The first book in India’s maiden romantic-thriller trilogy series – Ranked 49 in just 24hrs of going on pre-order & makes it to Amazon India’s Movers and Shakers list.Profits from the book directed towards Spandana Rehabilitation Centre in Udupi to support education financially poor intellectually disabled children
Bengaluru, May 06, 2017: ‘Messed up! But all for Love’ a book by corporate honcho turned bestselling author Arvind Parashar was released at Sapna Book House at Residency Road in Bangalore. The book was released by Entrepreneur and the Executive director at Nalapad Group, Mohammed Haris Nalapad. The author, Arvind Parashar has worked with corporate companies like Dell, Genpact and GE in senior leadership roles before he quit his corporate career to pursue his passion of writing. Arvind Parashar’s new book ‘Messed up! But all for Love’’ is published by Srishti Publishers, India’s leading publication house and is priced at Rs. 175 /-
‘Messed up! But all for Love’’ is India’s first romantic-thriller trilogy and this thriller revolves around the life of the protagonist Niel and his wife. They are a loving and doting young married couple, living a life of comfort in posh suburban Gurgaon. The book deals with various aspects of relationship and phases in life that most people experience and connect to. The book takes readers on a rollercoaster ride across various destinations around the globe.
‘Messed up! But all for Love’’ will be available at all leading book stores across the country in all leading book stores. Interested readers can also order their copies on amazon at a special prices –http://www.amazon.in/Messed-Up-But-all-Love/dp/9382665943 . Interestingly, Arvind Parashar’s novel ‘Messed up! But all for Love’’ has been ranked #49 among all books available on Amazon.in. The book shot up among the top 10 rank in the Romance Category within just 24 hrs of pre order opening.
“I dedicate this book to all my readers who have loved and supported me. This book will take readers on an interesting and engaging journey through the life of Neil. I am very confident that the instances and situations are something that every reader will connect to. I have put my heart and soul in writing this book and I am hoping this will be a bigger success than my first bestseller “Kabira – Not Until I Die” said author Arvind Parashar.
Arvind Parashar’s first novel ‘Kabira – Not Until I Die’ was a bestseller first published by ‘The Write Place’ in October 2015. The novel made it to the top of the bestsellers chart across Crossword book stores in India. Kabira is a tale of a young Indian boy who pursued his education in journalism from Moscow and went to Afghanistan for his Persian Love
“Messed up! But all for Love’ is a rich, wholesome read which keeps the readers glued to the edge of their seat with its sudden twists & turns while also tigging at their heart chords at the right moments. With relatable characters and a fast paced storyline, it would be an instant hit with the younger generation.” – Arup Bose, Publisher at Srishti Publishers
Arvind Parashar the author of ‘Messed up! But all for Love’’ is also a philanthropist and a motivational speaker. He has addressed students and corporates across the country during various sessions and literary festivals. Arvind is a crusader for education and support for intellectually disabled children. This is a cause for which he has widely worked for over the past few years. Profits from Arvind Parashar’s book ‘Messed up! But all for Love’’ will go towards supporting Spandana Rehabilitation Centre in Udupi. Arvind also is a painter and enjoys painting in his spare time.
Spandana Rehabilitation Centre is home for more than 60 intellectually disabled adults. Since many of their inmates are above the age of 18 years, they are not eligible for government funding and hence heavily depend on support from donors and well wishers. Arvind Parashar also launched a video to spread the message and help this cause –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25vl2Q3luYM&t=11s
Author Arvind Parashar can be reached at
Website – www.ArvindParashar.com