Posts by: Team Juggernaut

Read an excerpt from Second-Hand Time, Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich's new book exclusively available on the Juggernaut app

An introduction to the life and works of the Nobel Prize winner, and why you must read her

We asked  Veena Muthuraman, author of A Place of No Importance to tell us about her writing process and what influences her writing. Here’s what she had to say: Do you write everyday? When and where do you write? I’d like to write everyday and get to Trollopian levels of discipline in doing so but I come nowhere...

As part of our #SizzlingSummerReads, we asked two of our authors — Nikita and Scarlett Grey — where they get the inspiration for the fantasies they write about. Read on to find out: “I have always wanted to share my exploits because sex is an integral part of what makes us human. Okay, admittedly my life revolves...

What do people like on Goodreads? Turns out, it's very different than what you thought.

Read an excerpt from Mamata Banerjee's biography

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In a city in the throes of a bloody war, Superintendent Farooq Reshi sets out on a dangerous mission when Inspector Zahir of the Special Operations Group goes missing. Read an excerpt from this explosive thriller set in Srinagar, available now on the Juggernaut app: PARADISE Villa, its loving but unimaginative owners...

Years of working with corrupt cops and compromised militants in war-torn Kashmir has hardened Superintendent Farooq Reshi. But when a serial bomber targets Srinagar, even Reshi’s cynicism is tested. Read an excerpt from Gold Flake available now on the Juggernaut App: In the late 1990s, when I took charge of the Jammu...

Abheek Barua, who’s written the terrifying new thriller The Beheading and is also chief economist at HDFC Bank, has a great playlist at hand when he’s writing: a terrific Blues band, Pearl Jam, Hindustani classical and Bach! We asked him why he found it easier to write newspaper columns than fiction, and how he writes...