Made in India
1. When did you find yourself in the world of words?
When I was in 5th standard! Well, I remember how I was left mesmerized
after completing David copperfield by Charles Dickens and that time, I
realized that this is something I want to do! Though, as a kid I
didn't have any idea how and when it's going to happen, but I knew
that my love for written words have begun!
2. What do you think about the newly emerged genre "Micro-fiction"?
Indeed it's a good way to express emotions. But I really feel
comparing it with novels and novellas would be unfair. It's like
comparing a quotation with a thesis.
3. Why do we need to sensationalize the concept of feminism? What is
feminism for you?
The concept of Feminism is fine by me. I believe, Equality should be
on all grounds. Women are not weak and therefore, women don't need
favors. Every man and woman should understand this.
4. Tell us about your book/s.
Well, my books are very interesting. *laughs*. Both of my novels, Too
hard to handle & VoiceMates are different from each other. While Too
hard to handle talks about the ripples in relationships occurred due
to opposite persona of 2 people, VoiceMates talks about pursuing one's
passion and taking chances in order to follow dreams. My third book is
in the pipeline while I have started working on my fourth book. I am
also trying to work on a non-fiction novel. Let's see how it goes!
5. A message for the reader's community...
Keep reading, as I believe the more you read, the more you learn!