Interview With Nitin Kalal

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Nitin Kalal

Nitin Kalal belongs from Rajasthan the land of Rajputana. Nitin completed the diploma in General Nursing in 2016, and the same year he also get bachelor’s degree in arts from correspondence. In college days, Nitin wrote many plays based on social issues and also became part of several stage-performances. Apart from writing, Nitin’s interest is in playing chess and watching romantic Bollywood movies. Nitin believes that life is like a film, we are the author of our own story, things will definitely go wrong sometimes worse, but it is up to you that you will write a sad ending of your story or tried for the pleasant end.

 

A couple of easy questions to begin with… First off, what inspires you to write?

I started when I was 13 years old. I wrote my first poetry when i was in class 8th. I really don’t know who inspired me to write except my inner soul. Sometimes i got confused with my writing and sometimes i became over-confidant, but still there is one thing I always wanted to do is “WANT TO BECOME A PUBLISED AUTHOR.”

What do you aim at while composing any piece of creative writing?

While writing a story, there is always a thought in my mind that whatever I have written can leave a positive impact on my readers.

How did you break into the publishing world?

My first book was published one and half years ago with Partridge Publication, on January 30, 2017. I wrote that story in 2015. The story is about a rape victim.

After about two years of waiting, the book was in the process of publish there was a strange excitement with happiness as well. In that haste I probably could not justice with the story. Some drawbacks remained in that novel, but the publication of mine first novel has definitely give confidence to me to move forward.

Out of all the books you’ve written, do you have a favorite?

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Books by the author Nitin Kalal are I Wish I Could Fly, Stay With Me, Swapndarpan

My first novel “I wish I could fly” is my all-time favorite for me.

Is there anything you are currently working on that may intrigue the interest of your readers?

These days I am working on a psychological thriller. The Karma based fictional story. The story of a doctor, who has become the villain of his own story because of his past mistakes. 

Do you think you still have a story to tell the readers? Tell us the most amazing story of your life.

I have a lot to tell people. So many thoughts are often knocking on my mind; let us seen how many of them convert into the form of Novel.

As a poet, are you satisfied with your poetry? And the same, as a reader, what do you think of your own writings?

Whether it`s a story or a poetry, I will never be satisfied with my own writing, not as a reader, nor as a writer. And I even think no writer should be satisfied with his or her writing because I believe, satisfaction can reduce the hunger of doing something better or doing something new.

Do you think novel over took poetry? Or still, there is some space poets can make into. 

NO… I mean yeah, I believe that the readers of the novel have more than poetries. But it does not mean that novel has overtaken the poems. There are still so many authors who love to write poetries only, and many who write poetries along with the novels.

They both are different things, and no one can take anyone`s place.

Do you have a set schedule for writing, or are you one of those who writes only when they feel inspired?

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Nitin’s writing space

I am one of those writers who believe that the need to have enough thoughts is more important than having the fix schedule to write. So I don`t have any set schedule, I write only when I get ideas to write.

Other than writing, what are you most passionate about?

I really don’t know what I am passionate about apart from writing. Maybe nothing except the writing.

Over the years, what would you say has improved significantly in your writing?

I am still learning, and how much I have improved my writing? And improvement happened or not? I have decided to leave it on reactions of my readers.

How do you think concepts such as Kindle, and e-books have changed the present or future of reading?

I am one of those who love paperback only to read. But yeah, E-book and kindle shows a special impact on readers and it is increasing the numbers of readers.

What has been one of your most rewarding experiences as an author?

Two such occasions came in my life. First, when I met Tea-seller Author Lakshman Rao sir. And second opportunity was when I met Mr. Ajay K. Pandey sir. These two opportunities was not less than a reward for me.

What is that dream goal you want to achieve before you die?

I am big fan of Shraddha Kapoor and want to go on coffee date with her.

And finally, A message for aspiring writers?

I do not consider myself capable enough to teach anyone. But I would definitely like to make a request that don’t write to being famous, write to make positive changes.

Thank you, buddy for the interesting replies 🙂 Hope you enjoyed the interview.

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Links to buy his books-  

I Wish I Could Fly

स्वप्न-दर्पण (Swapndarpan

Stay With Me

 

13 Comments Add yours

  1. Lovely interview. I like that he is so dedicated to his writing.

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  2. Bookworms corner blog spot says:

    Great questions. You did a really great job. I really don’t like to see people pass judgement on other authors and their writing standards. (response 7) The authors that I know are proud of their work and won’t let it release until they are happy with it, so while I think it was right for him to speak of his own experiences, I do not think it was right for him to pass judgement on writers who work on a piece and release it only when they are happy.

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  3. jenchaos76 says:

    very nice interview.

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  4. I love interviews – these questions are great!

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  5. Empress DJ says:

    Impressive – I remember having similar aspirations as a kid but never following through

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  6. Great interview! You thought of some very interesting questions and the answers most certainly are too.

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  7. JuliaSwoons says:

    I enjoyed this interview! I love his dedication

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