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Publishing house founded by writer, for writers

Publishing house founded by writer, for writers

New Delhi, May 12 (UNI) Think Tank Books is a newly set up publishing house founded by Canada-based author Gaurav Sharma.
The publishing house is headquartered in New Delhi and aims to publish anything worth reading except academic books.
Their latest book, God of the Sullied authored by Gaurav became #1 Amazon India bestseller. The book would have a sequel, Long Live the Sullied which shall be published by Think Tank Books.

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