Thursday, August 22, 2019

Blog Tour and Giveaway: Exiled to Freedom by S.G.D. Singh

Exiled to Freedom
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Exiled to Freedom by S.G.D. Singh. This blog tour was organized by Lola's Blog Tours. On my stop, I have a fantastic guest post for your reading pleasure. There's also a tour wide giveaway. Be sure to follow the rest of the tour for more guest posts, excerpts, interviews, reviews, and more. Enjoy!
Exiled to FreedomTitle: Exiled to Freedom
Author: S.G.D. Singh
Publisher: Glory Press
Publication Date: April 25th 2018
Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary, Historical Fiction
Seventeen year old Joti lives a peaceful life on her ancestral farm in Punjab, far from political turmoil, foreign wars, and the struggle for independence. Until the summer of 1947, when her country is suddenly partitioned to create two sovereign nations—Pakistan and India.

Punjab erupts into a shattered land of nightmares, torn apart by death and destruction. Before the violence subsides, millions of people will have lost their lives and Joti will find herself amongst the countless refugees fighting to survive one of the greatest tragedies of the modern era.

In the summer of 2018, seventeen year old Priya travels from her home in New York City to her great grandmother’s farm in Punjab. Searching for meaning in her materialistic and shallow existence, she becomes determined to uncover the mysteries of the past and heal her family’s wounds, left too long unattended.

Priya soon finds herself on an adventure of discovery, learning what it is to love and what it means to know true peace.

Exiled to Freedom backcover
SiriGuruDev SinghSiriGuruDev Singh lives in New Mexico and Punjab, India with her husband, two daughters, and various extended relatives and animals. She is the author of the YA urban fantasy trilogy The Infernal Guard and Exiled To Freedom, a YA historical fiction novel about India’s bloody Partition of 1947.

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Where is the one place where you feel most at peace?
The answer to this question grows more complex the more I think about it. Because a person can meditate in a tranquil garden, high up in the mountains, far away from all the cares of the world and still not feel at peace, still continue to stress about the future, or agonize over the imperfect past—or a person can feel completely at peace in a deafening crowd of rushing, shouting people, loud music, and honking cars, happily filled with a sense of companionship and love for their fellow man.

All that being said, when I’m alone, in the solitude of my own mind, surrounded by the quiet security of home in enchanting northern New Mexico, I feel the most at peace.
Win a signed copy of Exiled to Freedom by S.G.D. Singh (open internationally, 5 winners).

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