Partridge India Good News- Summer 2016
The summer season is drawing to a close, with a wide variety stories, novels, and books. The past summer’s Partridge authors have showcased their range and variety through a cavalcade of books, including children’s stories, memoirs, and adventure. As such Partridge India wants to share some Good News in the form of new and interesting titles, as well as testimonials from recent authors.
Debadrita Jana’s Mind on Paper engages readers in written snapshots of daily life, while Laxmi Parasuram’s Pursuit of Freedom follows the struggles of a young Indian girl seeking out the American Dream. In A Teenager’s Death, S.R. Shanbhag argues about the anxiety- driven lifestyles of present-day teenagers, primarily through poems, descriptions, and prose. Join Girish Rathna on an adventure filled with terrible doomsday devices, ancient cults, and a team of heroes in The Ein Stein S.O.S. And don’t forget to enjoy the adventures of Percival the Pig as he tries to save his lost love, in Rajiv Chopra’s Percival.
Yoginder Sharma, Musings of a Military Maverick
“My publishing experience has been smooth and marked with cordial interactions… I am especially impressed with the quality of editing and composing and speedy response to my request for timely receipt of books.”
Sangita Nambiar, From Within The Brink
Rajiv Chopra, Percival
Girish Rathna, The Ein Stein S.O.S.
Laxmi Parasuram, Pursuit of Freedom
S.R. Shanbhag, A Teenager’s Death
Rajiv Rai, The State in the Colonial Periphery
Debadrita Jana, Mind on Paper
“In one word: excellent. My publishing consultants were very helpful in explaining the processes involved in translating Mind on Paper from a collection of Word documents on my PC to an actual book. They were quick to follow up on my queries and gave me timely reminders to send in important documents. It was all smooth sailing and now my book is published!”