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To support charitable causes,  BCP  Writers and SHE Writers Group have supported the Red Cross, Save the Children, Give India, a school in Manali, Karnataka suburbs, and New Delhi; in 2022-2023, we donated around 700 CHF; in 2021, we donated 1200 CHF from book sales. In 2020, around 700 CHF.. Publishers, writers, editors, and coordinators work as volunteers. Support us by buying our books, writing a review on Amazon, and recommending our books to your friends and family. The books listed below were published from 2020-2024.

Thank you for being a writer, reader, or volunteer. Together, we can bring a positive change!

She Achieves (2024) - Book Launch on 8 March 2024 - Grab your copy from the links below!

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Editorial team: Dr. Teesta Ghosh (US), Ms. Debaleena Mukherjee (India), Ms. Radhika Singh (India), Dr. Rejina Sadhu (Switzerland),  Ms. Saleha Singh (Australia).
Coordination team: Dr. Jesleen Papneja (US), Dr. Vinita Godhera (Australia).
Production team:  Ms. Sumona Ghosh (US),  Ms. Ashwathy Menon (India), Ms. Brindarica Bose (Switzerland). 
Project by SHE Writers Group and Bose Creative Publishers (BCP).

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She Achieves is the sixth book of short stories published by 16 women authors of Indian origin worldwide. Hailing from different professional backgrounds, the SHE project’s primary goal is to provide a creative platform for women’s voices and their reflections on daily lives. None of the authors come from a ‘purely literary’ background, and yet, as scientists, bankers, academics, engineers, managers and homemakers, they all have a story to share. The short stories in this book offer a glimpse into how women have navigated their everyday lives and work. They appear in distinct roles, sometimes as trailblazers and at other times as innovators and facilitators. They are vulnerable, resilient, fragile, resourceful, sensitive, and determined individuals. Sheila, Durga and Aparajita (I Am, Immortal Durga, Aparajita) are pioneers who dared to break the social mould at a time when very few women entered the professional fields, paving the way for future generations. In sharp contrast for the Daughter of the Desert, Reyan, and Rani (The Artist, Rani, Tears of Sand), work is about survival in a world of relentless challenges rather than choice. Rini, Sonali, Bella, Memsahib, Darshana and Meera (The Urban Cocoon, Crossroads, The Woman in the Shadows, Memsahib, Victory and A Dream Deferred) are courageous enough to reinvent and reimagine their career paths later in life in response to monumental odds and changing circum-stances. For women in pursuit of professional excellence, it boils down to hard choices about motherhood. Is it possible to balance both? The corporate lady, Nayantara and Tina (Renata, The Constellational Odds and All in a Day) have quite different answers to this question. Amrit and Minisha (The Decision and Firedance) are determined to fight discrimination in the workplace by acts of revolt that shatter the status quo. The collective strength of women is revealed as Uma, Durga and Maneka (The Giving Well) fight prejudice in their village to realise their dream of becoming entrepreneurs. Ranya (It Takes a Village) a single parent in a foreign land, leans on another woman when she finds herself in a predicament. To what extent should the work women do define and shape their identity? For Olefia (The Women We Leave Behind) it’s not a simple answer whereas for Mrs. Mehta (A Fitting Farewell) it surprisingly is.

Business Travel Anecdotes

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Written by Andrew R. Nicoll, Switzerland.

This is not your typical travel guide to a particular country, giving you all the information about the best hotels, the best places to visit, and the best places to eat. There is no mention of cultural differences or of what needs to be respected. There are no paid adverts enticing you to visit and ending with a freebie. This is a collection of anecdotes from business trips around the world carried out personally covering all the good, the odd, and the funny situations that can occur. On railways, in hotels, in all-weather situations, in restaurants, and in research institutes. The time period here is at least twenty years ago – so things have changed, and city infrastructures are today totally different. The pictures included are of that time period and today are different. If at all, the pictures represent a snapshot of what it was then.

