After creating ripples with her debut novel, Blood, Sweat and Tears, the stunning fiction novelist Arya Rajam is onto her next novel. We at bookGeeks got a lucky chance to have a tête-à-tête with the talented author. Here’s what she has to say about her latest book, writing and her love for all things bookish.
Having aced his game at a lot of things, destiny finally led Nirmal Ranganathan to writing. His varied experiences in the diverse fields of photography, radio jockeying, production design, advertising and learning design led him to accumulate a lot of perspectives.
Today, not only is he the only civilian to be ever trained and licensed to fly a military jet, but also boasts of being an “advanced” level scuba diver, a free fall skydiver, a blue belt in Tae Kwon Do, a Reiki healer, and a singer and guitarist in a Rock band.
Mainak has to his credit more than a dozen books which have been translated into multiple languages including French, Portuguese, Japanese, Turkish, German amongst others. One of his most renowned works is the Alice in Deadland series which has garnered the praise of millions of readers.
Anju Dhawan is a woman of many achievements. In addition to being the founder-director of SMS Consultants, which is a Delhi based consultant firm, she is also a passionate social worker, an educator, a qualified teacher, a motivator, an NLP practitioner, a learner, and an author.
Amitabh Satyam has authored several books including The End of Romance, The Smart City Transformations, The Hindi Medium Types and The General Theory of Management. His latest book, The End of Romance is a collection of thoughts on the increasing men-women conflict.
Author Megha Ahuja believes in doing the right kind of research for every piece of writing that she commits herself to do. And that’s probably why you will find a lot of regional influences, cultural nuances, and detailed descriptions of places and things in her stories.
In our latest bookish adventure we got into a candid conversation with the up and coming author Kandarp Gandhi wherein he sheds a little light on his debut book, Buddhist Banker. He is a passionate blogger and a finance professional and teacher.
Hureen Gandhi loves creating memories and capturing them. Her writing has the capability to turn seemingly mundane incidents into compelling stories. Her ability to capture the subtle nuances of everyday life is also something to look forward in this book.
Author Richa Gupta who published her first novel, Phoenix under the pseudonym of Arti Chugpai (an anagram of her original one) is back again with her 2nd novel, Skeins. We at bookGeeks got a lucky chance to interact with Richa Gupta. Read on to know what she has to say about her latest book Skeins and about the importance of women being their own boss.
She is as humble and adorable as they come and doesn’t let her success get to her. Afroza doesn’t like to think of herself as an author and instead calls herself a scribbler. Her latest book, ‘Confession of a Wife’ is the startling tale of a marriage that is both insipid and oppressing.
Sarang Mahajan is the man behind what is being hailed as India’s first authentic fantasy fiction. His debut book, Inkredia, is a one of a kind fantasy which is neither based on mythology nor inspired from any western fantasies. Each and every part of the Inkerdia universe is original and created from the scratch.