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Online Chat with Bestselling Authors on #Goodreads

November 12, 2014 Leave a comment

On Saturday, November 15th join ALLi award-winning authors and powerhouses of Indie publishing – J.F. (Joanna) Penn, Bette Lee Crosby, Orna Ross, Patricia Sands, Christine Nolfi, Jessica Bell, Linda Gillard, Rasana Atreya and Joni Rodgers for a discussion of the heroines we love, unlikely heroines, and stereotypes of women in fiction. We’re giving away paperbacks in a variety of genres: suspense novels sure to keep you on the edge of your seat, contemporary literature to warm your heart and literary gems from authors across the globe.

Don’t forget to join the party and feel free to invite your book loving friends!

https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/2054092-alli-goodreads-event

Theme of Chat: Strong Heroines, Unlikely Heroines, and Stereotypes of Women in Fiction

Trivia relating to one of my novels: I was going to call my novel Half A Girlfriend. Then Chetan Bhagat (India’s biggest selling author) announced he was going to call his novel Half Girlfriend (without the A). It didn’t help at all that both our protagonists were called Madhav. I wanted to go ahead with my original name anyway till wiser counsel prevailed, and my novel ended up as 28 Years A Bachelor. My other works are Tell A Thousand Lies (novel) and The Temple Is Not My Father (novella). These books are currently available on Amazon, Smashwords and Kobo.

If you’d like to join the Goodreads chat but are unsure of what to ask me, here are a few quotes to get you started.

Free Downloads #theTempleIsNotMyFather #theMosquitoAndTheTeapot

July 14, 2014 2 comments

I have two books that I’d love reviews for. I’ve written the first one. My kids have written and illustrated the second. They are FREE on Amazon (US/UK/India etc) on July 14/15. The books have been beta-read, proofread, and edited,but errors do creep in. If you find any, please email at rasana@RasanaAtreya.com. Thank you.

Note:You do not need an ereader to read these books. You can download a kindle app for your PC, smartphone, iPad etc.

 

These will be available on Apple, B&N, Kobo etc mid-October.

The Mosquito and the Teapot

The Temple Is Not My Father