Amazon product page (link): The Archers Revenge.
OK. I must admit that I am no Salman Rushdie or Arundhati Roy. I am not going to win the Pulitzer prize or Nobel Prize for Literature. My book is not going to become a New York Times bestseller!
But, that said, I am extremely glad that my first (short) novel set in India, ‘The Archers Revenge’ has been published as an eBook on Amazon Kindle! Wooooohoooooooooo 🙂 😀 🙂
Here’s the product page:
And here’s the blurb:
“Aryan’s father is killed by a powerful Minister. No one, including the Police, is ready to help him get justice for the death of his father. Can the Minister be allowed to get away with a murder just because he is powerful? What can a mere unarmed individual do?
Aryan realizes he is not totally unarmed – he had been training to get an Olympic medal in Archery. Can one man with bows and arrows be able to bring a powerful Minister, protected by the Police, down to his knees? Can archery win against guns and might?
Set in contemporary India but written for International readers, this tale is bound to change your perspectives about a number of things in life. Underdogs are not always underdogs. Friends are not always friends. Destiny never favors only a few.”
Since this is an eBook published on the Kindle, you can read it on Kindle (highly recommended), Tablets, Computer/Laptop or Smart Phones (with large screens) via Amazon reading apps.
I am doing a free promo for this book from June 01 – June 03. So, if you read this post one one of these three days, go ahead and buy it while it is free. You can decide whether to read or not, later! 🙂
Since this is my first attempt at writing a novel (half-novel actually – 30k words, 114 pages), don’t go in with huge expectations. If possible, let me know what you didn’t like in the book so that I can write my future stories better 🙂
Writing a novel, I have just found, is a difficult task. It took me 7 months to complete this half-novel! But I am glad that I managed to write and publish at least one novel in my lifetime. I am proud that I even managed to complete it in the midst of so many other tasks.
Yaaaayyyyyyyyy 🙂 😀 🙂 .I now feel like how Manisha feels in this song:
I know what you are thinking – Evan summave guddhippan . . . Ippo novel vara publish pannittan . . . sollava venum 😀 😛 😛