I learned of this author through a very powerful video he put up on Upword.
This book by him seems to address something many Hindus, including myself, struggle with: fighting back against biased, distorted narratives without getting emotional despite having a wealth of evidence for our positions.
Book Description on Amazon:
"Writing Across a Cracked World is a guide for anyone who is concerned about the growing Hinduphobic bias and bigotry in mainstream media and academia narratives and wishes to do something about it.
If your goal is to strengthen the emerging Hindu narrative through any form of writing--books, novels, articles, blog posts, or even tweets--this book will help you. The premise of this book is that it is possible to remain true to your own convictions, and at the same time communicate fearlessly and credibly with a wider audience, including those who have not yet come to recognize the deceptions and dangers of unchecked Hinduphobia.
By mapping out the present terrain of media and academic Hinduphobia carefully, Vamsee Juluri shows you , with many examples from his own experience, how to challenge and change narratives armed with something as simple as reason and language."