Free Download of ‘Twice Born’

An offer you can’t refuse. Till 15th September my debut novel ‘Twice Born’ is all yours for zilch. Download for your Kindle or any e-reader and enjoy!!  Here is the code at SMASHWORDS. Go there today and grab yourself  a copy!!!

Promotional price: $0.00
Coupon Code: VF62M
Expires: September 15, 2012


Have you read a book about Glasgow seen through the eyes of first generation Indians? `Twice Born’ does just that. The novel follows the life of a young couple from India and their experiences in Glasgow. `Twice Born’ peels away the layers and presents the simmering progress of their life in Glasgow. Straddling the two cultures, putting down their roots while not forgetting their liberal family values steeped in an ancient culture is a delicate balance for them. The overarching themes of the novel are the universal aspects of love, identity and betrayal. An interesting aspect of the novel is that it also follows Scotland’s fight for Independence as the political events parallels their lives.

2 thoughts on “Free Download of ‘Twice Born’

  1. Claire 'Word by Word'

    What a wonderful occasion the EdBookFest must be, no doubt it will raise the reading list higher too.Interesting to see you made it through Pamuk's 'Museum of Innocence', I decided that he must have made it so long and repetitive in the middle, to really make the reader experience what it is to observe someone in the throws of obsession, a mind numbing obsession, to finish the book was to stay with it and endure its pain, thankfully there was a reward at the end or I may have thrown a book for the first time ever!I see you have also been reading Jackie Kay's short stories, I bought this along with Red Dust Road which I loved and I am looking forward to reading more from her. Nice to discover your blog and your work, bonne continuation, Claire


  2. Leela Soma

    Thank you Claire for your comment. Yes I nearly gave up on Pamuk but the last chapters were worth waiting for. Glad that you like J. KAY too. I'm a big fan of her prose and poetry. Do you have a blog? I would like to connect with people with readers like you.



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