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Call for Early Readers: The Good, The Bad and The Silly

Apr 18, 2020

What an experience the past 30 days have been! I hope this note finds you well, mentally, physically, emotionally. I pray you are as well as you can be, with a mix that is more in favour of happiness and joy than their opposites.

For me, the past month has been productive as I finished my fiction novel that I had planned for the first half of this year. It is called “The Good, The Bad and The Silly” and it is the first pure fiction story featuring Jigneshbhai and Swami. Though I must admit that those of you who know me might find some similarities with real life experiences. But let me assure you that these coincidences are, as they say, purely coincidental and a product of the author’s imagination.

This book introduces you to the world of Jigneshbhai and Swami. When an innocent health check-up report of Swami is seen by Raji Periamma, it leads Swami and Jigneshbhai to a specialist. As they find out, this turns out to be the first among a series of comic unexpected episodes. An accidental meet with astrologers, a funny drunkard and some unnecessary action at the cinema start a series of coincidences and sequences of uneasy trickery, leading up to a temple visit that shakes Swami’s faith. Get ready for Jigneshbhai and Swami to manoeuvre this motley group of the bad and the silly to finally let the cat out of the bag!

The title will be up online in a few days as I finish the final edits and cover this weekend. Meanwhile, I wanted to ask if you would like to receive a free copy of the book to read and review. I will send you a free copy of the eBook for private reading in a format that you would like, and would appreciate if you could post an honest review on Amazon or Goodreads (I will send you the link). The ebook is available in mobi (for Kindle), epub (Apple devices and other readers) or PDF (Adobe Reader) formats. 

If you would like to be an early reader, just send me a note with your preferred format and email to I will take care of the rest. As you know, early readers and frank, honest reviews are important not just for other later readers to find the book, but also for the author to build a credible reader base over time.

I look forward to hearing from you. That’s it for now. And wish you a better next month than the last! Thank You,

Yours sincerely


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  1. Anonymous

    All the best Ranjit

  2. Anonymous

    Congratulations Ranjit!

  3. Sourav Roy

    Awesome. Look forward to reading it.

  4. Parag Jain

    Will be fun to read. Awesome. Good luck.

  5. Vikas Vasisht

    Looks interesting Kullu.. All the best

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