The ceaseless battle with uncertain thoughts, entangled in undecipherable fear, has led me to a resolute decision: to immerse myself in reading.
I am glad that I got to find and love and spread these beautiful stories.
Raise readers. Because the world today needs empathy, now more than ever.
What it is like to develop a reading habit when you have spent your childhood in a small-town.
Books are my comfort zone. They create an intangible, non-judgemental world that I can escape to.
A personal essay that reflects upon the author's 90-year-old grandfather's intimate experience of reading Ruskin Bond's autobiography 'Lone Fox Dancing'.
The author recounts her experience of reading in a language she wasn’t familiar with as a child – English – to subsequently losing touch and trying to reconnect with …
An essay on being torn between two cultures and trying to find my voice as a writer.