5 Autobiographies You Must Read

  1. Playing it My Way

By Sachin Tendulkar

When the Master Blaster decides to write about his journey, you are very likely to predict what’s on the plate. Playing It My Way is a must read for everyone who is in for a cricket delight. Sachin shares a lot of stuff that he never shared in public. Say what?

  1. The Story of My Life

By Helen Keller

Dedicated to Alexander Bell, this classic is all about how Anne Sullivan (Helen’s instructor for her entire life) got the best out of the blind and deaf Helen Keller. If motivation is what you are looking for, this is the book for you.

  1. Wings of Fire

By Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s

By no means was Dr. Kalam a normal human. His journey from ‘any other poor child in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu’ to being known as Missile Man and later President of India is breathtaking. Dr. Kalam loved teaching and even in his autobiography, one can learn a lot of life and its affairs.

  1. On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft

By Stephen King

When the king of thrills decides to write about his life, every writer is in for a piece of advice or two. With the entire book divided into 5 sections, each section focuses on a lot of different things From fighting obstacles, finding inspirations, giving pieces of advice, this book has a lot to motivate upcoming writers.

  1. Losing My Virginity: How I Survived, Had Fun, and Made a Fortune Doing Business My Way

By Richard Branson

If there is one book about entrepreneurship that you should read, it has to this one. Richard talks about how businesses are not run by money or conventions but with a willful attitude to achieve and conquer. Ideally, this book is best suited for the start-up mood of the country. Is it on your Booklist yet?

So which book is your next #FridayReads? Comment down below.

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