How young Bengali artists came up with the anthology – Kolkata Catalogue?

Stories from the land of Kolkata by Calcutta Apologue

Calcutta Apologue is a social media page which is growing really fast and has stormed out a phenomenal anthology named – Kolkata Catalogue. The book covers stories, tales, culture & scarce images from the streets of Kolkata. The eBook is compiled by artists, photographers, writers & poets from Kolkata. It also contains Calcutta Apologue’s most famous series of Conversation and the series of detective stories, Rohossye Rudra. It is a beautiful amalgamation of literature & knowledge of a typical Bong’s life.

We at Voice Verso have the opportunity to interact with the team to get the insights & as to how they came up with the idea of an anthology.

The book is garnering a wonderful response from the regional bibliophilic communities. It is captivating people to understand the root of the gullible culture of Kolkata.

The idea of Kolkata Catalogue is basically a brain-child of their CEO. He wanted to compile and publish an ebook that’ll convey the emotions of the city of Joy through art and literature. And Voice Verso made it possible. The book comprises various artistic aspects ranging from Bengali short stories to rarest of the photographs depicting everyday life in Kolkata.

Each of the stories and poems in this anthology talks about some aspects of the Bengalis’ life – be it their connection with the city, their tryst with Tagore, their rituals, their love for music and literature and of course, their obsession with fish and mutton curry! The Conversation stories, which Calcutta Apologue is famous for, speaks about the quintessential expressions of emotions of the Bengalis. The photographs are sure, would be a source of visual delight. Anyone with a knack for knowing the culture would definitely get an insight into what the Bengalis, term as ‘Bangaliyana’. They believe that the book will leave the reader with a long-lasting impression, which will transcend the confines of their mobile/Kindle screens and touch their souls.

It was amazing to see how a bunch of young artists running the most happening social media page named Calcutta Apologue;  imparting the education of regional literature.

With over 55 thousand followers on Facebook, ranging pan India as well as overseas, they get messages from people who understand Bengali but cannot read. They get messages from people who like to explore their culture and heritage. It is to cater to these sections of people that they have some Bengali content written in English font. They also mentioned that, sometimes, they get bashed by some passionate Bengalis for this (laughs). But, they believe that in a way, they are not just catering to the nostalgia of Bengalis, but promoting their culture and heritage to the people of other communities. Hence, the anthology Kolkata Catalogue is one such initiative.

The beautiful crossroads of social media and the heritage old culture of Kolkata is oozing through their book.  It imparts the beauty of the language that Kolkata represents & delivers literary education of how ‘Poriborton’ is around the corner.

You can find the book on Amazon & you can also review it on Goodreads

We hope Calcutta Apologue represents the true essence of Bengali culture & their book helps the world to dive deep into the beauty of Kolkata.

Kolkata Catalogue
Kolkata Catalogue

6 Reasons Why ‘The Shot’ became a Bestseller?

10 reasons why The Shot became a bestseller

The Shot- Yogic Thoughts & Mechanics of Pistol Shooting by Hari Prakash is a journey of a commander in Paramilitary forces, developing a strong cross path between the sports of Pistol Shooting & Yogic Spiritual Philosophy. The book catered a strong readership among Voice Verso & also became a bestseller on Amazon Kindle in less than 15 days since it’s launch. Here are 10 reasons why?

Author’s own personal background & qualification

The Author of the book – ‘The Shot’ is a commander in Paramilitary forces in India & he is involved with the sports of Pistol Shooting from two decades.  He has taught many national & international level pistol shooter including Common Wealth Games participant. He is conferred with Vishwamitra Award (Award is given by the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, India to coaches & teachers serving sports), owing to his services.  He has religiously devoured himself into Yoga and has trained for ‘Ashtanga Paddatti'(considered to be the topmost grade in Yogic Spiritual Learning).

Innovative Approach towards Shooting

Pistol Shooting is one of the most popular sports of our era. There are thousands of books on this topic that has already been published. What separates ‘The Shot’ from the rest is the amalgamation of yogic philosophy & the art of pistol shooting. It describes a strong marriage between your ‘oneness’ and how you become the head focus to hit your target every time you see it. It glances over the idea of life while discovering the journey of the sport.

