An author feels thrilled to see reviews of his/her book. They give you insight of what other people have thought of your work. I have found the reviews very useful because they also point towards areas where you need to do better. You get a fair idea of the success of a book when more people review it. Continue reading “Reviews of “It Can’t Be You””
I had an interview recently with Sakhi Shah. I liked her last question: describe what a phrase means to you in five or less words. The answer had to be crisp, yet meaningful!
In unrelated news, It Can’t Be You is now at Rank 41 in the 18,347 titles listed under the Suspense category in Flipkart. It is still holding out its own.
I had the pleasure of participating in an interview with the well-known Indian Book Reviews. The interview has just been posted at their website. I think the questions were insightful and as always, I hope the answers were honest.
It Can’t Be You was recently reviewed in Indian Book Reviews.
My thanks go out to Shashank Sinha for his recent review of It Can’t Be You in it’s Facebook Page. He writes with a different slant – on the psychology of the individual- and I would like to share his review here.
The Deccan Chronicle of January 22, 2011 carried an article on It Can’t Be You. I am glad it was described as a “must read”.
I must clarify that I am probably the first person from out of India to have a debut novel published from a debut effort in NaNoWriMo. This probably has been done by others abroad.
Isn’t it a nice feeling when someone you know and respect, compliments you on some facet about you that he perhaps didn’t know about? I had this experience recently. I had worked for Mr. Ashok Soota during the mid-80s when I was responsible for Selection & Training in the old Wipro Infotech. Today, he is a doyen of the Indian IT industry and is the Chairman of MindTree Limited.