Aesha Shah

Decoding Midlife

About the author: Aesha Shah is a teacher, a writer, an avid reader with a lifelong love of books Her parenting blog About Parent and Kid ranked as one of the best parenting blogs 2016 Recently renamed Aesha’s Musings about being a mother, daughter, wife, friend, and companion.

Book Blurb: ‘Decoding Midlife’ is about approaching Midlife with positivity and vigour and not consider it to be a crisis phase of life. Writing this book has been an enriching and moving experience for the author as she explores facets of her own unknown personality.

Anami Mittal

Bodyweight Workouts: A Fun Way To Exercise

About the author: Anami is a poetess, a writer and a blogger who observes life and its dwellings with a keen eye. She is a strong believer in, Everything, situation, and person out there teach us something. You will find deeper meanings in all her writings.

Book Blurb: This book is a compilation of few Body weight Workouts you can do at your home. These do not require any equipment. It is written for the A to Z Challenge 2018. It is a great way to exercise for those who get bored easily. Try them and you will love them.

Anshu Bhojnagarwala


About the author: Anshu Bhojnagarwala, lifelong storyteller enjoys creating fascinating characters and plots and is drawn to the supernatural and paranormal. She believes a girl should become a strong and independent woman which led to creating ‘Tara’ protagonist in the e-book.

Book Blurb: Tara is a dreamer who lives in her past. After a bad breakup she chooses to marry but fails to accept her husband. A chance meeting with her ex-lover rekindles her interest. Will she give in or save her marriage? Or will she listen to her heart and break free?


Parenting & A Slice Of Everything

About the author: A mom by day & a reader/writer by night, Anupriya believes in the magical power of stories and story-telling. Her blog is an account of her experiences as a mother/daughter/woman/human being, all churned together.

Book Blurb: ‘Parenting & A Slice Of Everything’ is a collection of 26 short stories that bring forth a galore of characters, incidents and emotions directly or remotely related to the life-cycle of parenting and its tyranny on life and relationships.

Arjun Gupta

AtoZ of Mental Health

About the author: A 20 year old writer on Mental Health and its aspects, Arjun aims to increase awareness and make people more sensitive to issues of mental illnesses.

Book Blurb: A to Z of Mental Health tries to explore the various aspects of mental illnesses that are sometimes ignored.You will finish this book with richer and more meaningful knowledge about mental health and how it affects every person.

Balaka Basu

Golden Rainbow: short stories

About the author: Author, blogger, curator of memories and weaver of stories. MPhil and Masters in Mass Communication and Comparative literature. Professional content writer and instructional designer. Also an awareness campainer for interstitial cystitis.

Book Blurb: This book of memoirs has been curated with stories from the author’s life. People she met in her life’s journey are the protagonists. Some stories will make you laugh and others may make you cry.

Deepa Gandhi

Healthy Recipes Cookbook

About the author: Deepa Gandhi is a freelance Dietician and a writer in parenting, health & travel. She shares her experiences as a mom and as a nutritionist in her blog Contact her via email at [email protected] or [email protected]

Book Blurb: The author’s mantra for this book is – Healthy but not boring. Her experiments in the kitchen are inspired by her daughters, her inspiration for discovering healthy & yummy new recipes She hopes to break the myth that healthy food is boring and tasteless.

Dr. Bushra Nausheen

Blogging Basics 1.0

About the author: Dr. Bushra Nausheen believes in a simple living and high thinking mantra. She is an avid blogger on women’s issues and on health websites, she writes poems on inequality women suffer globally Find her book A to Z of Pregnancy on Amazon.

Book Blurb: Blogging Basics 1.0 gives basic insights about blogging. She includes topics that bloggers struggle with. It is based on Dr Bushra’s 2 years blogging experience and tries to keep it simple and give clear ideas. It is the first part of a Blogging Basics series.

