Q.  I would like you to share something about yourself with our readers.

I am a writer who loves penning down his words in the form of Novels, Poems and short stories. I am also a motivational speaker. My works focus more on Social stigmas and the divinity of human relationships.

Q. How did you come up with the idea of writing this genre?

I have to thank this society wherein I observe many interesting characters. I have to thank my imaginations too !

Q. Where did you find the inspiration to write this book?

For the first time when I visited Tiruvannamalai Temple I was greatly impressed with it’s beauty.  While I was wondering at its beauty, I got a flash of this story’s thread line. Again thanks to this society, my observations and imaginations

Q. What exactly does your book convey?

Wonderful and Divine human relationships wherein the beautiful romance and love is hidden.

Q. What all was going in your head while penning down this book?

There were many characters and I was thinking whether to add all or a few. Also it was a challenge to share many of the hidden virtues, unsung so far.

Q. How much time you used to commit to this book?

Around two months’ period of wonderful timings.

Q. Was there any moment you backed off from the idea of writing a book?

No, it was a pleasant journey (my book also talks of a journey) as I myself was a reader of my own writing, I was indeed very curious to know how the story would travel and reach its climax

Q. How do you handle the criticism that comes towards your way?

Would like to welcome all criticism with my smile, duly thanking the readers who take effort to comment after reading my creation.

Q. How was your experience with the publisher throughout the publishing of the book?

Surprisingly the publishers are very humble and cooperative. Hope the same would be the sentiments for my immediate next book, a collection of around 25 short stories.

Q. How would you like to advice budding authors?

Enjoy writing duly realizing your responsibility as a good writer !

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