Don't Miss Out!

Keep up to date with all our newest releases, promotions and activities, including a chance to meet the authors, by subscribing to the Indireads newsletter

Indiwords

  • The Cinderella Dream (or Why Men Will Just Never Get it!)

    The other day, I was having an argument with the husband and the son, both men who try very hard to see the world from the female perspective if only to anticipate what I am going to be up to next. The argument began because both of them were emphatic that wealthy men do not […]

    Read More

  • Guides and Aspirations

    For the past few months, Indireads has been celebrating one year of operations, one year of books, one year of authors from South Asia. In the grand scheme of things, it seems like we’re mere fledglings, babes in the woods that have a long way to go yet. We are and we do, but we […]

    Read More

  • How To Find A Good Book To Read

    Growing up we had limited choices—one kind of bread, one kind of cereal, one children’s program on television per day—and life was a lot simpler. In these days of plenty, ‘too much choice‘ is a recurring problem and when paired with the modern ‘time is money’ dilemma, it results in continual decision-making stress. To escape […]

    Read More

  • Untitled Manuscript IV

    Constructive criticism is welcomed by all. However, any comments that are overly derogatory in nature will be removed. Please keep in mind that the author, while anonymous, will be reading your feedback. Submissions posted here are not edited and/or proof-read by Indireads. If you are an author hoping for some feedback on the first 800 […]

    Read More

  • Mira Devi’s Light

    Constructive criticism is welcomed by all. However, any comments that are overly derogatory in nature will be removed. Please keep in mind that the author, while anonymous, will be reading your feedback. Submissions posted here are not edited and/or proof-read by Indireads. If you are an author hoping for some feedback on the first 800 […]

    Read More

  • Transitioning from Short Stories to Novels

    Writing a novel is like running a cross-country race. You have to keep the pace, but in order to make it to the finish line, you have to make sure you don’t run out of steam too soon. Cross-country is a better analogy than a racetrack because along the way, there have to be alternate […]

    Read More