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Tag Archives: publishing
If you haven’t noticed already, my “long-awaited” photo-memoirs book Sonali is finally published and released to the general public. I did release it two days ago, appropriately but not by design, on the anniversary of the collapse of the Rana Plaza in … Continue reading
I’m nervous. You would be able to tell I’m nervous if somehow you could see my laptop’s history. You’d see I have been – for weeks now – continuously flitting to one or more versions of my Sonali book tweaking here, adding … Continue reading
You may have noticed I’ve not posted anything for several days on this blog. There are reasons. I didn’t die and I haven’t given up (though, at times, I wish I would). One reason is that last Saturday, when I … Continue reading
Life is pretty hectic at the moment. It’s a good hectic; a good busy-ness, if you like. But hectic none the same. If you are a blogger then you may have noticed less comments from me and more ‘Likes’ – … Continue reading