Book AVAILABLE

Hello hello hello,

How’s your Friday going?

The geese are outside gaggling and giggling as I write. Ramblers in Cornwall is live and both ebook and paperback versions are now available on Amazon world-wide (yoohoo!). The links are up on my website under the ‘Book’ section in the menu. It should be available on Barnes & Nobles soon and is in the works.

There seems to be a glitch however which I was happily unaware of earlier. It seems Amazon does not publish paperbacks for the Indian market. And that I cannot bear. To my Indian friends and family, I am working on it even as I take a little time off to jot this down here. So I shall not sit and ramble on as I am wont to do every time I pop into the blog. Instead, I shall swan off to do some research and get this gig underway.

If you grab a copy of the book, I shall look forward to reading your reviews on Amazon/Goodreads.

Springy vibes and smiles,

Arundhati

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Arundhati Basu

The great affair in my life is to travel. I count myself immensely fortunate that my partner shares this passion. We are a team that likes to spend time planning and plotting out places to go. Destination check, flights check, accommodation check, cheesy grins check. Off we go.

16 thoughts on “Book AVAILABLE

    1. Thank you Brianji. It seems Amazon is not doing paperbacks for Mexico too. Grr. I am so annoyed. I am looking at other distribution channels now. A bit tiring but one has to work for the cause.✌🏽

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      1. Light teal and dusky pink? I am slghtly colour blind ma’amji. The lesser form of three. I can see colours all right, though probably not exactly as you do, but I have problems with “boundaries”. Can’t tell some browns form some greens, and many nuances escape me. I saw brown and green. 🤣

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      2. Red and blue? That must be complicated for picking ties up. How interesting. I do see the difference. Though I agree there is only one pink. And I might add: Fuschia is not a colour. 😉
        My regards to Adi.

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  1. Timely as ever, catching up with this now! If your book is as well written as your blog, it’s bound to be good. Believe it or not, despite living in the UK all my life, I’ve only done 2 short breaks and one daytrip to Cornwall. I shall check amazon for the paperback.

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