The Author doing Yoga
Padma Asana pose by the author with graphics of target behind

Tonal Quality & Credibility

The overall book is quite fast paced and have a strong authoritative tone. It brings readers over the edge of their seats while reading it. It feels like a textbook or a handbook for readers who wants to pursue the career in pistol shooting sports. The experience and sheer amount of dedication, this book was written in provides an authoritarian language to the book.  There are a lot of “you shoulds” instead of “you cans” in the book.

Simple Language and less wordiness

The author has put forth his two decades of experience in this book, yet it sounds so simple and realistic. It binds the readers in a way that, they try to gain more focused life post reading it. It talks deep into the core of readers as to how you should. muster your full potential.  Dr. Deepa Vanjani, a notable  Ph.D., professor in English has edited the book in such a way that it encompasses every idea of a yogi & a shooter.

Highly Realistic

The author Mr. Hari Prakash himself has claimed that this book if read voraciously will indeed ignite a spark among youths & make them focus their targets in life. It defines the art of Pistol Shooting to its core. Right from, taking the stance, understanding the target, knowing about the grip etc. It also showcases, how yoga influences the mind to do unthinkable.

Stages of grip
Stages of grip from the book – ‘The Shot By Hari Prakash’

Extensively Researched & Well Academically Agreeable

The Shot paints the picture so clearly that, it provides well-articulated insights about pistol shooting. Author Hari Prakash has shared tons of research data that willfully compels readers to get hooked. For eg – the angle at which a shooter needs to take the stance, the angle at which the shooter should hold the pistol, the points distribution of the target etc. Lastly, it has an extensive Question & Answer at the end of the book, to express all the doubts a newbie shooter might have. It gives a sense of purpose to the readers to become professionally trained shooters.

Types.of Stance
Types of stance from the book ‘The Shot by Hari Prakash’

Where can we find this book to read?

You can get it on Amazon  – Kindle USA, Kindle India , Kindle UK , Smashwords & you can provide your  review the book at Goodreads.

#1 Bestseller @Amazon
#1 Bestseller at Amazon Kindle. The Shot by Hari Prakash

World’s first 2D curl based book writing & publishing platform.

The way any other industry (healthcare, shopping, finance etc.) have seen a “hockey stick” innovation, unfortunately, same cannot be said for publication.

The involved process of publishing today is same as it was 20 years ago.
You start with your plot, then you go for your rough draft, then you materialize it as a first draft and then you send it to some publishing houses and/or editors to foresee publishing opportunities. Literally, the process of publishing hasn’t changed a bit.

Now, we do agree that the reading experience, however, (with the emergence of Kindle, iBook etc.) have affected and may have hooked readers in a ceremonious way. But, book writing & publishing experience remains the same.

What if you do not have to email your Microsoft word doc manuscript to your publisher? What if you do not have to go with the hassle of iterations of editors, reviews, proofread etc.? What if you do not have to handle the tantrums of publishing houses at all? What if you do not have to do the dirty work of typesetting, content alignment, image alignment, and settings, margins, and border, page & pagination arrangements? What if you do not have to convert your last drafted novella in MS Word to paperback ready?
What if you have a digital book writing & publishing experience that looks more natural? What if your writing experience is so immersive that you feel as if you are writing using a physical pen and a book? What if you are able to “turn the pages” digitally, of your book while writing it?

Interesting, ain’t it? Well, there are a plethora of “what ifs”  and answer to all of them is one – Voice Verso. – A 2D Curl based Book like immersive Book writing & publishing canvas for authors & publishers. (Phew! Can’t believe we were able to get that out in one go, too long for a tagline, we know! We are working on it.)
So, what does this “2D Curl based Book like immersive….. ” mean?
Here’s your answer –

Voice Verso is a platform for authors & publishers to experience a Book like Book writing experience through immersive & interactive ‘turning pages’ canvas. It gives you an overall experience, as if you are writing a physical book. Making content alignment, pagination, et al, a cake walk.

Voice Verso features

Let’s get to know the intrinsic philosophy and how Voice Verso actually works? Shall we?