Dr.Amrita Basu

7 Blogging Challenges for a Successful Blog

About the author: Dr.Amrita Basu (Misra) is an ENT Surgeon, a teacher in a Medical college, Blogger and Author of two books. When she is not writing she can be found gardening or doodling with her daughter. She is a twitter fan and always replies if you say hi to @misra_amrita

Book Blurb: Blogging in India is still an unstructured game. But a few stepping stones will make your life easier. These seven Blogging challenges(plus a few extra tips) will help you create a successful Blog without losing your hair!

Huma Masood

Dare to Dream

About the author: Huma Masood is a full-time stock market trader, who graduated from AMU & then did MBA in Finance/Marketing. She spent many years in Kuwait, where she completed her school education and worked in top MR consulting firms, before finally settling in Delhi, India.

Book Blurb: Written in a simple language about ‘Simple changes that can bring big difference in your lifestyle’. It is an interesting read of two parts. 1. Create your vision & define your goals, 2. Take easy steps to achieve your goals. Includes 3 practical exercises.

Jayanthi Manikandan

India or US ?

About the author: Jayanthi is a wife and mother and has lived in the US for 14 years. After she quit her job, she found solace in technical and personal writing that allowed her to keep in touch with her educational qualifications.

Book Blurb: A number of individuals in their 20s, want to go abroad and once they are abroad they start missing India. These individual posts grasp the see-saw of most Indian families trying to balance Indian values and American life.

Kadambari Singh

It Says Love

About the author: Kadambari Singh is a management graduate and a passionate marketing professional. She started blogging as she wanted to write. A writer at heart always yearns to pen a book and she feels blessed to have three.

Book Blurb: It says love is a collection of love quotes. Some of the quotes draw their inspiration from surroundings, happenings and desserts, for love is all sweet and tasty.

Kathakali Mukherjee

Love in the Battleground: A Maharashtrian Saga

About the author: Kathakali Mukherjee is is a translation-enthusiast. She loves discussing cultural studies, history, literature and translation; writes short stories, fiction, articles for adults and translates folktales.

Book Blurb: The novel is based on a 19th century Bengali fiction “Maharashtra Jiban-Prabhat” by R.C. Dutta. Raghupati took up a soldier’s job under Shivaji at a time of political unrest. He falls in love with Saryu but things go wrong..

Lancelot Quadras

The Alphabets of Life – for mortals

About the author: Lancelot Trevor Quadras is mean, whimsical and not the average guy. Since 2015, he follows a New Year resolution diligently of not regretting. This has brought out the best in him. The experiences + moments are worth it all. For what is life without moments?

Book Blurb: “The Alphabets of Life” is a collection of rare and unusual words which are related to experiences and emotions we go through every day. How these experiences can help one avoid making the wrong call and doing the right thing forms the crux of this journey.

Lavanya Srinivasan

The Cockatiel Confessions and Other Collected Works

About the author: Lavanya Srinivasan is a chartered accountant who currently works for an international bank. She is passionate about world mythology and fantasy tales. She has previously authored two fantasy thrillers: “Maya & the Mind Mystics” & “The God, The Girl & The Gem”.

Book Blurb: Do you know why the moon is blue? Or why the cockatiel complains? A poor little rich girl & another girl who likes to gamble away her life credits. A tribal warrior & a time traveler. A celestial journey and a missing damsel.

Mahak Wadhwani

Diary of a Baby

About the author: Mahak Wadhwani is a career woman turned mom to a 2-year-old and a blogger on Baby & Beyond. She landed headfirst into a life of pooplosions, 3 am feeds, teething & toddler tantrums – a life so exciting that she just had to share her journey with the world.

Book Blurb: Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your baby’s mind? “Diary of a Baby” is a candid, witty take on life from a baby’s perspective written as diary entries, followed by an interpretation phases of baby’s life from the author’s own parenting experience.

