• Vedashree Khambete Sharma

BEDLAM, HERE I COME

Updated: Jun 7

It’s a couple of weeks till Swear You Won’t Tell? hits the bookstores, online and offline, and I’m reaching critical levels of crazy. In the past couple of weeks, I have had custom-made stationery printed, written self-promoting letters to unsuspecting media people and made a skeleton plan for a book launch, basically out of hope and thin air. Venue, date, catering, guest list – it’s like all those event management lectures I skipped in college are nudging me and saying, “Who’s having fun now, bitch?”

But the result of all this hard work is clear for everyone to see – my face is breaking out like a street performer who’s just been given a spot hosting the Grammys. But will I stop? No, sir. Because after the radio silence the first book received, I have realised that nothing is too much when it comes to promoting your book. Well, obviously there are some limits, it’s not as if I’m going to hop on a van with a megaphone and yell at innocent passerbys. Actually, that’s…no…no, that would be too much. Would it though? Probably, yeah. Yeah. Forget I said that. Yeah.

Anyway, while I slowly descend into madness, the book is available for pre-orders on Amazon. So if you haven’t already, book your copy now. And tell your friends about it. Or I will. With a megaphone.

Told you I was going nuts.

#Journal #NewBook

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