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Book Review: Clandestine Waters by Sumit Vanjani

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Just completed the book, I am happy to share the thoughts that are uppermost in my mind.

This is a brilliant book by a first time author Sumit. This book is a page turner. I completed this book in two sittings. The cover of the book is attractive and the title is very interesting.

It is a great work to read for young students to inspire about life and its different phases. Loved the characters of Mr.Atul and Ms.Neha. So many young readers can relate their story in this book.

I personally liked this sentence.

‘Something caught his eye – an unknown number!

The message read “Happy New Year. No ac needed. Neha.”

Chapter number two on texting is one of the best that I have read so far.

I will rate this book as 4/5


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Book Review: Rooh se rooh tak by Vinit Bansal

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Rooh se rooh tak is a hindi sensational novel written by Vinit Bansal. If you are the one who likes true love stories with some twist, this is the one you must read. Characters and plot is perfect to keep the reader interested in every page. The story begins with Neel and also talks about the friendship between Neel and Randeep. The feelings of Neel, Aditi and Randeep were brilliantly described in a simplistic manner. This book will give you the essence of true love and feelings for your beloved.  Every chapter is carefully written and words are chosen wisely. I must say this must be the standard of Modern hindi writers. I strongly recommend this novel to every hindi reader.

Rooh se rooh tak by Vinit Bansal

Vinit Bansal is a writer of many books but this one is the most romantic I must say. This work will inspire everyone including those true lovers, sensitive naïve teenage girls, budding writers and more importantly the readers of Hindi.

I just feel cover could have been more attractive. The language used in the book is very simple and lucrative for the common readers.

I must say that this book has the potential to be converted into a film. These are exactly the characters we find in our daily lives. College going students will connect to the book very easily. Author has put in a lot of hard work it seems. The book is well edited and cleanly presented.

If you are a passionate lover and a follower of true love, this book will be an emotional gift for you.

My verdict 4 out of 5.

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Author interview with Neeraj Kumar.

Category : Interviews

Here is the budding author Neeraj Kumar for you.

Can you please introduce yourself to the world of literature?

Hi.. Myself Neeraj Kumar. Frankly speaking I am not really an author.  I just came with my story and suddenly things changed. I am not trained it’s just an experiment with myself. that what is the real thing which can give me happiness apart from my job. People do many things for their happiness but I write. I failed many times to complete it. Some people made fun of me, many have told don’t do it it’s just waste of time and after that it really became a challenge for me. Which boosted my confidence to do so. Finally they realize that if you know your dream properly then nobody can stop you.

Two letters by Neeraj Kumar

When did you start writing?

It’s a funny story. Actually I used to write love letters from school days and I can proudly say that it was beginning and you know how much they used to pay me for that.. 10 rupee for each. That was the time when my friends started calling me a writer but I never thought I am going to write any book or story. I was just writing a story and I didn’t know that it will be published one day. So yes I started writing from my school days.

When you published first?

Actually it’s my first work which has been published. And all my old things are still waiting to get published.

Describe Neeraj in day to day life?

See, I am a simple guy. Mostly I love to sleep. My daily life depends on where I am. If I am in Office then whole day I am busy with my work. And if I am with friends then only friends. It’s just same for my family too. If I am at home then my phone goes not reachable for whole day.. Because there is no network in my room. And I only come out if there is any work. Simply I am a person who like you can say lazy guy.  I don’t roam too much. My routine is office to home and after that some music and some lovely food then at last a quote or one liner for my friends.

What are your hobbies apart from writing?

Music. I love music and I can’t imagine a day in my life without it. You can call me a bathroom singer too. My another passion is horse riding. When I sit on horse I just go in a different world but It’s not for daily. At the end I love to write what I see in my daily life. I do many things but music gives me energy to write something and became a famous celebrity who can buy a horse. Ha ha ha ha just kidding.

Tell us more about your book ?

