Go Clown

Shatrugna Vadwlas



Shatrugna Vadwlas is a Software architect based in the US, with an American Masters in Engineering and an undergraduate degree from the National Institute of Technology (NIT), India. He has worked in various roles at several Fortune 500 companies like General Motors, Time Warner etc. He is a contributor to the Times of India, Huffington Post, Faking News and other Media Portals. He has completed a writer's course at the Writers Center in Washington DC.
His Comedy Novel "Go Clown" - #AccheDin for Comedy is creating quite a buzz in the Social Media with over 800,000 engagements, 250,000 Views for the trailer on Facebook & YouTube, and 5000 hits for the sample excerpt at GoClown.com, on the 1st day itself!

The author can be reached at
Twitter: @GoClown_Book
YouTube.com/c/GoClown
Google.com/+GoClown
www.GoClown.com





Go Clown

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The clown says:


"Some like gold ship,
Some like silver ship.
Your father might like his own ship,
Anyhow, he won't give me any ownership.
Screw this friendship!
But, oh my pretty girl,
Let's board my love ship!"

Best book India-Writer-Go Clown

The audience

applause

Kevin O'Connor, Charlotte Sheedy Literary Agency, New York

"What an innovative way to tell a story! I appreciate what you are doing."

Ann Proust, The CHARLOT GUSAY Literary agency, Los Angeles

It certainly has a potential for success!

Farley Chase, Chase Literary agency, New York

An interesting story to tell and there's a lot to like about the approach!

GO Clown

India's biggest comedy in literature

Since time immemorial it has always been a struggle between man and his inner self

This is especially true in these times of Information overload. The way Pi grapples with the inner self in Life of Pi , the fantastic journey of self-realization for Santiago in The Alchemist and the colorful comedy in the Midnight's Children, are all tales that sail in similar waters as the lead in Go Clown whose comedic struggles with his own self are no less than his outside trials.

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