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4 Fun Books To Read In The Holiday Season

As we turn our calendar pages to December all we can think of is holidays. The month of December brings with it a lot of festivities. Holidays come with a lot of ‘me-time’ for everyone who wants to enjoy them to the fullest and bibliophiles spend this time reading their favourite books which their busy schedule never allowed them to. Be it murder mysteries or stories about winter romances each individual indulgences into his or her own genre.

If you guys are in a holiday spirit and want to read great stories and novels and then this list might just help you choose… Marathi Audiobooks

  1. Dash and Lily’s Book Of Dare by Rachel Cohn & David Levithan

Everyone likes to play dare and truth, isn’t it? Well, this story has given a slight twist to the game. Here Lily writes all her dares in book and keeps it on the shelf for someone to find it and follow it. Dash finds it and decides to follow it and what follows is a unique romance between the two while fulfilling the dares. Read this one for fun!

  1. Christmas in London By Anita Hughes

Anita Hughes is a very celebrated writer. With Christmas in London she presents us with a perfect holiday book which has a unique concoction of friendship and love. Set in Manhattan’s Lower East Side this book teaches us an important lesson. This lesson is to learn how ask for forgiveness and how to forgive. Don’t miss this one!

  1. To all the Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before By Jenny Han

Do you write a journal? If yes then imagine that your personal journal is out in public then what? Isn’t it scary to imagine! Well in this story our protagonist Laura Jean’s journal and the things that she has written about all the boys she has loved is secretly sent out in public! This story is fun and exhilarating…do read!

  1. Someday Someday Maybe by Lauren Graham

All of us have dreams and a wish to fulfil them. In the same way this story is about Franny Banks and her dream to become an actress for which she moves to New York. Though she doesn’t find enough success but this story beautifully takes us along her journey to chase her dreams and her love life.

Quiet a list isn’t it?

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So wait no more readers pick out your favourite and curl up in your bed and read away!

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4 Modern Day Women Writers Who are the Flag-Bearers of The Term ‘Talented’

There were days when the female population of India was strictly meant to take care of the house and children and were not allowed to take education. Now the times are changing, even though there are a certain percentage of the Indian families which are still patriarchal but majority of the women out there are making a lot of progress.

The right to education have made women reach great new heights. The literature world is incomplete without its female writers. Women have taken the literature world by storm for more than a century now.

Some of the great women writers who defied all the difficulties and gave us some great literary masterpieces are as follows…

  1. Kamla Bhasin

Living in the capital this great author has written some great pieces. She has become a feminist activist fighting for equal rights for all the genders. Her work has inspired many activists. Her work focuses on issues such as gender inequality, human development and the percentage of literacy in the country

  1. Shobha De

She is a well renowned columnist and novelist. Her work mirrors contemporary and modern society.  She very well depicts the socialites and elites in her writing. She has written many novels till date. Shobha De is often known as the ‘Jackie Collins’ of India.

  1. Mridula Koshy

Mridula Koshy is one of the most talented writers of the country. She lives in the capital and is the mother of 3. She has authored great books such as ‘If it is sweet’ & ‘Not Only The Things That Have Happened’. She is also the winner of Shakti Bhatt First Book Prize Award (2009) and was shortlisted for Vodafone Crossword Book Prize (2009).

  1. Kiran Desai

She is the woman behind the great novel ‘The Inheritance Of Loss’. The book not only won a Man Booker Prize but also won a National Book Critics Circle Fiction Award. The famous news house ‘The Economic Times’ has also listed her as one of the 20 ‘most influential’ global Indian women.

At Bookhungama, being one of the best eBook publishers we encourage all the female writers to give a voice to their work by actually publishing it. We help them by providing best ebook pulishing services.

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