Release of Between The Moons...

  1. Packaging done. Pre-release orders ready for shipping.
  2. Kya dost log, tum congrats - vongrats nahi bola! Ab punishment - chalo ab order karo
  3. Between The Moons on Ebay: India | International.

The long awaited "Between The Moons - Haiga and Taiga Volume I by Janice Thomson" has finally been released today. I am really happy with the printing AND binding quality of the book. [Am not exaggerating here] ...
It would definitely be worth the money once you hold it in your hands and scan through...
The shipping of pre-release orders begin from Monday.
Those staying around Chembur area can come and volunteer for packaging ;)
The book is priced Rs. 400 in India and $15.99 Internationally.

The specifications are
Width: 7.5"
Height: 5.5"
Spine: 0.5"
Number of pages: 112
Cover: Hard cover, color, designed by the author
Interior: Color, words on paintings and photographs by the author. Glossy paper - 170 gsm thick
Price in India: 400 INR ; Outside India: $15.99 ; Shipping extra

Image of the front, spine and back.

Click on image for larger view

Slideshow of the Interior.

Order from SKP
or Buy using Paypal

Payment Options

Price in paypal button is inclusive of shipping charges.
Courier charges within Mumbai - Rs. 15 (remaining amount out of $8 would be refunded along with the book.
Courier charges outside Mumbai - Rs. 80



  1. AnonymousJune 28, 2009

    hi.. just dropping by here... have a nice day!

  2. Congratulations :)
    and the book looks good, it really does.. you again have something to be proud of :)

  3. Thanks, Lena.
    Yes, I am really impressed by the way this book has turned out.
    To tell you the truth, I have started to feel that I should have got The Eleven printed from this printer :|


  4. congrats hai ji :)
    why not put some more details of book here..or did i miss something :(

  5. Thanks jee!
    You can take a peek at the interior of the book by clicking on the Slideshow of the Interior or see it on Just Released page at SKP



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