Do you recall the first ever book/novel you read?
What does your writing/reading space look like?
My writing place is very quiet, calming. I have made it in a corner of my bedroom. I write at the study table gifted by my hubby. I enjoy sitting there reading, thinking.
The top three books which I can again and again read are Gone with the Wind, The Hungry Tide and The Kite Runner
Do you pen down revelations and ideas as you get them, right then and there?
Success is a very subjective feeling. It changes according to the perception of a person. For me, my book getting published, gives me a stupendous feeling for the main reason that words do not have death. Words change into knowledge and will always float in this worldly space.
How did you feel when the publisher accepted your draft for the first time ?
The idea of the novel was revolving in my head for quite sometime, it was crystal clear in my head. When it got accepted by the publisher though, i gave a contented sigh, as it was a first sign that now the book is on its way for publishing.
Tell us something interesting that has occurred since you became a writer?
It is overall a good feeling, when people read my book and come up to me or call me to tell that they enjoyed it thoroughly. This feeling that I can give a good story to people, and people can take something out of it , gives a high.
One character from your books, that you like the most?
Though the character of the main protagonist Ira is very impressive. I like the character Jagtar for his struggle, the ups and down that he goes through.
What was your favorite chapter (or part) to write and why?
The chapter where Ira visits the pind with Nimrat. I wanted to make it very interesting. I myself was on edge while writing it, as the words were tumbling off my fingers so fast, it was thrilling writing it down.
What is that dream goal you want to achieve before you die?
To write stories of varied genre, unique characters, thrilling plots, engaging narrative and reach widest number of readers.
A message for aspiring writers?
Write from your heart, tell a story which you must.
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