Authors

Getting up Close with Great Minds

Over the years, we have associated ourselves with many talented writers across this country. It has been our privilege to share their journey as a writer with the people and encourage them to never quench their thirst for reading.

HARINDER SIKKA

HARINDER SIKKA Q. Why the title ‘Calling Sehmat’? Sehmat means agreement, something that I had with the lady Sehmat. I had promised her that the book shall not be published without her concurrence and I stood to my promise, in short ‘Calling Sehmat’. Q. What according...

SHEELA REDDY

SHEELA REDDY Q. Which historical romance book or story would you rate as a favourite? As a young girl I read almost any historical romance I could lay my hands on, indiscriminately devouring the Regency romances of Georgette Heyer and Jean Plaidy’s stories...

Shiv Aroor

SHIV AROOR Q. Define hero? A person who instinctively acts to save or help another at the known cost/harm to oneself. Q. Reporting war stories from conflict zones, what helps you keep calm (if at all you do)? Listening to the back stories of the combatants. I always...

Shreevatsa Nevatia

SHREEVATSA NEVATIA Q. If you weren’t a writer what would you be? (You can’t say, dead!) When I was in school, my mother wanted me to be a lawyer. She told me she had failed to raise me when I said I wanted to be a writer. Even though I laughed at the time,...

Novoneel chakraborty

NOVONEEL CHAKRABORTY Q. You dropped out of your formal education to pursue writing? We have heard of people doing that as engineers or start-ups but for a passion of writing is a first. How could you possibly sustain your passion while following it? Confidence comes...

Anurag Garg

ANURAG GARG Q.  Was writing by chance or a planned endeavor? It was planned by chance. I had a breakup like most of us in high school. I took it too seriously and wrote a book out of my experiences with first love. It was not written for commercial market...