The Bestseller Accidental Writer: Manoj Sharma

New Delhi (India), January 18: No matter what type of life you have or from what type of family you belong to, every single one of you has your own stories to tell the world. It’s just that some people take the step to share their stories with the world, while some keep them inside their hearts. 

Manoj Sharma is the kind of person who has started sharing his stories in the form of stories and poems from his school days only. Writing is his passion, and he never thought of becoming a writer.

But his life has some other plans for Manoj. 

Still thinking how someone who never wanted to be a writer became a bestseller writer? Manoj Sharma has an interesting life story as well. Let’s know more about it. 

Initial Days of Life

Manoj Sharma belonged to a small town in Haryana and was born in October 1981. He also has one elder sister and one younger brother.
 From his initial days, Manoj has had a keen interest in computers and technology, that’s why he opted for a computer degree which he finished from NIIT Chennai. After his graduation, he went for MBA and started working in the Haryana Health Department. 

Although he got an appraisal, he had some other dreams to pursue, because of which he left his job and joined his father’s business.  That’s when he started writing poems and writeups. 

His Books & Achievements

Later he got married to Anita Sharma in Nov 2004 and had 2 sons. During his school/college days, he was in a relationship with a girl who was diagnosed with a deadly disease. That girl asked him to tell their love story to the world before she died. 

And finally, during the lockdown in 2020, Manoj Sharma got the time to write his first book, “The Dooms Wounds, ” which did really well. After this, he soon started getting offers from different publishers and platforms. 

He wrote other books like “Lockdown Tragedy”, “A Journey to Lethal Days”, and many more.

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