Posts by: Team Juggernaut

Before you even object to how we know nothing about your kind of writing, give us a chance. Tell us your favourite books from each genre and we’ll tell you what writing profession suits you the best.

Juggernaut is pleased to announce that our readers can now read books from Speaking Tiger, an Indian book publishing and distribution company based in Delhi. Juggernaut users can now read books like The Adivasi Will Not Dance, Unforeseen Desires, and Half-Open Windows. Talking about the partnership, Chiki Sarkar,...

Debraj Bhattacharya is an alumnus of Presidency College, Kolkata. He is a researcher/writer by profession and writes both fiction and non-fiction. He has edited a volume of essays, Of Matters Modern (2008), and written a monograph, Exploring Marxist Bengal (2016). Both are academic non-fiction books. He has also...

Dear Reader, Learning to Swim is about a refugee trying to adjust to a new life in a foreign land. Most people would think that he has every reason to be grateful. He’s managed to survive a harrowing journey. What’s more, he’s been given a roof over his head and a means of earning a living. He came in search of this new...

Kolkata based publishers BEE Books now available on Juggernaut.

Ajay K. Pandey grew up in the NTPC township of Rihand Nagar with big dreams. He grew up with a dream of becoming a teacher, but destiny landed him in the field of IT. Travelling, trekking and reading novels are his hobbies. You are the Best Wife is his debut book based on his life events and lessons. [Read: How I Sold...

For someone whose brain has been foddered by thrillers since it began to take interest in reading, writing a list of the top ten thrillers is as pleasurable as it is difficult. It makes me feel nostalgic of all those sleepless nights I spent turning pages, skipping meals and encounters with the outside world. And...

Meenakshi Reddy Madhavan was born in Hyderabad, but grew up in New Delhi, where she currently lives with her partner and their three cats. Formerly a journalist, Madhavan’s first book You Are Here was commissioned in 2007 on the basis of her hugely popular blog Compulsive Confessions, and was the first book to speak of...

Ever wondered what Pandava you would be best suited to play in the next televised version of Mahabharata? Well, now you don’t have to wait to audition anymore. Play our quiz and know which Pandava you relate with the most.

Looking for the perfect spooky read for a cold, rainy night that will certainly give you a thrill? “It Rained that Night” is the perfect read for you. The story of Anand, a writer chasing a deadline, who rents a guest house to complete his book. But there’s something really eery about this place and one rainy...