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    This Indian authors journey from being self published to getting an Honourable Mention in the Paris Book Festival is truly amazing

    This Indian authors journey from being self published to getting an Honourable Mention in the Paris Book Festival is truly amazing 1

    The Paris Book Festival 2016 happened not so long ago and among books written by some of the greatest writers in the world, ‘A Middle Class Dream’, a book penned by an Indian settled abroad, namely, Kamlesh Thakur, was one of the noteworthy honourable mentions. The story of a boy raised in a typical Indian ...

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    Author Spotlight: Kushal Shah- All In

    Author Spotlight: Kushal Shah- All In

    Kushal is an author, business leader, management coach and a financial strategist with extensive experience in Finance, Economics, Decision Sciences and Outsourcing Strategies. Over the last 14 years, Kushal has helped reputed banking, financial services, insurance and e-commerce companies in improving their financial performance and restructuring their balance sheets through applications of decisions sciences. “All ...

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    Benefits of Self-Publishing Your Book

    Benefits of Self-Publishing Your Book

    Publishing a book on their own offers authors more opportunities and a wider array of options than ever before. Innovations such as e-book publishing and print-on-demand services have allowed authors promote their own books. Self-publishing is the hottest trend in books, as it provides creative thinkers and authors make their work known in a fast ...

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    The Benefits of Self Publishing Your Book

    The Benefits of Self Publishing Your Book

    Nowadays, self published books outnumber traditionally published books by a growing margin. There is a huge competition in the publishing business. Self-publishing is a common refuge for smarter authors who not only view publishing as an art but also a promising business venture. Self- publishing proves to be more liberating than the traditional publishing as ...