Self-publishing is the most modern thing that has happened in the book world. And, more than modern, I think it’s the best that any author can imagine. Usually, what used to happen was that struggling authors would go to every publisher in the market and the publishers would separate the wheat from the chaff. The… (0 comment)

Being in the publishing business for so long, I think I’m expected to suggest nice reads to people. Though I’m not much of reader, there are a few works that I really like. Catch 21: First in the lot is ‘Catch 21’. Written by American author, Joseph Heller, it’s a satirical novel that is set… (0 comment)

You can fancy yourself in the mirror and dream to become a superstar. You can even imagine yourself as the master chef by watching random cookery shows. But, if you want to be a prolific writer, reading is your magic wand. Reading and just reading! Why, because you’ll rarely spot a writer who isn’t fond… (0 comment)

Relaxation is best when you have a pillow behind, a coffee steaming cup beside and your favourite mid-night novel right in front, happily flipped through as you doze by! Ever wondered about the history or for that matter, future of publishing industry in India? Publishing dates back to June 1884 when The Indian Press established… (0 comment)

At the outset let me begin by saying that I am no expert when it comes to commenting on the education system here in India. However, that besides, I am a publisher and because of the storm that kicked up due to the copyright infringement suit filed against a certain ‘Rameshwari Photocopy’, it becomes pertinent… (0 comment)