Tuesday 7 April 2015

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#TourSchedule :: The Guitar Girl by Aniesha Brahma

About the Book:
Sixteen year old Rhea Shah never thought that she would find herself falling for her brother’s best friend, Joy Fernandez, when they come home from college. Because she never thought that the dork who used to go to school with them would suddenly reinvent himself in college.
The only people she’s able to talk to about her absurd crush, are her best friends, Sophie and Arjav. Both of whom at first encourage, and then almost blackmail, Rhea to confess her feelings, which leaves the poor girl more muddled than ever!
Plagued with upcoming Board Examinations along with her friends’ suggestions, Rhea finds it difficult to concentrate, because she’s fallen for Joy, hook, line and sinker. In an attempt to vent to her feelings, she begins a blog, where she publishes all her songs and poems, dedicated to Joy, keeping her identity a secret.
But things do not go quite how she planned when a certain blogger named J. Fern begins to read her blog, and wishes to work with her…
Will Rhea ever confess her feelings to Joy? And will Joy find out the real identity of The Guitar Girl?

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About the Author:
Aniesha Brahma has loved writing since the age of six. She was schooled in Dolna Day School, and then pursued BA honors in Comparative Literature from Jadavpur University, where she went on to complete her MA in the same. Currently, she’s pursuing MPhil in Comparative Literature from the same place. Her hobbies include reading, writing, playing with her favorite pet, Pippo the cat, (and other kittens too), traveling and blogging.She has written innumerable short stories and poems, most of which can be found on her blog and in various magazines and newsletters. Her debut novel was, The Secret Proposal, published by General Press in September 2012. She won the Editor’s Pick for Romance genre in the IndiReads Second Short Story Competition, and her story The Difference, was subsequently published in the anthology, Voices, Old & New. She has interned with www.womanistan.com and www.zapondo.com, as their content writer. She has volunteered at Hope Foundation, Kolkata, teaching the children who attend the Chetla Lock Gate Coaching Center. Aniesha also had a brief stint as a writer for the Kolkata-based travel magazine, Touriosity.

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Tour Schedule:

13th April:
MCV Egan - Author Interview
Vinay Leo R. - Book Review
Oindrila De - Book Review
Vaishnavie Krishnasamy - Book Review
Laurie WJN - Spotlight
Deea - Spotlight
Kristy Gillespie - Spotlight

14th April:
Arti - Book Review
Kay - Book Review

15th April:
Faye M - Book Review
Mindy Wall - Book Review

16th April:
Falguni Kothari - Author Interview
Julie Hawkins - Author Interview
Barbie Herrera - Author Interview
Swathi Shenoy - Book Review
Linzé Brandon - Spotlight

17th April:
Diptee Raut - Book Review
Nimue - Book Review
Andrea Buginsky - Spotlight
Shriya Garg - Spotlight

18th April:
Priyanka Roy Banerjee - Book Review
Shree Janani - Book Review
Paula - Book Review
Romila - Spotlight
Cindy - Spotlight
Priti - Spotlight
Tonya Allen - Spotlight
Leslie Storey - Spotlight

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