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SUJATA SABNIS | Author Interview

February 4, 2017

After almost an year of research into the Mughal times, this young vivacious author is back with her 3rd novel and this one is sure to turn all the heads her way. So we indeed got lucky when we got to interview the charming and talented author Sujata Sabnis.

Sujata Sabnis | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Sujata as a person.
Sujata: Who am I? A mixed bag really. Emotional yet pragmatic, zany yet sensible, love my family but equally love my me time. An avid and frequent traveller, a good listener, a quiet observer, a …

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SHIKHA PAKHIDE | Author Interview

February 3, 2017

Books are her best friends and Tea is her favorite beverage. She is the one who is known to create the "zing" factor in marketing. She is none other than the charming author of the book Define Thirty-Six: Twice of Eighteen. We at bookGeeks got lucky when we got her to talk about herself and her writing.

SHIKHA PAKHIDE | Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Shikha as a person. Who is Shikha? What does she do? What are her hobbies, likes and dislikes?
Shikha: I am a person on a quest. With more than 12+ years of experience …

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DIMPLE SINGH | Author Interview

January 24, 2017

Currently pursuing her degree in Journalism and also working on 3 books, Dimple Singh is an exceptionally talented individual. We at bookGeeks got lucky and had a tête-à-tête with this young budding author.

Dimple Singh | Intimidating Obscurity A Pursue To Eternity | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about yourself
Dimple: I am Dimple Singh, an inhabitant of Kashipur city, Uttrakhand. I completed my schooling from All Saints’ College, Nainital. I am presently pursuing my degree of BJMC from Amity University, Noida. I am a girl who always believes in converting all m…

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DEBAJANI MOHANTY | Author Interview

November 7, 2015

Her work and interests have taken her all over the world and in the process she has interacted with numerous women from different ethnic origins. She intends to bridge the gap between the freedom, safety & security enjoyed by them and by our women through her writing.

Debajani Mohanty | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Debajani as a person
Debajani: Bold and unconventional yet kind and loving. Travelled half of the world on my own both for work and also for my passion in travelling. I am also a big foodie and have tried c…

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BIJU VARGHEESE | Author Interview

November 5, 2015

Biju Vargheese whose pen name is Pazhayedathu Parambam and who has authored the latest literary sensation "Dangerous Glitter" is a very simple man with few needs. Read more about this humble person in his own words.

BIJU VARGHEESE | Author Interview

bookGeeks: What is the mystery behind the double name? What should the fans know you as – Biju Vargheese or Pazhayedathu Paramban?
Biju: Biju Vargheese is my official name. Pazhayedathu Paramban is my family name. So, I have taken it as my pen name. Pazhayedathu Paramban family is quite a kno…

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SALIL DESAI | Author Interview

November 4, 2015

This author and film maker has to his credit 3 crime novels, 1 short story collection, 12 Management Training films and 25 workshops on creative writing and film making. He is none other than Salil Desai and he is here in a candid conversation with bookGeeks.

SALIL DESAI | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Salil as a person
Salil: As a writer I see myself as a product of all the books I have read right from my childhood to my middle age. Writing is probably the one thing I know or care to do well – whether its books,…

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SUDHAM | Author Interview

November 4, 2015

This passionate marketeer bid adieu to a very glorious and promising career to follow his dreams of becoming an author. Meet Sudham, the ex National Marketing Head of India's largest FM Radio Network and find out what he has to say about his love for books and writing.

Sudham | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about yourself
Sudham: I am your regular guy next door! For the most part of life I followed and did what is or rather was considered “normal” for folks belonging to my generation. Completed school, managed an En…

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AMISHA SETHI | Author Interview

November 1, 2015

She is an executive scholar from Kellogg School of Management and holds an MBA Degree in Marketing. She was awarded the "Young Women Rising Star" at the World Women Leadership Congress 2014 and has received numerous other awards and recognition. She is none other than the very talented Amisha Sethi and she is here in conversation with bookGeeks.

AMISHA SETHI | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Amisha as a person
Amisha: I am an extremely intuitive person, love to smile and make others smile all the time. I am a firm bel…

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VIKKAS ARUN PAREEK | Author Interview

November 1, 2015

Vikkas Arun Pareek is working for a major Indian IT company and is based in London. Voices of the Silent Creek is his first self published novel. Here is what followed when we got in a tete-a-tete with this young and talented author.

Vikkas Arun Pareek | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Vikkas as a person
Vikkas: People have various roles to play, so far have managed to be a son, brother, husband and have been recently promoted to a father. Family means a lot to me and so does work. An encouraging environment in family and w…

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ANJALI KIRPALANI | Author Interview

July 25, 2015

Don't get confused, for she ain't a Bollywood Diva or a Glam Model; though she definitely looks like one. She is the young and talented author of two bestselling books - "Written in the Stars" and "Never Say Never". Meet the versatile and very talented Anjali Kirpalani. 

Anjali Kirpalani | Author Interview

bookGeeks: Tell us something about Anjali as a person
Anjali: I’ll keep it short; I’m awesome! On a serious note, I’m fun loving, witty, adventurous and a go-getter. I’m always up to try something new; routine bores me. 

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