Hello! This is  Prakash B. Hegade. I used to work as an Assistant Professor at B. V. B. College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli, India-31.  Currently Pursuing my PhD. at IIIT-Hyderabad. My research work has not only motivated me to do technical stuff but also all other reads and writes. Blogging has opened a new life to me!

I mostly like to pen down poems. They can carry deep thoughts in few sentences and phrases. They are quick and also fun to read. The first post I did on this blog is “Is this life all about –  A new old”.  The first’s are kind of all time favorites.

I have a love story completed called “Today Calls Tomorrow.” Its a mini novel with 50 episodes and all available online. There is a free ebook version also available Here

You can check out all my other free EBOOKS too!

You can also check the IBMCif writing challenges excite you. Its a ten task blogger challenge open throughout. 

And you are welcome to browse around the blog. For sure there is more! 

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  1. Prakash, thanks for following and reading my blog. I’ve added a link to My Books on my home page. You might want to check that out also. Pass it along to your friends if you like. Thanks again, Jim.

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  2. PH
    Thanks for liking my new post today…
    I see you are also a writer like I hope to become one day!

    I have my first draft of my first novel looking at me now out of the corner of her eye, daring me to open her up and start messing with her mind!
    I promise I will get to editing her as soon as I finish this comment to you!
    Regards. Marie.

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