I was very excited when Poulomi Sanyal, author of Colour Me Confounded, agreed to let me interview her about her latest book, Thought Warriors, The Coming of Kalki, which has just been released. Poulomi and I share a few things in common – we both live in Canada after immigrating here, we have both written
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We Are Mars is off to a running start out there is Book Land. I gave it as good a shove forward as any doting parent should. Now we shall wait and see if it will fly on its own. The marketing continues, but all the hard, ‘getting off the ground’ stuff is behind us.
These days, book marketing is taking up the bulk of my time. We Are Mars is off to a great start and I consider the launch of my first novel a huge success personally, as well as being a success for my fledgling career as an author. It’s been a busy few weeks, booking signings,
It took so long, yet was here in a flash. Time is peculiar that way. Needless to say, We Are Mars is now for sale and I couldn’t be happier! Today is the culmination of almost 2 years of work and much back-and-forth getting everything perfect for the launch of this amazing book. I always
It isn’t always easy to begin the writing process after a long hiatus. That is why I decided to not leave too much time between We Are Mars and it’s follow-up – Storm At Dawn. I have a good feel for where I’ve left off at the end of We Are Mars, so now is
Where do you start? How do you get your book in front of an audience as an indy author? These are possibly the hardest two questions you’ll face as an independent writer, because they mean you not only need to know how to write, you also need to know how to take your work to