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  • January 27th 2015 Bloomsbury publish Sara’s latest novel, Tikkipala, “a hypnotic tale of love and preservation at a time of fading empires. Meticulously and soulfully written, Banerji takes the heart on a journey through mystical cultures and spiritual practices, to a world where anything is possible if love is strong enough.” Find out more or download the book . Read about Sara’s inspiration for the novel.
  • March 28th 2013 HarperCollins bring Shining Hero out again on ebook and POD. A Bollywood story based on the Mahabharata, following the fortunes of a poor young Indian boy who fights like a tiger to achieve fame and fortune.
  • September 27th 2012 Bloomsbury re-releases six of Sara’s novels. They are available both as electronic downloads and paperbacks. They include CobwewalkingThe Tea Planter’s DaughterShining Agnes, and Writing on Skin. For the first time, the cover designs will be Sara’s own original paintings. Visit Bloomsbury Reader for more information.


Last Monday of every month, 8 pm at the Albion Beatnik Bookstore.

Come and hear people tell amazing, unscripted, true stories – in less than five minutes – and meet new people over a drink.  The event is part of SparkOxford, which I have set up, based on SparkLondon which I took part in last October. David Shufflebotham, after a lifetime in business, and now with contributions to an e-book as an early start to his writing career, organises our meetings and acts as our genial host. SparkOxford is held on the last Monday of every month at Albion Beatnik Bookstore34 Walton Street OX2 6AU. Visit the Sharkspark website here.
If you have a story to tell and would like to tell it, contact me,  at
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