Thursday, 7 July 2016

Prelaunch Promo - The Lively Library by Niranjan Navalgund

Today I am here to talk about or rather do a promo post on The Lively Library written by Niranjan Navalgund. He is a friend of mine and I met him because of book blogging. I am very happy to share this news with you. The launch is on July 9, 2016 and I just wanted to give a heads-up about it. So without further ado...

Blurb : 

Unknown to Nayan, the library he inherits from his deceased father, is a mysterious place. Hiriya Halepu, Pu.Nayaka, Kapshi and many others live there. They have a secret world with celebrations, romances, pangs of separation and conflicts. This is the Book-World. As two souls in this world fall in love, they encounter a strange predicament that separates them from each other. Things go from bad to worse when an unknown enemy sends a threat of destruction to this whole mysterious world. They call their resolute protector, Helmine, who unravels many unknown facets of this world, in an attempt to save it from the danger. The lovers struggle to find each other, and Helmine tries hard to decipher the threat messages. But will she be able to save this world from destruction? Will the two souls in love be united? There are no easy answers. Because, this is no ordinary Library, this is the place where books come to life.

Author's Bio:
Niranjan Navalgund is a young chess professional and derives
great pleasure in learning about life through the game of
chess. He is a former National U-17 Chess Champion and
a Commonwealth Silver medalist in the U-18 Category. He has
been conferred with ‘Indradhanushya’ (2007) ‘Giants International
Award’ (2009), ‘Kreeda Ratna’ Award (2010) and ‘Belgaumite of the
year’ Award (2012) for his achievements in the field of Chess.
He is a lover of words, and occasionally tries his hand at writing
stories and poems. He believes that writing is a wonderful exercise
for the soul. Being a bibliophile, he harbours special interest in
the New Age Philosophy. Unusual stories excite him. He hopes to
visit the Panda Zoo, someday. Niranjan lives with his family in

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And no I am not going to say anything about the book right now except that it is a short sweet read. It will be in the follow-up post where I will be reviewing it in the near future. 

And here's the copy in my mail!!!




  1. Thanks for sharing Floryie, this book sounds intriguing, I'll be sure to check it out on Amazon when it's available. :)

    1. Thank you sue! The book is available on