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GETTING PUBLISHED IN INDIA, AKA THE ACT OF BEFRIENDING REJECTIONS

If you are reading this then you are either writing a book or have finished one and looking for publishers, or, perhaps, thinking about writing one. If it's the last one then I have a story for you. It's about a frog who had once decided to jump into a pond. That's it! That is the whole story. He is still contemplating. The most important part of writing a novel is to put the first word down on the paper (or the computer screen, whatever).
By nature, I am a lazy person, with a very short attention span. That is not an ideal combination for a writer, or for any creative person for that matter. What worked for me is the fact that writing has been never a thing that I had to DO. It had always been coming through me. The part I had to work on is research, and I have no complaints about that. I have always enjoyed that part of the process: hunting down information and ideas that I can use.
All these have nothing to do with publishing a book. This is for writing it, but, I have…

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