Tell me a story with new stories and pricetag in Kindle

The new avatara is out, has been published in September, all the stories but the cover story has been changed and the price has been reduced, really reduced I mean! Hope you will enjoy the new book and specially its reduced prices! Both in Kindle and Createspace aka ebook and paperback.

Tell me a story:

Kindle ebook:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/b00p2bnl8a
Paperback:
https://www.createspace.com/5067283

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Agnishatdal Boisakh 1424, April critique by Troy David Loy

Agnishatdal Boisakh 1424 Review by Troy David Loy
https://exohumanjournal.wordpress.com/,

Rabindrajayanti 9.5.17:
So, the 9th of May (Indian date) is the iconic polymath’s birthday! I have a few Ingreji
translations of his works, and know of his famous meeting with Einstein when the two
discussed science, philosophy and spirituality, a true meeting of minds! May the great
scholar remain always in the hearts and minds of those around the world as a tribute to
humanity!

Jamini Roy:
Now here was a painter of some note. His innovations on traditional art styles make his
work especially interesting!

Budapest Missives:
Juliette here gives an account of her youth in Hungary. How fascinating to those of us
unlucky enough never to leave their country of origin, at least in their early years!

Dear Zindagi:
Sweta writes a letter of thanks and appreciation for the meaningful things in life, that
made and make it worth living indeed for her.

I Am Watching. I Am Citizen Null:
Our new arrival, Citizen Null, offers a stern commentary on the state of his country. I’m
interested to see what more he has to say.

Red Heels Pt. 2:
Brieue continues from last issue with this narrative tour of the bright side of life in smalltown America from a shoe aficionado.

Haunting:
A notably interesting image and missive by Eleanor Leonne Bennett –
fascinating work!

Cultivation:
Excellent food for thought by Swati on the power of thoughts over perceptions, selfperceptions, and suffering.

Praise:
Wendell offers a paean to devotion. Good use of form. Excellent phrasing, and without
use of rhyme; that would have hindered the message.

Tenali Raman And The Vidooshak:
Raghunandan tells the story of a plot to bring down a wise man using a king’s court
jester. I love that Raman so easily bested them despite being forced by circumstances
to play along!

Lost outside looking in:
Dom offers some brief but poignant verse.

Treats of the Month:
The Rainbow Horizon – Karen S. Cole:
Here, Karen talks about her book, with an interesting cast of characters and lots of
satire.

Hemdiva Dev’s interview was illuminating, showing her talent for prolific storytelling. Her energy for writing is to be admired!

KJ. Yesudas: The Celestial Singer:
A remarkable voice this man has! I’m listening to one of his songs as I write this. I could
never match this level of vocal skill!

This month’s recipe should be a quick preparation once I can get the ingredients. I have a friend who knows how to make it, has made it, and has all of the needed spices to boot! This will be tasty!

Creator’s Quill:
The rookie:
A cute story about a young spider learning the ropes to proper spiderin’.

Thus Spake Hypocritananda:
An enjoyable new installment. Especially so, as the worst evils often get free rein, not by the actions of evil people, but by the silence of good ones!

India This Month – Biosakh 1424
And so, the new year begins! May it be better than the last (and fewer good people die,
too)! With both poila boisakh and Rabindrajayanti to celebrate this month, Bongs have
much to keep busy! With Buddhapurnima falling afterwards, and then…May Day
followed by the hot, sweltering doomy doom of summer!

Pieces of Past: Gautam Buddha:
The life of the founder of Buddhism, both in history and shrouded by legend, happened
in an interesting time, when new movements and philosophical awakenings were going
on around the world. It’s no surprise to me that many of Buddhism’s mindfulness
techniques are used today, and adapted for modern life.

That’s it for now! I await the Jyeshtha issue!

Gehenna Parables and Not from this world two books in Troy’s store

This is a dark book, all stories are dark, the cover is still being finished by the master, Troy. So that will be a surprise, this one is a mere token!

This one is all about beauty and fun of fantasy land. this too is a token cover.

You will be able to buy these two books and all old issues of Agnishatdal and Agnijaat from Troy’s Store excluding the two quarterlies October 2016, February 2017- those four are Amazon’s property!

Troy’s Store’s address:
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New Announcement for My Amazon Store!

The Exohuman Journals

I’m happy to say that I’ve joined in a writing and publishing collaboration with the awesome and talented Miss Sharmishtha Basu, hailing from Kolkata, West Bengal. You don’t need me to tell you what country that’s in!

So, she’s in the process of rewriting some of her ebooks for Kindle, releasing quite a few more in the near future, one of which, Gehenna Parables, Part 1, is awaiting a few touch-ups to be published on my Amazon store under both our names due the 28th of this month as per her request.

I’ve mostly served as its editor, though I’ve contributed one story to it, the author bios and the book’s introduction and formatted it for upload on the tail end of the 27th, just in time to go live on the 28th.

I’ll also be editing quarterlies of her twin eZines, Agnijaat, and Agnishatdal, and other…

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The prisoner of Sand Castle on Sale for you!

Hey! This year is going to be renewal year for my books, story books except “The charons”, I will be rewriting the kindle versions, the createspace versions will be same, if you buy the createspace books you will get the new kindle books for free. Till then, a little discount for you to celebrate Bengali New Year with me. That will be on 14th April 2017.

The Journey started with THE CHILD OF WOODS 2.4.17 TO 9.4.17, if you missed it, well, there are more to come! Next one in queue is The prisoner of Sand castle.

BOOK 2 THE PRISONER OF SAND CASTLE 14.4.17 TO 21.4.17

14.4.17 8 A.M. PST TO 16.4.17 1 PM PST 0.99$
16.4.17 1 PM PST TO 18.4.17 6 PM PST 1.99$
18.4.17 6PM PST TO 21.4.17 12 AM PST 2.99$

FROM THEN ON 4.40$ AGAIN

The kindle copy with concession:

The paperback without concession:
https://www.createspace.com/5141895

Sale Schedule of The prisoner of Sand Castle for You!

Hey! This year is going to be renewal year for my books, story books except “The charons”, I will be rewriting the kindle versions, the createspace versions will be same, if you buy the createspace books you will get the new kindle books for free. Till then, a little discount for you to celebrate Bengali New Year with me. That will be on 14th April 2017.

The Journey started with THE CHILD OF WOODS 2.4.17 TO 9.4.17, if you missed it, well, there are more to come! Next one in queue is The prisoner of Sand castle.

BOOK 2 THE PRISONER OF SAND CASTLE 14.4.17 TO 21.4.17

14.4.17 8 A.M. PST TO 16.4.17 1 PM PST 0.99$
16.4.17 1 PM PST TO 18.4.17 6 PM PST 1.99$
18.4.17 6PM PST TO 21.4.17 12 AM PST 2.99$

FROM THEN ON 4.40$ AGAIN

The kindle copy with concession:

The paperback without concession:
https://www.createspace.com/5141895