Books I’ve been in
I tend to do things in the wrong order; I’ve done this all through my writing career. I got a novel published before I started blogging, I became a journalist after becoming a writer, and now, to add to the list, I’ve had several novels out before I got my first story in an international … Continue reading
(posted earlier on the Titan Books site, here) It’s amazing that superheroes are still popular, because our concerns as a species have become terrifyingly small. Earlier generations used to really believe in things; gods, life in outer space waiting to greet or annihilate us, nuclear bombs, unknown monsters, evil, identikit foreigners. It was an easier … Continue reading
Just going through a final edit of the trilogy before I send it off. It should be out in a month or so. It feels very strange to read something you wrote a decade ago. You were a different person, and it really shows in the writing.
The fantastic Chiki Sarkar at Penguin India wrote to say that among the ranks of the first battalion making Penguin India’s biggest ebook publisher stood these three: The Simoqin Prophecies The Manticore’s Secret The Unwaba Revelations For readers outside India, more exciting ebook news soon!
Turbulence is out in the UK in three weeks. Which means I’ve reached a state of silent panic half a world away. I’ll be visiting the UK in September/October to do a bunch of events. Early feedback has been good – one review in particular that I’m thrilled about and will be posting here when … Continue reading
Just back from Jaipur. So much happened, so many stories to tell, but already deadlines loom and so I’ll just run away after posting some links, as usual. Here’s a piece I did for the BBC on five highlights of the Jaipur festival. Here’s the text: THE RUSHDIE CONTROVERSY If there was one unifying theme … Continue reading
Here‘s a GRRM piece I wrote for the Sunday Guardian.
Putu is a Hero now Putu is a Hero now. Stop him if you can but how? Putu wearing underwear Wiggling like he just don’t care. Putu stopping every villain Only bruisin, never killin, Putu shooting beam from eye, Like a lightning in the sky. Putu having honour code, Always paying what is owed, Never … Continue reading