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My Interview with Indiacafe24 where I talk about my debut novel ‪#‎FalseCeilings‬ and what went into shaping up the book. The questions were interesting and I had fun answering them. Do read and share.

Meera reviews ‪#‎FalseCeilings‬ @ A Rat's Nibble.
"It is commendable that Amit has chosen such a complex story line for his debut novel. However complex it is, his narration makes it crafty and the pace was good enough to keep the readers arrested till the end."
Read the full review here -

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My article on Writersmelon about how non-linear technique of storytelling can be effectively used to create a fascinating narrative to hold a reader's attention.

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Maniparna Sengupta Majumder, who blogs at 'Scattered Thoughts' reviewed #FalseCeilings. This is what she has to say - "Just like us, the characters of Manohar, Lipi, Vinod, Aaryan, Meena, are human beings. They have been portrayed in different shades of grey, but never in either black or white. Still, the delineation doesn’t appear drab or monotonous and, there lies the skill of Amit as a writer.
Apart from the central characters, the author has paid diligent attention to the not-so-conspicuous characters as well. Amit has expounded on every single character making them three-dimensional and identifiable."
Click on the link below to read the full review.

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My interview in Open Road Review, South Asia's leading magazine of Literature and Culture. The interview was conducted by Kulpreet Yadav, who is a bestselling author, motivational speaker, and Founder-Editor of Open Road Review.

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Coverage of ‪#‎FalseCeilings‬ by the IndiaInfoOnline Website.

My article on Writersmelon about the importance of researching before you start writing that book of yours. Do read and share.

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'You have changed’ is the ‘Houston, we have a problem’ of married couples. The spaceship of marriage strays away from a predefined trajectory and men who think they are sitting in the control room, get a nasty shock of an SOS. 
Are you doing it right? The fires start burning low after the first year of togetherness. Here are a few tips that men can work upon to keep the love alive (all in good humour). Then you would have changed for good.

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Afshan Shaik reviews my novel False Ceilings on her blog "The Pensive". This is what she has to say - "The reader travels from the narrow passages between the hills in Dalhousie, to the busy Connaught place of Delhi and also can visualise the sikh riots and the terror the country faced in 1984. As we enter the futuristic era of 2017-60s, where everything is fast paced , where our soups are in the form of capsules, I wondered has everything actually changed. Aren't the emotions, the love, hatred and confusion still the same?
All in all, the book makes a great read and will not disappoint you at all."
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