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Vivek Tejuja
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The Jeffrey Archer Interview: Heads You Win is a return to form

Having authored over 25 novels, which have been translated into over 37 languages and published in over 97 countries, Jeffrey Archer has nothing left to prove to the world. But the legendary author is not done yet, continuing his prolific output with Heads You Win, a Cold War era thriller about the power of fate. He spoke to Flipkart Stories about his latest novel, his favorite books, and the comparisons to Kane and Abel
Vivek Tejuja
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Pyjamas Are Forgiving: Bollywood’s Queen of Sass is back!

The bold and unforgiving Twinkle Khanna is back! With Pyjamas Are Forgiving, Twinkle plans to yet again, take us on a rollercoaster ride packed with one-of-a-kind humor, sharp wit and tons of food for thought. Here, we talk to her about her latest book, the journey of writing, and the adaptation of books to films in the Indian film industry.
Team Flipkart Stories
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The ultimate Big Billion Days reading list – get the best reads on sale!

A book and a cup of tea or coffee is the best gift you can give yourself, and self-love at prices that don’t pinch is what the Big Billion Days sale is all about! With discounts, deals and unbelievable offers up for grabs, now’s a great time to replenish your bookshelf. Take a look at the top 12 books to buy this Big Billion Days sale and ones that you can pre-order at a discount too.
Team Flipkart Stories
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#QuizTheQuizmaster – Tweetchat With Siddhartha Basu, September 25, 2018

Arguably India’s foremost quiz master, Siddhartha Basu has had us racking our brains for decades. Now, with his new book Indian Century: A Quizzical History of the Makers and Making of Modern India, the quizzing wizard-turned-author is ready to sit down and answer some of our questions for a change! Join Flipkart Stories for a real time Twitter conversation with Siddhartha Basu on September 25, 11 am IST. Fill up the form to register your question now. Best audience questions win prizes!
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The Indian Booker? 10 Indian novels that made the JCB prize longlist

Despite a rich body of literary work, India only has a handful of literary prizes, such as the Sahitya Akademi Award and The Hindu Literary Prize. To remedy this, the JCB Literature Foundation is instituting the JCB Prize for Literature, which may just be the Indian Man Booker Prize that our literary landscape is in dire need of! With filmmaker Deepa Mehta chairing the jury and authors like Amitav Ghosh and Rana Dasgupta on board, expectations are at an all-time high. While the winner will be announced only later next month, the longlist of 10 books is out. Here’s all you need to know about this curation of titles.
Vishnu Nair
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From #TLDR to #TIL – A guide to reading Naipaul in 2018

Celebrated novelist and Nobel prize winner V S Naipaul’s books changed the course of English literature in the 20th century. But Naipaul, a man of many contradictions, was also a controversial writer who divided critics and readers alike. Here, we take a look at some of his best works and the man behind them.
Vivek Tejuja
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Priyanka Chopra’s journey is remarkable: author Aseem Chhabra on the global superstar

Fearless, fact-checked and devoid of “masala”, Aseem Chhabra, a Bollywood buff and film writer based in the United States, subverts the age-old Bollywood gossip story with a continental touch. Known for “Shashi Kapoor: The Householder, The Star”, his biography of one of the pioneering patriarchs of Indian cinema, he has now turned his observant eye on one of Bollywood’s brightest stars: Priyanka Chopra.