Yes finally.. It is sweet and simple love story which is about two people you can say a couple which belongs to the middle class families. Their love struggles because their caste. Everybody knows that intercaste marriage is still a crime in our country specially if you belong to middle class. As people says. It’s not my thought. People told me that if you do intercaste marriage then you did a wrong thing. You won’t be happy whole life. What will people say. Our society doesn’t accept these kind of thing. So I wrote it. Story is very down to earth. I kept it very simple. I tried to show in daily life what problems they face after marriage. How they manage things. How they feel when someone asks to compromise your dream for family. How they over come from misunderstandings, small fights and arguments. How life goes after marriage and last but not least I tried to show with my story that love can heal anything. That is all about two letters.

How do you manage your writing time?

It was a very tough call for me when I decided to resign from my job for this story because I was in full form. But my family supported me all the time.. I am very lucky to have them as my parents. Really. But I learned to manage after some time I joined a new firm and started writing. I don’t write everyday it’s just like whenever I get something to write I keep it until I go to my room. And whenever I get some time I write. That’s why it took 2 years to complete my story. But it’s OK.  I think it’s good because when you have that much time you can correct it or edit it or add something on it.

Your favorite writer and why?

Now the list is very long like PRIYANKA BANSAL, AJAY K PANDEY, CHETAN BHAGAT, SONAM KESWANI and many more. But you know first is always first. My first book was THAT’S THE LIFE BABY -PRIYESH RANJAN  and I TOO HAD A LOVE STORY – RAVINDAR SINGH. These two are the reason because when I read their books. I became addicted to books.

What are your upcoming projects?

I am working on one another story it is about friendship. I can’t say anything more about it now. Thank you.

Any tips to the upcoming young generation.

Yes.. Just do what you want to do. People will tell many things because they can’t do what you can do. Just believe in yourself and do something what you enjoy. Respect your parents always. Be there for your family because they will always be with you.

Neeraj in one sentence.

If people say this is arrogance then they can say. By the way here is the sentence Neeraj ~ lotus in pond.

A special note for readers. If you find any mistakes in editing of my book                        (Two letters) then please ignore it because it is published from direct hard copy. No editing work is done on it. It was a dedicated work for someone special. I hope you understand. Just need your love and support.

Thank you.

Book is available on, ,snapdeal, online gatha, markmybook, and Kraftly and e-book.

Contact me on

Facebook – Neeraj Kumar Mahant.

Email –

Instagram -neeraj7870

Official facebook page – Writer universe.

Whatsapp – 7870489573.

Thank you Neeraj for your simply honest answers. I am sure readers will like your work. 

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Travel Dairies with model cum mother Poonam Konde

Hello Friends,

Today, we have model cum traveler cum an Indian mom who is a spirited lady. Her travelogue will inspire you. Let us chit-chat with her.

Can you please introduce yourself to the world of literature?

Ola Homies! This is Poonam, I am 29-year-old Woman, with my man and our kid. I am a fitness freak, and I love to travel.

Poonam Konde during her Europe travel.

When did you start travelling?

The nomadic fever did not hit me until I met with this partner who encouraged me to travel and earn experiences for myself. I was that generic city girl struck in the matrix, following that 9 to 6 pattern, running behind busses and yelling at taxis. It is important for everyone to take that pause and fall of the grid to rejuvenate yourself. And that how I decided to travel new places every time I get a chance.

Which was your first destination?

My start was not a huge 10+ hour flight or an abroad location, but it was somewhere nearby, does not matter how you start it could just be a neighboring village but you must start somewhere.

The First destination I remember visiting and it struck in my memory lane is Arambol, Goa. There is something about this place which appeals as if it’s more accepting.

What are your hobbies apart from travelling?

Apart from traveling, In between if I get good modeling assignment’s I like to grab them, I have been casted for TVC adds for couple of beauty products. Apart from hat, I am a fitness freak, to I like to sweat at the gym a lot. I had gained extra pounds after I had my first child, but was able to get back to my own shape in just a month or two.

Poonam in Santorini.

Tell us more about your travelling experiences?

