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BookChums interviews debutant writer Sumit Aggarwal
Speaking to BookChums, the author revealed, 'My first day at work was quintessentially full of surprises.' He also shared with them the origin of the novel ideation, title selection and named a few of his favorite books.

BOOKCHUMS, A community for book lovers, recently interviewed debutant author Sumit Aggarwal. His novel "Office Shocks: a novel" encapsulates the protagonists' first day at work. Filled with humor, the shocking incidents make for a quick read.


Speaking to BookChums, the author revealed, “My first day at work was quintessentially full of surprises.” He also shared with them the origin of the novel ideation, title selection and named a few of his favorite books. “Office Gossip is a bad source of good information,” smiled the author wittingly during the interview. Sumit Aggarwal plans to continue focusing on corporate world fiction and is penning a sequel to Office Shocks. “Stay calm and switch on world news. World news acts as really tiny dose of transient epiphany,” advised Sumit to the newly employed.

Sumit Aggarwal is an MBA and a Delhi University graduate, currently working on a marketing assignment in the liquor industry. “Office Shocks”, released earlier this year, is a quirky and comical account of a young, impatient and opinionated B-school graduate who enters the corporate world and discovers it in all its ‘backstage’ glory.

BookChums, a social networking portal, is the best place for book lovers. It also provides an opportunity to up-coming Indian authors to connect with readers across the country. 


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