Ranjit Singh


Ranjit Singh is a father, husband, Indian immigrant, and naturalized citizen of the United States. An irredeemable nerd and polyglot with varied interests, Singh has wandered around and lived in a dozen cities. When not spending time with family, he likes to catch up on reading and occasionally write.

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in India, a vast, ridiculously diverse country that visitors find staggering. My personal, social, and political outlooks were all shaped by that experience. India today is very different from what it was when I was growing up. It was not the economic powerhouse that it is today. There was tremendous corruption, poverty, and evil there; however, all those negative things were buried under a huge mountain of humanity, charitableness, love, and compassion. My writing is influenced by what I saw growing up, starkly contrasted against what I see in the prosperous first-world country that I live in now.
When did you first start writing?
Indian parents generally encourage their children to get into no-nonsense careers. There is no such thing as, "you can be whatever you want to be." I never even knew I had writing skills in me until I was well-established in my career, and started dabbling in writing as a hobby.
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Where to find Ranjit Singh online

Twitter: @AuthorSingh

Where to buy in print


Each One, Teach One: Preserving and Protecting the Second Amendment in the 21st Century and Beyond
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 32,700. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2016 by Pax Propter Opem Press LLC. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Civil and human rights, Nonfiction » Politics and Current Affairs » Arms control
Written by two authors with vastly different backgrounds - Ranjit Singh, an Indian immigrant and Greg Camp, a college professor, "Each One, Teach One" addresses a topic not discussed in depth, namely, the long-term threat to the Second Amendment arising from ignorance.

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