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Book signings and discussion of The Forgotten Daughter in India

I have just returned for India and what a trip it was! I had book signings for The Forgotten Daughter, which has just been released in India, in bookstores across Bangalore and Delhi and also in BLR and DEL airports. It was wonderful visiting, as a published author, the book stores I had browsed back when writing was just a dream tucked away in a secret, wishful corner of my heart.

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I also was invited by the wonderful Poonam Surie, to speak at the book club for the spouses of the Ministry of External Affairs of India and Ambassadors to India, hosted by the wife of the Foreign Secretary, Mrs. Kyoko Jaishankar at her residence. It was a wonderful and enriching experience.

With Ms. Kyoko Jaishankar and members of EASA book club

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On the 1st of April, I talked about The Forgotten Daughter at the Vasant Vihar Book Club, New Delhi.

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All in all an amazing, humbling experience that I am grateful for. Thank you, all, for your awesome support.

About renitadsilva

Renita D'Silva loves stories, both reading and creating them. Her short stories have been published in 'The View from Here', 'Bartleby Snopes', 'this zine', 'Platinum Page', 'Paragraph Planet' among others and have been nominated for the 'Pushcart' prize and the 'Best of the Net' anthology. She is the author of 'Monsoon Memories','The Forgotten Daughter', 'The Stolen Girl', 'A Sister's Promise', 'A Mother's Secret' and 'A Daughter's Courage'.

2 comments on “Book signings and discussion of The Forgotten Daughter in India

  1. Rebecca Stonehill on said:

    Wow Renita, it looks like you had a very busy, incredible time! Was it nerve-wracking speaking in front of all those people? Rebecca X

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Thank you so much Rebecca. It was an amazing experience. I was nervous initially, but once it started, I was fine. When I am nervous, I repeat the advice a good friend gave me: ‘You know your books best’. Just saw that you have finished your next book – cannot wait to read it, my friend. X

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