I don’t think I can say this enough but Jeffrey Archer is one of my favorite, favorite authors of all time. His writing is simple, easy, witty, and has a number of twists that always make me go “WOW!” I’ve always held his works in awe and his latest series, the William Warwick series is going the same way. The first book, Nothing Ventured, came out in 2019, and the second book, Hidden in Plain Sight, came out last year. And now, it’s the announcement for the third book that has me going all, “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!”
In a world that is going through so much at a time – let’s all agree that 2020 is one big dumpster fire – we all need love, friendship, and compassion. I don’t even want to talk about the callousness that is rampant in the world today. But I do want to talk about this new novel that’s scheduled for release on September 21, that looks and sounds so beautiful and talks about love and friendship in a world divided.
If you’re someone who is a fan of books that delve deep into the realm of self discovery, science, spirituality, and psychology, then here’s a book that would be perfect for you! Pan Macmillan India will soon be publishing Breathe Believe Balance by Shyamal Vallabhjee that will give you an insight into it all, to help to stay motivated during these trying times!
I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again: Jeffrey Archer is one of my favorite authors of all time! And to see his books coming hot out of the press, it feels like he’s writing just for me. If an author manages to make that level of connection with their readers, then they obviously have to be among the best. And Jeffrey Archer is one such! He brings in unexpected twists, shocks and surprises you, makes you laugh, makes you swear, makes you cry, but no matter what, you’ll fall in love with his writing!
Jeffrey Archer is one of my favorite authors of all time and his Clifton Chronicles is one of my favorite series. And this September, 5th to be precise, Jeffrey Archer’s new book, Nothing Ventured releases.
Revealing the cover for Edward Snowden’s memoir, ‘Permanent Record’ coming this September.
The death of eminent politician Shashi Tharoor’s wife, Sunanda Pushkar caused quite some controversy in the media. Sunanda Mehta pens down the Sunanda Pushkar’s story. Published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is all set to release on the 26th of July this year.
Here’s another exciting cover reveal for a book that is so important for us in this time and age. Called Gay Icons of India, written by Hoshang Merchant and Akshaya K. Rath, and published by Pan Macmillan India, this book is a celebration of 22 queer people who have been such inspirations that it’s hard to talk about LGBTQIA without talking about them.