Saturday, August 29, 2015

Book Launch # 1 of 'The Girl Who Loved a Pirate' by Vinita Nangia & Sumant Batra in Delhi

Here are the highlights from the Delhi launch of 'The Girl Who Loved a Pirate', India's first spy thriller on pirates. 

  • Packed house. 
  • All books sold out. 
  • Fantastic conversations. 
  • The most stupendous experience.
Thank you Vinita Nangia & Sumant Batra for releasing the book. Thank you all those who made it to Oxford Bookstore, Connaught Place despite massive traffic jams on Friday evening. Thank you The Park, New Delhi for sponsoring the prize.

In Safe Hands!

Packed House.

The Cute Pirate

The good looking Pirate

My Writer Friends

Book Signing. 

Dad and Mom

The Expression Says it All

The Pirate With a Twist

The Pretty Creative Writing Mentors

The Chotu Pirate

The Serious Pirates 

Holding Their Attention 

Here's the coverage in The Times of India. Click here to read online. 

NEWS STORY in Photo Journey assisted by Literature Studio: "I have never seen such a fabulous turnout for a book launch. From famous bloggers to founders of literary organisations, everyone was there, and so were writers and avid readers. Vinita Nangia of The Times of India and Sumant Batra, Founder of the Kumaon Literary Festival, were in conversation with the author. The event was a huge success. And the copies simply flew off the rack. Every single one was sold and there was a long queue of people who wanted to get their copies signed." Click here to read more. 

NEWS STORY in the blog of Readers Club Delhi: "The book launch took place at the Oxford Bookstore in Connaught Place and one could see people of all ages dressed up as pirates. From old men in their late 70’s to toddlers, almost everyone in the room had a black flap covering an eye, long black beard along with the famous scarf bearing the pirate symbol of a skull and swords and a red horn. One couldn’t help but grin just by looking at them."
“There is lot of love, emotion and chemistry between the characters” said Kulpreet Yadav and also added one of the lines “A pirate. A girl. A spy. Can the relationship work? The clock is ticking.” Click here to read more. 
Here's the coverage in Business Standard newspaper.

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