1) 2D Curl based Book Writing Immersive Canvas

By now, this feature must have engraved in your memory(haha). Well, using our proprietary technology, we are able to offer a What You See Is What You Get(WYSIWIG) based book writing immersive experience.  It helps authors and publishers to interact with the book, the way they will do with a physical one. So go ahead & keep “turning pages” to publish your book(s).

2) Autosaving

Start Writing a book, feeling a writer’s block? Spilled some coffee and unable to mobilise your writing juices due to over exposure of caffeine ? Well, do notice the “Last Saved” updates at the top right corner of the Canvas. So, start continuing your book from where you left off last.

3) Publish in 25+ regional Indian Languages

Technology is widely penetrating into different parts of our country & it is important to hear stories and read books from every regional language to keep up a strong literature ecosystem.  Voice Verso is all about that only. So, if you are comfortable with Hindi, publish your book in Hindi, or maybe Punjabi, what about Marathi? Oh, okay Tamil, why not? It’s all there.

4) Front Cover & Back Cover Designing

A Book is judged by its cover apart from its preface, acknowledgement & content overall. So, what we do? We give you not only pre justified template for Acknowledgement, Preface, Introduction, Pagination & Auto updated Table of Contents, but also you get access to design and upload  front cover images along with designing the back cover – Right from Author’s image, their bio & book’s blurb.

So, in overall conclusion –

If Writing is an art then book publishing should be one too.

 

VV Conversations – Sakshi Walia author of Life in an Oxymoron

VV Conversation with Sakshi Walia, author - Life in an Oxymoron

1) What inspired you to write this book?

 Our existence is often found in paradoxes and inconsistency. We are all so lost in contradictions and confusions of life that we fail to appreciate or understand it. The thoughts like these made me feel awful, restless and drove me into a pool of complexities  dominated mainly by the questions about this world, my existence and the meaning of this life. There was so much happening within me that needed to be poured out. So, that is when I decided to vent out all my paradoxes, all my fears, all the bewilderment in the form of verses.

 2) According to you, what is a true oxymoron?

According to me, Oxymoron is bringing the two polar opposites, two completely different concepts together. However, if we base it on real-life I suppose, the meaning changes altogether. Each and every person is a perfect example of a living oxymoron. We make up and combine contradictory features and qualities be it in our thoughts, in our decisions, in our feelings, our emotions, vision and so on and so forth. Thus, I would say that every human who is in flesh and blood is an ideal oxymoron in himself.


3) How readers will connect with it?

Well, I suppose everyone has a time in their life when they start to question everything. Besides, the book touches upon the topics that are too common and thoroughly embedded in our day-to-day life. It is something we witness every day and something we think of every minute. The poems are about themes what each one of us experiences throughout their lifetime. So, that is how I feel the readers would be able to find a part of themselves in each poem penned in the book.

4) Verses are into 4 categories, why is that?

 The entire book is categorised into 4 sections purposely. The first part acts as a prologue for the book. It is basically the words from the author, which explain the process of creation of the poem. Followed by this, there are 3 chapters names of which, if you notice carefully,  are the oxymoron. These oxymoron give a hint about what to expect in the poems mentioned in that particular chapter. They are symbolic and set the tone for what is to come next.

5) Book is completely in free verse. Why did you choose verses as the medium to share your understanding?

The book is not completely in free verse though. But yes, it sure is, dominated by the free verse style. Well, I think free verse or say prosaic poetry style is close to the 21st century. The minds of our times are rebellious, wanting to break all the barriers and bondage imposed on them. They don’t understand limitations, which is why I used the run on poetry to let it flow through their thoughts and be freely felt by their heart. Also, it is important to mention that Indian English poetry has always been a free verse poetry. Consider A.K. Ramanujan, Kamla, Das or Nissim Ezekiel such as. It has forever been close to the hearts of Indians and is thus, all the more relatable.

6) What key takeaways that readers will have from the book?

After reading the book, they shall feel their emotional nerve being hit. It would take them to a state of clarity. It would strike the cord and arouse a sense of empathy and pleasure in the readers. The poems have an implied meaning to them and thus, shall compel the readers to think and analyze the poems in the deepest of ways.

