“Come with me to India! From gypsies to princes, from monkeys to peacocks, I invite you to join me on my latest journey to this fascinating country.”
- Debra Schoenberger
India Book Spotlight and Giveaway
Book Title: INDIA by Debra Schoenberger
Category: Adult Non Fiction, 164 pages
Genre: Photography / Travel / Culture
Release date: January 2017
Format available for review: ebook (PDF & ePUB)
Will send ebooks for review to: International
Tour dates: March 6-24, 2017
Content Rating: G
I have always been fascinated by the sheer beauty and diversity in Indian culture. “Sensory overload in a glance” is an apt description of a country that is always in movement. To be able to stand still in the middle of all that movement allows me to really “see” her people and absorb the flow of life from birth to death.
From learning how to make yellow ink from cow urine to watching funeral pyres burn in Varanasi, I realized that I would have to spend a lifetime here to grasp the immense value of her art, stunning architecture, fascinating food and love of all that is beautiful.
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Debra Schoenberger aka #girlwithcamera
“My dad always carried a camera under the seat of his car and was constantly taking pictures. I think that his example, together with pouring over National Geographic magazines as a child fuelled my curiosity for the world around me.
I am a documentary photographer and street photography is my passion. Some of my images have been chosen by National Geographic as editor’s favourites and are on display in the National Geographic museum in Washington, DC. I also have an off-kilter sense of humour so I’m always looking for the unusual.
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I love to see India from the perspective of non-Indians. They make paint their whole experience in such an exotic manner. I look forward to reading India.
Thank you so much for featuring my book on your website Corinne!
sounds interesting to look my country from someone else eyes!!
That one line, “Sensory overload in a glance”, speaks a million words about our country, isn’t it? And, it’s mostly after looking at India through the eyes of a foreigner, that I feel we take our country for granted!
We do, don’t we? 🙂
My Dad was stationed in India during World War II and told me some stories as bedtime stories in my childhood. I’ve always wanted to see the country he always wanted to visit once again, but never made it back. With this book, I can travel there virtually.