Prakash Vir Sharma
Prakash was born in a remote Indian village on August 31, 1973. With a degree in Science and a professional course in Education, Prakash went for P.G. in Economics and after that he earned Master's Degree in Business and Administration.
Prakash is a social thinker and writer by passion. He is well known for his impartial analysis on political, social and religious issues of India.
Early in 1990, Prakash began working as a freelancer for newspapers. ''Shrambheri'' (a Hindi weekly) was only the beginning, he continues to publish articles, poems and stories in various print media. His co-authored books "Pratibimb" and "Mahakte Panne" were published by a vanity publisher there in India.
''Kathputli'', his first short story book on social issues, was self-published in March'17. It was in the news for more than two months, then went from social media to print media because of his great sense of humor.
During May that year, he participated in StorytellerUK2017 contest with his second book “Life in Shackles". This book took first place in customer reviews. "Life In Shackles" went global with the reader base in UK, USA, Canada, France and India.
At present, with 24 years of technical experience in steel industry, he is working at a senior management position in Bhushan Power & Steel Ltd. Though his home town is Moradabad, he is currently residing in Kolkata (India) with his wife, a son and a daughter.
His hobbies include reading, travelling and helping others. Oh, did we forget to mention that he loves Facebook and Tea!
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उठ जाग मुसाफिर भोर भई
by Prakash Vir Sharma
An inspirational, motivational and self help book based on Philosophical and Management principles. The book is intended to help teenage students and their parents in making a strong and full proof decision to handle the daily life situations.
"Failure is not the end, It's just beginning of a good start up."
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Smashwords book reviews by Prakash Vir Sharma
on June 29, 2017
Ship Rats is an amazing work about the rats. I loved the way how brilliantly the author described their thoughts, fear and communication.
Joy In a Box
on Oct. 06, 2017
OMG! These boxes (short stories) are full of delight, suspense, surprise, wisdom, love, regret, disgust, frustration, surrender, sadness and much more. Sally Hanan presented a great collection of 30 flash fiction short stories. Some stories made me laugh, while others left me on the verge of tears. I enjoyed a good mix of parody and true stories. During reading this book I felt myself travelling to courtroom and church. As a life coach, she demonstrated her skills very well in this book.
I have found a blank page there, hence it's my personal opinion that the book needs reformatting.