It’s Launch Day!! Two new ebooks from Story Artisan Press are available for download today. Purchase from Amazon: https://buff.ly/2HjAP82 and https://buff.ly/2HjAPF4. These links should take you to the Amazon marketplace in the country of your residence. Please share this news within your circles. We would love to see reviews on Amazon, on Goodreads, in your blogs and social media posts. Write to us and share your stories about Desi Modern Love and your Train Friends. https://buff.ly/33WrCwm
Love is a basic human need and it has been shown to have many health benefits. Love has the power to improve a person’s physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. Story Artisan Press is publishing Desi Modern Love, an anthology of contemporary accounts of Love. In a sense, the writers committed acts of Love when they recorded their experiences of grace. At Story Artisan Press we believe that by publishing these stories we are sending positive healing energies out into the Universe and to our readers. Get ready to bring love into your life on August 23rd!
Revealing the cover for Train Friends – Bombay Roots, Parallel Tracks, Shared Journeys. A new collection of essays from the co-founders of Story Artisan Press, Nandini Patwardhan and Ranjani Rao. How do you like our cover? Let us know what comes to mind upon first view. Are you surprised? Intrigued? Pleased?
Story Artisan Press co-founder Nandini Patwardhan recollects her days of growing up in Mumbai in the 1960s. She takes us back on a nostalgic ride to simpler times as she explores the intricate nuances of motherhood. Here’s a free peek into the upcoming essay collection – Train Friends.
Nandini Patwardhan, co-founder of Story Artisan Press and co-author of the new essay collection, Train Friends – Bombay Roots, Parallel Tracks. Shared Journeys, talks about her inspiration for writing this book.
What is the value of an object? Is it the price you pay for it? Or is it the significance in the greater scheme of things? Ranjani Rao, co-founder of Story Artisan Press shares the story of her first wrist watch bought in Mumbai and why it holds a special place in her heart. Here is a free peek into the soon to be launched essay collection – Train Friends.
Ranjani Rao, co-founder of Story Artisan Press and co-author of the new essay collection, Train Friends – Bombay Roots, Parallel Tracks. Shared Journeys, talks about her inspiration for writing this book.