just a note

Hello, readers --

I wanted to let you all know that I'm still working on the writing of the book. I've been back in India for the past 2 months and now it is time to get back to the page. I thank you all for reading the past postings and hope you will still be interested in the story when it is published as a book.

I'll be in touch with more news on that front as I have it. Keep your fingers crossed...



The Ultimate Motorcyclist said...

Awesome Read..Ride On !!!

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Baron's Life said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours.
Enjoyed your posts this year and looking forward to continue doing so in 2009
All the Best

Kalyan Karmakar said...

Hi I came on to your blog after reading 'Taken for a ride' on Wanderlust and lipstick. I really loved the article and thought it was very well written.
I have a travel blog of my own but my posts straddle between personal stuff and facts. Your article defintitely was quite inspring and gave a nice direction.
"No change" is one of the common scams in India. I found the ideological question that you raised to be quite interesting. A lot of these 'scams' are quite puny in the context of where we are in our lives. So do we give in? Or should we hold firm?

C.L. Stambush said...

Hey, Knife.... thanks for the compliments. Living in India for four years and being from the West, I found myself constantly being challenged as to my thinking and actions.


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