Kashmiri Australian writer Bill K Koul launched three of his books at Starmark, Express Avenue, recently. The books by the writer-editor from Perth are relevant to today’s times, states its publisher, Vitasta Publishing, in a press note.
While 22 Years – A Kashmir Story is the writer-editor’s way of looking back at those years that turned him into an expat Indian, the second book, Issues White-Anting India, is an NRI’s perspective of issues plaguing India, including the rampant corruption, population growth and neglect of the environment.
His third, My Life Does Not Have to be Unhappy is a self-help book that talks about the sharp rise in the rates of mental illness and incidences of suicide that are becoming increasingly common in this fast-paced world. All the books have been brought out by Vitasta Publishing.
Source: The Hindu