• Self-Publishers in India

    Self-publishing has its own charm and those who know how to take advantage of the process will tell you that it is much better than traditional publishing. You get to choose and control everything the way you want to. Unlike traditional publishing where it can take lightyears for a book to see the light of

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  • Traditional Publishers in India

    One of the biggest problems that worry new authors in India is how they can get their manuscripts published. Their dilemma arises from the fact that in India the publishing industry is not as well understood as in the west or other countries. The lines that separate different types of publishing are frequently blurred and

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  • Flights – the journey of a novel in fragments

    The distinctness of every culture can be found hidden, like a Morse code, within the nooks and creases of language. Which is why, translation is not an easy job, especially literature where the central idea encompasses a wide range of moods and emotions. It would be wrong to say that Olga Tokarczuk is the exclusive

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  • Writer’s Block is a blasted lie!

    From John Steinbeck and Toni Morrison to Rumaan Alam and Nora Ephron, from old to new, famous writers and authors have not only trashed the idea of writer’s block but they have also called it fiction, a question that hasn’t been solved yet and a concept that is most definitely a lie.

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  • 10 tips for writers who want to get published traditionally

    Ten tips which I blindly followed to get my manuscript to the other side of the table.

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