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#BlogchatterEbook Carnival has added the worth to our hard work

June 7, 2017
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I take on the baton of Blogchatter Ebook Carnival from Kadambari SIngh whose Ebook “Just As It Happened” is also a part of the mix.

 

About Kadambari’s Ebook

“Just as it Happened” is a love story. The story revolves around life of two very different people Meer and Meera. Meer is a young IT professional trying to find his calling and Meera a young, independent, sorted girl. They meet by chance but it’s not just coincidence on how they got close. The story moves ahead with their days together and moments that enlighten them more about themselves than the other. How the story moves and ends, keep turning the pages.

Stay tuned for an almost real yet fictional, almost predictable yet unpredictable, seen yet unseen, heard yet never heard of, story of two hearts.


My E-Book journey via Blogchatter

I have heard this many times- “We perform better when put under healthy pressure” but found it true recently while hopping on the journey to launch my E-book with Blogchatter.

I never thought of publishing a book until the day I got a mail from Blogchatter. They planted this dream in me while I was writing the posts on Minimalism for A to Z challenge. I was not aware of the process behind compiling and publishing the book before nor I knew about marketing techniques to be used to reach the right audience.

With Blogchatter team holding our backs, we were being navigated through the process from beginning to the day it was launched. We could not get this much attention if Blogchatter would not have been there along to create the buzz.

With other publishers beside us, energy level never got dropped but increased with each passing day.

Thanks to Blogchatter for letting us join the bandwagon. They have proved the need of Blogging community for Bloggers time and again.


I pass on the Baton of Blogchatter Ebook Carnival to Deepa Gandhi whose Ebook “Parenting Tips and Tricks ”  is also a part of the mix.

About Deepa’s Ebook:

Are you tired of finding new ways to make kids understand? Are you looking for answers to your parenting questions?

Parenting is fun- And this E-book shows you how. Do not push your kids too much and let them be. Always encourage them to be and strong. Be a happy parent and let your kids be happy too. These and much more such tips and tricks from an experienced mom.A parent’s guide to raising happy, insightful, creative and generous kids. Parenting blogger Deepa Gandhi believes parenting is easy, only if we remember to stay calm and enjoy parenthood. It is an insight from a learning and evolving mom.

Cheers to Blogchatter!

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6 Comments

  • Reply Pratikshya Mishra June 10, 2017 at 2:51 pm

    Blogchatter is indeed turning so many dreams into reality so diligently… 🙂 Glad to be a part of this carnival and connect with bloggers like you.. Would read your book soon 🙂 as it is a topic I can easily connect with… 🙂

  • Reply Hardeep Kalra June 10, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    Dear Upasna,
    I have read your book. Congratulations on being a successful writer. Minimalism is the need of the hour. My subject Economics also gives the same message. I am agree with you. If we all follow this book, we can get maximum satisfaction with our limited resources and enjoy hapiness. Keep it up.Best wishes for your success as a writer.
    –HARDEEP KALRA , SHAHABAD MARKANDA.

  • Reply Amit Prakash June 9, 2017 at 5:19 pm

    That is so cool. Blogchatter is literally turning our dreams into reality. great going. Am reading your book upasna and it is amazing. my review will be up soon:-)

    • Reply Upasna June 10, 2017 at 8:24 am

      Thanks Amit. I will be waiting to read your honest reviews. Congrats to you for getting your first Anthology published.

  • Reply Gayatri Gadre June 7, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    Thanks Upasna, can’t wait to read your book. Recently I switched to minimalism to reduce my dependency on a job and chase my dreams. I hope to learn a lot from your ebook. 🙂

    • Reply Upasna June 10, 2017 at 8:25 am

      I aim for same Gayatri. Thanks for showing your support to the Book. I will be soon coming up with a dedicated Blog on Minimalism.

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