Vampires and werewolves have flooded the market; this book offers a fresh, positive, adventure through good and evil, but founded on faith, hope and destiny
Rohnert Park, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2012
Vidya Books LLC in San Francisco, a small press with books about India K-12 history, U.S. cultural history books and U.S. immigration assimilation stories, is proud to launch the debut novel, “Wind,” the most anticipated novel to break into young fantasy fiction. The debut novel by author Daniel Mello is expected in August 2012.
“Vampires and werewolves have flooded the market; this book offers a fresh, positive, adventure through good and evil, but founded on faith, hope and destiny,” author Daniel Mello said.
“Wind” will be available on multiple platforms simultaneously: as an iBook from Apple’s iBookstore, as an e-book from the Kindle bookstore and as a print-on-demand paper book from Amazon. “Wind” will surely capture the hearts and minds of young adults who are inundated with the Gothic genre, leaving readers in dire need of new, mythical adventures.
“Through life, death, to Heaven and back again, the novel ‘Wind’ will keep you turning the page in suspense, and leave you wanting more,” Singh said.
No word has been left unchecked during the making of this full-length novel. Thus, it has been carefully crafted over a five-year period. Readers who are longing for a thrilling tale that will sweep them through sea, Earth and sky can travel along for an affordable price.
To get a copy of the book and other online textbooks published by Vidya, view the small independent press on the Web at http://www.vidyabooks.com.
About Vidya Books LLC
The word Vidya is an ancient Sanskrit term that encapsulates all of knowledge and education. Founder Rashmi Singh established Vidya Books after discovering that her children were only learning partial historical information. Seeking to change historical misconceptions and broaden minds, Vidya Books began to publish a variety of books, including kids’ books and books teaching about India in the U.S., to introduce the public to the rich culture of South Asia and to enlighten people by presenting alternative points of views on the truths about immigration stories.