7) You seem to be juggling between college and your book, how did you manage that?

  Oh, it has been too hard for me to manage to write and complete this book with the college. I had to struggle between performing the daily chores and then waiting for an inspiration to write a poem. I had been torn completely by trying to manage the academic pressure as well the book. But you know, poetry has always been my passion. And, I believe no matter how busy you get in life you always figure out ways and make time for what you love, for your passion.

8 ) Poetry is a subtle art of capturing world through life, what you believe that life in an oxymoron is trying to capture?

Life in an oxymoron is trying to capture the moments of conflicts, contradictions, and paradoxes in a person’s lifetime. It is bringing out the complicated feelings the maze of emotions, the flood of thoughts, the complexity of human relationships and intricate designs of understanding of self. It poses a question on everything and leads you on a journey of self-discovery.

9) How to lead a life without oxymoron? Is it possible?

Nehru has talked about how one can live without contradictions in his essay Indian philosophical approach from his book Discovery of India. He says that we have lost a sense of unity and harmony in our personalities that persisted in the people in the earlier eras. And sadly, we haven’t till now been able to find a unity in ourselves in the present era. This, he says, can only be achieved by trusting our instincts, by having and maintaining a social harmony and by understanding the last orderly law of universe with its connection to self. While it is hard to disagree with him, I feel it is impossible to get rid of oxymoron as today we have become the very oxymoron ourselves and we can never be free of something which is nothing else but us alone.

10) This was your début book, how was your experience using Voice Verso ?

Honestly, my experience was outstanding. It was awesome. I had thought of publishing my book for a very long time. But I was always intimidated by the entire process. Then I stumbled upon the voiceverso publishers. Not exaggerating things up but they really made the entire process as smooth as silk. They help at each step throughout the way and the result is this beauty, my début book Life in an oxymoron.

Life in an Oxymoron
Life in an Oxymoron by Sakshi Walia

The Book – Life in an Oxymoron is available on all Global eBook Reading stores.
Get your copies on Amazon Kindle India ,  Amazon Kindle USA,  Amazon Kindle UK, Smaswhords,  Kobo,  Barns & Nobles and Scribd.

Also, do review the Book on – Goodreads

VV Conversations – Porishtaes author of Untraveled Roads to Sunshine

VV conversations - Porishtaes

“Writing does not understand any boundaries, age is one of them”, this line fits well with our recent addition to the esteemed list of authors.  A young 15 years old poetess that goes by the name -Porishtaes is here with us to share her journey of writing verses and becoming a published author using Voice Verso.

Porishtaes is a 15-year-old, just on the verge of finishing her 12 Board exams and looking forward to making her career in literature.  Lets’ hear from a young school student and her journey to become a published author through her Book – Untraveled Roads to Sunshine,  here.

1) What inspired you to write a Book?

It was something I decided impulsively, a spur of the moment decision. I was a happy child who had matured suddenly in her high school due to a lot of things that pushed me into hell. I was in depression for three months, writing, writing, and writing, until I finally came out of it.It was hard, very very hard, but sometimes when you come to know the world of your age when you know the people who you know will stand for you, life becomes a decimal better.And that takes a lot of effort.
Every family has problems, but I, being insecure, over thinking kid often took the meaningless taunts by them to heart.I always wanted to a publish a book and wanted to start earning for the family.Always.Just like my dad, who had started working at almost the same age as mine.

I was in a conflict with myself, arguing about how I had decided my way of life when the silly thoughts became concrete.I knew where to go,I just did not know how to, and I am very grateful to VoiceVerso for each and everything.

2) How this idea of materializing a Book for verse come to you??

I was browsing through the normal Instagram stories when one of my acquaintances had put one about her pleasure on getting featured on the bookshots page. Naturally being a teenager,15-year-old kid, I stalked them up and they turned out to be a publishing site. God bless them, an amazing one!

Poems have always earned me a bonus point, whether it was an essay for school, speech for competitions, verses for sharing, or just simple rants on being so depressed all the time. On finding VoiceVerso, I knew I had finally found out the way.

3) What message to young budding writers you wish to give ?

