Yes, the book’s title is 3 (Three). After World Of Temasek, a massively multiplayer online game (MMOG), this new book is the second creation based on the 13th-and-14th-century Singapore which I appreciate. Even before laying my hands and eyes on a copy, I begin by appreciating the decision and the effort to write the tale.
When? 7th January 2016, Thursday | 7.30pm to 9pm
Where? The Blue Room at The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, Singapore 179429
Please RSVP by 1st January 2016, to Ethos Books: email@example.com OR indicate your attendance at the Facebook event page here.
About the author: Krishna Udayasankar is a graduate of the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, and holds a PhD in Strategic Management from the Nanyang Business School, Singapore, where she presently works as a lecturer.
Krishna’s bestselling debut series of mytho-historical novels, The Aryavarta Chronicles (Govinda, Kaurava and Kurukshetra) (Hachette India, 2012, 2013, 2014) have received critical acclaim, selling at least 50,000 copies in India. She is also the author of Objects of Affection, a full-length collection of poetry (Math Paper Press, 2013), an editor of Body Boundaries: The Etiquette Anthology of Women’s Writing (The Literary Centre, 2013), and the co-author of two well-adopted textbooks: International Business: An Asian Perspective (McGraw Hill, 2012, 2015) and Global Business Today (McGrawHill, 2014).
She lives in Singapore with her family, which includes three bookish canine-children, Boozo, Zana and Maya, who are sometimes to be found at her laptop, trying in vain to make her writing better.