It is common knowledge that our attention spans have suffered gravely with the amount of visual content we are all-consuming day in and out. It has increasingly become difficult to stay still and read a book. But aren’t we all nostalgic for the summers spent with books on our laps, dreaming of characters so personal and relatable to us?
During this time of self-isolation, we have decided to make it easier for you to find your way back to reading. Here are eight short stories you can read on our app. These are fifteen to thirty-minute short reads that you can find on our app, just in case you don’t have the time to read a complete book or if your attention span has suffered as much ours has!
Nothing better than to read a quick inspiring book that will keep you motivated. Read the key insights and takeaways from this bestseller – The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma – in 15 mins or less.
You might have seen this book everywhere and still never picked it up! Here is your chance to read a quicker, compact version of it.
Missing those interesting history lessons but can’t find time to read? Here is a quick 15 min version of Manu S Pillai’s insightful historical nonfiction that is sure to make you want to read more.
Take fifteen minutes out of your day to read this brilliant book by a seminal scientist on big bang and black holes. We are sure you are not going to stop reading this one!
An insightful and gripping book for those interested in the mysteries of space.
Former President APJ Abdul Kalam is an inspiration to all of us. Read about his journey in this book and keep yourself motivated through the lockdown!
We know the key terms like the subconscious and conscious mind. But do we know the power of our subconscious mind? Read this quick 15 min insight into how you can harness the power of your subconscious.
This New York Times bestselling book is a thrilling account of Ranbaxy and the dark side of Indian Pharma. Read the key insights and takeaways from this gripping page-turner in 15 mins or less.