Sudhansu M Nayak
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Engineer -> IT Sales- Pre-sleep book-reader. Loves to read varied genre. Ocassional strummer. Enjoys spinning fairly-tale fantasy with daughter and cooking with wife. :-)

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RECIPROCAL Sudhansu M Nayak

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Sudhansu M Nayak

Dear all,
My manuscript RECIPROCAL is in the TOP THREE in both the leaderboards- highest rated and most popular books on BloodyGoodBook. Should I pinch myself on this 1st of April :-) I thank you all readers for your valuable time, love and appreciation. Hope you enjoyed what you read. While exploring the finer subtleties of yin and yang of human nature, the twists and turns of the mysteries and suspense build up and explode towards the climax.

Thanks again and warm regards
Sudhansu

Apr 01 '15
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The gentle man who taught infinity

Sudhansu M Nayak

Dear Sheshagiri,
I don't know if there is a word in english for this- 'toggle'is not the right word. Let me try: The way you have played with the words, I wanted to jump to the next paragraph in anticipation of knowing more and then come back to re-read what I had read and again go but not to the point where I had initially left but even further to see where the damn mystery is heading; to be surprised again and come back :-) And feeling like a child all the while. I thank you for that. Your snippets on Bangalore also make me visit the city soon. I have pleasant memories.
I echo Uday's comments. All the best. I will wait for the book.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 20 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Radhika,

Loved the writing. Particularly the name Avyaya struck me. It saddened me when shortened it. :-) I would love to read more of your work. Please keep writing.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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The Rakshasas and certain other inventions

Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Swetha,
Someone had told me once that story writing is like flying a kite-one must know when let loose, when to tighten and when to bring the kite home. I was amazed by the control your words have on the stories. And with the right amount of subtlety mixing with the climax. Wonderful work. Loved them. Please write more. All the best.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Gaurav,
I don't know why but 'The Call of Cthulhu' by HP Lovecraft, the Hindi movie called '100 Days', the English movie called 'Inception' and brilliant, subtle and self-deprecating humour hit me all at once. I wish I could weave in and out of the myriad notes and embed them into a fresh plot like this. Well done, mate. I look forward to reading more. All the best.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Vinati,
The way you have changed the pace-sometimes slow, sometimes quick and back to the point while still holding the point deceptively with the word play, makes me feel a bit jealous. I must read more of your writing to learn that aspect of writing. :-) Echo your views and the myriad points of experience. Please write more. All the best.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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Vinati Sukhdev

Thank you for your kind words. I have been a professional writer all my working life and that help! First as a journalist and then as a copywriter with advertising agencies.

Mar 19 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Krishna,
I liked the way you are converging on the points. Good use of contexts. I have also seen some authors use few local-flavoured words when they bring in different countries to make it sound more authentic. I would love to read further. Please keep writing. All the best.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Ravi,
Lucid writing. I liked the spacing of the factors of intrigue through the chapters. They grab the attention and hold it. And I would place the blame squarely on you for my lack of sleep now when I have started thinking how the story is going to pan out and end. :-) Would love to read the book. All the best.

Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 19 '15
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Ravi Krishnan

Hi Sudhansu, I have since published my entire book at http://amzn.to/1MMqtb5 . Please do read and review it. Thanks

Jul 24 '15
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Of Love and Loyalty

Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Niyati,
I was smiling half-way through the first story.I am a dog-lover too and somewhere in my heart of hearts even though I knew she must rush to Pawan, the way you have put forth the words, I was deceived. :-) Glad to meet a fellow dog-lover here. I read the other two stories. Loved the simplicity of the thought and the language. I would love to read the book. Meanwhile, is there a blog which you maintain? It would be great to sink my mind into it and learn more. All the best.
Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 18 '15
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Niyati Shinde

Thank you Sudhansu for the generous rating and awesome review :-) Glad you liked the stories... Yup, dog-lover forever! No, I don't maintain a blog... Although, the idea does intrigue me... Maybe will start blogging soon...

Mar 18 '15
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Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Neha,

Innocence of the words popped out and made me happy. Please keep writing. All the best.

warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 17 '15
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The Second Coming

Sudhansu M Nayak

Hi Nagendra,
The level of detailing is brilliant. They say-God lies in the details. When I am reading a literary fiction, I love to indulge in the environment and the soft ease with which the story progresses. It makes me think. Good job there. Would like to read more. All the best.
Warm regards
Sudhansu

Mar 17 '15
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