I’m a teaching professional as well as an author. I have teaching professionally for nearly 20 years, having begun my career at Patna University, India, but I began writing non-fiction academic textbooks since last two years. I blog on my website about computer science technical contents. I am particularly interested in writing academic contents for the students of computer science.
At present, i am the author of eighteen nonfiction computer science academic books.
Few of them published books are 5G Wireless & Communication Technology, Edge Computing, The Internet of Things and Fog Computing, Virtual Computing and Formal Language And Automata Theory. Remarkably, the Chinese translated edition of my book “The Internet of Things” has been included in the curriculum of the Beihang University, China. The translated edition of my books Virtual Reality, Natural Language Processing and Formal Language And Automata Theory are also avaialable in Italian and Portuguese languages.
What inspires you to write?
I really enjoy my teaching and the way i am teaching to the rural students, specially. I realized about their reception capabilities that makes me to write for them accordingly – “Simply In Depth”.
In addition, my motto is “educating and empowering through writing.” I aim to teach while also entertaining.
Tell us about your writing process.
I complete extensive research and finding along with my huge experience of teaching and make copious notes. I write all rough drafts by hand. I enjoy the connection between writer and text. When I type my drafts, that’s when I complete the first rewrite.
Who are your favorite authors?
Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and Computation by John E. Hopcroft, Rajeev Motwani and Jeffrey D. Ullman
Introduction to the Theory of Computation by Michael Sipser
How did you decide how to publish your books?
When I was in early 2005, self publishing had a bad reputation. Even a decade ago, this was the case. So when I began the process of deciding how to publish, I tried going the traditional publishing route. I found this method to be very limiting because agents either weren’t open to new writers in my genre, didn’t represent my genre or required lengthy book proposals. I self published for the first time in 2018. At the time, I didn’t take it nearly as seriously as I could, but now I’m treating publishing as a contribution to society; exactly as I should be doing. I publish through KDP that has a global coverage.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I’m not sure what I think about the future. On one hand, self publishing has opened the door to so many talented authors, but on the other hand, many people publish without polishing their work or even writing multiple drafts, and the book’s quality suffers. Like any industry, it’s a mixed bag.
What genres do you write?
Non-Fiction Computing Science Academic Books
What formats are your books in?
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