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This first book is an outstanding, relaxing read, by a very talented author!It is "Clean"!
Brush with Love by Lisa McKendrick
Paperback, 234 pages
Published October 10th 2017 by Bonneville
Lana, a talented Ivy League artist, and Walt, a small-town farmer, couldn't be more different. She arrives in Bluegill, Idaho, ready to spend the summer painting, excited to study under Walt's grandpa, a brilliant but aging artist. The more she is thrown together with Walt though--and the more she spends time with him--the more she realizes her heart may be drawing up its own plans. As the weeks pass, Lana realizes she'll have to choose between following her dreams or following her heart.
I offer a special "Thank You" to Familius Publishing for providing this adorable Children's book. What child does not LOVE Fairies?
F is for Fairy: A Forest Friends Alphabet Primerby Mike Schramer, Debbie Schramer
Board book, 20 pages
Published March 2018 by Familius
A is for acorn, so much to make.
B is for bakery, tiny donuts and cake!
Venture into a fairy village and learn the ABCs of the fairy world! Featuring stunning photography and art from the bestselling Fairy House, this adorable board book brings magic and wonder to the typical alphabet primer. On every page, tiny fairy children play in magical scenes handmade with natural materials by artists Mike and Debbie Schramer. This colorful ABC book will delight little ones and parents alike with gorgeous imagery and incredible detail.
We give Gratitude to Scott at Wesrwind Communications (http://www.WestWindCos.com|http://www.Book-Marketing-Expert.com)for providing this awesome memoir and travelogue.
Fall in love with India and the bustling city of Mumbai in Ajay Kaul’s book of short stories, Mumbai Matinee, truth-based fiction that acts as both memoir and travelogue.
Orange County, CA -- Fall in love with India and the bustling city of Mumbai in Ajay Kaul’s book of short stories, Mumbai Matinee, truth-based fiction that acts as both memoir and travelogue. Mumbai Matinee portrays the veritable feast of the commerce, people, and danger which make up India’s most populous city and financial capital. Filled with eight interconnected short stories based on Kaul’s life and work there, this charming book is a terrific pleasure read and highly recommended if you plan to visit.
“This is one delightful book – more than just a fine memoir: this book speaks to the oneness of mankind in the finest manner. Ajay Kaul has created a credible contemporary love song to Mumbai and cordially invites us to join him.”
– Grady Harp, Amazon Top 100 Hall of Fame Reviewer
“The events and stories captured in Mumbai Matinee are a reflection of my own experiences in and around the city,” says Kaul. “What stands out about Mumbai is that it is perpetually open for business. Even occasional acts of terrorism have not been able to create a dent in the commercial mindset of the city. People can look for opportunities and count on them. There is huge encouragement everywhere.”
The tenderness of humanity also abounds. “During bomb blasts, people were volunteering their vehicles to get others to the hospital,” says Kaul. “And on a train, men will stand to give children seating. In Mumbai, life gets shared. You are not alone.”
The stories traverse love, danger, and the compassion of strangers in a city that never sleeps. Meet Sawant, a street vendor whose kiosk serves as the area’s gossip and information network; Ashok Pawar, the cop who becomes entangled in bombings and global terrorism, which Kaul experienced first-hand during the 1993 bombings; Rajat and Roohi, the interfaith couple who touch and change Ajay’s life; and Smita, actress extraordinaire, who steals his heart in a tragic love story. And what book on India would be complete without a compelling tale of the sport of cricket?
“One of the true gifts and pleasures of reading is its ability to transport us all over the globe and into new and sometimes very different ways of life. Such is the case with Ajay Kaul’s mesmerizing memoir, MUMBAI MATINEE.”
- John J. Kelly, Detroit Free Press and Cincinnati Beat book reviewer
(Available on Amazon )
About Ajay Kaul, author of Mumbai Matinee
Ajay Kaul is an engineering manager employed with Amazon, working with Alexa. He was born in India and received his degree in engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, and his master’s degree in business administration from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. After graduation he spent several years in and around the city of Mumbai, India, as a full-time employee. He fell in love with the city’s energy and people, and his book of short stories, Mumbai Matinee, is based on his experiences there.
An extensive writer and blogger on the subjects of management and leadership, Kaul plans to write his next book on these topics. Mumbai Matinee is his first fiction book. Kaul is published in the Times of India and the Financial Times, as well as on his blog site the Legends of Leadership and Management series.
He believes that education is the stepping stone to success and has volunteered his time both in India and as a Literacy Tutor with Read San Diego. He loves the sport of Cricket, (except for the five-day tournaments!) and has a passion for travel, having stepped foot on all seven continents.
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