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24 #ReasonsToRead by 24 Indian Authors And 70 Books To Win - Celebrate #WorldBookDay!

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Do you read books? Yes? *High-Five*. If your answer was no, here are 24 #ReasonsToRead, by Indian Authors, for you to pick up a book and start reading.

Reading is not as boring as many people would have told you or you probably thought, but it is a world full of impossibilities coming to life, emotions are at their high and many more!

Apart from giving you a reason to read, the authors have also recommend a book for you. I guess, I have kind of read your mind. *What recommendations? They will recommend their own books* NO! they haven't!.

Instead they have recommend a book which is not written by them and and and... And there are 70 Books (e-books and Physical copy) to be won! These books will be given by Indian Authors as a gift for you to explore and continue reading, irrespective of  you being an avid reader. How to win a copy of the book? Keep on reading... 

Gang of Insomniacs is the most recent book written by Shikha and she recommends you to read Own It by Aparna Jain.

Supercouples is the most recent book written by Prachi Garg and she recommends you to read Alchemist.

The Tree with a Thousand Apples is the most recent book written by Sanchit Gupta and he recommends you to read Half of a Yellow Sun.

Fire Girl: Essays on India, America, and the In-Between is the most recent book written by Sayantani Dasgupta and she recommends you to read Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala.

Arranging love, contemporary way! is the most recent book written by Poornima Dhiman and she recommends you to read The Moth presents all the wonders - Catherine Burns.



The 365 Days is the most recent book written by Nikhil Ramteke and he recommends you to read Malgudi by R.K.Narayan.

Transit for Beginners is the most recent book written by Rheea Mukherjee and she recommends you to read Neon Noon by Tanuj Solanki.

The Curse of Nalanda is the most recent book written by Manna Bahadur and she recommends you to read The Devotion of suspect X' by Keigo Higashino.


Savoir Faire is the most recent book written by Ashwini Dodani and he recommends you to read Who Will Cry When You Will Die? - Robin Sharma.

Cabbing All The Way is the most recent book written by Jatin Kuberkar and he recommends you to read any book by R.K Narayan as they are Simple, Soulful and very very relatable!! :)


Teenage diaries - the days that were is the most recent book written by Saurabh Sharma and he recommends you to read It ends with us by colleen hoover.

Don't Look Down is the most recent book written by Karishma Attari and she recommends you to read Vernon God Little by DBC Pierre.

In the Shadows of Death is the most recent book written by Sourabh Mukherjee and he recommends you to read The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins.

The Traversers' Memoirs: Wondrous Realms is the most recent book written by S. M. Y. Rafi and he recommends you to read The Silmarillion.

Metro Diaries- 2 is the most recent book written by Namrata and she recommends you to read The Book Thief by Markus Zusak.

PANORAMA: A Collection of Short Stories is the most recent book written by Shilpi Chaklanobis and she recommends you to read Anamika by Soorina Desai.

Manifest The Life You Love is the most recent book written by PAULAMIE MUKHERJEE and she recommends you to read The Universe Has Your Back by Gabby Bernstein.

SUHANI is the most recent book written by Mamta Wathare and she recommends you to read The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho.

UNNS-The Captivation is the most recent book written by Sapan Saxena and he recommends you to read Arranging Love, Contemporary Way by Poornima Dhiman.

Grow Up Messy is the most recent book written by Paromita Goswami and she recommends you to read His share of the sky by Rashmi Narzary.

Arjun: Without a Doubt is the most recent book written by Sweety Shinde and she recommends you to read Shyam chi Aai (in Marathi - by Sane Guruji).

The THC is the most recent book written by Manoj Jain and he recommends you to read The Razors Edge by Somerset Maugham.

Dronacharya at the Workplace is the most recent book written by Meghdoot Karnik and he recommends you to read Salim Must Die – by Mukul Deva.

How to win a book?
Details
  • In all there are 70 books, written by the participating authors, to be won by 70 people.
  • These books are across various genres and are in e-book and paperback format.
  • The winners of the gift books cannot demand for a particular genre or format of the book as they will be issued randomly.
  • Paper back format books will only be sent to participants residing within India while e-books are for everyone.
  • The books are given as gift copies, however you are most welcome to write reviews of the same on your blog, social media profiles, goodreads, amazon, flipkart, etc..
  • The contest ends on the midnight 25 April, 2017 and the winners will be announced by 27 April, 2017.
Get Going Now!

A very happy #WorldBookDay to you!
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