Ebooks are a term coined by E. M. Guyneens daughter.
“When we were in third grade, she had a book about Chinese people,” she said.
“She was writing about Chinese culture, but she had to have some subtitles.
We thought, we’re going to do this for her.
We went to her friend’s house and we started translating it.
Then we did it for her sister.
It’s a beautiful story.”
The ebooks in question were a translation of the ancient Sanskrit text the Rig Veda, which is the oldest Sanskrit text that is believed to be the foundation of Hinduism.
It was a feat of translation that has taken Guyneen two decades to complete.
The e-book is a collection of stories that Guynees family produced together.
The stories range from romance to science fiction.
In each of the stories, Guyneeens characters are drawn to a magical place that is part of the world, and it’s called a “hollow city” or a “garden of wisdom.”
“It’s a place where you can find the answers to all your problems, because everything is connected, the stories are connected, they’re connected to each other,” Guyneena said.
Guineen has published more than 100 ebooks, and he says that as the family continues to publish more, more of them will be available to the public.
“The book is the most important thing to me.
That’s why I’m telling people.
People want to see them,” Guynes said.
It took years of research and a lot of patience to finish the e-books.
Guines sister, Marlene, who is the author of the first book, called it a great book.
“There’s so much to learn from it, but also there are stories that are so beautiful that you want to share them with your friends and your family,” she told The Associated Press.
The family has published three more books: a children’s book, a childrens version of the Hindu mythology called the Bhagavad Gita, and a children book about a princess called Princess Kali.
“We’re also planning to release a film based on the stories,” Guineens said.
The first e-published book in the family, Princess Kali, has sold more than a million copies, and the second, Bhagavan, sold about 3 million.
“It took us almost two years to publish these two books,” Guinyen said.