twitpicLeveraging the power and reach of microblogging, a tech writer has rolled out his new novel Robojit and the Sand Planet on Twitter network. The serial novel is live now, at

The novel will appear on Twitter in the form of a serial with about 10 tweets everyday. And at this rate, it’ll take nearly a year to complete the novel.

The Twitter work is also supported by a Facebook page to invite fans and readers to share their views with others. The Facebook page is located at:

It’s a technology fiction with focus on adventure and thriller genre. The story revolves around the central character Robojit – a humanoid. The name Robojit is derived from Robot and Jit that in Hindi language means victory.

The story begins with a setting in the future. It runs in three parts: affairs of a kingdom that’s presented as an imaginary planet, its conflicts with wicked forces, and a final mission that takes some of the characters to another remote planet. Robojit helps the lead couple achieve the mission while overcoming numerous challenges during the voyage.

The target audience is children and young adults across the world. The highlight of the story is its ability to effectively blend technology, spiritualism, and humanism with a captivating fantasy in the backdrop. The story is highly entertaining, as it’s full of thrill, adventure, excitement, and timely use of humor.

The story can be adopted for making a movie, animation film, digital video game, comic book, and e-book. And it can be extended for creating sequels around the central character, Robojit.

Rakesh Raman, the author of Robojit and the Sand Planet, is a technology writer based in India. He is also the author for this blog.


About Rakesh Raman

Have extensive editorial, content management, and integrated communications experience and have worked as a senior tech journalist, analyst, and columnist with different newspapers, magazines, and Web/online properties in India.

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