Posts Tagged ‘Juggernaut’

This week’s Editors Pick is Natasha Joshi’s Bhukkad. It’s a story about how a promising food tech start-up goes wrong turning friend into foe, and a programmer into a murderer. Natasha holds a degree in Economics and completed her Master’s in Psychology from Harvard University. By day, she works for Government of India...

“20 years ago today a world that I had lived in alone was suddenly open to others. It’s been wonderful. Thank you.” J.K. Rowling‏ Everything, from Facebook to Twitter is busy celebrating 20 years of Harry potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, so we couldn’t be left behind. Take this quiz of just 7 questions from the 7 books...

‘Mrinalini Gets Married’ by Sahana Ahmed was the Editor's Pick of the Week. Read the interview to know more about her work and experience.

Juggernaut Books is delighted to announce the upcoming film adaptation of Abheek Barua’s crime novel City of Death.

She's sexy, she's racy, she's daring. Scarlett Grey doesn't mince words when it comes to sex.

Get your punctuation right. Know the difference between You're and Your. Some simple tips to get your writing on track.

Umme Kulsum is an 18-year-old student who started writing at the age of 15. Her short story As The Sun Set is our Editor’s Pick of the Week. Most children start by reading fairytales, but Umme started with the Nancy Drew notebooks. On Wattpad, her books have been read more than 450,000 times, and her stories on Tap...

Read an excerpt from When I Hit You, Meena Kandasamy's powerful novel about an abusive marriage

If you're writing a romance, don't look any further. These are the essentials of any, writes bestselling author Arvind Parashar

Mayur Didolkar is a fan of popular fiction and has published one novel "The Dark Road" where a super-smart private detective, Prasanna Killedar, investigates a murder of a young girl. Here he talks about his all time favourite women detectives in fiction.