Shelley Seale, author of Weight of Silence: The Invisible Children of India, reveals how she was transformed by volunteering at an orphanage in India.
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I am very excited to announce the publication of my first book, Song of India: Tales of Travel and Transformation. It’s a a collection of 10 stories from my travels in India. Song of India is available for purchase from Amazon.com.
The winners of the Eat, Pray, Love contest gathered at the Chapters-Indigo book store in downtown Toronto on Wednesday, August 11 to pick up their free passes to a preview screening of the film and a whole lot more.
Today, July 18 is Elizabeth Gilbert’s birthday and I salute her for writing Eat, Pray, Love and inspiring others. I too went on a journey of self-discovery to India, and I know the value.
A while I ago, I wrote a blog post that listed my Top 10 Books on India (thus far). This is the second installment in my series, Books I love about India.
Classics, prize winners, histories about India Just before the news broke about the terror attacks in Mumbai, I was going to write about my favourite Indian books and books about India. Ironically, one of my top picks is Maximum City by Suketu Mehta, an incredibly well-researched and well-written book about Bombay. Having recently read that […]