England-based publishing house releases Pranay Patil’s debut novel “Burgundy Winters: in Europe”


March 29, 2022 12:49 STI

New Delhi [India], March 29 (ANI/PNN): Pranay Vivek Patil launched his first novel “Burgundy winters: in Europe”. The novel, published by England-based publishing house Crystal Peake, features the perspective of an American rockstar dealing with the consequences of his party lifestyle after his bandmate overdoses on his arms.
For Patil, it’s a hobby that allows him to explore his limits. “Writing for me is an experience of demystifying things and renewing reality through a story. “I feel whole and revitalized every time I finish a novel,” he says. “The writing is an integral part of my identity because it allows me to free myself from the constraints of social norms.”
He said it took him nearly a year to write the book “Burgundy Winters: in Europe.” When his work hit the market, he felt that familiar sense of restoration he had come to expect after long hours of pecking at the keyboard.
“Burgundy Winters: in Europe” tells the story of Jace Tanner, an American rock star who must deal with the consequences of his party lifestyle when bandmate Aiden overdoses on his arms. As he tries to come to terms with the horrors of losing someone so close, Jace finds himself sinking into a dismal and overwhelming hole. He soon discovers that there is a new girl in his life who could help him out of this newly formed chasm of despair. They start dating, but their relationship quickly takes a scary turn.
“While I finished the story and people loved the book, I think it gave me a new perspective and so much to cherish in life,” Patil says.
Following its UK debut in early March, the book was quickly acclaimed with excellent reviews from leading critics. It’s been an eye-opening experience for the first author, who hopes to use his expertise to help others consider publishing their work.
One of Patil’s key tips for aspiring writers is to be wary of publishers who view newbie writers as goldmines. He also warned that some self-publishing organizations overcharge first-time authors and that it’s too easy to fall prey to a scam when it comes to self-publishing.

“Aspiring authors should be careful and check everything carefully before agreeing to anything,” he advises. “Kevin and Nikki are amazing people who have been helpful throughout the process. They choose a few books and pour their heart and soul into them until they succeed,” he explains. no doubt they have been there for a long time. the long term with every author, not for the quick buck.” This incident forever changed my perception of the publishing industry.”
Patil attributes his writing ability well to his habit of reading literary periodicals, especially his favorites, Writer’s Digest and Publishers Weekly. But, as he expands on the tale, he says being able to feel a wide range of emotions is the real key to creating something brilliant.
Patil was immersed in the culture of Germany, where he was residing at the time he wrote the story, to find much of the emotion that runs through him, which helped him appreciate these characteristics of the Europe. As he considered readers who might one day connect with the protagonist’s perspective and the tones of the book’s female characters, he said he paid special attention to crafting the protagonist’s perspective and tones. female characters from the book.
“Burgundy Winters: in Europe” is available in print and digital form on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
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