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My Experience On Being A Published Author #Blogchatter Ebook Carnival

I take on the baton of Blogchatter Ebook Carnival from Nupur whose e-book ‘Insta Gita’ is also a part of the mix.

About Nupur’s ebook:

It covers topics like – The Bhagavad Gita is part philosophy, part self-help, part poetry. Translations can be enigmatic and commentaries can suck the life out of its verses. This book summarizes the Gita and presents Arjuna’s reaction to Krishna’s words, as Everyman, in poetry.

My Experience:

Being a published author after 3 years of blogging, was something which I never imagined in my wildest of dreams. It was not even an ambition I ever cherished.

But then I participated in the Blogchatter A2Z challenge and later in the month of May Blogchatter spearheaded the E book Carnival.

The entire process of compiling my blog posts, editing them and re-editing them again and again so that it’s worthy for an e-book was an exhausting yet very exciting experience.

I have mentioned in my earlier posts about my experience of writing and publishing my ebook so this post is not about that but about my sentiments after being an owner of the ebook.

After the e-book ‘Decoding Midlife’ was live on the blogchatter site, I started behaving like a young excited kid. I kept visiting the site to check whether my book is being received well by the readers. I was so thrilled to see that many people have loved and appreciated my effort.

I received reviews for the book by the family through personal messages and by community members as well. The most precious review for my book has been by Dr.Sangeetha Menon which is on my good reads author’s page. Oh yes, I have an author’s page on Goodreads now too. That gives me a feeling of such pride.

You can check the review here

Also, the review by fellow community member Namratha on her blog NamySaysSo lifted my spirits and I plan to incorporate the changes suggested through these reviews in my next edition of the book which I plan to release in a few months.

So, if you have missed reading the book and sharing your views visit the link to download my first ebook ‘Decoding Midlife’. Do it soon as it’s available for free download only for a few more days.

Until then, Happy Reading!

See you around!

I pass on the Baton of Blogchatter Ebook Carnival to Anshu whose e-book ‘Tara’ is also part of the mix.

About Anshu’s ebook:

Tara is a dreamer who lives in her past. After a bad breakup, she chooses to marry but fails to accept her husband. A chance meeting with her ex-lover rekindles her interest. Will she give in or save her marriage? Or will she listen to her heart and break free?

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