Maheshwaran Jothi

Puglia: Hidden Treasures of Italy

About the author: Maheshwaran Jothi believes one needn’t be rich to travel. His blog has practical details about travelling; including the culture and foods in local and international destinations. He is the author of Financial Freedom, available on Amazon as e-book & paperback

Book Blurb: Travel guides give people detailed lists of places in a region. But one finds it difficult to plan and worry about the lack of time to see so much. This book is a new type of travel guide with clear details on what to do every day and the sequence to see them

Manas Mukul

The Contemplation of a Joker

About the author: Manas Mukul is human, an MBA, a Business Consultant, Actor, Software Engineer, Writer, Blogger, Joker, he loves Sports, Travel and Dance, he is humorous and fun loving.

Book Blurb: The book is a compilation of some of his blogs from his website These are some of the ones which belong to the Personal and Humour genre.

Mayuri Nidigallu

26 Favourite Foods & a Little Bit of Me

About the author: A Tarot Card Reader by profession, Mayuri Nidigallu is a Writer by design. Since she is already aware of what the future holds, she enjoys unwrapping the present.

Book Blurb: Food and Memories – that is what her book is all about. Food has the power to keep you connected to your past, even as it evolves to fit the future. Come walk down memory lane with her as she shares with you her favourite foods, and memories.

Medha Nagur

The Last Seychelles Flame

About the author: Medha Nagur, a professional blogger (, has decided to help herself with her prowess for storytelling and is currently on her spree to finish her first inspirational romance novel.

Book Blurb: Adrija has all the qualities for a boy to reject her marriage proposal, and so her parents are worried about finding a groom for her. She moves to Mumbai to become the best fashion photographer and Cupid strikes.. or not.. Will she unite with her true love?


AtoZ of Parenting: An Intangible Wonder

About the author: Meenal & Sonal blogging sisters-duo & friends combo who spread positivity and smiles. Poetry by heart and parenting with thoughts is what this duo excels in. This is the second book they wrote the first ‘Tangled Relationships Yet Sweet’ was about relationships.

Book Blurb: In this book authors Meenal & Sonal talk about parenting of kids aged group 2- 12 and emphasize the positive impact of communication with kids. They believe communication with kids at the right time and manner helps to build a healthy relationship with a child

Meghana Pawar

Ria’s Diary

About the author: Meghana Pawar is a Professional Content Writer, Editor, and a Lifestyle Blogger. She is a personal growth junkie, currently working in the arena of Digital and Print Media. Connect with Meghana on Twitter & Instagram: @meghanazexpress

Book Blurb: Ria’s Diary is an episodic tale of a brave girl who fought the most gruesome battles, wavered pain, and heartbreaks that life presented to her with grit, determination and a smile. Inspired by a real story.

Monika Davessar

Astitva: a woman’s journey from existence to empowerment

About the author: Monika Davessar loves learning new things and blogging is her recent interest. Her first Ebook: Astitva, walks through the A to Z aspects of a woman. Seeking to give a message to the society, she believes this book helps in Women Empowerment.

Book Blurb: Astitva is a virtual revolt against the age-old customs and attitudes that suppress the essential identity and dignity of women. The author pushes all women suffering under the present societal set-up to realize their potential and live independently.

Namratha Varadharajan

BECAUSE: someone had to say it

About the author: Namratha Varadharajan is a mom, wife and poet. Her ideal day would have ginger tea, her family, petrichor and a delectable book.

Book Blurb: This collection of poems is a shout out to those who had immense strength when life dealt them an unfair hand, for those making this world a kinder and greener place to live in and for those not even whispering for themselves. BECAUSE Someone had to say it.

Natasha Mukherjee Sinha

April Anecdotes: Tales of Discovery and Joy

About the author: Natasha started writing at age 5. Writing nourishes her soul and ignites her being. Her first book ‘Travel Epiphanies’ was published in July 2017. She writes to spread joy to others and narrate life’s wondrous anecdotes She actively blogs at

Book Blurb: April Anecdotes is a compilation of twenty-six compelling tales and anecdotes of real people & some not so real people. These tales will intrigue, enchant and take you into the deep recesses of mind and matter to give you answers that you were looking for.

