KarmSavi M.S. Gill


KarmSavi M.S. Gill has been an engineer, tutor, entrepreneur, storyteller, and screenwriter. He is a writer since 2005. He is best known for storytelling; family, parenting, women empowerment, and inspirational fiction. In 12 years of writing experience, he wrote many poems, songs, and small and full-length stories.
What motivated him to write are; observation and interpretation of life experiences. 'Mother - A Single Parent' is his second book bind up of those good and bad experiences he earned since his childhood.
Follow KarmSavi M.S. Gill on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Karmsavi.books/, twitter https://twitter.com/KarmSavi_Gill and on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/mandeep-singh-53446660/. You can also visit his website; http://www.karmsavimsgill.com. You can contact him on info@karmsavi-books.de.

Smashwords Interview

What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
Just before I write either I have a situation where I can not apply my experience, suggestions from others, and sometimes I can not apply facts of life, or I have thoughts but not a situation where I can work on those practically. Then I set down and write. In the former case, I apply the facts, my experiences, and suggestions from others by creating a hypothetical situation and in the later case, I create a situation which fits into those thoughts. That's how I make myself available for a sample (you can call a prototype) to observe the situation as an audience.
What do your fans mean to you?
I personally feel that my writing is directly connected with my fans. We have a connection of 'Eye' and 'Light'. My writing is an 'Eye' and my fans are 'Light'. An eye can not see anything without the light.
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Mother - A Single Parent
Price: $4.50 USD. Words: 22,680. Language: English. Published: April 9, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational
Wilda, a single parent, lived in a small town with her son. She saw her husband’s dreams as her targets. She went beyond the chains to fulfill those dreams. Alex was four years old when she lost her husband in an accident. She always felt thankful to him regarding his ‘life insurance’ from which she got some money. Alex was only motivation she was left with; she called him soil of her eyes.

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