Born at New Delhi, Tanushree worked in the corporate sector for eight long years before she quit the rat race to write.
A well-known travel writer and novelist, she is passionate about travelling and writing. Climate change and the environment are of special interest to her. Tanushree enjoys writing in different genres. This has led to her writing in historical, military, crime, and paranormal genres.
She has written fifteen nonfiction books and an equal number of novels. Among her books are Nurjahan’s Daughter, Boots Belts Berets, On the Double, Escape from Harem, Solo in Singapore, A Closetful of Skeletons, Before you Breathe, No Margin for Error and The Teenage Diary of Rani Laxmibai, The Girls in Green, Spooky Stories and An Invitation to Die.
Decoding the Feronia Files, written by her, is the first Indian Cli Fi thriller.
Three of her books, Boots Belts Berets, A Closetful of Skeletons, and The Girls in Green, are being adapted into web series.
She lives in Pune.