Book presentation: “Thoughts Translated” by Goldie Nanwani

Written on November 29, 2013 by Administrador de IE Blogs in Literature

Attachment-1_Snapseed_SnapseedIE India Club Madrid Chapter is pleased to invite you to the presentation of Goldie Nanwani’s debut book – “Thoughts translated”. 

Goldie Nanwani is a woman of Indian origin, born and brought up in Spain, who has received her secondary and higher education in the United Kingdom. Her exposure to both the Indian and Western cultures has enabled her to spend many years understanding the differences between both. She currently lives in Barcelona and is working mum, with two young children. She speaks four languages fluently and started writing quite accidentally at the tender age of 13. As an eagle-eyed and observant woman, she has learnt to pay attention to the details and often tries to identify with a situation that she either hears about or visualises and later her thoughts give birth to a poem or an article.

In her first book “Thoughts Translated”, she has transmitted strong hues of her Indian roots, covering a myriad of subjects from basic relationships, health and fitness to emotional states of the mind. Thoughts Translated is a collection of inspirational poems and lifestyle articles which all contain strong flavours of spirituality. They are written in a simple manner, facilitating anyone a read.There are intense moments of humor, depth, pain and above all lots of sensitivity. Thoughts Translated is a book which can be called a companion for most men and women, as they can recognize and identify themselves in it on many levels.

Structure of the event:

Goldie will do a reading of three pieces that have been chosen either from her book or taken from her successful blog Thoughtstranslated.com, and offer the audience an opportunity for questions later.

1. “0 to 21” – Poem

2. “Marriage, is it for everyone?” – Article

3. “The Power of Positive Energy” – Article

The book will be available for sale and the author will be happy to sign copies.

The event will take place on December 3rd at 6pm. If you wish to register please click here


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