Sally Cronin of Smorgasbord fame presents a beautifully designed interview of yours truly…what amazes me is that despite being in the throes of major personal projects, she still finds the time and energy to generously support other writers…please check out her wonderful website…she’s well worth following…thank you Sally!!!
Today the featured book is book two of The Moksha Trilogy comprising books about the enlightenment of three Indian women. Two of these three novels (Whip of the Wild God and Copper Moon Over Pataliputra) are set in ancient India; the second in the series, Krishna’s Counsel, is a contemporary novel set both in India and Manhattan and could be classified as Spiritual Crime Fiction.
About Krishna’s Counsel.
Krishna’s Counsel sweeps you back to sleepy south India in the 1960s, right into the tumultuous life of Pia, a brilliant and defiant teenager whose world disintegrates under the brutal sword-thrust of an eerie death. It is the loving gift of a magnificent view of eastern philosophy – particularly a poignant scene in the Bhagavad Gita, when Lord Krishna advises the quailing warrior Prince Arjuna to pick up his great bow Gandiva and forever rout the corrupt foe, regardless…
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