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Sambhar Mafia - Cooked To Kill!

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Anything for you, Ma’am

After the success of FPS & ON@TCC, publishers have started focussing on the youth segment by bringing out books in the sub Rs. 100 category. “Anything for you, Ma’am” is one such book by an IIT student. The author Tushar Raheja is a final year student of IIT Delhi. If this trend catches on, we could see more publishers (atleast the Indian ones) signing up first time authors (especially the 20-something authors).


  • why Madras mail, any idea?

    By Blogger RaajK, at 2:57 PM  

  • ya his lover from madras now called as chennai

    if u click on the

    topic "anything for u ma'am "

    the link will drop u to the story :)

    By Blogger வெகுளி, at 3:34 PM  

  • thanx for the review.me out to buy it(first hand of course since it costs <100 bucks)

    By Blogger Sheks, at 6:52 PM  

  • Any ideas why the publishers are calling the book An IITian's Love Story?

    Never realised IITs education also got something to do in literature field.

    And what's next...An IIM Alumni's Album ??

    By Blogger Bishu, at 7:05 PM  

  • thanx for the info...

    By Blogger ashok, at 7:58 PM  

  • @RaajK,
    Veguli has answered your question.


    This is not a review...

    Just makes it that much more easier to market it. IIT being an undergrad place, it is much more easier to depict a love story :-)

    By Blogger Kaps, at 10:33 AM  

  • The cover art is horrendous and if I were to judge this book by its cover, then I may not have the kindest words for it.

    Also, why is an IIT tag considered an asset for budding authors when clearly creative writing is not something that is encouraged in engineering schools?

    By Blogger Patrix, at 1:28 PM  

  • Yes Patrix, the cover is not upto the mark. It probably gives some indication about the quality of the book.

    By Blogger Kaps, at 2:20 PM  

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