Neha Tambe

Digital Marketing for Small Businesses

About the author: Neha Tambe is a blogger and freelance social media strategist who helps small businesses ace their social media marketing techniques. She is a Google Certified Digital Marketer and has over 6 years of experience in managing social media accounts.

Book Blurb: Online Marketing for small businesses is a beginner’s guide for start-ups, small businesses and personal brands wishing to start online marketing. This guide will help them understand the jargons, to do things on their own to start with an online marketing plan.

Nidhi Garg

Wheels of Time

About the author: GS Nidhi a ferocious reader who believes, “A writing pad and books are your best friends.” She started her blog almost 5 years back, “” She dedicates this book to herself and her Late mother.

Book Blurb: These are 12 people, 12 tales and 12 months. Which says “When The Unexpected Leads to Expected.”

Nupur Maskara

Insta Gita

About the author: Nupur Maskara is short and likes writing short stuff that packs a punch. Expectedly, she began her career in advertising and is now in content writing. Her friends have branded her frequent blonde moments as Nupurisms. Read more of her work at

Book Blurb: The Bhagavad Gita is part philosophy, part self-help, part poetry. Translations can be enigmatic and commentaries can suck the life out of its verses. This book summarizes the Gita and presents Arjuna’s reaction to Krishna’s words, as Everyman, in poetry.

Paresh Godhwani

Life in Local Train

About the author: Bearded freelance writer, immature designer, marketer by qualification, novice social media influencer, an accountant in India’s top general insurance company and author of Six degrees, Life in Local Train and IPL-ology.

Book Blurb: It is a story of a commuter who had started his new job and commute via local train. This book will remind you of your train journey as this book covers almost every type of incident that can happen in a train.

Paresh Godhwani


About the author:Bearded freelance writer, immature designer, marketer by qualification, novice social media influencer, an accountant in India’s top general insurance company and author of Six degrees, Life in Local Train and IPL-ology.

Book Blurb: It started as a cricket league but now, it has become an important part of life. In this period of over ten years, IPL has performed beyond expectations on and off the field. Come, let’s study the performance of the league.


Coming Home to Nature

About the author: PraGun, an amateur blogger, finds creativity & art everywhere. Sun-Sea-Sky watcher, Chilly-Cherry og gal, mom, blogger. Proud Indian soul who loves traveling and writing travel, food & personal stories.

Book Blurb: Each of the 5 elements in nature represents a state of matter. Nature’s paradise has given me all these things. This book has few inputs on all the ways to stay connected to natural resources in and around us.

Preeti Negi

The Life Lived

About the author: Preeti Negi’s love for reading pushed her to weave stories on her blog. Her life mantra is ‘There is nothing permanent except change’. When not writing, she loves to read, listen to music, go for a walk or spend time with family.

Book Blurb: The book is a collection of 26 beloved memories of the author. The varied emotions of happiness, sadness, suffering, and hopefulness experienced by her as a child, a sibling, a friend, a parent and as an Individual, will strike a chord with anyone and everyone.

Priya Bajpai

Murder in the Palace & Other Short Stories

About the author: Priya U Bajpai is a short story author and poet and has been published in mainstream newspapers. A versatile story-teller, she is adept at writing fast-paced and layered tales across genres. A voracious reader, Priya is a mother of a nine-year-old.

Book Blurb: A murder mystery and 11 other short stories. New Year’s Eve masquerade party turns into a crime scene with Mrs. Smith is found dead. Each of the five suspects has a strong motive to kill. Death threats, affairs and jealousy – the tale has it all.

Priyanka Vermani

How I wrote my Comic Book: The Journey

About the author: A Content Marketer with a creative streak, Priyanka has written content for corporate films and many kids learning applications. Based on her experience of her stay in London, she has authored a comic book – ‘Samaria and the Gang in London.’

