The good nature and the bad challenges. Just accept the challenges, don't quit and be the ultimate winner.
When you are not writing , how do you spend your time?
A lot of the time, I read or write . ... So spend your time on things that you know will benefit your ....
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
By searching on various book store like amazon, Kobo ,play books etc
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes my first story is the Mysterious wind
What is your writing process?
1.Prewriting 2.Writing 3.Revision 4.Editing
Do you rembember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
How do you approach cover design?
A designer who specializes in book jackets will understand how readers respond to layout and typography. They understand the current trends and can see how your cover will compete in the market. Most importantly, they will know how to communicate the right message with your cover.
What do you read for pleasure?
Reading for pleasure to support the engagement and motivation of learners. Reading for pleasure means any reading that is primarily for enjoyment. It encompasses a wide range of genres and publications, and includes both fiction and non-fiction.
What your e-reading device of choice?
What's the story behind your latest book?
My latest book is a fiction based love story of two people Amit and Ananya. They met during a cyclone .
What motivated you to become an indie author?
My motivation is the idea that somewhere, someday something I write will make a difference. I've read books that have altered the course of my life, and I hope someday to deliver a book that does the same for others. I do have one book published, and the feedback I've received has been awesome. One guy told me it did change the course of his day after reading it, so that was cool. Ultimately to me that's what it's all about. Where can I inspire, where can I make a difference, where can the words I write open up a world of possibilities for somebody else? The thoughts excite me.
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