Anurag Anand is an author with several bestselling titles to his credit. His body of work pans across genres likes self-help, historical fiction and contemporary fiction. Two of his books (The Quest for Nothing & The Legend of Amrapali) have made it to the short-list for the Crossword Book Awards 2010 and 2012 respectively.
Anurag’s writing career took off at the age of 24 with his first book, Pillars of Success (2004). The book was a compilation of his experiences while working with NGO, UNES during his college days. He was responsible for designing and implementing the ‘Youth Development Program’ among school students across the country.
Stories, Anurag believes, are a highly effective medium for highlighting social issues or delivering a message, and thus it is his endeavour to leave his readers with a thought or two to ponder upon with each of his works.
Anurag is employed with one of the Cola majors in Gurgaon. His various works include: Love on 3 Wheels, Birth of the Bastard Prince, Where the Rainbow Ends, Thee Legend of Amrapali, Reality Bites, The Quest for Nothing, Tic Toc, Corporate Mantras, and Of Tattoos and Taboos.