Book Blurb: This book illustrates Priyanka’s journey of writing her first comic book – ‘Samaira and the Gang in London.’ It showcases the highs and lows of a first time Author.

Rashi Roy

The Colour Love

About the author: An award-winning short story writer. She expresses her emotions through poetry and blogs. A musician by heart, she manages a YouTube channel by her name. Worked with Infosys as an HR professional before becoming a mother of two. Loves creating best from waste.

Book Blurb: Love is a color with different shades. This book has five short stories and each one depicts a different shade of love. Love can be beautiful, revengeful, a delusion, a fantasy or eternal. Get a taste of all through these stories.

Rashi Roy


About the author: पुरस्कृत लघु-कहानी लेखिका जो कविता और ब्लॉग के माध्यम से अपनी भावनाओं को व्यक्त करती है। दिल से एक संगीतकार है और एक यूट्यूब चैनल का प्रबंधन करती है। मां बनने से पहले इंफोसिस में एचआर के रूप में जुड़ी हुयी थी। फ़ुर्सत में शिल्पकला में अपना समय बिताती है।

Book Blurb: “मनसा” अर्थात मन से उत्पन्न कुछ कविताओं का संग्रह है ये पुस्तक। इसमें कवित्रि ने रिश्ते, देशप्रेम और अपने मन की भावनाओं को व्यक्त किया है।

Rashmi Jain

Be Wild Again

About the author: Rashmi Jain, IT professional, explorer on a voyage to self-discovery through writing Her writings mainly revolve around the freedom, equality and empowerment of women. She also is exploring life through travel and the life lessons learnt in the entire process

Book Blurb: Be Wild Again is a mirror to show how beautiful, powerful & amazing a woman is A call to break the barriers of patriarchy, embrace freedom and accept one’s self. It is about freedom and adventure. Not just about breaking the rules but making rules for oneself

Ravish Mani

Break Free The Leader Within

About the author: Ravish Mani is well-known in the blogosphere for his philosophical personality. His writings are inspirational and food for thought. “If you want your work to be critically appreciated, you would want him to read it.” ~ Sunaina Sharma, Blogger & Writer.

Book Blurb: It’s an audiobook of about 18 min. It talks about 12 qualities of effective leadership. Shailaja V, Blogger & Entrepreneur, says: “A really good read on what makes effective leaders! Inspiring and a worth dekko especially if you are in the leadership/startup space.”

Reema Dsouza


About the author: Reema D’souza is an Indian blogger and poet. An engineer by day but writing poetry and fiction gives her the much-needed escape from reality. While she’s not writing, she prefers to read. She is also the author of Life and Times of a Twenty Something. .

Book Blurb: Peiskos is the feeling one gets when sitting in front of a fireplace enjoying its warmth. We remember pieces of life that seem ordinary but often bring along a sense of warmth. Here are 26 such pieces woven into stories around rare and beautiful words.

Rohan Kachalia

Annoyed Thieves Amid Darkling Armies

About the author: Rrohan Kachalia ( is the author of the novel ‘The 23rd Girl’ and has many short stories and poems published in various anthologies. ‘Annoyed thieves amid darkling armies’ is his first poetry book.

Book Blurb:

Stir something
Be it any emotion
Joy, Fear, Anger

Channel it
Towards a path
That leads a change

In yourself
In the surrounding you live
In the society

These are the words
Fearless, bold, outspoken
To stir something in you

Roma Gupta Sinha

Destiny’s Favourite Child

About the author: Roma Gupta Sinha’s stories have the power to provoke your soul and stay in your hearts forever. She has been felicitated with numerous awards for her writings including ‘Women of the Year 2015’. She believes to be the face of positive change in the society.

Book Blurb: A girl child who listens to all the malicious ways of the world in her mother’s womb feels petrified but decides to survive and take the challenge. She proves herself and the society how a commoner with zero support system manages to live life queen size.