Since I have started traveling, in 2011 I have been travel to 4 countries including India, I being a minimalist, I don’t like to opt for 5 star hotels or resorts, but I prefer family owned small hotels. That way you can jell up with the locals, and learn a lot about their culture, food and lifestyle. This time when I was on this beautiful Mediterranean island, called Santorini, people were so welcoming and friendly, they let me use their kitchen and taught me some of their own dishes from Mediterranean cuisine

I like to eat what locals do, if you are in US/Europe you don’t need to worry about falling sick as to what you eat, because, common, if you can digest Indian street food without falling sick, then street food from Europe should be no worry, considering the hygiene standards over there.

Athens is just as hospitable, considering that Tourism is one of the main revenue generators for Greece, Athena’s does not disappoint. They have a special transits system exclusively for tourist, all you have to do is buy one 14Euro ticket and that is good for 2 days, enough for you to visit all the ruins, museums and beaches of Athens and Piraeus.

Poonam ruling the world.

What tips do you want to give to female solo travelers?

Do not let the society norms stop you from getting things that you deserve, you work hard for sometimes you need to reward yourself. No touristy place is dangerous to you, as long as you research and study the place online, stay away from scammers, there are many sites that will tell you what are the top scams in the touristy place, always be on a look out.

Poonam’s Dairy

According to you, which is the one tourist destination every single girl should travel ?

You can travel solo almost in all of Europe including Turkey, just be careful in Bulgaria, and Romania. Do not go to Santorini alone, the place is just too romantic to be alone, and being single may make you feel lonely, unless you are okay with it.



Any tips to the upcoming young generation which is inclined towards travel.

Food I love – Poonam

Make a bucket list, work hard on saving money, kill that bucket list.

Well, you are a truly inspirational modern day lady Poonam. I hope your words will inspire many more women in this country and around the world. I wish you all the very best for your future.

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Book Review: Never Again by Shreyan Laha

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Never Again  is a book dedicated to the soldiers and warriors in the different battles.

Not many books are written on such topics.

This is a brilliantly written book. In this book, author has mentioned about the secret dairy of solider Kasper Hartmann. Author has put in lot of research and hard work for the book.

Many statements written in the book are the source of motivation. They motivate you as a person while reading.

Few editing mistakes but overall this book is worth reading as it talks about a life of a soldier as well as narrates the incidents in the past and present.

The German glossary given in the beginning is useful for the readers like me.

Overall, author has shown in this book that he has all the potential for the major success in future.

My rating is 4.0 out of 5. The only flaw is editing. Rest is simply brilliance.

I recommend this book to the readers. Trust me you will have a good experience. This book is worth reading and understanding the life of a soldier.


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Author Interview with Ch Lady Diana

Hi readers, today we have Ch Lady Diana a fantastic writer with us. Let us chit chat about her work.

Can you please introduce yourself to the world of literature?

Ans: My name is Ch Lady Diana. I was born and brought up in the beautiful valley of Manipur. I have always loved literature particularly because it helped me to express. I call myself a day dreamer.


When did you start writing?

Ans: I have always written short poems or stories for myself. I just never thought of publishing them. The earliest write up, if I remember correctly, dates back to the days when I was 10 or something and I had written about my sleepover experience with my cousins. I also remember that I have always had problems in expressing myself verbally. I have been an introvert and there were phases into that too. So, once I needed to tell my dad about something which I couldn’t express and I ended up writing it in the form of a letter and placing it over his pillow. So writing, to the introvert child that I was, has helped and proved to be therapeutic.

When did you published first?

Ans: I published my first novel The Mirage of Love in 2015. The novel has many questions and observations about the society by a woman. So, it carries the dialectics of a feminist but equally important for anyone who wants to understand individuality.

Describe Diana  in day to day life?

Ans: The everyday-Diana is a workaholic. The recurring days make her say, “OMG I can’t be Prometheus.” Monotony kills her and she wants regular changes in her life. She likes to take on different projects and learn new things. She loves her job. She is always eager to learn. She loves to read. The regular Diana wakes up on time to finish some chores and make some time to write in the morning. The regular Diana goes to her office and likes facing challenges and learning anything new. Most of the time, the regular Diana handles her writing career during the time that spans from post-dinner to the wee hours of the night.

