November 29 filled me with nostalgia. Not for times long gone by but for a day only a year ago, which happened to be one of the happiest in my life. On November 29, 2010, at Crossword, Bangalore, my debut novel, a psychological thriller “It Can’t Be You” was launched by Subroto Bagchi, Co-Founder and Gardener of MindTree. Continue reading “ICBY Is One Year Old!”
I am thrilled! I have been declared a winner in NaNoWriMo 2011 for the 54, 919 words written during the calendar month of November for my thriller “Let The Dead Stay Dead”.
“He Sees Everything & Other Short Stories” is my first ebook. Wherever there are people, there is greed, there is sacrifice; ingratitude and indebtedness; hatred and love; humor and poignancy. Woven around these emotions are seven short stories set in contemporary India. Continue reading ““He Sees Everything & Other Short Stories””
What do authors do? Apart from writing, of course? Do they espouse causes? Do they have time for their non-literary interests? These questions came to me mind recently. By sheer co-incidence, I chanced upon this article in the Wall Street Journal about author, Steve Berry. Continue reading “Great work, Steve Berry”
Delighted to find that my psychological thriller, “It Can’t Be You” continues to feature in the rankings of books under the “Suspense” category in Flipkart. It currently ranks 143 out of 19,668 titles in this category. It is now available with a 10 % discount. You can order the book here. Continue reading “143 on Flipkart’s Suspense List”
You may have noticed it. I did too. I hadn’t realized that I haven’t blogged for a week now. The reason is obvious. It is that time of the year! I have been totally engrossed in the National Novel Writing Month. NaNoWriMo 2011 is as exciting as previous years for me. I have got off a bright start. In the first five days, I have completed 14, 500 words of my novel. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2011- An Update”