Ruchi Nasa

That Year I Found Me

About the author: Dr. Ruchi Chopra Nasa, is a Pathologist by Profession ( She is a voracious reader and has been published in various online magazines like Woman’s web and Beyond Borders. She loves travelling and wants to explore the world.

Book Blurb: Neha runs away from her family to the big city with only her diary as her friend. Will she be able to give love a second chance and reunite with her family? Dive into this tale of entangled emotions and accompany Neha in her journey of healing and Self Discovery.

Saba Irfan

The A2Z of Globetrotting

About the author: Mumbai based food, fashion, parenting, travel and lifestyle blogger, Saba Irfan is passionate about exploring everything about life. A mother of 3 and with a knowledge of more than 6 global languages Saba is all set to conquer the world with her writing skills.

Book Blurb: A2Z of globetrotting is about the best from the various places across the globe. It takes you on an exhilarating journey across the globe with the prominent factory of these places described briefly yet cover their diversities.

Sai Ramya Gundala

Tweeple of the Twitterverse

About the author: Ramya Gundala is a passionate writer and an electronics engineer, who crafts stories based on her day to day life. Taking time off the studies, she continues to blog frequently. She blogs at You can connect with her on Twitter (@amy_gundala)

Book Blurb: Tweeple of the Twitterverse, is a collection of Twitter Account Reviews of some twitter accounts. Some are popular, some are interesting, some are cute and others just a delight. This ebook is a result of one month of blogging, and is the collection of those posts.

Sayan Bhattacharya

Ancient Cities of India

About the author: Born in 1974 and a Post-graduate in English Literature, Sayan has two published novels based on life stories, alongside regular blogging. Having a keen interest in Indian history and mythology, this eBook is Sayan’s first attempt at writing based on history.

Book Blurb: This eBook presents an easy re-telling of the history of select ancient cities of India. Packed with mythological tales and historical anecdotes the stories bring alive the imperial kingdoms of the past, for you to re-discover India’s heritage in a new light.

Shilpa Garg

Notes from the Road

About the author: Shilpa Garg, a mother of one fancies herself an observer of life and writes about things as they are and not as they should be. You can find her musings on A rose is a rose is a rose.

Book Blurb: Traveling has has humbled her and made her realize that she is more capable than she believed. In ‘Notes from the Road,’ Shilpa shares her thoughts, views, experiences, tips, and stories which are inspired by her years on the road.

Shipra Trivedi

Spicy Trail

About the author: Shipra Trivedi is a working mother and has a great interest in reading & writing. As a new age woman, she plays multiple roles in a single day. A family-manager at home, a team lead in the office & a writer of wee hours. She blogs at

Book Blurb: The intent of this book is to give a brief of 26 different spices in 26 chapters. Each chapter has one spice, its attributes, history, and ayurvedic benefits. Get set go on a spicy trail!

Sitharaam Jayakumar

Eighty Hours to Save Karen

About the author:  Sitharaam Jayakumar is an Information Technology professional who started writing when a friend who was impressed by his versatile language urged him to do so. His repertoire includes social issues, women’s empowerment and fiction. He is a published poet…

Book Blurb: What is it that ails little Karen? Does it have something to do with the supernatural? Join a grandfather’s journey as he sets out to unravel a web of deceit, treachery and obsession in a bid to save the life of the only human being he can call his own…

Sona Grover

Finding Your Writing Flow

About the author:  Sona is an author and blogger, enthusiastic about books, travel and nature. She loves to experiment with different cuisines. She is fascinated by various folk forms and the stories shaped by different cultures.

Book Blurb: Simple and profound at the same time, this little book guides you through self doubt, offering tips to help you find inspiration, staying productive, getting better at your craft and renewing yourself as a writer.

