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September 20, 2010

Publisher of AASPIRATOINS PUBLISHING INC., Anjali Sondhi, passes away.

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It is with great sadness that I found out last week that a long-time client and my friend, Anjali Sondhi, died of Dengue fever while in India. Anjali worked tirelessly to help authors of all ages and walks of life publish their books. I worked on many books with Anjali, including one her daughter wrote, “Brandy, the Dog Who Came From India,” as well as “The Haven Spear”, “Micro Meanies”, “The Wealthy Teen,” and Sandra Martins-Toner bestselling book, “The Last Six Minutes,” as well as her latest, just released book, “A Cry for Justice.” I will miss Anjali very much and invite everyone to visit her site and see all of the wonderful work she did, helping authors, helping our planet by planting trees for every book that sold by her publishing company, and working non-stop to continue to better herself and what she offered this world.

Anjali was publisher of aaspirationspublishing.com – Please take a look at all the beautiful work she did, helping others get their message out.

Shown above: Author Sandra Martins-Toner with Anjali Sondhi

Sue Balcer
www.JustYourType.biz

2 Comments »

  1. We are truly blessed to have been able to have had the opportunity to work alongside this shining star. Anjali’s light will shine on forever through your work sue. You have taken her vision, and the vision of her author’s and brought them to life.

    I look forward to working with you in the future knowing that Anjali brought us together for a reason.

    R.I.P. Anjali…Please give my little boy a hug for me, and tell him that I miss him terribly, and love him more than can be expressed.

    Comment by Sandra Martins-Toner — September 20, 2010 @ 11:04 pm

  2. It is with shock and great sadness that I just found out about Anjali Sondhi. Anjali was a friend to me and my family when we first moved to Canada. I am in shock…Anjali, you will always be remembered as a truly fine woman and friend. May your soul rest in peace.

    Comment by Anuradha Sen — November 10, 2010 @ 5:04 pm

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