As Partridge India is a partnership between Penguin Books India and Author Solutions Inc., we have invited some of our successful self-published Indian authors to contribute guest articles to our blog. Thankfully they are more than happy to help guide and inspire India’s writers to share their stories with the world through self-publishing.
Partridge India Blog welcomes artist and published author, Amitabh Sengupta. He shares how his art and his book, Scroll Paintings of Bengal, have been inspired by his time living and working as an art teacher in Nigeria.
Partridge India Blog is proud to introduce one of our very first Partridge India Published authors. We are delighted to feature a two part series of guest articles by Manisha Gupta, author of “Prodigy of Errors.”
In the third of her four-part Partridge India Blog series, Nilu N Gavankar continues her fascinating account of her meeting with Mother Theresa. She describes the 15 minutes they sat together as being “almost like peaceful meditation time” for her.
Partridge India was recently introduced by Penguin Books India to offer the country’s writers even more opportunities to share their stories with the world. Established as India’s premier publisher, Penguin’s library features many of Indian literature’s most significant contributors, including Booker Prize-winners Arundhati Roy and Kiran Desai.
Today’s Partridge India Blog’s guest author is Romesh Chopra. He has been involved in the performing arts for much of his life as an actor, writer, editor and critic. He published with AuthorHouse in 2012 and he talks about his reasons for choosing self-publishing, his experiences working with AuthorHouse and how becoming a published author even taught him how to use a computer and how to type. All in his 69th year.
Partridge India Blog welcomes English Studies lecturer from the University of Hyderabad and self-published author, Dr. Shree Deepa. She published her book, Harry Potter and Indian Mythology, co-authored with K.S. Karra, through AuthorHouse.