I have been hard at work here between my day job and my writing to get book two moving along.
It looks like if you still order soon today, you can still get the book delivered on Sunday. The Peacock Throne Wars and a nice tall glass of something cold makes for a great escape on a hot summer day.
Speaking of Father’s Day, did you see this adorable video of my youngest fan, my granddaughter? Being a father and grandfather is such a blessing. I hope that you get to see your children this weekend.
I am working on growing my email list and am doing a fun giveaway as an incentive to sign up.
The more signups I get, the more books I’m going to give away. By receiving this email about my blog being up, you are NOT signed up for my email list. The email list is a separate thing from the blog.
Be sure to sign up for my email list HERE and be prepared to maybe win. 🙂
The Peacock Throne Wars had its global eBook launch on Aug 15 celebrating the 75 years of Indian Independence. Mr. Akbar Khan the great Director\Producer\Actor of Taj Mahal, Akbar the Great and Tipu Sultan fame had graciously joined our panel for The Peacock Throne Wars book launch in Title Waves, Bandra, Mumbai. Here is Mr, Khan again facilitating us on a successful eBook GLOBAL Launch of our book on Kindle eBooks!
Love the enthusiasm of our youngest fan upholding the sword of war, which is the inspiration for ‘The Peacock Throne Wars’, the hot new historical thriller! Please join us in celebrating the global launch of our Kindle eBook globally today. We are now available across the globe for your reading pleasure, please order your copy today to enjoy! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B9FJVLTL or in India at www.amazon.in/dp/9392428197?ref=myi_title_dp
My book “The Peacock Throne Wars” continues to rank in the Hot new sellers list on Amazon since its launch on July 27th. My thanks to all the readers who are enjoying the book at this moment, and looking forward to your reviews and comments, during India’s 75th Independence Day celebration in Delhi! .
It’s said that on the darkest of nights, when for long stretches, as they walked; Lakshman could not see Ram, and grew weary. Then as his hope ebbed, to its depths, Sita would step aside on the path, to let Lakshman glimpse, his God, Ram. His faith would be renewed, at the light, of his vision, and he would walk on unafraid, even in the dark. Faith in this divine light, is woven, into our Diwali Diya’s, to welcome our true internal Ram, back home. Welcome this Diwali light into our hearts, as we have seen too much darkness and suffering, this year