“You waited years for this, Aditi! Just answer the damn phone,” she growled at me. So I did. Ravi sounded warm. His voice still made me weak in the knees. Ugh. We exchanged a few lines like any two acquaintances would. It was polite conversation. He asked me how my family was doing. I asked… Continue reading A Snippet from my New Release
It's here! My Christmas romance novella. Available worldwide and free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Perfect-New-York-Christmas-ebook/dp/B0771V6Z2Y
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Hello. It's me again - Ernie Fish. Yes, the famous cat expert. Giri and Garby are my famous cats. You must have heard about them as well because my cats are super famous just like me! Things were going well and the three of us were conducting workshops for humans all over India. You know,… Continue reading Ernie Fish Returns
So Book 3 is available on ALL Amazon sites 🙂 Hope it spreads the message that I want it to. https://www.amazon.in/Just-Sink-Pot-Sudesna-Ghosh-ebook/dp/B01N4VLQ5H
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India is of the modern era. It is the ‘I’ in the BRIC countries routinely referred to by commentators as the fastest growing world economies. 65 years after the country achieved independence India has truly come of age.
And yet its customs and traditions live on. The perceived middle classes may have embraced the Internet, mobile devices, flat-screen TVs and social media but family values still run deep. Sue Ghosh, in her entertaining novella, illustrates these values by reference to her own family.
We meet, sometimes via her mother and at other times through her own young eyes, her grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. For better or for worse they are family and are connected. Firmly connected too. Here in the West we acknowledge grannies, aunts and uncles. We send them cards, sometimes visit or are visited. But rarely are they part of our day to day lives.
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