In Febuary 2014 we introduced Shweta Kesari as new Johntext Author for Madhya Pradesh / India. 20 months later we reached 261 published reviews. Assumed an average of 200 pages for a book sums up to 52200 pages altogether for 261 reviews. So every month there are 2610 pages to read. Wow. And this part-time and without any personal benefit.
So its time to say Thank you. Also to her friends Shivani Chauhan, Megha Biloniya, and others. And its time for some statistics.
261 reviews and interviews posted
2764 subscribers registered
most shares on Facebook for these posts:
Interview with Poetess Kristen Scott: 421
Losing My Religion by Vishwas Mudagal: 293
The Guardians of Halahala by Shatrujeet Nath: 194
The Six +1 Wish by Anubhav Joyotirmoy: 188
Interview of Prathap Kamath: 184
The Secrets of the Dark by Arka Chakrabarti: 150
Atisa and the Time Machine by Anu Kumar: 111
Almost There But Yet Not Arrived by Sandeep Mishra: 82
Interview of Author Shreyan Laha: 80
Love@ Air Force by Gaurav Sharma: 78
Interview of Poetess Varsha Singh: 76
Interview of Author Sujata Parashar: 70
Rainbows in the Desert Archna Pant: 66
Interview Of Author Angad Singh Saluja: 60
Interview of Author Chetan Jaiman: 57
Mad Money Journey by Mehrab Irani: 53
One Life to Love by Vinaya Patil: 46
Halfway Up The Mountain by Kiran Khalap: 46
Living Inside by Gopal Lahiri: 46
Interview of Rabjot Singh Isher: 43
HiFi in Bollywood by Rishi Vohra: 42
We the people Behind the Veil by Lalima Yadav: 42
Interview of Sanchit Mehrotra: 42
Time’s Lost Atlas; Compiled by Harsh Agarwal: 40
When We Clicked by Yash Pawaskar: 41
The Quest of the Sparrows by Kartik Sharma and Ravi Nirmal Sharma: 41
Planet Gastronomy by Ananya Banerjee: 39
Burning Sapphires by Suresh K. Goswami: 36
Nothing Between Us by Sanchit Mehrotra: 34
When a Lawyer walks down the aisle /Amrita Suresh: 32
Rhythm of Love by Rahul Prasad Kanu: 31
Interview of Author Gabriel Hemingway: 31
An Offbeat Story by Siddharth Srivastava: 30
Four Corners of the Circle by Mohit Jain: 29
Case of The Chinese Mastermind by Ketaki Karnik: 28
The Agony of Love by Neilay Khasnabish: 27
Interview of Author Vipin Behari Goyal: 26
Wisdom of the White Mountain /Kandathil Sebastian: 26
Bhendi Bazaar by Vish Dhamija: 24
Pluck Out the Heart – Anthology: 24
Hidden Husband by Shikha Kaul: 23
How to Get Government Jobs by K.P. Shashidharan: 23
Operation Mom by Reenita Malhotra: 20
The Gandhian Adventures of Raj and Iqbal by Zubin J. Shroff: 18
Yesterday I checked the number of subscribers on Johntext. We can be very satisfied. The total amount of all subscribers on Johntext is a five-digit number!!!
The first authors on Johntext – John P. Matthew from Mumbai (Johntext India) and Laura Lamarca from United Kingdom (Johntext United Kingdom) have a lot of subscribers because they had the most time and because they set value on good articles.
But numbers are not everything. What I want and wish most for 2015 and the coming years is that the real background of Johntext – to create literature with purpose to help – will lead to texts or books which help others…
Faraaz Kazi, the Writer Who Put Indian Romance Fiction on World Map, Talks about His New Book, Love and More
“With Truly, Madly, Deeply, esteemed writer Faaraz Kazi, made a stunning début and how! Kazi went on to win the 2013 National Début Youth Fiction Award and received the YCOF National Excellence award in Creative Writing. He is also first Indian author to have won coveted ‘Best Début (Romance)’ title at the international Goodreads choice awards.
His book Truly, Madly, Deeply, won him the tag of being called the ‘Nicholas Sparks of India.’ So far, it is the only Indian book to have been nominated in 7 categories at the Goodreads choice awards. It is also the only Indian book to feature in the ‘Top 100 YA Global Fiction’ list.
Kazi is a fellow member of the prominent ‘Film Writers Association of India.’ He is a three-time post graduate and also a certified soft-skills trainer. In addition, Kazi is the founder and CEO of DigiImprint Solutions, India’s first exclusive promotional agency for authors and artists. He is a well-known personality in literary fraternity and on social media.”
Delhi guys and girls, please join me for the launch of my latest book- LOVE (Lots Of Volatile Emotions) on Friday, the 6th of February, 2015 from 6:30 PM onwards at Hotel Premier Inn (Conference Room), New Delhi.
“Starting with Deceivers (Pustak Mahal / Cedar Books) which was released in September 2010, Joygopal Podder of Gurgaon, Haryana has had 14 crime fiction novels published in 45 months (September 2010 to June 2013). The other titles are The Inheritance, The Landlord’s Secret and Other Stories, Millennium City, High Alert, Superstar, Mumbai Dreams, Beware of the Night, A Million Seconds Too Late, Merchants of Dreams, Vanished and Goddess. The 13th and 14th novels Dynasty and 3 Mixed up Men were released in June 2014.”
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