Saris and a Single Malt by Sweta Srivastava Vikram Blog Tour Aug. 1-31

SARIS AND A SINGLE MALTHello everyone, we’ve got a new tour filling up for Aug. 1-31, 2016: Saris and a Single Malt by Sweta Srivastava Vikram published by Modern History Press in August.

Saris and a Single Malt is a moving collection of poems written by a daughter for and about her mother. The book spans the time from when the poet receives a phone call in New York City that her mother is in a hospital in New Delhi, to the time she carries out her mother’s last rites. The poems chronicle the author’s physical and emotional journey as she flies to India, tries to fight the inevitable, and succumbs to the grief of living in a motherless world. Divided into three sections, (Flight, Fire, and Grief), this collection will move you, astound you, and make you hug your loved ones.

Advance Praise:

“There are few books like Saris and a Single Malt in which the loss of a mother, a homeland, and the self come together in a sustained elegy. Throughout, Vikram is courageous in allowing us to share the nakedness of her grief, the anger, and deception; even the surprise of laughter and joy. And having been privy to this, we feel better equipped to deal with our own grief. Saris and a Single Malt shows us how we survive. We are changed by grief. It isn’t acceptance one finds, but something in us, which continues to burn on.” —Justen Ahren, Director Noepe Center, Author of A Strange Catechism

“In life, as in poetry, one must come from the heart. Sweta Vikram has done both with touching eloquence. Her work resonates deeply within one’s deepest emotional sacristy. A compelling read. I highly recommend it.” —Sharon Kapp, Owner & Founder, Houston Yoga & Ayurvedic Wellness Center

“Saris and a Single Malt is a fitting and delightful tribute of a writer daughter to her affectionate mother which goes deep into the minds of all children who love their moms. Kudos to Sweta Vikram, who could enlighten and delight readers’ minds with excellent poetry bleeding from her heart in just thirty-six hours!” —K. V. Dominic, English poet, critic, short-story writer, and editor from Kerala, India

SwetaSVikram_backcoverphoto_WET SILENCEAbout the Poet:

Sweta Srivastava Vikram, featured by Asian Fusion as “one of the most influential Asians of our time,” is an award-winning writer, five-time Pushcart Prize nominee, Amazon bestselling author of 11 books, writing coach, columnist, marketing consultant, and wellness practitioner who currently lives in New York City. A graduate of Columbia University, she also teaches the power of yoga, Ayurveda, & mindful living to female trauma survivors, creative types, entrepreneurs, and business professionals. Sweta is also the CEO-Founder of NimmiLife, which helps you attain your goals by elevating your creativity & productivity while paying attention to your wellness.

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Tour Schedule:

Aug. 4: Everything Distils Into Reading (review)
Aug. 9: Peeking Between the Pages (review)
Aug. 10: Chick with Books (review)
Aug. 11: Chick with Books (guest post)
Aug. 15: Jorie Loves A Story (review)
Aug. 20: Jorie Loves A Story (guest post)
Aug. 26: The Chronicles of Chaos (review)
Aug. 27: Create With Joy (review)
Aug. 29: Diary of an Eccentric (review)
Aug. 29: Eva Lucia Reviews (Review)
Aug. 30: Suko’s Notebook (review)
Aug. 31: Eva Lucia Reviews (Interview)
Aug. 31: True Book Addict (review)

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About sagustocox

Serena is a Bachelor of Arts graduate of Suffolk University in Boston, still interested in the nuances of politics and the interplay of words on a page to create vivid imagery, convey meaning, and interpret the world. She has moved from the sticks of small town Massachusetts to the outskirts of Washington, D.C. where she writes more vigorously than she did in her college seminars. Poems can be read in issues of Beginnings Magazine, LYNX, Muse Apprentice Guild, The Harrow, Poems Niederngasse, Avocet, and Pedestal Magazine.

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