A Walsall pharmacist who went to Blue Coat School has published a book in support of charity. Pranay Paw, who is the Managing Director at prima Health Care, took on a project during the lockdown to write a book. It is dedicated to all that have lost their lives during the coronavirus pandemic. The title of the book, "Indian Vegetarian Snacks", is also dedicated to the many key workers and volunteers who work on behalf of the vulnerable in society.
"I have got it self published on Amazon " said Pranay "and it is available as an ebook and a paperback. All proceeds I get will be given to charities and volunteer groups to help them with their work in these times. We have all been affected by this global ;pandemic and have been astounded by the support shown by all key workers, volunteers and charities for the most vulnerable in society. During this lockdown I have spent time researching and preparing a book, "Indian Vegetarian Snacks". This is now available as an ebook and paperback through Amazon!"
Although the book is dedicated to the many who have lost their battle to this virus together with the key workers who have worked tirelessly during these times, Pranay does not forget the bigger picture. "A fond thank you also goes out to all wives, partners and husbands", explained Pranay, "who have been busy in kitchens keeping all well fed during the lockdown."
According to Pranay Paw, this is a book created out of research and passion for raising funds for the vulnerable. "All that know me know I have trouble flipping an omelette", he joked, "and need the help of my wife! I am in no way saying that I have made all these recipes. You must also excuse errors in formatting and grammar. I have worked at haste to get to this position. However, with your help and support I am sure we can still make it onto the Best Bookseller List!"
Further information: www.primahc.com/charity
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