"Gone with the Vindaloo" Author: Vikram Nair Publisher: Hachette India

Printed cover and book release at the Jaipur Literature Festival - 2013, India. PC: The author's Facebook page


PC: The author's Facebook page

"Alternative Realities" - Love in the Lives of Muslim Women. Author: Nighat M Gandhi. Publisher: Tranquebar The book talks about the profiles of muslim women in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and their experiences with love which could be normal hetro-sexual, within or outside the marriage, could be lesbian relations, eunuch etc etc. It also explores the idea of divine love....equation with God.


The final printed copy with an embossed and UV coated title.

"Tuki's Grand Salon Chase" Author: Parul Sharma. Publisher: Westland Ltd. A chick-lit, but also the coming-of-age journey of a girl who works in a hair salon, Nancy’s Factory. She’s hoping to get a scholarship, but politics in the salon kills her chance and she decides to leave Mumbai and live in Goa for a while. This is where she meets Arvind, whom she develops an interest in. It’s a funny, intelligent read.

PC: The author's Facebook page

PC: The author's Facebook page

"Past Perfect" - Letters to Aditi. Author: Anna Varughese. Publisher: Tranquebar. Life was good for Anna Varughese, (author of the book) She is a management graduate with a fine career and a great family, with a young daughter. And then, when she was around thirty three, life turned upside down for her. She was taken sick and was in urgent need of a liver transplant. She was admitted to London's King's College Hospital and put on a long waiting list for organ transplant. As she fought to stay alive, her thoughts turned to her little girl who was away from her mother, not yet of an age to fully understand what was happening. As Anna started to lose hope, she decided to write to her daughter, expressing her love and hopes for her, a sort of farewell letter. Anna started sending these letters to her child, whom she thought she would never see again. But she eventually did recover, and these letters formed the basis for Past Perfect: Letters To Aditi, letters about a woman reaching out to her daughter during a desperate period in her life.

The final printed copy with an embossed and UV coated title.

"The Avatari" Author: Raghu Srinivasan. Publisher: Hachette India.

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"Shiva and the Rise of the shadows". Author: Kanika Dhillon. Publisher: Duckbill Books. Fiction for Young Adults -The world may just be ending. Cities across the world have been decimated by nuclear bombs, the air and water are poisoned and humanity is dying out. Shiva’s parents have been killed, and his brother has disappeared. But he is determined to survive the bizarre new world, hiding in Dharavi, Mumbai, with his little cousin sister Vasuki, the only family left to him.


The final printed copy with an embossed and UV coated title.


"Brand Like A Rockstar" Author: Steve Jones. Publisher: Westland Ltd. Brand Like a Rock Star takes you beyond the hype to reveal the core marketing strategies behind the success of the world’s greatest bands. The author Steve Jones combines insider stories from AC/DC, The Beatles, The Grateful Dead, KISS, and many other legendary bands with sound business advice to deliver a rockin’ guide to building a breakthrough brand with learnings from bands. Brand Like a Rock Star puts a new spin on the branding process. From merchandising, to establishing a resonant core message, to developing an iconic logo, Steve Jones illustrates abstract concepts with actionable practices. How is Led Zeppelin like Nintendo’s Wii? How does U2 resemble Procter & Gamble? What do Johnny Cash and Old Spice have in common?


The final printed copy with an embossed and UV coated title.