Publishing company helps author achieve his dream
Fifteen-year-old Mehul Jangir’s book, Survival Sandstorm–The Journey that Changed the Course of World War II, published by Quignog in 2018, has been a popular book. This year, Mehul is one of the panellists at a literature festival in Jaipur.
It took Mehul two years of hard work and determination to finish the book. He had a dream of penning a book from a very young age and he was inspired by the likes of JK Rowling and George RR Martin.
The book narrates the story of a Russian pilot carrying with him three hostages who can change the course of World War II if they reach their destination. It has received praise from across the globe.
It was in 2015 that the publishing company, Pirates launched an imprint, quignog.com. Pirates, founded by Mukund Sanghi, a graduate from IIT-Delhi and Columbia University, has published some of the bestsellers like Anything for You Ma’am by Tushar Raheja, among others. Quignog helps authors bridge the gap between traditional and self-publishing. It works at the grassroot level to hone authors.