There is no particular message actually. Everyone is different, everyone is unique. I think not only the young, budding writers but each writer, how much ever pro they maybe, should write what they want to, freely without any fear.

4) How is the landscape of publishing and sharing your voice through technology helped you?

 More than I can imagine.Technology is one of the most speedily increasing and easily accessible assets in the country and I am blessed to have it as a canvas for painting my career.

What is the meaning of Porishtaes? Why this pen name ?

The meaning of Porishtaes…well, it is the name of my angels, my FARISHTES (in Hindi), so yes it holds a very important meaning and place to me.

6) Any new book you are working on?

For now,I am just focusing on enhancing myself, the rest depends on future.

7) Book seems to be more of romance and erotic poetic collection? Any similarity /inspiration drawn from your personal life ? How?

My first poem was a love poem, and since it is a very queer concept to me, I write more of it.Home lies within the darkness, hence no inspiration to give away for now 🙂 (giggles)

8) What sort of readers you believe will connect to this more ?

I always take a poem, in a lot of different ways. Every sentence, for me at least, is a new verse, a new inspiration. If the readers connect to it, if they take it on a level and interpret, I think all ages can connect to them.

9) You are just 15, and you are already a published author. How does it feel?

Phew, 15 is a very difficult age, because boards and writing do not go along very well. But being a published author feels absolutely great. More than I can express.

10) Any word for Voice Verso – eBook Publishing and social networking platform for authors?

VoiceVerso is the best platform one could use and I think I am blessed to have been a customer of its services.

Get untraveled Roads to Sunshine on Kindle US, Kindle India, Kindle UK  &  Smashwords  now!

VV Conversations – Simran Keshwani author of Becoming Assiya

At Voice Verso, we focus a lot on understanding our authors, their needs and their perspective towards e-publishing. We thought of getting some insight into one of our very special books “Becoming Assiya- The story of Children of War” by Voice Verso author Simran Keshwani. She is currently majoring in International Relations from Australian University and is a literature graduate from Lady Sri Ram College for Women, Delhi University. She ran a startup called Born of a Million Thoughts which conducted charity drives in Delhi and was into investigative documentaries around illiteracy and mental illness.

Let’s find out more about one of the most fascinating books in VV shelf.


1- What influenced you to write a story set on such a sensitive setting of war?

Pablo Neruda wrote about Spain’s civil war when he was a Chilean. Why? “Come and see the blood on the streets!”, in his words.

If there is a catastrophe that’s engulfing you, how can you sing songs of indifference?

2- You attempted Dystopic fiction in your very first book. Many bestselling authors fear to attempt it. How did that go?

I think genres are restricting and what’s dystopian fiction to a reader could be somebody’s reality. The world we live in today is no better than a living model of a Dystopian Novel.

3- What do you aim to instill in reader’s mind with Becoming Assiya?

Becoming Assiya was my first book and it isn’t even 1-year-old yet, but looking at the current public memory, I expected it to fade off much earlier. The very fact that it is still being read tells me a lot about its impact. I expected a lot more, but I’m grateful that it’s been received so well.

That said, my message through the book was simple – all it takes to bring a regime down or to unmask the worst kinds of oppression is just one word. As utopian as that sounds, it’s all you need.

Having to lead a protest that started merely with an article that went viral, I can safely vouch for the fact that the word has a lot more power than anything else.

4- You interviewed and met many people through your journey in the middle east. Please share more about the experience.

Getting to know the “other” side of the story always helps. There’s always 20 sides to each story, probably even more. In order to see the big picture, you have to possibly place yourself in all 20 angles. That’s a taxing job, and you may hear contradictory accounts, but remember, as a writer – Truths are subjective.

5- According to you, how can peace be restored and maintained across the globe?

Only when we understand that the value of life will always be far greater than material possessions. Sadly that is not the case today, where women are traded for as less as ₹5000. The day we begin to relish human life, our story as a race changes. I’ve argued as nauseam about the capitalistic system putting money above everything and its inherent contradictions and how to find an alternative to it we must be willing to acknowledge its dirty work. But there are victims of the same disease that prove it as the best thing to happen to the human race. Doctors, lawyers, businessmen, civilians – we sadly love our vices!

