"My Experiments with the truths of publishing, Gaurav Sharma's new book" - The New Indian Express
"Rejection the reason behind me creating my new book, says Gaurav Sharma" - Deccan Chronicle
"The Indian Story of an Author, a symbolic protest" - United News of India
"द इंडियन स्टोरी ऑफ ऐन ऑथर: प्रतिरोध का मौन हथियार" - आउटलुक
"Book Review: A boy's journey to make it big in life; and everything in between" - Deccan Chronicle
"From textbooks to novels: A young author's search for success" - Asian News International
"Interview with Gaurav Sharma, Author of Gone are the Days" - Journal
"Gone are the Days is the story of a solitary boy, says author Gaurav Sharma" - Deccan Chronicle
"Gone Are The Days – The Semi-Autobiography of Gaurav Sharma" - Starwords
"Author Gaurav Sharma" - Edex Live
"Authors share more about their favourite reads on Book Lovers Day" - The Asian Age
"World Book Day: Here's why reading is important, say authors" - Deccan Chronicle
"Gaurav Sharma, with a little bit of this and that!" - Femonomic
"Meet Gaurav Sharma – The Author Who Never Shares Food from His Own Lunchbox!" - Starwords
"चरित्रनायक एकलव्य: घोर अत्याचार में आशावादी कथा" - आउटलुक
"A tale of kismet and karma in Kaliyuga" - United News of India
"Publishing house founded by writer, for writers" - United News of India
After finish signing the first 100 copies of
Indigo Store at Robson Street, Vancouver hosted a book signing event on March 23, 2019 for my novel 'God of the Sullied'.
Abhigyan Prakash (the then Executive Editor, NDTV. Now ABP News) launching Development and Communication Morphosis.
I studied business at Langara College, Vancouver and journalism at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi.
I spend most of my time writing, working for my publishing venture - Think Tank Books, playing chess or video games on PlayStation.
Ever-advancing my writing skills and perspective. I'm only as good as my last written piece, be it a book or an article.
The textbook was launched in New Delhi World Book Fair 2014 by journalist Abhigyan Prakash.
One of my earliest textbooks