White Falcon Publishing organised fun activities at Books n Brew on World Book Day

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ANU(ChandigarhCityNews)

I think of life as a good book. The further you get into it, the more it begins to make sense.

White Falcon Publishing, a Chandigarh-based publishing firm organised fun activities at Books n Brew in Sector 16 here to mark the World Book Day. The idea behind organising the event was to inculcate the habit of reading among city youngsters.

Event was to encourage youngsters to inculcate reading habit

Anisha (BBA) one of a participant who is writing for some english papers as well as doing some freelancing told us about her very first visit at this books cafe she said i got the information of this event from facebook and I am very much happy to attend this. we need this kind of events now a days when habit of reading of students is going very much down.she also read paragraph from Marc Twin’s Book.

“Navsangeet Kaur, founder of White Falcon Publishing informed, 23rd April was designated as the World Book Day by UNESCO in the year 1995 to promote reading and publishing. This date marks the death anniversary of William Shakespeare. In today’s times, book reading as a habit is fast receding, and we have made an effort to encourage reading habit among people, she added.

 Event was to encourage youngsters to inculcate reading habit

The event was attended by around 50 bibliophiles, primarily youngsters. White Falcon had also invited few of their city authors to guide the youngsters with their writing/publishing queries. A reading session was held by Triloknath Gupta, where he read excerpts from his book ‘Witness to a Wandering Mind’ that had won the Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi Award in the English category in 2015.

Event was to encourage youngsters to inculcate reading habit

Fun activities for the youngsters included – a reading challenge, where the participants had to read a paragraph from a book impromptu; the one most fluent was declared the winner; share-a-story, where the beginning sentence was given and the sheet was passed on to everyone. One line was added by every participant and the story was read out in the end; also, participants were asked to write a story in less than 100 words on the topics – coffee/book/friends; lastly spell-a-word contest with the one answering all spelling correctly was the winner.

White Falcon aims to ease the publishing process for budding authors and has to its credit over 400 books published in various genresWhite Falcon Publishing plans to host similar events in the future as well to keep the zeal for books and reading alive, said Navsangeet.

 

 

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