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  • John says:

    Hi, I just wanted to thank you for quite phoniex. I am very much at that point in both my life and career, it truly has helped to know I am not alone being in this situation. It has helped strengthen my resolve to take a bold step from what is very secure employment that is slowly killing me as a person. I have often thought of writing books on several topics, I hope to find the time to utilise your reasearch to achieve this.

    • Prasenjeet says:

      Thanks, John. I’m glad that my book proved to be useful to you in making a choice in career change. I wish you all the best with your future career (in case you decide to take the plunge). If you need any tips on writing or self publishing, you can always give a shout. And the secret to writing success is to never give up, no matter what the circumstances!

  • Wilbur says:

    You should stop that intrusive ‘windows update’ window that pops up. It makes your site appear like a hackers trick, and it continually downloads stuff into my download folder.

    What you said here was making sense to me, but once this started happening I left.

    • Prasenjeet says:

      Hi Wilbur. I always welcome feedback from my readers. From your comment, I could figure out your potential source of confusion. On my side bar, I used to run an ad service from a Company called Qadabra on the understanding that they will be showing “context sensitive ads” based on your interests. I didn’t realise that it was showing some really weird ads such as “Your PC ran into trouble” or “Download Now”. Thanks for letting me know. I am immediately stopping this service and hope to have you back soon to my blog. My apologies once again. 🙂

  • sesan says:

    Great service and good blog. I am a passionate author too. I will be emailing you. I m looking forward to more business relationship with you.

  • Nivedita Raju says:

    I just finished reading the book “Kashmir is free” Part 1 and found it extremely interesting and almost finished it from beginning to end in one sitting. Many characters can be clearly identified and that made for more interesting reading. I was wondering why none of the people have protested?

    • Prasenjeet says:

      Thank you. I’m glad you enjoyed the book (big smile). Now you can also try the second part (Kashmir Thinks It’s Free) which is even more controversial (grin).

      I was wondering how could you relate to some of the characters in the book. Have you lived in Kashmir? My father wanted to know if you’re somehow related to Mr. Raju, the I.P.S. officer of J&K cadre. 🙂

  • Nivedita Raju says:

    The answer to both your questions in paragraph 2 is “No”. Will definitely read Part 2. I read your mother’s book too and maybe that helped but some characters are quite obvious to anyone who has some interest in Kashmir politics. Will revert after I read Part 2.

  • Prasenjeet – after reading a number of books re Amazon ads, I found yours the most useful, due to its simplicity and common sense approach. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. I wrote the first review for you on Amazon!

    Regarding targeting keywords on sponsored products, I copy/pasted my list but when I tried to change the bid to 0.05, it wasn’t possible. This was from my mobile device (iPhone 13).

    I’ll try again on my laptop and see if works.

    Is there a solution you can recommend?

    • Prasenjeet says:

      I’m so glad that you found my book useful. 🙂 Really appreciate you leaving a review for me.

      As for copying/pasting, I’d recommend using your laptop as using your mobile phone may be messy even though it’s an iphone (smile). I hope this helps. All the best!

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