Sharing the links, in addition to Amazon, for international and domestic sales — for the print and varied digital formats of my new poetry book — along with some photos below representing each of the places the book takes you to.
All details of the book are here:
The Amazon and varied international listings are already processed and I will share the links as and when they go live. This book, unlike the previous, will not be available in stores for a while due to the pandemic situation.
The listings here on The Dogears Bookshop are all international links and can be used to purchase all my five books, both in India and globally.
The river Hoogly in Kolkata
Darbhanga Ghat – Banaras, while on an evening row-boat cruise
The Kanchenjunga, from my window, in Darjeeling
Kalimpong – the chapel of my school St Joseph’s Convent
A Baul Singer on the train to Shantiniketan
Sunset on the Hoogly in rural Bengal
By the Ganges – a weekend getaway.
Arthur Miller // “I’m a writer, and everything I write is both a confession and a struggle to understand things about myself and this world in which I live. This is what everyone’s work should be…whether you dance or paint or sing. It is a confession, a baring of your soul, your faults, those things you simply cannot or will not understand or accept. You stumble forward, confused, and you share. If you’re lucky, you learn something.”
An attempt now to sum up the book☺️🤓… There comes a time in your life, when you have to leave the past behind, move onto what’s new and bright, for only then a new life you’ll inscribe. It’s time to embrace new friends – who open up their lives and want you to step in; leave those who have long shut their hearts; carry those along – who never leave your side whether you’re a success or a failure in life, knowing how hard you’ve tried to scale every rung you climbed, falling flat on your face so often, while they have great luck they’ve been given. It’s painful but it’s true – you outgrow relationships and friendships once true, just like you do clothes and shoes too. Why then do I keep holding on to the past – embedded in my heart, not allowing new relationships to flourish – afraid they will not match what was but is long lost and gone. — Shuvashree Chowdhury
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