Sonia Chatterjee

Deal of Death

About the author:  With two post graduation degrees and eight years of corporate experience, Sonia Chatterjee
quit her banking job to become a writer. She blogs about food, travel, movies, parenting,
personal journeys and social issues at

Book Blurb: When the peaceful Munshiganj is affected by paranormal activity, detective Raya Ray steps in. Sharmila feels wronged when she’s told she delivered a stillborn. A dead body, a secret inside the temple, soon Ray realizes no one is what they appear to be.

Surbhi Mahobia

Ten Tales

About the author:  Surbhi is a graduate in English Literature and a postgraduate in Mass Comm. She is a communications professional, freelance content creator and a blogger. She is an avid reader and a passionate storyteller. You can read her blogs at

Book Blurb: Ten Tales is a collection of ten short stories for children aged 8 years and above. These stories are a mix of magic, mystery, thrill, suspense, happiness and excitement. They are sure to widen their imagination and give it a fresh perspective.

Tina Sequeira


About the author:  Tina Sequeira is an award winning author and blogger. She´s pretty sure that Alice from ´Alice in Wonderland´ is her alter ego – ever curious and in quest for the truth. As much as Tina loves words, she loves mingling with people who she believes are living books. She digs family and friends´ get-togethers and loves traveling to faraway places with her husband and daughter.

Book Blurb: A proud Indian citizen, Tina revels in being a woman. Voila! ´Bhumi´, her debut fiction was born.´Bhumi´ is an ode to womanhood. In ´Bhumi´, you will see real women come alive unlike their stereotypical counterparts on the celluloid. With ´Bhumi´ in your hands, you can read 26 short stories at leisure at your comfortable pace. You can pick and begin from any chapter in the book because each chapter is a complete story by itself. Tina hopes that her readers will discover the simple joy of reading.

Tomichan Matheikal

Life’s Magic

About the author:  Tomichan Matheikal is an avid reader and compulsive blogger. ( He has published three books: ‘English Poetry – From John Donne to Ted Hughes’, ‘Yearnings’ and ‘The Nomad Learns Morality’ and currently working on ‘Autumn Shadows’ and ‘Black Hole’.

Book Blurb: Here is the A to Z mantra to a magical life. Life can be magical if we are ready to change just a few things in our life. What are those few things? Read this short book to find out. Discover the wizard within you.

Varadharajan Ramesh

Tales with a Twist

About the author:  A 30-something Entrepreneur, husband, father and story teller.

Book Blurb: Collection of Short Stories, each with an unexpected twist.

Vedica Saxena

The Seed

About the author:  A dreamer, a believer, a learner and most of all a mother who enjoys motherhood thoroughly. From being a technocrat, ramp model, soft skills trainer, with a stint in corporate world to now a blogger- it has been a marvelous journey.

Book Blurb: Vedica’s book emphasizes the necessity of living life and experiencing it through one’s beliefs. This is not a Bible or a guide to follow. It’s not even a list of instructions complied for you. It is to remind you to live life at your own terms.

Venice Rowe

Live Laugh Love – bytes

About the author:  Blogging has helped Venice discover a whole new world to expand her writing skills. Her favorite genres are self-help, humor, horror, and nature. A content writer by profession, she loves sitcoms, talking to nature, photographing the moon, reading.

Book Blurb: Live Laugh Love – bytes, is a book that brings 15 pieces covering the myriad aspects of life, laughter, and love. Relive and find yourself among these pages. The book will make you experience thoughts and emotions and will make you laugh or simply seek comfort.

Wow Parenting

Handbook of Day to Day Parenting Tips

About the author: Inspired by “What will happen to the world when all kids get WOW Parenting?” Narendra Goidani started an ambitious program He is the founder of Life School and conducts inspirational training programs. His life value is ‘Inspire OR Expire.’

Book Blurb: This book covers topics like – How to teach kids to deal with Failure – How to provide Role Models that can transform the child – How threats in parenting can hamper Self-Belief. And many more Parenting Insights Read, Reflect, Implement…… Repeat!