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I quit my job because I wanted to follow my dreams. I realized the kind of life I wanted to live.

Ravinder Singh (Author)

In the preface of the second book, I have mentioned that it may be my story, may not be my story. It’s actually a blend of various true stories written to me by my readers, and at the same time not all is fact.

Ravinder Singh (Author)

Nowadays every other book is a bestseller. However, the reason why I feel I made it to the top 10 was because of the emotional connect with people.

Ravinder Singh (Author)

Tags don't affect me. I don't even call myself an author. I would love to call myself a storyteller.

Ravinder Singh (Author)

I don't want to outsource my Facebook pages. Whatever is there comes from my keyboard. I spend an hour and a half every day talking to them.

Ravinder Singh (Author)

Initially I began writing in the blog. I began getting a lot of positive feed back from my readers. Many appreciated the apparent simplicity of my writing style. Then I got an opportunity to write for a local newspaper which I grabbed.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

Ever since I remember I have written and painted. As a child I used to read a lot and also draw a lot of pictures. The margins of my text books were always filled with illustrations.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

I wish I could tell you that I have this tricycle where one wheel is my career, the other wheel my family and the third wheel my other interests!

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

I started my blog in 2006, and my first book came out in 2008. Before that, I had always written, but never thought of writing professionally.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

Read, read, read a lot! Write, write, write – as much as you can!

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

I started my blog to get over the grief of losing my father; to cheer myself up because I was in a dark place. Death was something I hadn’t faced before and I had been really close to my dad.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

I started posting anonymously. Slowly my posts became popular.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

My dad having a transferable job I felt was both good and bad. We moved every three years, on an average, to a new place. This helped me adjust to new cultures, people and also see more of the world as compared to a lot of people who have stayed only in one place throughout their lives.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

To make a blog tick it requires a tremendous amount of hard work, dedication and perseverance.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

Months of effort! It took me two years to write this book. I spent a lot of time researching on the Internet and read a number of books and articles written on this topic.

Preeti Shenoy (Author)

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