The biggest mistake authors make when they are writing for children, is forgetting the fact they too were once children. It is important to think about to the time when you were a child and try to remember what was the kind of content you liked consuming.
I have developed children’s comics before this. My first brush with writing for children came about two years ago when I sat down and wrote An Awfully BIG Adventure. I remember struggling to ensure that story would sit well with my younger readers too. As authors, we have a responsibility to our readers.
Gunjan Jain brings us a book that is awe-worthy and inspirational. She Walks, She Leads is a collection of some amazing woman who made it big not by luck but by hard work. But this journey wasn’t a cake walk. Here are some questions I asked her and she was kind enough to answer themContinue reading “Author Interview: Gunjan Jain”
Today I bring to you another Indie writer, who recently published his second book ‘Waterboarding’, a romance with a pretty scary twist. I had the opportunity to read the book and my review can be found here 🙂 Meet Mr. Bragadeesh Prasanna. I had the pleasure of asking a few question to this amazing soulContinue reading “Author Interview- Bragadeesh Prasanna”
A quick author introduction (Courtesy: Goodreads) Kevin Missal is a 21-year-old graduate of St. Stephen’s College, who has written four novels till now ranging from crime to mythology to horror. He had written his first book at the age of 14, which was released by the Chief Minister of Delhi. His second book was writtenContinue reading “Author Interview: Kevin Missal”
Arka Datta Books: A Team of Extraordinary Bastards Here’s how it goes Love stories that touched my heart (with a bunch of other people) MYRIAD TALES – A Season of CHILLS, THRILLS & SPILLS ( Too many people this time) Let’s start with what the author has to say about himself. (Credit-Goodreads) ArkaContinue reading “Author Interview- Arka Datta”
A Team of Extraordinary Bastards: Publisher: Storymirror Info Tech Ltd Genre: Fiction Blurb (as on Goodreads): Arya Sen is Destiny’s child, a young boy from Kolkata who is born to be the greatest the Football World has ever seen. The universe never fails to surprise him with good fortunes as he embarks on his journeyContinue reading “Book Review: A Team of Extraordinary Bastards by Arka Datta”