A few days back came across a book reading session by an author at a nearby bookstore. The author turns out to be a Facebook friend and fellow blogger Amit Haralalka. Lately this is happening so often.
Another friend of mine Ankesh Kothari co-published Strategy Daddy sometime back. Its really surprising for me, cause for some reason I and probably others along with me tend to allot ‘writing books’ to other more older folk. Blogging is great… but actually writing a book.. naah!
Sahil Parikh, I have worked with at DeskAway recently published his book The Saas Edge and I have been seeing blogs and book reading sessions for the book all around the place! In fact I actually helped him with some data research for it!
So lately even I have been thinking of writing a book. For us bloggers its actually quite simple cause we can just blog it and then publish it. Saves all the tension of ‘writing a book’!
Let me know if anyone can help me publish the book, I already have some ideas for it. 😉
Apart from that this is one more impact of social media where you start seeing so many other achievers that it inspires and actually makes you think ‘hey maybe I can do that’! Its the same way I feel when I meet all those teen rockstars who have their companies going while they are yet in junior college!
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