Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Finally, something other than a phone bill

Look what arrived in the post today.



A copy of 'From There to Here: Sixteen true tales of Immigration to Britain' and an invitation to the launch party.




(Falstaff, please note presence of a computer. Charu, I tend to write all first drafts longhand.)


And look at the first story.




Those interested can purchase a copy here.

21 comments:

Terri said...

Congratulations, shoefie! Do give some good quotes to the reporter covering the party to make his/her life easier. More importantly, do you know what you're going to wear?

Szerelem said...

Ooh! Many congratulations!

Rahul said...

Well done!

??! said...

nice.

kr said...

Hey...

Came across your blog..good stuff. Congratulations on the book - will try and get a copy.

Keep going!!

Filmiholic said...

Well done, Shoefi!!!!!

I'm so happy and so proud for you!

Alpha said...

Awesome!!!! You are first! That's great. I will defi get a copy.

Deepika Patil said...

Hey, Congratulations!!!

Anu said...

Awesome..Congrats..Soon..Your Very OWN book Launch!!!!?

Charu said...

well done, shoefi! keep the momentum going now :))

Mumbaiwallah said...

Congratulations!

The ramblings of a shoe fiend said...

Thanks everyone! And Terri, haven't decided on what to wear yet ... most likely a salwar kameez. Would wear a sari but none of my blouses fit :(. damn those hobnobs

Space Bar said...

congratulations! and first story it is too...

lycra blouses. no?

Anonymous said...

Hearty Congradulations....many many times over...

should be feeling really beautiful and wonderful...

very well deserving Honour ..

pleasure for all blog readers too

anon

Southways said...

Congratulations SF!!!!!!

mumbaigirl said...

Congrats!!!!! And get a tailor to loosen the blouses!

Sujatha said...

Congratulations! Yay!

Neha said...

yaaay! congratulations and everything!

the mad momma said...

Congratulations!!!! Terribly proud of you because ... errr... I read your blog!! It doesnt matter that you have no idea that i exist! :D

Reshma said...

You must be so happy:)
Congratulations.

Mumbaiwallah said...

A Guardian article on the book!

http://books.guardian.co.uk/news/articles/0,,2218770,00.html