If you're dealing with the blues and are in search of hope and encouragement, this list of empowering nonfiction books is for you.
When the going gets tough, read true stories of courage, empowerment, and criticism within these inspiring memoirs by authors of color.
From relationship advice to tips for cutting down on screen time, there’s a non-spiritual self-help book for everyone, including The Body Is Not an Apology: The Power of Radical Self-Love By Sonya Renee Taylor.
If you want to do some serious reading to reflect on humanity and its many aspects, these 5 contemporary literary fiction books are for you, including A Burning By Megha Majumdar.
Get to know South Asia of yore through some excellent historical fiction reads, including Babu Bangladesh! By Numair Atif Choudhury.
These powerful, personal, and hopeful books about addiction cover a gamut of experiences with alcohol and drug addiction.
There’s a whole world of reading out there–why limit yourself to books originally in English? Here are 5 translated novels worth your time, including Where The Wild Ladies Are by Aoko Matsuda, translated by Polly Barton.
We're in Pisces season, which means it's time to channel your creativity! These 6 books by Pisces authors can help.
If you’re tired of the reductive labels assigned to South Asian literature and want to better understand your heritage, this list is for you, including Difficult Daughters By Manju Kapur.
Whether you’re grieving a loved one or dreading the inevitable, these books about death and dying are here to offer comfort, including Ghost Boys by Jewell Parker Rhodes.