Recently, I had the chance to talk to the author of a highly appreciated book. Here is an excerpt from the conversation:
Q. I would like you to share something about yourself with our readers.
I am an Indian citizen working with Govt. of Madhya Pradesh as Class I officer, engaged in development work, through Govt. policies, endurance of Industrialization & Employment generation.
Q. How did you come up with the idea of writing this genre?
We all are witness to 2013 Anna Hazare movement which was held in the Capital of India, New Delhi. It was a very inspiring movement for the people and by the people. Actually it was one of the biggest movement post Independence period in India, pushing forward to sustain democracy.
Q. Where did you find the inspiration to write this book?
From the well known Anna Hazare Movement of 2013.
Q. What exactly does your book convey?
The book gives details about the movement, what was the Motto of movement and what happened in the midst and towards the end.
Q. What all was going in your head while penning down this book?
When I was writing this book the complete scenario of the movement was in my mind & I penned down this historical event.
Q. How much time you used to commit to this book?
Around 2 – 3 months.
Q. Was there any moment you backed off from the idea of writing a book?
No not at all
Q. How do you handle the criticism that comes towards your way?
I feel that if you are committed in proper and positive way, you can handle all the criticism and other things.
Q. How was your experience with Bluerose throughout the publishing of the book?
It was stunning to work with Blue Rose Publication which is running in a good way and on right path. Mr. Sayyed Arshad is very good commanding team leader. I wish them a great success in future.
Q. How would you like to advice budding authors?
I would like to advise other authors to work honestly & with diligently diligence & take the advantage of joining with Blue Rose Publication New Delhi.
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