India’s heart throbbing romance writer, Durjoy Datta, is now all set to join the reputed league of Fiction Writers embracing Non-Fiction genre. Durjoy Datta is soon going to be a part of the eminent club including Chetan Bhagat, Ashwin Sanghi, Ravinder Singh and Amish Tripathi.
Chetan Bhagat was the first popular Indian Fiction Writer to try hands at writing Nonfiction. Chetan Bhagat’s “What Young India Wants”, a collection of essays on contemporary Indian issues was a success. What Young India Wants, not only received positive reviews but did fairly well in the commercial market.
Ashwin Sanghi earned a name for himself by leveraging Indian readers with an opportunity to read Dan Brown type content in relevance to India. Ashwin Sanghi became a master story-teller with his first book itself and later migrated towards Nonfiction genre. Ashwin’s “13 Steps” series is a popular series among the Indian audience. The 13 Steps series includes a book for Adult, Students, and Oldies as well. 13 Steps to Bloody Good Wealth, 13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck and 13 Steps to Bloody Good Marks are the first three books from the series.
Ravinder Singh also tried his hands at Non-Fiction genre, while his non-fiction work was not as profound or helpful as Chetan’s and Ashwin’s but certainly was a good read. “Like It Happened Yesterday” was a memoir, it had positive, emotional and impactful stories from Ravinder’s childhood.
Amish Tripathi, the millionaire Author, who rose to fame with his self-published book, Immortals of Meluha, has also released a non-fiction book. Amish Tripathi’s Immortal India, is a collection of essays and articles on contemporary India issues. The book is designed to help the rural reading India, identify the contemporary problems and put their minds on solving them.
Durjoy Datta, India’s most read Romantic Author has now joined hands with Westland Publishers and Harnidh Kaur for his first Non-Fiction Book. In an interview to Hindustan Times, Durjoy Datta said, “This is my first shot at nonfiction and the ride so far has been super exciting. I am stoked about the project and can’t wait for my readers to read this book,”
In the same interview, CEO of Westland said, “Durjoy Datta has a following like no one else in the industry. He dominates the romance and young adult fiction market in India. Having him write for us is certainly a win. It’s going to be a promising journey and we are very excited to anchor his venture into nonfiction,”
The first ever non-fiction work of Durjoy Datta will be out in early months of 2018; don’t be sad, for now, you can read his latest release “The Boy Who Loved”, which is receiving very impressive reviews.
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