News Now Interview: A Journey of a Journalist on the Road to Authordom

Dear Readers,

'Road to Cherry Hills' is a romantic, inspirational novel.
‘Road to Cherry Hills’ is a romantic, inspirational novel.

Happy to inform you that my debut novel “Road To Cherry Hills” has been well appreciated at the recently held London Book Fair and Warsaw Book Fair, apart from the national [Indian] book fairs this year. It is getting good reviews on Amazon and Flipkart as well.

Thanks a lot for all the support and love. I hope to write more, learn from my critics and continue to write even better. Apart from some interesting reviews and interview by blog reviewers, I have been recently interviewed by News Now.

Here’s the news link below.

http://epaper.thenewsnow.co.in/m/archives.aspx?date1=6/19/2018&page=10

Road to Cherry Hills - An interview
Road to Cherry Hills – An interview

 

You can also log on to Amazon.in to write a review. Thanks once again. Happy reading.

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2 thoughts on “News Now Interview: A Journey of a Journalist on the Road to Authordom

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  1. My dear Sohini,

    Long silence. Hope all is well. We are also keeping fine here.

    I was very happy to note that your novel, ‘Road to Cherry Hills,’ is well received and much appreciated. I have no hesitation in endorsing that the appreciation is well deserved. Many congratulations. I noted from your interview that you are planning to publish your short story collection in the near future. I eagerly look forward to see it published soon. Maybe, you have already gathered a ‘fan club,’ and I have become one of them.

    How is Kush doing? My love to him and my respects to your parents.

    As Ever, Affectionately, HS Eswara

    1. Dear Sir,
      Hope you are doing well. This is such a lovely comment. Such wonderful fans I have, I’m humbled. Truth is, one really needs to work hard and move ahead. I do have plans to publish a short story collection, but it will take some time, I know. Kush is doing well, thanks. I will convey your regards to my parents. My regards to aunty. Please take care and apologies for the ‘long silence’. I’ll call you soon.
      Regards,
      Sohini

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