Memoirs of a Technical Consultant

Non-Fiction - Autobiography
Kindle Edition
Reviewed on 10/01/2013
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Author Biography

I am a Man from India, working as a Marketing professional, married with two kids. They named me "Prasad" and call me "Pras".

Well... what really defines us... Is it our name? Is it our job.... our family... our country???

This is exactly the question I am trying to find answers for. In my search for clarity, I stumble upon a few interesting things.... and, sometimes truth. I endeavor to share it with the world via my books and articles.

I greatly appreciate the friendly souls who... somehow... find the patience to read my work... and the courage to give me their honest feedback.

I am not a perfect being... my work is not perfect. But, what I plan to do is to get better. Get closer to perfection than moving away from it. Every word of criticism and appreciation moves me closer to the goal.

I have worked nearly a couple decades and work took me to many places. Every place surprised me with its ability to show a different hue of myself. Is the food... the people... I am trying to find out.

I write blogs, social commentary, short stories and what not, in the path to making myself a better writer. Humor and tragedy are extremes I intend to explore.

I believe we are created to be Creators... to set a chain reaction of creations that will manifest itself into more... spreading wisdom and glory across the world through knowledge.

Here I am, letting myself to be reviewed threadbare... and, my many thanks for obliging.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Memoirs of a Technical Consultant by Prasad Ram is an autobiography where the author speaks about his travels; and shares the wonderful moments he experienced, the interesting people he met, and the beautiful places he visited that changed his perspective forever.

I enjoyed the book. Autobiographies are always interesting to read, mainly because I find them educational to a large extent. You get to know about so many things which you are not aware of although they are the author's personal experiences and personal viewpoint. The incidents speak about how they have benefited the author that made him share it with an audience. The book has another message; that of trying to enjoy what life has to offer and experience the simple pleasures of life before it is too late. Many times we are so caught up in our personal rut that we forget to appreciate the beauty of the universe.

I found the book a kind of travelogue as well because the author speaks about his visits to many countries. Traveling is an education in itself and it opens your mind and thoughts to a wider plane. It is also helpful in self realization because it is nice to contemplate the changes within yourself after an extensive trip. The author's keenness to share his experiences makes the book appealing. He shows his gratitude to the universe. The powerful message of enjoying the bounties of nature before it is too late is something for all of us to learn and understand.