Friday, 22 April 2016

Releasing on 1st May, 2016: The Wedding Photographer By Sakshama Puri Dhariwal

Do you love Bollywood? 

Do you love romantic comedies? 

Do you love books? 

Then this one's for you! 

Presenting Sakshama Puri Dhariwal's debut novel
'The Wedding Photographer', releasing this May.

A delicious, Breezy novel full of Fun, Sass, Heart and Wit

Penguin Books India presents

Sakshama Puri Dhariwal

A fantastic debut with wedding, love, photography, scandal and cricket – a perfect summer read!

From Penguin:

 The Wedding Photographer, is a fun, breezy read and you can visualize as you read. Risha, the main protagonist from the book is independent, fun and talented. Dhariwal has beautifully built various characters from the book with intense depth to them. The reader often feels connected to them as the story moves along. Dhariwal is a smart writer with an instinctive talent for romance and humour. The book talks about an independent woman who is juggling two careers- one for the security of it and one for her passion. 

About the Book

About the Author

Sakshama Puri Dhariwal was born in Delhi and brought up in the era of 1990s’ Bollywood music. She has an MBA in marketing from S.P. Jain, Mumbai, and has spent several years as a brand manager in industry-leading companies like Snapdeal, Hindustan Times and Tata Teleservices. She has worked on marketing campaigns that have won awards at Cannes, Effies and Goafest. Sakshama reads romance novels the way most people eat chocolate—fast, often, and constantly craving more. Her favourite romance writers are Judith McNaught, Julie James, Sarah MacLean, and closer home, Anuja Chauhan. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and their Netflix subscription. TheWedding Photographer is her first novel.

Author Connect


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I would like to hear the reviews of the book from readers. Please post your comments below or share a link to your book review page. 

Happy reading!!!

1 comment:

  1. This is the place for a beautiful wedding. The ceremony was held in the dining hall, which commands a breath-taking view of the city. I only wish I appreciated Chicago wedding venues more when I was there. Oh well. You live and learn.