Interview with Rupesh Sharma

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
Well, I should say that I grew up in Manipal Karnataka India because before that I don't remember much about my life. being a student of Manipal University I realized that there was something wrong with the education system of India . We student are really not learning anything but just following orders from the system which I consider " mechanical" . Moreover, after wasting most precoius part of our human life the knowledge that we get from our institutions becomes obsolete and in some cases might be even problematic . It was this realization that I lost my faith in certificates and now I consider them as bunch of papers because thats what they really are and then I started to think what is human life indeed. Story is quite long but let's make it brief.
When did you first start writing?
As I said I started thinking in Manipal itself but honestly speaking , I never wanted to be an author because in Manipal I don't know how it really happened but I had a chance to read few books namely "Shrimadbhagwat gita" , "101 Upnishads ", "Relativity", "The Brief History of Time" by Stephan Hawking ," The Road to Reality" by Rozer Penrose, "Chaos" by John Glieak etc and there was something inside these book that changed my life outright.
What's the story behind your latest book?
ABSOLUTE MOTION [On the Stupidity of Modern Science]……..is a research based book. The subject on which this research was done, belongs to an absolute human curiosity that ask ” Where am I?” or ”Why I am in this apparently infinite universe?” The book starts with an establishment of a mere probability that there is something wrong within the existing framework of most fundamental principles of modern science and by logics and demonstration of the facts, author at the last of the book perfectly transforms this simple probability into a truth that “There really is something wrong with the modern science as it exists in this dawn of 21st century human civilization”.
What motivated you to become an indie author?
well,as I said I never wanted to be an aithor but I was engaged in research work but because in oreder to publish a research work ,you have to complete lots of formalities and despite of my sciencerest efforts I could not do that and when it was confirmed that there is no way that I can publish my research work anywhere not to mention that I have tried even popular science journals like "Nature", "Science" or even "Science Reporter" that cost just Rs 10 but they all rejected to publish my work .So, as you can see I was living in an optionless situation and then I decided to publish my work via self-publishing.
How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
Style Guide that was provided to me by smashwords, basically, in itself as a book is a masterpiece, perhaps the best text to teach even to a completely new author who has no prior experience of this industry at all. I would like to recommand all my beloved indie authors that before even considering the idea of publishing they must download a copy of this style guide which is available on www.smashwords.com and just read it .
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
After a dedicated research that took 14 years of my most precious life , I got something to which I consider as something that mankind of this dawn of 21st century human civilization on Earth in this universe must know about .

I wrote this book because I found it the best possible way so that I could convey my research report to humankind . As a matter of fact this book is not a book but its a message to humanity and if you go ahead and read this book you will realize exactly what I mean.
What are you working on next?
I have a long story like a saga or something and I could not insert it completely in a single book . So have decided to write a complete report of my research and in the next book I will do the same.
Who are your favorite authors?
Stephan W Hawking,
brien Green,
John Glieak
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
My research work that I still consider incomplete .
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
In promotion of this book online and reading books.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
In order to answer this beautiful question I have a story for you to tell and here we go

Modern science on the subject says that there is a power in the universe, this power lies within the matter that exists in its domain which is a physical or natural object. Now, it is this power that enables every physical to resist any change in its present state of existence (or state of motion to be precise) .They say that this power is “Inertia”, a sort of inertness and source of this power is within every physical existence but it appears that the source of this power of a physical existence is somewhere else in the universe.
But power of “The Matrix” is concentrated within a single object and the object is “Observer“ that is you, so
……………….. Whatever you observe in this nature, you observe it, because and only because you are allowed to observe it……………………………………….
[As if human senses like vision or touch, etc (Gifts of God to humankind?) are nothing but Absolute Limits]
The Matrix is so powerful in this universe that without even applying any real trick, within an interval of 90 Billion Light Years (expense of the Observable Universe) to 10-32 cm (Planck Length, far smaller than an atom) in space and in the interval of 13.7 Billion years ( Age of the Universe) to 10-44 seconds (or Planck Time ) in time, it creates
Particles within the particle
&
Structures within the structure
&
Chaos within the chaos
& even,
Worlds within the worlds
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
This book is my first story.
How do you approach cover design?
As I am not that much rich so that I could hire a professional . So, I decided to creat a cover of this book on my own and I learnt DTP (Desktop Publishing) itself and combined with the knowledge that I got from another one of the most advanced tool of our time which is "youtube" I did this all by myself and not even a comma or a full stop was placed in this book by anyone else .

I must confess that the first cover I made and that is still available with amazon was quite unprofessional but this time the cover I created is simply awesome.
Published 2015-02-10.
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Absolute Motion
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 42,840. Language: English (Indian dialect). Published: February 13, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Physics / Quantum Theory
ABSOLUTE MOTION [On the Stupidity of Modern Science]……..is a research based book. The subject on which this research was done, belongs to an absolute human curiosity that ask ” Where am I?” or ”Why I am in this apparently infinite universe?”