Sudeep Nagarkar

Author: Sudeep Nagarkar

Profile: Sudeep Nagarkar is an Indian fiction writer and novelist. He was born in Mumbai in an ethnic Marathi Brahmin family and completed his education at St. John The Baptist High School, Thane and Jr.College, WE School, MBA in Business Management Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai and pursued B.Tech in Electronics Engineering at Datta Meghe College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai.

 

Sudeep Nagarkar left his job in 2012 in the IT sector after releasing his second book so that he could devote full time towards writing, which the family opposed at first. He presently lives in Mumbai with his parents and wife, Jasmine Sethi, an engineer from Delhi. The nine novels he wrote upto the year 2015 have been published. Few Things Left Unsaid, is his debut novel published in 2011.

 

Writing style: Sudeep Nagarkar’s genre is young adult fiction and romance. His writings include the theme of trust, true love and friendship in a relationship. All this writing work is based on true stories and on real life.

 

Published Texts:

Novels

2011 – Few Things Left Unsaid

2012 – That’s the way we met

2013 - It started with a friend request

2014 - Sorry you’re not my type

2014 – You’re the password to my life

2015 - You are trending in my dreams

2016 - She swiped right into my heart

2016 - All Rights Reserved For You

2017 - Our Story Needs No Filter

2018 -  She Friend-Zoned My Love

 

Awards and Acknowledgements:

2013 – Youth Achiever’s Award (for being one of the highest selling writers in the romance genre in India)

 

2013 – Amazon India announced that ‘It started with a friend request’ was the most popular fiction book.

 

He has been invited for guest lectures and motivational lectures in various organizations and institutions.

 

He develops stories and concepts for Indian television channels and written scripts for Marathi shows

 

2014 – Nominated for the list of ‘Top 100 influential celebrities of India of 2014

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