Frontlist | Jammu Author’s debut novel breaks records on Amazon

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Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Jan 9: ‘Mystery of the Urban Monks’, the first fiction novel of Vikram Singh, the son of the soil, breaks the ice for being ranked number 4 on Amazon Hot New Releases.
The novel was launched by Story Mirror – one of the leading literary platforms for 35000 writers and 5 million readers in India and its kindle version was ranked number 1 in Action & Adventure category.
Vikram Singh, who is a senior banker by profession, an adjunct professor and an author by passion, hails from the city of Jammu. He is a regular guest faculty and a session panelist at events organized by India’s top business schools. Vikram is a passionate traveler and loves to write during his free time.
Sharing his experience of venturing into writing and about his debut novel with Excelsior, Vikram said, “Everyone is special and comes with a purpose in life. With my debut novel, I intend to convey an underlying message – making use of fresh analogies to make it original and stimulating, without patronizing the readers.
In his debut novel, the visionary author has combined a suspenseful thriller and the quest for the right path one takes in life post various events that shake the lives of the characters described in this mind-bending novel. It is a gripping story of three friends that takes you places wrapped with lore, intrigue and suspense, narrated by a mysterious Yogi.
The paperback is now available on Amazon India and International.
Vikram is also an advisor at IINREM Foundation (an NGO engaged in the upliftment of rural and semi-urban communities in employment and livelihood generation). He has written extensively on new-age technology and space exploration. He has co-authored a research paper with IIT Delhi on artificial intelligence in banking.
His award-winning short story ‘God’s Own Child’ featured in book titled “Kaleidoscope” is available at Amazon and in book stores.

Source: Daily Excelsior

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