Today we have a guest on the blog:
Laxmi Hariharan, author of “The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer”, is here to tell us a bit about herself, to reveal an excerpt from the book and to give you the opportunity to enter a Giveaway.
I am new to this story, but I have it on my to-read list and soon I’ll get to it. If you had the chance to read it, please share your impressions as I would love to hear your opinions on it.
Guest Post: Is it done? by Laxmi Hariharan
It’s that feeling I get in my underbelly, a little tremor tapping across my spine. When I am reaching for something. Not quite infinite.
And I know I am almost there. I can feel it, taste it, touch it.
It’s real and living all around me.
Am I the insane one here?
The one who is unreal?
For the characters I have created now have a life of their won.
They are taking over mine.
I envy them, laugh with them. Cry about them.
I want to be…. Them.
My own life feels a bit of a let down.
I suppose its quite okay to feel that way.
Even though they are all having all the fun, not I.
It’s my fate in their hands and not the other way around.
About the book:
About The Many Lives of Ruby Iyer:
A girl desperate to rescue her best friend.
A cop willing to do anything to save the city he serves.
A delusional doctor bent on Bombay’s annihilation.
When Ruby Iyer’s best friend is kidnapped by the despotic Dr Kamini Braganza, she will do anything to rescue him. Anything, including taking the help of the unpleasant Vikram Roy, a cop on a mission to save Bombay.
The city needs all the help it can get, and these two are the only thing standing between its total destruction by Doctor Braganza’s teen army.
As Bombay falls apart around them, will Ruby be able to save her friend and the city? Will she finally discover her place in a city where she has never managed to fit in? And what about her growing feelings for Vikram?
About the author:
A near life incident told Laxmi Hariharan to write. She never stopped.
Laxmi has been a journalist with The Independent and a global marketer with MTV and NBCUniversal. She is the author of the kindle bestselling, epic fantasy The Destiny of Shaitan (Bombay Chronicles, 1) and blogs for the Huffington Post among others. London is where she creates. Bombay is what fires her imagination.