Writing may be a one-woman affair, but how about multiplying the fun with a blogger jam?

Join us at Writers Special with Kanchana Banerjee in association with Women’s Web and Harper Collins, an innovative book launch of A Forgotten Affair.

  • Attend an inspiring session by author Kanchana Banerjee, award winning writer Shinie Anthony and Chief Editor Women’s Web- Aparna Vedapuri Singh.
  • Learn how Kanchana secured her book deal with a leading publishing house and the story thereafter.
  • Reward yourself a fun Friday evening with sparkling conversation with writers, bloggers and publishers!

When & Where

Date: 9th September 2016,

Time : 5:30pm to 7pm

Venue: Max Mueller Bhavan, Indiranagar, Bangalore.

Register

request your invite

This is a by-invite event for bloggers and writers. Since we will have a limited number of passes to give away, do enter your details below to receive an invite!

* indicates required






About Kanchana Banerjee

Kanchana Banerjee is an author and Founder of Write Word where she used to coach writers in the art of freelance writing. She has 19 years of writing experience and has donned editorial roles at The Statesman and The Times of India. She won a book deal at the Bangalore Lit Fest with Harper Collins and her first book, a contemporary relationship drama A Forgotten Affair is now available on shelf. She lives in Gurgaon with her three boys – 17 yr old son, Archie (a beagle) and husband.

A Forgotten Affair Summary

11 July 2006, Mumbai. Sagarika Mehta walks out of her nine-year old marriage, meets with a near-fatal accident and goes into a deep coma: all on the same day. She wakes up with no memory of her past. After over a year in hospital, Rishab, her husband, whisks her away to Gurgaon to convalesce. There, in that plush apartment, with people waiting on her hand and foot, Sagarika feels a vague sense that something is wrong. Why does the scent of a particular cologne drive her into a frenzy? Why does the innocuous word ‘cheeni’ bother her? And why is Rishab so evasive to her queries about her past? As a desperate Sagarika searches for answers and learns to trust no one, she discovers that sometimes you need to forget everything to recognize what matters the most.

To buy your own copy click here!