The Literature Today: Welcome to The Literature Today, author. Congratulations on the release of your book. What responses are you getting from your readers? please share your experience with this book.
Author: Well many acquainted people have read the book and they thoroughly enjoyed it and it was actually the best feeling one could ever get. But the most important thing for me was that my family liked it, they admired me for my hardwork and my father felt proud of me and that meant the whole world to me.
The Literature Today: What encourages you to become an author?
Author: I had never ever thought that I would write a book and since i am not a student of literature, it was really something i would have never dared to do but i think that it is the best way to express how i feel. Expressing myself, my views, my opinions through different stories encourage me in becoming an author.
The Literature Today: What are your favourite topics of writing? Please tell us something about your interest areas in literature.
Author: I intend to grab some social issues that are considered as taboo and turn them into a meaningful story. I love to write something unexpected and totally out of the box and incorporate it into these important messages.
The Literature Today: We were hoping you could tell us about some of those writers who had inspired you and whom you follow!
Author: My biggest inspirations are J.K Rowling, Ranbindra Nath Tagore and Dan Brown. My writing style is heavily inspired by J. K Rowling.
The Literature Today: The title seems different and catchy, how do you decide on it? Please let us know the story behind it.
Author: The title was the very first thing that i had decided when i thought of this story. I chose the title as it suited the best for my story.
Cririspace Journals: What are your achievements so far? Tell us something about your writing career.
Author: I have never ever written anything. It is my first ever writing work.
The Literature Today: What is your current goal in writing a career? How do you see your future in writing?
Author: I really like to write more. I have so many stories to tell and I want them to be told by me.
The Literature Today: Are there any other books being worked by you? Please let us know about your future projects.
Author: No, there are no books on which I have worked on. I have some errands in my mind and I am looking forward to it.
The Literature Today: How do you see Indian writing in the 21st century? What changes do you see in the modern way of writing? Do you feel it has been changed by the time?
Author: Everything has been quite experimental in the 21st century. people are taking risks and evolving themselves so it is really good for Indian people as they would get to know about such unique books.
The Literature Today: How easy or difficult it was for you to publish your book? What message would you like to give to budding authors?
Author: Initially it was really difficult for me as my work was ignored by many publishers so it was quite a low time for me but evincepub publishing house really helped me out throughout. If you really believe in something then just go for it. Don’t wait for anyone’s validation.