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Here is a collection of reading material about various noted Authors. It includes some biographical information about those authors, collection of various interviews (including video interviews), speeches, and of course, reviews for the literary work done by them.

Vikas Swarup | Introduction to An Author

Writing is a calling that wasn’t always on the list of most recommended vocations, especially when the authors were at mercy of big publication houses. Poets had to have a “job-that-paid-bills”, and practice the writing in a corner of their study with a hope that some day their work will see the light of the day in form of a ... Read More »

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Book Reviews

Scion Of Ikshvaku - Book Cover

Amish Tripathi is back with another book – Scion Of Ikshvaku. This time he tries to explore the tale of Lord Rama in his signature style. In order to make the things more contemporary, he tries to humanise the mythological character. Book Title : Scion Of Ikshvaku Author : Amish Tripathi Genre : Mythology retold Publisher : Westland Ltd. (22 ... Read More »

Interview of Uday Satpathy | Author of Brutal

Uday Satpathy - Author Of Brutal

Recently we got an opportunity to interview Mr. Uday Satpathy, the author of Brutal. Brutal – his debut book is unique in a sense that it is possibly first crowd-curated book from India. (To know more about it, visit Bloody Good Book.) The book is scheduled to be published on 5th August 2015. Uday is a Sales Manager who possess ... Read More »

Scion Of Ikshvaku | Chapter 3 | Personal Views And Reviews

Scion Of Ikshvaku - Book Cover

Amish Tripathi now enjoys a celebrity status in literary fraternity. He have achieved it of course. With back-to-back 3 best seller books made him eligible for the same. He have tried a unique approach in writing, that is, looking at the mythologies from the modern day eye. Or rather we say, absorb the mythological stuff about mythological characters / Deities ... Read More »

The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth | Book Review

The Kill List - by Frederick Forsyth - Book Cover

Ever since his rise to fame with The Day of the Jackal (Published in 1971), Frederick Forsyth has created a niche and fan following. The theme of his stories has travelled through post world war era – to cold war – to troubled Middle East and now international terrorism. Published in 2013 by Random House, The Kill List is latest ... Read More »