Up until there’s recognition of the wrong, we can not reach a stage of introspection.

6- You are just 20. Your thought-provoking book will surely be an inspiration to many. What would you like to say to budding authors?

That indeed is a lot of flattery! Age has very less to do with writing or any art form for that matter. You can be 5 and your experiences as a human being could surpass 20-year-old. Depends on how life shapes your narrative and how you do justice to telling your story.

I am not perfect myself, so if anybody reading this is looking for advice on perfection, I’m sorry I wouldn’t do justice to that concept. All I can tell you is that if you’re unhappy with what you’ve achieved as a writer, there’s hope for your graph to go up. But, if you’re lax and satisfied and happy, growth stops. Always question “success” in relative terms and remember if you’re on top of the world today, you can be at its lowest end tomorrow, because the world revolves.

I think a writer who wants to aim for something big has to have an appetite for heartbreak, hurt and pain, as cliché as that sounds. Because putting out your innermost thoughts for the world to scrutinize is a path not many can walk. There will be positivity and understanding, but there will be criticism too. Be unfazed in the face of both.

7- How did writing this book transform you as a person?

I’m going to be a realist here.
It made me understand failure and hurt and blown out expectations. When things go kaput, we ideally question ourselves. That’s one thing I’ve stopped doing because I realized I do not control certain external things. Like, a book doing well or not has less to do with your will and so much more to do with market visibility, which comes as a result of heavy PR, because the lone standing talent is nowhere as compared to the average writing that has a million rupee marketing campaign to add to it. That’s sad but that’s true – there’s less you can do to change things and if you’re an author, you have to endure some teething issues as part of demographics of the job.

8- Is there something you would like to tell your readers?

There are going to be 50,000 opinions on every issue. Listening to each of them is your prerogative. Personally for me, forming your own viewpoint is important rather than your mind being a pastiche of some author’s words.

9- When can we expect your next book?

Sadly there’s no numeric answer to that. I am currently in a space of life where I’m contemplating the idea of “love”. It’s been one concept that has rattled men and women of perfect reason. I’m trying to reach out to its blind spots and stay there. I think the realization is near…

10- Lastly, please share your eBook publishing experience with Voice Verso.

Absolutely smooth and amazing! The staff was very receptive to all my needs and addressed grievances immediately.

Get the book Becoming Assiya here. To write and publish with Voice Verso fill up this form.

25 Languages, One Publishing Platform- Voice Verso

“The words you choose and how you use them, show people who you are.”
– Anonymous

Have you ever felt that  English (what we call the universal language) is not enough to express your feelings?

Although when we use a computer, English seems a natural way to write but some expressions, some words are so unique that they can only be expressed in a specific language. And that’s why we at Voice Verso though of introducing one of the most promising features; the freedom to express and publish in your own language.  25 languages of a nation so diverse, that with every 100 km there is a change in language.

Once you are given that freedom to express in your own language, you get that flow of thoughts where no conversion/ translation is required. You put on paper what you think. You write what you truly feel. You express more clearly and your thought process is weaved into your writing the way it should come. People often come across loss in originality of expression when it is converted to another language. Eliminating all these hiccups, Voice Verso thought of giving its authors the power to express in their native language.

Choose words that portray your expression clearly. Choose the ones in the language you think. Bring your feelings alive with words and choose to write on Voice Verso.

 

From Blogging to Book Writing!

From Blogger to a Published Book Author

Blogging as a whole industry is streamlined and is growing gruesomely. It has been reported that, every 1 second 9 new blogs are created on the World Wide Web. People from all across the globe share their thoughts, life, processes etc. via blogs.

It has been reported that almost more than 45% of the website on the internet uses WordPress(A blogging site) to record, write, publish and share their thoughts. This is growing more abruptly. However, there were certain setbacks due to the advent of social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter etc. As, these sites always have tried to become the new face of blogging. Nonetheless, pure blogging still has its roots grounded and its very foundation supports the people to create their voices and share it to the world.

Words have always been powerful, whether being spoken or written, otherwise. It’s the power of shear words which can move mountains, win us battles and create the transformation of one form of knowledge into another.

