Prolific Reads by young Indian Women Authors of Today

by March 7, 2014 0 comments

Are you passionate about writing? Have you tried penning down a couple of your thoughts/ ideas/creativitiy? Not yet!! Well, its time you get inspired by these young women writers who have not only pursued their passion of writing but gone ahead to publish their books which have become bestsellers in their own way….Check out these best sellers and get inspired to author a book or two.
the wordkeeper
The WordKeepers – An ambitious debut trilogy written by Jash Sen is about two teenagers and two most Arjun and Ashwatthama, two most prolific characters from the epic Mahabharata.  As the novel takes and intense turn page after page, reading this book makes you yearn for more.  Set in the year 2028, Anya , the main female protoganist steps out to locate her mother. Interspersed with supposed to be immortal characters from the Mahabharata, the Wordkeepers is an interesting read. Followed by the second part, the Sky Serpents is equally gripping and interesting read.  Hope you catch up on them as the third book in the series has yet to be conceptualized.

Jash Sen is a graduate from DU and IIM, has worked in the IT industry and even taught mathematics with a passion for writing.

Love@Facebook
Love@Facebook  –  Best seller debut novel by Nikita Singh, Love @ Facebook  relates to very much to the youth of today who are in pursuit of a meaningful relationship.  The main protagonist in the book, Vatsala becomes friends with a famous VJ through Facebook . As they interact virtually, Vatsala goes into a fantasy flight and believes that this relationship will blossom into true love.  Does that really happen? You need to read the book for it ….So, go ahead order a copy of it right away.

Nikita Singh is pharmacy student with keen interest in literature and world history. She loves music and painting. Her other acclaimed works include The Promise, It’s not love, Someone like you, Accidently in love.

Just Married, Please Excuse
Just Married, Please Excuse– Written Yashodhara Lal, Just Married, Please Excuse relates to her own experiences of her first three years after marriage.  Tremendously funny  and hilarious, she acknowledges the spirit of her husband and mother without whose support, the book would not have been published.  Yashodhara is a mother of three growing children has also come with her second book Sorting out Sid. Sorting out Sid is all about a young guy who has it all and is yet facing a wall of problems  which he keeps denying. In fact, Sorting out Sid is a fun read which can equally enjoyed by both men and women.  As Yashodhara herself states, the book is about people in the mid thirties who have yet to evolve the true meaning of their current lives and accept themselves as they are.

Yashodhara Lal is an alumna of IIM, Bangalore and has pursued marketing in her earlier professional life.

Yes, these women writers have done a great job.  Apart from having well chosen career goals, paths, and personal commitments, they have added yet another feather in their cap by their exceptional writing abilities and carving their niche in the Indian literary world.

Wish to lay your hands on a copy of these books? Each one of them is easily available online and at great prices too!!  Visit Compareraja right now for it offers the latest roundup of coupon codes, discount offers and deals on each of these books….Make sure buy them at attractive prices and get inspired to become an author!!








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