As a debut author, to me it seems it was just the other day that my psychological thriller “It Can’t Be You” was released at Crossword in Bangalore where I live by author and corporate honcho, Subroto Bagchi. Actually considerable time has flown since that evening in November 2010.
Month: July 2011
Thanks to a tweet by K M Weiland, I was pointed to this fascinating interview in Writer’s Digest. Two masters of writing thrillers- Ken Follett and David Morrell speak of the craft of writing thrillers. They are household names and need no introduction to those interested in the thriller genre. Continue reading “Learning from the Masters”
During my recent visit to the United States, many people, not just family and friends, expressed interest in getting their hands on a copy of “It Can’t Be You”. I would like to point them to Amazon.com where a Kindle edition has always been available since it’s launch in November 2010.
I hope you will enjoy the book and will leave your comments at the Amazon site.
In my understanding historical fiction is a genre in which you portray real life people and incidents in a fictitious setting. Here is what Wikipedia has to say about historical fiction. Continue reading “Historical Fiction”