What are your hobbies apart from writing?

Ans: I like to watch movies, watch documentaries on Netflix, irritate my sister, dote on my son, cook for my family (when mood commands), explore restaurants and eat something good, read books, etc. I am a warehouse of activities.

Tell us more about your book ?

Ans: Lovin’ A Hero is a romance fiction that explores the complex issues of second love, giving life a second chance, second marriage, parental-trust issues and changing gender roles. It’s a funny narrative so people are actually laughing while reading it. While it is also tied to a string of emotional moments, no different from the ones that we go through during hard times when we start questioning our intelligence, our abilities or we withdraw altogether from any form of human connection because we are not able to rely or trust again and the times when we even think that we are facing some sort of existential crisis. Personally, my favourite moments are the ones with the sky lanterns and the rain moment.

What do you think about modern day relationships?

Ans: Modern day relationships are complex. I think relationships have always been complex. It’s just that today, people are more aware and hence, they express better about their desires, issues, stress, etc. People today are more open to explore. I don’t believe in the fact that the previous generations had better relationships.  Young people of today want their relationships to work as much.

Is physical intimacy important in a relationship ?

Ans: Yes, it’s important. Not that it’s the sole important issue nevertheless it’s important.

How do you manage your writing time?

Ans: It’s a lot of running on the treadmill metaphorically speaking. Between raising a kid and a full time job, it’s very difficult to get the much-wanted time to write. Since three years now, or to say more precisely since the time I have focused myself on the writing career, my time to write can happen anytime and anywhere. I take notes on my phone or laptop when I am travelling, the couple of hours in the morning before office is very precious, the hours after everybody has slept is even more precious, writing means your light is always on. Can’t help it. But I enjoy every bit of it. There is no other way I would prefer doing this. I feel very lucky to be around like-minded people. I am in a circle of so many creative minds who keep motivating me even when I am suffering from some kind of mental blockage…so it’s a new kind of lesson every day.

Your favorite writer and why?

Ans: This is the most difficult question. I really don’t know how to answer this one. I am a bookaholic. I like to buy books even when I can’t find the time to read it. I am a literature person, so my muse has always been the Classic writers of Europe. I have studied drama, so I like reading the scripts too. Right from Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Ibsen to post-colonial works especially by Spivak, to J K Rowling, Amish…all of them are my favourite. Even Sidney Sheldon and Sophie Kinsella. I travel in the metro and if I see somebody reading a book, I am weird enough to sneak a peek at the cover to check it out. I am really not discriminate with authors.

What are your upcoming projects?

Ans: I am currently working on about four projects. The latest one will take a year or more, it’s about livelihood in politically torn places and I am focusing on the cultural and political dialectics of my home state Manipur. It is titled The Vanquished Paradise.

Any tips to the upcoming young generation.

Ans: The most important tip is don’t follow the hysteria. Create your own concepts. Learn to read between the lines and work hard enough to create your own name anywhere you go.

Diana  in one sentence.

Ans: I will always be the day-dreamer that I am.

Thank you for the wonderful answers Ms.Daina. Wish you all the very best for your both professional and writing career. For author interviews, please write an email to

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Author Interview with Geethanjali Dilippe

Dear readers, today we have with us an award winning poetess Geethanjali Dilippe with us. Let us talk about her inspirational poetry journey.

  1. Can you please introduce yourself to the world of literature? On the book cover and therein pages read me as Geethanjali Dilip; a graduate in English literature from Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai. Also with linguistic skills honed as a French Post Graduate from Bangalore University. It’s been more than three decades now teaching French at my centre, Zone Francofone in Salem. In the field of Poetry and literature till now two of my co-authored works and compilations have seen the daylight titled as, “Between Moms and Sons“, co-authored with poet Aakash Sagar Chouhan and “The Virtual Reality” with seven poets. Readers and fellow Poets/Writers also find my contributions on miscellaneous themes at various virtual spaces like, and also on my personal pages on Facebook like Alcove ATMA, Geethatmaa, and other collaborative poetry pages with fellow poets. There is an effortless smile, which relives again and again in this slideshow of endeavours having been felicitated with ‘The Reuel International Award for Poetry 2017’ by The Significant League.
  1. When did you start writing? 

