Solve a murder mystery with Ahana in Murder in the Palace, see Tess’ Kaleidoscopic World come alive, visit Oseye’s Egyptian land in An Archaic World, travel through time with The Time Traveller, feel the chills of the paranormal in Neil’s Shoes, understand an artist’s perspective in Sunset or Sunrise, with Kwakan welcome a new star in Banon’s Conundrum, and unravel a historical mystery with A Holy Book.
Goya is a collection of stories that feel real, and relatable. You immerse yourself completely. The stories are like a rainbow – intangible, fictional, yet so real that you cannot shake the illusion. And just like a rainbow is a spectrum of varied hues, this book is a collection of 27 colorful stories, encompassing a variety of perspectives and emotions.
From short notes on love to landscapes for stargazing, Rewind offers a collection of playlists with poems of various themes. Read some of the best poems that the poets of Poetry Parlour have brought together in this beautiful collection.
The Hawk has taken flight from its Nest. Hawk’s Flight, the second one in the ‘Hawks of ArtoonsInn’ series, is a book of stories of courthouses and conscience, of attorneys and anguish, stories to tickle your funny bone and stories to pull at your heartstrings. ArtoonsInn proudly presents to you, yet another compilation of some of the best stories from events held in ArtoonsInn Writers Room in 2019.
Written by the Artoons
1. Jayashree Pillai 2. Sanchari Banerjee 3. Sarveswari Sai Krishna 4. Pallavi Sawant Uttekar 5. Itali Madhusmita 6. Arva Bhavnagarwala 7. Sonal Singh 8. Shweta Singh 9. Ranjit Narayanan 10. Ratnakar Baggi 11. Tanima Das Mitra 12. Sai Surve-Rane 13. Aoishi Chakrabarti 14. Srivalli Rekha 15. Seema Taneja
A Housing Society and a narrator who has the power to peep into the keyholed doors and peer through embellished nameplates.
What does he discover?
This book is a collection of short stories revolving around the lives of people living in the ‘Rainbow Housing Society’. Just like the name of the society, the lives of the inhabitants are full of different colors. The narrator silently witnesses human beings in their sheer human glory and goes about pondering on the complexities of human nature. Each story is not connected to the other, yet in the end, it forms a wholesome story.