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1. A key facts sheet for All the Tomorrows
Includes all in one place: the book blurb, author bio, editorial team details, available formats, ISBNs.
2. Book cover
Sometimes we can’t escape the webs we are born into. Sometimes we are the architects of our own fall.
Akash Choudry wants a love for all time, not an arranged marriage. Still, under the weight of parental hopes, he agrees to one. He and Jaya marry in a cloud of colour and spice in Bombay. Their marriage has barely begun when Akash embarks on an affair.
Jaya cannot contemplate sharing her husband with another woman, or looking past his indiscretions as her mother suggests. Cornered by sexual politics, she takes her fate into her own hands in the form of a lit match.
Nothing endures fire. As shards of their past threaten their future, will Jaya ever bloom into the woman she can be, and will redemption be within Akash’s reach?
4. Book themes and target audience
All the Tomorrows is about second chances, the weight of tradition and gender, and the line between happiness and selfishness. It will appeal to readers of literary fiction, those who like foreign travel and family sagas.
5. Book Team
Author: Nillu Nasser
Publisher: Evolved Publishing, www.evolvedpub.com
Editor: Jessica West
Cover artist: D. Robert Pease
Interior Design: Lane Diamond
6. Author bio
Nillu Nasser is a writer of literary fiction novels. She also blogs, writes short fiction and poetry.
Nillu’s short story ‘Painted Truths and Prayer Beads’ was published in May 2016 in Mosaics 2: A Collection of Independent Women. Another short story ‘The Tombstone Man and the Coming of the Tigress’ was published in June 2016 in UnCommon Origins, an anthology of short fiction. In 2017, ‘Tombstone Man’ reappeared in UnCommonly Good.
Nillu has a BA in English and German Literature and an MA in European Politics. After graduating she worked in national and regional politics, but eventually reverted to her first love.
She lives in London with her husband, three children, one angelic and one demonic cat, though she secretly yearns for a dog. If you fly into Gatwick and look hard enough, you will see her furiously scribbling in her garden office, where she is working on her next story.
Nillu’s first novel, All the Tomorrows, is due to be published by Evolved Publishing in November 2017. Her second novel, Hidden Colours, is due to be released in late Autumn 2018. To find out more about Nillu and get the juice on her latest books, read her blog, send her a tweet or sign up for her newsletter at www.NilluNasser.com.
7. Author short bio
Nillu Nasser is a writer of literary fiction novels. She has a BA in English and German Literature, and an MA in European Politics. After graduating she worked in national and regional politics, but eventually reverted to her first love. She lives in London with her husband and three children. For further information or to say hello, visit www.NilluNasser.com.
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9. Book sample
The first four chapters can be previewed here.
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12. Editorial review
“In one way, All the Tomorrows is a love story that reflects the characters’ perceptions of love both within and outside the confines of marriage. Akash and Jaya both have hopes for their arranged marriage; but romance can’t be forced, and doesn’t seem to be evolving. Instead, dreams literally go up in flames, and everything changes for them both. … Replete with hard lessons, determined dreams, and illusions and realities surrounding love and relationships, All the Tomorrows is a gripping saga set under the sweltering heat not just of India, but of hearts on fire. It’s an involving story of the tides and trajectories of love which will especially intrigue readers looking for more than a light dose of Indian cultural insights.” ~ D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
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