How bookstores can turn the page on terminal decline

Almost every evening I pass by the Crossword bookstore on Turner Road in Bandra, a Mumbai suburb, around the corner from where I reside. Its opening more than a decade ago was a big deal – book lovers flocked to it and there was much oohing and aahing over its size, a ground-plus-one-storey format. The … Continue reading How bookstores can turn the page on terminal decline

Father’s Day letter to my daughter: How do you write a book? One word at a time

Fulfilment lies on the road that forks away from the fear of failure. As you navigate your way through teenage, you’ll often find yourself frustrated, unhappy with something you can’t even put a finger on. It’s not that what you have isn’t good; you simply want more. You’ll feel this at various stages of your … Continue reading Father’s Day letter to my daughter: How do you write a book? One word at a time