It took a little longer than was ideal, but our non-techie selves have finally set-up and launched our online store and experience for the book, Maya and Leela Present: Dances of India! The site is called -
So, it's been a while since we've posted and we sincerely apologize to our fellow readers, blog followers, and 2Loka'ers. With the arrival of our books, we've been so dedicatedly focused on getting
You read it. The books have finally arrived! WE did it and we mean you too!
Thanks to the groundswell of support and good cheer that we received via our crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, and
It's always refreshing (and often giggle-inducing) to hear other people talking about “keeping it real.” It’s often harder to do for oneself. Still, the time has come for 2Lokas to keep it real.
So close! It's so exhilarating to see the finish line in sight. It really is. It seems like just yesterday that we were setting up our LLC and bank account, and learning the ins and outs of publishing,
I dropped the ball.
“Kyra, can you reach out to those folks about copyediting the book?” I wasn’t proud of asking Kyra to take over this task. But with limited hours of sleep (I blame
I've always loved National Geographic. I remember going to my grandparents' farm when I was younger and, after playing a round (or 10) of zim-zim, heading down to their basement where my grandfather
In the initial excitement and glow of our book idea, we came up with a number of child-friendly topics on India and started writing away. India is so rich and diverse in its culture that there are just
I recently did a Google search on "bootstrapping" in an effort to better understand the history behind and the etymology of the verb "to bootstrap". I'm a grammar nerd, so, um, yeah, I speak in terms