|2010||Banking: Recent Trends||Finance|
|2011||Dear, I Hate You||Romance & Hate|
|2012||In the Name of Love, R.I.P.||Thriller, Mystery & Spy|
|2012||Little Lucknow||Children & Psychology|
|2013||Maya||Paranormal & Thriller|
|2013||Banking: Principles & Practice||Banking & Finance|
|2015||The 9 Minutes Manager: Vol. I||Communication, Management|
|2018||Letters to Mira!||Romance|
First Novel: Dear, I Hate You!
Nitya’s first novel Dear, I Hate You was published in June 2011 by Power Publishers, Kolkata, India. It was released by Dr. Kumar Vishwas and Dr. R.K. Chauhan at NCUI, New Delhi, India and subsequently by Prof. M.K. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, Lucknow University, Lucknow. The Romantic fiction was based on the life of a boy, Nitin who has met with an accident and then his tryst with the destiny. The protagonist of the story has met with a severe accident and is dying under the sun, on a street of Delhi. Few people are trying to rush him to a nearby hospital but he is slowly losing his grip on his breaths. In the last hours of his life someone asks him a question and with that question he enters into a series of flashbacks from his past life. He remembers his first day at his school, his father’s death, his best friends, his first crush in his school and how he meets her after many years, his gold medal and the time in University, the unfortunate death of the girl who loved him, his life in Banking Academy and his meeting with the man he aspires to be like and the arrival of another girl for whom he was ready to do anything. Prakash dedicated this book to the cancer patients in the world. The book was highly appreciated by the youths in India. The theme of the book is romantic-hate fiction. Thousands of copies of the book are sold so far. It also deals with a very sensitive issue of suicide.
Second Novel: In the Name of Love, R.I.P.
In the Name of Love, R.I.P.
Nitya’s second novel In the name of Love, Rest in Peace was published in February 2012 by Diamond Books, New Delhi, India. It was released at the 20th World Book Fair, New Delhi, India. After penning the bestseller ‘Dear, I Hate You’, Prakash’s second book was a thriller. The book is based on the life of a secret agent, Kabir Garg and his secret organization, Trailblazer. The book also deals with the biological warfare and Anthrax disease. Trailblazer: A secret organization comprising world’s wealthiest men who altruistically devote their fortunes to aiding humanity. They strive for international peace; they fight famine, frustrate wars and combat evil. Using a world-wide network of bribed men in key positions, Trailblazer obtains vital, up-to-date information about world affairs. Its power is immense and funds unlimited. Its carefully elected and well-paid agents operate legally to the ultimate benefit of mankind. And if one man in power endangers the lives of many, he may even ‘disappear’, if there is no other way to influence him. Anthrax is an acute infectious disease. It is a painful and horrific death. If an enemy had the formula for immunity to anthrax – they could become masters of the world. It is vital that the knowledge is made available to the world. So, justifying his treachery in the name of humanity, Agent Kabir Garg enjoyed a man’s hospitality, nosed into his private affairs and spied on all his visitors.The book was very well marketed and was also well received by the readers and critics.
Third Novel: Little Lucknow
Nitya’s third novel Little Lucknow was published online in April 2012 via Amazon & Smashwords. Unlike his other two books Little Lucknow was based on Child Psychology. It was recommended a must read book on parenting by Niche Baby Talk Website. The book is narrated by its protagonist – Kapil, an eleven year old school boy. Can a kid fall in love and actually mean it? What is the one emotion that has everyone mystified? What is the one emotion that has started as many wars as it has ended? What emotion has had more plays, songs, and stories written about it than anything else? Love comes in so many different levels, that it doesn’t appear to be the same emotion at all, but it is. There is so much to love. It can tear people apart and make us do irrational things to bringing together entire nations. What can this emotion not do? It’s hard to tell, but there is a lot it can. Love is that one emotion that makes enemies into friends and friends into enemies. So many legends surround this emotion, from the goddess of love to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. There’s a very thin line between being thrilled and being terrified, when a child falls in love. Kapil, an eleven year old boy is passing through a similar phase. ‘Little Lucknow’ explains what goes through a child’s mind, when he/she falls in love. The novel is based at the city of Nawabs, Lucknow.
Fourth Novel: Maya
Maya has selective amnesia: a silent curse. All she wants is a normal life but strange things begin to happen with her when she visits her estranged grandmother in the ghost town of Bhangarh. The only problem she sees… it won’t last, as much as she wants to believe in love, she knows the past doesn’t stay hidden for long.
Fifth Novel: AntiNational
Everyone has a special place for money and power in their heart. Of course, the nation and profession come first to anyone. But for an anti-national, society & professional ethics comes last on their priority list. In the lust of making more money, their love for their nation and profession eventually declines at some point in time. The detrimental effect of such ‘anti-nationals’ on the people is not too difficult to imagine.
Sixth Novel: Letters to Mira!
Letters to Mira!
We’ve all had that letter we’ve written, never meaning to send. But we wrote it anyway, knowing we would never send it. It’s the same old immortal love story but this time Krishna falls in love with Mira. If you’ve ever known love, known heartache, you will see yourself, hear yourself and find yourself in the ‘Letters to Mira’.