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Submissions guidelines Ensure you are reading the extract we share on our blog and our social media only Make sure the audio and video quality of the recording is great. Minimise ambient noise, keep the camera steady and record in natural light. Send in your recording with this subject line: “One story one nation...

  For today’s #ReadInstead Litfest session, we had Manu S Pillai, author of Rebel Sultans, give us a fantastic lowdown of the untold story of India’s Rebel Sultans. You can now read about his intriguing session here:  Rebel Sultans is a book of history that is limited to the region that we call Deccan which is...

Key takeaways from Neharika Gupta’s #ReadInstead Lit Fest Writing Workshop on how to write a Millennial Story. Neharika Gupta is the author of Adulting. Here are some key takeaways from her writing workshop: Crafting a millennial character The millennials and Gen Z of the 21st century must relate with the...

While we try to figure new things to do everyday, why not try indulging in a romantic story? Here is a list of romantic stories that will keep you feeling dreamy and filled with hope, for we can all do with some cheering up and love in these strange times. After all, a little bit of romance never hurt anyone! You can...

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...