This February 8th saw the royal culmination of the Times LitFest Bengaluru. Held on the grounds of Jai Mahal Palace, the event presented an absorbing spectacle for readers and writers alike.
Festival sponsors, Invincible Publishers market their stark presence on the dais with their much acclaimed and awarded authors Nasha Sameen, Nitya Ravi and Omi Singh. Nasha recently won the debut author and best woman writer awards for book Heir – End of Innocence. While Nitya Ravi had grabbed the award for the best (have to fill in the exact name of the award) at Gurgaon Literature Festival, 2019 for her dark story collection, What The Eyes See. Omi Singh, a lawyer by profession had come with his two gems, Nawab and Ek Aur Bisat (Hindi entry).
Being a part of discussions galore on literature and writing, these debut authors from Invincible left their remarkable presence felt through the festival.
Invincible Publishers is a five-year-old media house that has also spread its arms into motion pictures and being the pioneer of distribution in tier 1, 2 and 3 cities.
The CEO, Invincible Publishers, Mr. Ajay Setia said, ‘There’s tremendous talent in India and the debut authors need to be given a chance. We are always enthusiastic to hear a new plot and take it as a mission to give the country it’s best literary assets in today’s time.’