Amish, Mennonite, and Ex-Amish Non-fiction and Memoirs (55 books)Saving
Amish, Mennonite, and Ex-Amish Non-fiction and Memoirs
Moving from the world of imagined reality to the prosaic realm of facts may be tricky, but a host of writers, including bestselling ones like Amish Tripathi, Ashwin Sanghi and Durjoy Dutta, are switching genres with ease. For someone like Tripathi, author of The Shiva Trilogy, different and unusual takes on old ideas make him the bestselling writer that he is. And now that he has turned to non-fiction, such outlook comes in handy, helping him make the transition. Taking off from his interest in mythology, Immortal India traces a civilisational journey from being Ajanaabhavarsh, Bharat, Hindustan to finally becoming India. Passion for what you are writing about, he said, was imperative, for smooth literary delivery. Like Tripathi, Dutta and Sanghi are also trying their hand at writing non-fiction after successful stints at fiction. It is the treatment of the subject that makes the drill different.
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Sort by : Release Date Alphabetical. Find yourself transported to an endearing community encountering challenges from the English world and unifying to reach their non-Amish neighbors, all while carefully preserving their Plain ways. Amish woman Eva Lapp is almost thirty and still unmarried. What will happen when her first love suddenly returns to Lancaster County? Can Henry stop a killer before he strikes again?