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Welcome to Booksoarus

For many aspiring authors, the idea of writing their first book and getting published generates enough excitement to get started. However, very soon most realise that the process is far from easy.
The traditional publishing process moves in an excruciatingly painful and slow manner. Apart from the author, there are many more intermediaries involved in the exercise – literary agents, publishers, distributors, retailers and finally the readers.
The starting point is to write the book. This is where you have maximum control on the content, speed, style and overall approach.
I started a personal blog that focussed on the post-writing part i.e. how to get published.
That blog made one big assumption – most readers already have a book ready and are now looking for the next steps – bagging an agent or a publisher. There was the occasional post about writing a book too, but the general focus was clearly on the commercial and business aspects of getting published.
But after writing several posts, it seemed like I had skipped a step and moved to the next steps too early.
With this site, we take a few steps back and start from the basics. We’ll focus on the building blocks of writing a good book (fiction and non-fiction).
Join us as we explore the world of creative writing. If you write books in English, you’ll find several tips and techniques to improve your writing skills.
To get you started, download the free ebook covering 25 Tips, Tricks and Truths about writing fiction. Scroll down, add your email to the subscription form, submit and click on the confirmation email sent to your inbox.
In the comments below, let us know what you’d like to read more about and we’ll add that to our writing list.
Let’s enjoy the journey together.
Let the games begin!

About Sameer Kamat
Founder of Booksoarus. Author of 2 bestsellers - 'Beyond The MBA Hype' (HarperCollins) and 'Business Doctors - Management Consulting Gone Wild'.

3 thoughts on “Welcome to Booksoarus”

  1. hi sameer,
    your post are very helpful
    and interesting for a person thinking of writing.
    so my question is i have just finished my fictional/fantasy short story is there any scope for this genre in India and i am first time writer i will be pleased for
    your guidance.

  2. Hi Sameer,
    Thank you so much for your replies to various questions. I got the answers to many of my questions by reading above Qs & As.
    Very helpful.

  3. @Arman: In a country as big and diverse as India, there’s a market for everything. The scale may vary though.
    And it’s up to you to start reaching out to the right audience and make them aware of your book. That’s part of the publishing process.
    Plus, with platforms such as Amazon’s KDP, nothing stops you from reaching a global audience.
    Read this post: Writing a book: How to choose a genre?
    @Negi: Glad you liked the site and the contents.


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