I have contributed poems and articles for my college magazine, The Scrambler. It all started there and triggered a passion to write and spill my soul, my scripts found their place in cultural events and competitions, in schools where I taught French in Salem. My grand daughter – Aarushi’s birth gave a rebirth to my writing and I started compiling poetry in earnest. Eventually, her magical charm became my muse and the daily posts on Facebook have literally made a poet out of me today for which the inspiration got fed by all my virtual, mutual and close friends from their encouraging feedback.

  1. When did you publish first?

In February 2016, a poetry anthology named “Between Moms and Sons”.

  1. Describe Geethanjali in day to day life?

A passionate home-maker, revelling in little miracles of life like the songbirds greeting every dawn, the blossoming flowers in my garden, the rustling trees that breathe with me, my folks and friends, a music too resonates within in all that I do; my students define the meaning and purpose of my life, and poetry unravels my soul, when muses a plenty tap on my shoulder from dawn to dusk.

  1. What are your hobbies apart from writing?

The arts and creativity in any space of my life, music and poetry being a very huge and fulfilling part. Travelling opens up an entire world to me.

  1. Tell us more about your book?

“Between Moms And Sons”, started as a Facebook page with my co- author, Aakash Sagar Chouhan. When we saw the response and appreciation, we took it to the next level, of publishing with Raindrops Company, Bangalore. It has 31 poems including mine and Aakash’s, mostly based on the subtle bonding and relationship of a mother with her child.

  1. What do you think of modern mom-son relationships?

It depends entirely on where it all started, based on the socio-economic scenario and milieu. But from what I observe, in today’s world, a mom has learned to accept that she needs to let go of her son, however close he is to her, allowing him to soar to skies, giving him wings of freedom. I don’t have a biological son, but yes virtual sons who mean so much to me.

  1. Single parent relationships with kids are changing fast in present day society? What do you say?

Definitely! Considering so many marriages on the rocks resulting in divorces; today’s single parent is economically independent to manage pretty well without his/her better half to support them financially, although emotional substitution remains a challenge. Thus it leaves a lot of space for a parent to fill lacunas of single parenting, to give that fulfillment of a complete family for the kid.

  1. How do you manage your writing time?

I juggle my time pretty well, smoothly sailing at a point of my life, when I don’t need to run around to different schools to teach. So my leisure hours get engaged in writing; poetry by nature being spontaneous and not so time consuming like novels or long articles. A Poet is still a Poet even on flights, rail tracks, highways, between cooking and running the home.

  1. What do you want to tell new generation working moms?

Let thy family be the first priority come what may.

  1. Your favorite writer and why?

Mostly I read spiritual literature. It has been really long since I read fiction as voraciously as I used to during my school days. Poetry is more my interest and there are far too many beautiful writers; I cannot enlist really. So I feel every writer writes differently for a specific purpose and I imbibe from the soul of that writing.

  1. What are your upcoming projects?

My second sequel to “Between Moms and Sons”, ” Samudrika Chants” co- authored with Ms. Seema Jayaraman, again a poetry page on Facebook, ” my own page ” Geethatmaa”, a solo anthology.

  1. Any tips to the upcoming young generation?

They have a lot to look forward to, and every generation has its dog days and field days. The mantra is to not take anything for granted but watch the moonrise when you can and go with the flow.

  1. Geethanjali in one sentence.

A handful of song offerings to the Divine.

Thank you so much maam for honestly answering our questions. I wish you all the very best for your future works.

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Rutvi Patel shares her poetry- Tere Ishq Ka Paigam

Tere ishq ka paigam inayat se mila hai muje…

Khawabida parindo ko mujse be-intehan ishq ho gaya hai shayad…!!

Badi nazakat se tanhayian bhi apna rukh badalti ja rahi hai…

Aaj phir koi phool tere mere milne ki dastan bade hi noor se kisi taare ko suna rahi hai shayad…!!

