Books that I plan to Write by 2020

•Urban, Sophisticated (Sequel to NRI: Now, Returned to India) •The Learning Curve •Now, Returned to Bharat •Underworld Startup Coming soon: How To Publish Your Book in India My first nonfiction book is Titled The Social Media Alphabet In this book, we will discuss the major Social Media Sites that marketers in general and authors in […]

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The Learning Curve: Excerpt

This is the excerpt from my upcoming book.   Amol and M begin their married life on the campus of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. With each passing day, Amol realizes that his real learning does not take place in the classrooms, but at home, where he learns what it means to be a […]

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My Podcast Interview Appearances and Blog Posts

Author Interviews I have been interviewed on sites for authors such as Writer Story, Awesome Gang, and ebooks India. Guest Appearances on Podcasts I have also appeared as a guest on podcasts such as Begin Self Publishing Podcast, Bestselling Fiction Podcast, Learning India Podcast, The India Startup Show and Together 247 Podcast ,and Own Your […]

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Underworld Startup : Coming in August 2018

Sign up to receive updates on the progress of this book on underworldstartup.com   Below is an excerpt from my upcoming novel, which is a humourous take on the startup world. Sameer’s Challenge “Dad, I am tired of the secretive nature of our business. I cannot talk about it to anybody or even write a […]

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How To Price Your Book in India

If you are considering to release your book (print or ebook) for the Indian market, my conclusion is that you can use the following rule of thumb: for print or an ebook, the selling price is one and a half dollars for every 100 pages. In other words, a 200 page novel should be priced […]

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Cost of self publishing a book in India

Call it epiphany, or a combination of circumstances, or a  mere coincidence. Earlier this week, I decided that I should write a post on how much self-publishing NRI:Now Returned to India cost me. That was on Monday. By Thursday morning, I had the draft ready, but then two events prompted me to re-write this post […]

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