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  • Jeevan Gopalan

    Jeevan Gopalan

    How did you become an author and get published? Share your experience.
    Writing under a pen name for the first time was an experiment. While I was releasing my book on my own. The good news is that self-publishing options are available these days. Which is introducing readers and the world to some excellent authors and books. According to my experience, writing a book and self-publishing it is not very difficult; however, getting it noticed by readers and promoting it are more difficult and costly tasks that most people cannot afford. I believe that some literary treasures and authors remain obscure as a result.
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  • Jeevan Gopalan

    Jeevan Gopalan

    How did you become an author and get published? Share your experience.
    Writing under a pen name for the first time was an experiment. While I was releasing my book on my own. The good news is that self-publishing options are available these days. Which is introducing readers and the world to some excellent authors and books. According to my experience, writing a book and self-publishing it is not very difficult; however, getting it noticed by readers and promoting it are more difficult and costly tasks that most people cannot afford. I believe that some literary treasures and authors remain obscure as a result.
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  • BS Murthy

    BS Murthy

    How did you become an author and get published? Share your experience.
    It’s all there in my essay, “My ‘Novel’ Account of Human Possibility”, present in this site and in the net, that one may find interesting as well as illustrative.
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  • Sarah D

    Sarah D

    When you're working on a book and a new idea pops up, should you pursue it immediately (also known as 'UP syndrome') or finish your current project first? What do you think is the best course of action?
    No I rarely run after things that seem flashy and catch your eye. I love my tried and tested formulae.
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  • Carol Ann Eastman

    Carol Ann Eastman

    What are some books or authors that you would recommend to our readers?
    I am have an EPIC year of reading.  Every book I have read as been absolutely AMAZING!  I have read:Fourth Wing (magical realism/fantasy)Good Luck With That (for anyone who has ever struggled with his/her weight)The Idea of You (a little too romancy and sexy for me, but I did enjoy it.)The entire ACOTAR series (not my REAL genre, but I loved Maas' diction and the dynamic of characters)One Summer in Savannah (Loved it, but as a PRO-CHOICE author, I still enjoyed this book at the other side.  Always trying to educate myself.)The Breakaway (Big fan of Jennifer Weiner!  I often feel like she's in my head.  Love her humor and powerful stories.)The Women (Wow.  Wonder...
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  • Rishikesh Upadhyay

    Rishikesh Upadhyay

    Welcome Prof. Upadhyay! Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your background as writer and a professor?
    Thank you. It's a great pleasure to be here.Well, I was born, raised and lives in Bhanjang Basti, Haflong which is a small Nepalis’ hamlet in the district headquarter of Dima Hasao, in the Indian states of Assam. I write articles, book chapters, research articles, poems, children’s as well as nonfiction titles. I started writing from my post-graduates onwards. I am a graduate in science from Haflong government college, an MSc, MPhil and a PhD from Assam University, Silchar.I am best known for my writings and teaching!My father (Pitambar Upadhaya) was in the Northeast Frontier Railway service and Nandakala (Bawni) Upadhaya (mother), a homemaker.My writings have been appeared, quoted and c...
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  • Danielle Theresa

    Danielle Theresa

    Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your background as a writer?
    Absolutely! I’ve always been an avid reader, which naturally led me to writing. I grew up in a small town where the local library was my haven. After college, I pursued a career in marketing but never let go of my dream to write. I started writing short stories and eventually published my first novel five years ago. Since then, I've been lucky enough to write full-time.
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  • Jordan Roy

    Jordan Roy

    Can you tell us about it?
    It is my pleasure! My latest book is titled Echoes of Destiny. It’s a historical romance novel set in 18th century England, amidst the backdrop of political intrigue and social upheaval. The story follows the forbidden love between a young noblewoman and a revolutionary activist, whose paths intertwine amidst the turbulent times.
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