Follow The Cowherd Boy
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Follow The Cowherd Boy
Published:
9/20/2006
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
394
Size:
5.5x8.5
ISBN:
978-1-41208-626-4
Print Type:
B/W
Mira, a princess of war-torn Merta, has been in love with Krishna since she was five years old. When her father arranges her marriage to Bhoj, the prince of the neighboring kingdom Merwar, she is devastated. She ultimately agrees to the marriage in order to save her people from invading Moghuls. The alliance between their kingdoms brings peace to the land but is fragile. Her marriage brings surprises not only to Mira but to Bhoj also. Then when Mira meets a wandering holy man by the name of Ravi Das, things get complicated. Ravi steers Mira through a spiritual journey that poets have sung about for centuries.

Unfortunately, Bhoj's corrupt cousin Vikram is not interested in peace. For him, Bhoj and his wife are pawns in his plan to usurp the throne of Merwar. He is a master of manipulation and Mira realizes what is happening too late.

Unbeknownst to all, there are even greater forces at work.

For more information please write to:

P.O. Box 295628
Lewisville, TX
75029-5628
U.S.A.

Writing and Motivation Talk for ages 16 and older.
Martin Luther King Jr. Library
2922 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Dallas, TX 75215
5-6pm, Wednesday, January 10th, 2007
For more information call Ora on 214 670 0344
www.dallaslibrary.org

Writing as a Career Talk for Young Adults
Skillman Southwestern Library
5707 Skillman Street, Dallas TX 75206
7-8pm, Monday, February 12th, 2007
For more information call Cindy on 214 670 6078
www.dallaslibrary.org

Writing "Follow the Cowherd Boy" Talk
Southwest Writers Club - open to the public, free admission
1:00 - 3:30 pm, Saturday, March 3, 2007
Note: SWWC's Annual Mad Hatters Meeting - Everyone must wear a hat to attend
(A prize will be awarded for the best hat!)
For more information, please call Sami at 214-868-1943

Novel Writing and Pros and Cons of Self Publishing Talk for ages 17 and older.
Preston Royal Branch Library
5626 Royal Lane, Dallas TX 75229
6:30-8pm, Wednesday, March 7th, 2007
For more information call Vaugn on 214 670 7128
www.dallaslibrary.org

J A Joshi will be exhibiting at Southwest Florida Reading Festival
Centennial Park and Harborside Event Center, Fort Myers, Florida
10am-4pm, Saturday, March 17th, 2007
Contact Linda McCarthy on 239 461 2920
2345 Union Street, Fort Myers, FL 33901
www.lee-county.com/library/ReadingFestivalHome.htm

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J.A. Joshi was born and raised in North London, England, the youngest of five children. Her parents fascinated her with stories about Krishna and India since she was a baby. Her fascination grew as she did. She always had passion for reading and writing which was lucky as she loved to read her own writing. By the time she was fourteen, it was a foregone conclusion that she would be a writer in a family of scientists and she completed an English Literature degree as a result. She began writing Follow the Cowherd Boy during her final year at university, completing it in 2004 when she was 22 years old.

 
 


 

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