How My Ebook ‘Tara’ Has Changed My Life?

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I feel on top of the world after publishing my ebook Tara and want to stay there. 😉

I take on the baton of Blogchatter Ebook Carnival from Aesha whose ebook ‘Decoding MidLife’ is also a part of the mix.

About Aesha’s ebook: It covers topics like – ‘Approaching Midlife with positivity and vigour and not consider it to be a crisis phase of life. Writing this book has been an enriching and moving experience for the author as she explores facets of her own unknown personality.

So it has been a month since my ebook launched and tell you it has been a roller coaster journey since then, with more ups than downs. I am extremely proud to be the owner of my shiny ebook. If a couple of months ago had someone said I would be writing my own ebook, I would have surely laughed at them. But here I am with Tara and feeling so happy about it. I have been getting the sweetest messages from people all around the world (even from those who have not been in touch for quite sometime) that they read my ebook and loved it.

Participating in the BlogChatterEbook Carnival has changed my life in so many ways. Let me tell you how –

For the last month or so, I have been reading other ebooks, and let me tell you I am impressed with what I have read so far. There are so many talented people out there. It feels good to read them and then connect with them.

Stephen King rightly said – “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.” And so I am catching up on my reading!

I have reviewed these books which was a first for me. So see, I learnt something new. I won’t say I am a very good book reviewer, but I am learning the ropes and happy with myself so far. Though I have a long way to go…

It is no fun to write when you don’t have someone to share with. Yes, you need your village, and I have found one in the BlogChatter community. We write, we tweet, we share, we read and we encourage. We have built a small close knit writing community and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.

Apart from this, it’s fun to be a part of the live sessions held by BlogChatter for they are quite informative, helpful and useful for budding writers like me.

Now want to read about my book – Tara? Here is the blurb:

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?

Download your free copy from hereTara

Now, I pass on the Baton of Blogchatter Ebook Carnival to Deepa whose ebook ‘Healthy Recipes Cookbook’ is also part of the mix.

About Deepa’s ebook: Healthy but not boring. Her experiments in the kitchen are inspired by her daughters, her inspiration for discovering healthy & yummy new recipes She hopes to break the myth that healthy food is boring and tasteless.

 

 

 

About Anshu Bhojnagarwala

Fiction Addict. Agatha Christie Fan.
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7 Responses to How My Ebook ‘Tara’ Has Changed My Life?

  1. What a month and what a journey! We all have a story to tell about April.

  2. 🙂 🙂 Glad to have met you through the Blogchatter A-Z Challenge Anshu. You write very well and can’t wait for you to publish your second book soon! 🙂 Best of luck!

  3. syncwithdeep says:

    Lovely..

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