Below is a bar graph of the number of blogging websites from 2009 to 2014. See, the exponential growth these writing platforms has. It includes, all WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger etc.

Blogging industry from 2009-2014

As, you can see how many blogs are piling up from 2009 to 2014 and, how the content driven internet is erupting in a mass manner. We are basically, surrounded by the content driven internet since, the inception of the Dot-com bubble.

We saw the eruption of a blog storm, from all these years. Now, let us look at how many self-publishing books are there from 2009 to 2014.

Here, is the graph for the same –

A plot showing the number of self publishing authors from 2009-2014

We can clearly observe that, how there is a consistent increase in the self publishing authors in the world. From 2009 to 2014, the trends are changing really in positive vectors. Especially, with the access of Kindle, Google books etc. People have become more digital savvy to publish their content.  Further, analysis shows that, due to the increase of self publishing scenarios, the market of e-book has been sky-rocketed.

Voice Verso entering into the picture

Now, what voice verso is dealing here is providing a blend wherein writers or bloggers can have a common notion of reaching to their respective audiences, not just via blog posts, but via books. Genuine, published e-books! Eventually, they can sell these e-books online too.

It has to do with  the amazing set theory, wherein the readers and writers are the universal set and, Voice Verso‘s sweet spot lies in the intersection of blogging, book publishing and the eCommerce for Books(both buying and selling).

 

Voice Verso - Blogging+ Book Publishing+Book eCommerce

So, notice how our metric is working here? We are dealing with all the writing enthusiasts to create, publish and share their authentic, quality oriented and genuine content. Once, you do have some considerable amount of posts(say 30-40), you can publish your own eBooks and sell them online.  This is how Voice Verso is dwelling forward and we wish to change the blogging industry for better.

So, start writing your stories, articles, poems, etc., with Voice Verso and start getting it noticed in World Wide Web. Once, you do have some considerable amount of posts, go on to publish your own eBooks, with our Voice Verso Dashboard feature(which will be activated automatically, once you have 30+ posts in the site).

Regards

Mohak Bhambry

Founder, Voice Verso

A tale of a book Ninja

A Passionate Ninja

The one who use to get passionate about the beauty for the art and words carries. He has all his equipments with him, to showcase his talent.

Passionate Ninja

A Thinking Ninja

Once he knows how to be passionate, he then frugally tries his hands into something which he discovered his latest passion. He used his equipments to create his content.

Thinking Ninja

A Writing Ninja

Once, he knows what he was conspiring about all the time, he then turn to his options. He use his techniques and processes to produce his thoughts and contents.

Writing Ninja

A Proofreading Ninja

Write, Read, Re-read and Re-Re-read your content always. That is what they do. They master their art, until they become perfectionist. He “proofread” his stunts, just the same way you “proofread” your content on a paper. So, always master yourself, before hitting the final nail.

 

The proofread ninja

The Editor Ninja –

He supposedly became an editor, once he sharps his imperfect skills.  He edit his work through processes to become a master. He practice and revise his work so hard, that for him the “editing” becomes a child play. Something like this.

The editor ninja

Finally, a Book Published Ninja –

Publish your content and execute. Go for the final fight and bring all the above actions into systematic plan. Bring all the skills you got and then hit the final nail in the coffin. Now, you are a master zen and you become invincible. So, publish it !

Published Ninja

 

The above approach can be different for different people. But, this is how a standard sword bearer is born. This is how you will the inductee for the Shotokanth school for  badasserry.

So, follow all these and try to be a published Ninja soon, you can start your badass training from here 

Unless, you want to be the best in the world, like this one.

Regard

Mohak Bhambry

Founder, Voice Verso

Voice Verso is covered by media today!

Voice Verso is proud to showcase you all that our beloved founder

Mohak Bhambry has been covered in one of the local Dailies – City Bhaskar – Dainik Bhaskar

Here is the sneak peak

Voice Verso- Dainik Bhaskar coverage-2015

Kudos to team Voice Verso

We are growing and we are growing fast.

“We won’ t  stop until we serve the all writers community of the internet”

– Mohak Bhambry, Founder Voice Verso

Thank you so much for the read.  Please, spread the word!

Regards

Team Voice Verso