Charioteer Mode


Born on July 18th 1996 in Kanpur, India, Parthasarathi Singh, better known by his pen name Charioteer Mode, has been writing fiction since the age of 14. He is currently working on a novel called 'The Amazing, Wonderful Life of Mr. Singh', written in the informal first-person as a sort of fictional autobiography, exploring varied realms, such as atheism, Nichiren Buddhism, astrobiology, rocket science, incest, seasteading, and space colonization, among others. He also has a 6-chapter excerpt of his currently suspended love story project Numaa-Ish, on his blog. When he is not writing, Parthasarathi is reading on his Kobo eReader, studying biology, sifting through Facebook, or sipping tea.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
I prefer reading, listening to music, sipping mostly black or green tea, or trying to get that peace and quiet which is so hard to come by in my house (sic).
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I use a service called BookBub. Moreover, I have a lot of friends who are bookworms, and I'm still part of my old college's Literary Club's WhatsApp group, so I get suggestions from there. I also try to Google books on specific subjects, or related to a previous work of fiction. For example, after reading Dan Brown's 'Inferno', I immediately downloaded Dante Alighieri's 'The Divine Comedy'. I also try to indulge my more unusual or cruder interests such as historical studies of bestiality, hacking, seasteading, hydroponic gardening, etc., and I actively seek out books on the same.
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Where to find Charioteer Mode online


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