Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Connecting With 'Connect the Dots,'

The author of Stay Hungry Stay Foolish met success with her debut book and is raring to go with her second. She is all set to receive feedback on her second release that speaks about passionate dreamers; people from different walks of life who strike gold with entrepreneurship.Rashmi Bansal spoke exclusively to Infibeam.Com on her latest release Connect the Dots. This is what she had to say:

Connect the Dots is a sequel of sorts to your first book, Stay Hungry Stay Foolish. We know writers hate this question, but would like to know which one you enjoyed more when writing?
- I enjoyed writing Connect the Dots more, because the profiles of the people in this book is very different from Stay Hungry Stay Foolish. I met people doing diverse businesses - from making cheese to political market research. I even travelled to Patna - which was an adventure.

Because I enjoyed writing this book so much, I am sure people will enjoy reading it! To be honest, I think 'Connect the Dots' will be appreciated more, because it will touch the average person. The mediocre guy or girl, who is unsure of his/her future would definitely identify with this book. Everyone in the book has been in their shoes and found their own path.

Full interview here Infibeam

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