Fiction with a new kind of hero
This daughter of Indian immigrants writes young adult fiction with a new kind of hero. She publishes independently to get her message to teen readers.
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'Pen to publish' winner J Alchem speaks on his passion for writing, his day job as an MBA and a soon to be released film on a story he's penned
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Sudha Nair recently won Amazon’s inaugural Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) Pen To Publish contest, jointly with author J. Alchem. She was awarded for her romance drama, The Wedding Tamasha, at the Jaipur Literary Festival held in January 2018. Her self-published book was judged on several criteria, including creativity, originality, quality of writing and commercial viability.