She Seeks (2023)

Written by: SHE Writers Group

She Seeks is the fifth book of short stories in the ‘She’ series published by a group of fourteen women authors of Indian origin spread across the world. Hailing from different professional backgrounds, the SHE project’s main aim is to provide a creative platform for women’s voices and their reflections on daily lives. None of the authors come from a ‘purely literary’ background—and yet, as scientists, bankers, professors, engineers, managers and homemakers, they all have a story to share. The stories in She Seeks essentially revolve around how humans have used their minds to navigate a complex world. The mind, in constant interaction with a dynamic environment, is perpetually seeking answers. Sometimes this takes the form of a yearning for or a desire to connect with the past—often termed nostalgia. The journey down memory lane can shed a light on a present predicament or a problem or lead to new self-realizations. In other situations, the mind works like a laser beam; honing in on an enigma or mystery with a singular objective of solving it. The mind prescribes what action is required to be taken in times of imminent danger or threats. Such actions can take the form of fight or flight, adrenalin-fueled adventures, or outmanoeuvring the adversary by deploying—to paraphrase the famous detective Hercule Poirot—one’s ‘gray cells.’  (India) (Europe, (US, (Pothi, India) (Amazon, NZ) (Amazon, AU) (Amazon, UAE)  Book Depository
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Wanderlust - Travel Stories (2022)
15 travellers have come together to write this book of anecdotes and essays from their recent travels around the world. From ship voyages, to fishing in Alaska, to visitng India's ancient forts and walls, to reaching the ends of the world in both poles. This book is unique when you read the potpourri of stories shared across Alaska, Argentina, Armenia, Italy, France, India, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey, and Indonesia.

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She Shines (2022)

The stories in 'She Shines' are like myriad precious stones in a necklace, strung together through a common thread, yet each stone has a shape and color of its own. This common thread is resilience. The female gender throughout cultures, and perhaps through her own unique feminine stance, has borne the brunt of many impossible circumstances. Yet, within her, certain persistence and forbearance exist, that can turn things around. The luminosity of light is appreciated because of the darkness surrounding it. It is this simple yet undeniable fact that threads through the stories in 'She Shines'. Our stories of resilience and victory are seasoned with two different flavors - the real and the surreal. 

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In Search of Sherpur: An Immigrant's Memoir 

This book is a memoir  written by Prof. J. Bhattacharyya , US; and his search for home, describing his journey from early childhood when he had to leave his home in Sherpur, as an immigrant  travel to Kolkata during the partition, and then he  went to Delhi, later travelled to Brussels and settled down in the US. With stand-alone chapters which are hilarious as well as stories lined with pain of separation from home, family and friends,  expats and immigrants will connect with this book immediately. Published in 2021.
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She Celebrates 

This book has 21 short stories, based on 21 Indian festivals, showcasing India’s rich cultural heritage. Wherever we live in the world, we keep these traditions close to our heart. Each story ends with a festive recipe and an illustration. Published in 2020, reprinted in 2021.

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Emotions in Rhythm

Collection of poems by women of Indian origin. Published in 2021.




Indian Grandmas Secret Recipes

Authentic recipes from 16 Indian grandmas and their families. Published in 2021.

This book features 25 authentic regional delicacies from 16 Indian grandmas across India. conceptualised by Mrs. Debjani Dutta (a grandma herself), this book includes recipes from grandmas who are 70 to 95 years old from various parts of India. It also has legacy recipes passed on by family members. During the pandemic it took almost two years for the collaborators to put together this book.

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She Reflects

Short stories with female protagonists in all age groups. Published in 2021.

This book has 43 flash fictions. Written by 22 women, it follows the journey of river Ganga, with female protagonists experiencing different stages of life, in 43 micro stories. The book starts with a story set in Kilimanjaro, and ends with a story in the mother’s womb.



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Social Entrepreneurs and Change Makers

7 global social entrepreneurs (founders and leaders) share their advice.

This book features 7 founders of social entreprises from India, Switzerland, South Africa and the US. With case studies and interviews, this book talks about how and why these leaders started their social projects, and how we, as a community can support such causes. It talks about projects to support textiles from conflict zones, educate the underprivileged, or empower women with a handicraft and skill. Each social entrepreneur adds his or her personal note, which makes the book very interesting to read.

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Sketching Diaries

5 Swiss artists share their urban sketches and sketches from around the world and from Switzerland. Published in 2019.

This book features 5 Swiss artists and their sketches from around the world. Paintings done from hotel rooms in Australia, to skyline sketches from New York, this book takes you round the world with anecdotes and sketching tips.

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Write  to how many copies and postal address, and TWINT 18 CHF to 0788705363 or pay using  On receipt of payment, copies will be posted.

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