Monday, May 16, 2005

Gurgaon

is where i am write now, or should that be naon. at the indiatimes office, meeting the director ill be working with, and getting ready to conduct auditions for the sitcom. working on a terminal in an office after almost a year; strange feeling. have to write 2 GICS scripts today also.

11 Comments:

Blogger Tony said...

Howz Indiatimes linked with GICS?

12:07 PM  
Blogger samit said...

its not. separate project.

5:21 PM  
Blogger The Nameless One said...

When do you plan to come back to Calcutta? I want to meet you and take your autograph...
Hope the second book releases soon...

8:12 PM  
Blogger sumandatta said...

ok . i m sorry. been readin ur blog for the past 5 posts and NEVER imagined u are the simoquin prophet! and 2 thnk i was so thrilled when i heard of ur book long back 2 finally find indians in SF/F.
me i wrote 2 stories on indianscifi.com but the site just died down(archives might still b there) and i just stopped thinkin there's no future to it.
btw stumbled on ur blog from other bong blogs and this comment by rahaman suddenly awoke my memories and google got me to sffworld where u hav a forum and thence to Ul-Gobi :-)
gr8 work man. nice 2 know u (if reading ur blog qualifies me for tht)...
and when'll the sequel b ready? (why not post a few previews/drafts for us? :-) )

11:28 PM  
Blogger Soo said...

r u joining indiatimes? In Delhi?
And when will you have time to see my sketches?

3:38 AM  
Blogger samit said...

sushir, suman:
thanks. extremely flattering comments, especially on a completely blocked day. i dont know when the second book is out, but i finished it last year.
a link to the prologue from the sequel is in the sidebar.

soo:
no, im not joining indiatimes or anywhere else. and i have time to see sketches. saw the last bunch, were very nice

3:41 AM  
Blogger Soo said...

just very nice? r we ever going to work together or what? or am i always going 2 b stuck at **(where I work)

11:35 AM  
Blogger Gautam Ghosh said...

you're sitting at a terminal...?

You'll never get your work done ! You don't know why it's called a terminal? Or a work station?

Work stops/dies !

Get out of Gurgaon before it's too late !!

12:59 AM  
Blogger Gautam Ghosh said...

And yes I loved the Simoquin Prophecies enough to gift it to my sis, but didn't get to read it myself ;-)

1:01 AM  
Blogger Tony said...

Haven't read it yet but 'Simoqin Prophecies' is on my 'to-read' list.

10:14 AM  
Blogger Bini said...

ey, have you read 'the furies' by mike carey? got it for my birthday. it's a sandman of sorts. quite cool. should check out if you can. lovely artwork.

6:36 AM  

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