but of leaders. In an era before films, books and publishing were the only real ways of promulgating any kind of news or propaganda. Here we list some of the most influential efforts in […]

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What can we learn from the great parents of literature?

As parents we often question ourselves as to where we are going wrong, and what more can we do for our children. It’s not easy being a parent. Without any helping hand guiding you through the trials and tribulations of raising children, it becomes downright difficult. Fear not. We are here to help. Literature has, […]

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The mysterious stranger is back and this time, he is more wicked! A sneak peek into Novoneel Chakraborty’s ‘All Yours, Stranger’.

The photograph of love is sometimes so big that you can’t fit it into the frame of your relationship. If you force it, you are sure to lose some of it. Maybe most of it. Sitting at the bar, Rivanah watched as her boyfriend Danny danced with the ‘other’ girl in a close embrace. Rivanah […]

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