Author Uma Eachempati is a doctor and obstetrician by profession and a writer by passion. Her latest book, “Whispers of the Heart” is an ardent tale of emotional upheavals, pangs of separation, uncertainties of life, and unconditional love.
Through this book, Puneet wishes to popularize the concepts of Yoga and Tatra amongst the youth.
‘Slices of Life’ is a collection of short stories on diverse themes about people around us such as an urban housewives.
Raghunath is currently pursuing a diploma in creative writing in English, while also pursuing a post-graduation course in Political Science. He works as a PGT in a government-run residential school and hails from the village of Desaipet in Kamareddy district of Telangana.
On the professional front, Ameya is a Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) and a Global Health Field Placement Fellow of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA. He also has prior medical training (MBBS) from Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai, India.
Author Avik Gangopadhyay has written over 30 books in English and Bengali. His writing touches upon relatively unknown but significant themes of aesthetics, dead languages, Indological studies, religious ‘isms’, theories of literature, and obscure historical issues.
We at bookGeeks got a lucky chance to have a candid conversation with Dhyan Bollachettira. Here’s what he has to say about his quest for wisdom, his love for writing, and about his debut work, “Arya Dharma: The Noble Dharma”.
We at bookGeeks got a lucky chance to have a tete-a-tete with the author. Here’s what he has to say about his love for books, his favorite authors, his likes and dislikes, and most importantly, his latest book “Based on Lies: The Whole Story”.
Anuj Tikku is a man with many talents. As a Bollywood actor he has worked in many big films including Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, No One Killed Jessica, Once Upon a Time in Mumbai, Khoya Khoya Chand, and many others. He has also worked in more than 65 commercials and is widely recognized as the face behind the trendsetting ad of Havell’s ‘Shock Laga Laga’.
Originally from the South of India, Vee Kumari had been fond of books from the very beginning. As a child, she would often find her escape in books. Authors like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie were amongst her favourites. She was encouraged by her mother who often motivated her to learn more and dream bigger.
Ravi Kumar first started writing during his stints as a TV journalist where he used to write for many famous celebrities. Slowly and steadily, he started to dedicate more time to his passion, building up a blog to fuel and channelize his writing interests.
Antar Atreya is back with his latest book, Chronicles of the Mortal Vishnu; a book that has been hailed as one of the most anticipated reads of 2019 by a number of leading media portals. In this book, Antar takes inspiration from Hindu mythology and its many characters and weaves around it a fascinating saga.