“We are not less because someone is gone, but rather know that we are more because they once loved us” says author Julie Stafford

Julie Stafford, author of ‘Seagulls on the Ganges’, has healed herself after her partner’s loss. She is a strong woman because of her belief that we are not less because someone is gone, but rather know that we are more because they once loved us.

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“Whatever we may plan or wish for, we ultimately end up with what is destined for us” says author Kaasyapa

Kaasyapa, the pen name of Parsa Venkata Ramachandra Rao, is the author of the book ‘Que Sera Sera’. He named his book so because he believes that life follows this very same rule that the famous song ‘Que Sera Sera’ talks about.  He is an active bird watcher, and is interested in music, politics, and reading.

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“Be truthful in expressing your emotions” says poet Sujata Chatterjee

Sujata Chatterjee is a postgraduate in Anaesthesiology from Tata Memorial Hospital. She also holds a degree in journalism from Delhi School of Journalism. The happiness and positivity that she derives from photography, writing verse, and travelling reflects in her anthology of poems ‘Looking Through the Prism – Spectrum’ which is now is out with Notion Press.


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“My knowledge of economics helped me write this futuristic socio-political book” says author Gautam Prasad Baroowah

Gautam Prasad Baroowah has recently released his futuristic socio-political book titled ‘Where Wise Owls Dare’. Through this book the author urges the readers to protect the one-horned  rhinoceroses of Kaziranga National Park. His knowledge on the subject and his passion for the cause came out commendably during my interview with him.

The economist, the businessman, the author – Gautam Prasad Baroowah

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“Nurture the young minds by writing more for them” says author Tulika Singh

Interviewing Tulika Singh, the author of the  recently published five beautifully illustrated children books The Boy Who Remained 16’, Shabri Ke Ram’, ‘7 Colours of Holi’‘Parijat’ and ‘The Princess Who Slept for Fourteen Years’ was a very interactive session. For all those who want to write for children, this is an interview that one should definitely  read. 

The author herself

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“We are headed towards nothingness” – says Abu Malik, author of Rantings of a Madman

Rantings of a Mad Man written by Abu Malik has been published by Notion Press. ‘Abuisms’, as the author calls his words of wisdom, will urge you to make the most of your existence on earth without actually taking life too seriously. I got a chance to interview the author and was both happy and intrigued with his answers. Here is what he had to say.

Abu Malik

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