Tu inayat hai mere liye… Us khuda ko apne bigde bacche se behad mohhobat ho gayi hai shayad…!!

Tu ruhaniyat sa lagta hai muje… Sukoon ko tu shidaat se raas aa gaya hai shayad…!!

Tuje har duva me shamil karna riwayat sa ho gaya hai…

Ab zindagi ko suljane ke liye tujse ulazna lazmi sa ho gaya hai shayad…!!

Tere ishq ka paigam inayat se mila hai muje…

Khawabida parindo ko mujse be-intehan ishq ho gaya hai shayad…!!

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Book interview with writer Joginder Rohilla

Today, we have on board Joginder Rohilla with us. Let us talk about his book and the journey.

  1. Can you please introduce yourself to the world of literature?

Reader, writer, traveler, a change maker, a seeker and an IT professional!

  1. Joginder at his book reading event.

    When did you start writing?

I started writing poems and short stories in college and later on came up with the idea to write a novel.

  1. When you published first?

I got published first in 2014 with @Dreams.

  1. Describe Joginder in day to day life?

Read, write, work, happy and content, family!

  1. What are your hobbies apart from writing?

Reading, writing, making a difference, traveling and photography

  1. Tell us more about your book?

@Dreams is a journey of three youngsters about finding ways to achieve their dreams in college. It’s a story of love, laughter, friendship, struggle, inspiration and lifelong learning. It unfolds the maze of life through learning therapy to transform life in the direction of dreams.

  1. How do you manage your writing time?

I write whenever writing muse strikes me. There isn’t any particular time. I write whenever I want to!

  1. Your favorite writer and why?

Paulo and Herman Hesse – both are unique in their own aspects. Their literature is life changing and helping readers to have a better perspective towards life.

  1. What are your upcoming projects?

I am working on a poetry and short story book. Starting up a publishing house is also in the pipeline and sooner or later will be a reality soon.

  1. Any tips to the upcoming young generation.

Strive hard for your dreams and make world a better place for all.

  1. Joginder in one sentence.

Dreamer, learner and leader!

  1. Do you have any message for the budding writers?

Keep writing. The universe needs your words.

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All the best Joginder and wish you a successful future ahead.

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Book Interview with writer Kshama Rao

Hello friends, today we have author Kshama Rao on board. Let us talk about her books and life.

Can you please introduce yourself to the world of literature?

Hi. I am author Kshama Rao. I am a Manglorean born, brought up in Africa. Currently, I am residing in Navi Mumbai. I was in Africa for eight years in my childhood. I did my post-graduation in science from Bangalore University. Apart from being an author, I write for Reporther newspaper and got the writer award for the same. I have written more than 500 articles and published in different websites which has readers all over the world. Earlier, I have worked as a teacher. My book is already in the market and I am proud to say that my book ‘Homemade facials, masques and beauty tips’ is sold at world’s largest book retailer ‘Barnes and Noble’. I have written two books ‘Homemade facials, masques and beauty tips’ and ‘DIY cosmetics and cleaners’. Soon expecting my third book to be published.

I had also recently directed two social activities (street play or nukkad natak) ‘Jal hi jeevan hai’ and ‘Ek kadam swatchath ke aur’ with a message to save water and keep the city clean in which ladies from 16 different societies had participated. I used to read story books and articles in magazines when I was a kid. Same interest turned into writing.

Kshama Rao

When did you start writing?

I started writing when my daughter grew up and she became a bit independent. I just didn’t want me to be trapped in laziness.

When you published first?

My first book got published in January 2017.

Describe Kshama in day to day life?

I can say, I am slow but steady like a tortoise. I enjoy peace of mind. I would describe myself as sweet and pleasant.

What are your hobbies apart from writing?

I am an art lover. I love to do sketches, portraits, watching good movies, listening to music, dance, conducting and participating in plays are all my hobbies. But it all depends on my mood. I also love to read magazines and short stories. I love cooking, fashion, etc.

Tell us more about your book?

Homemade facials, masques and beauty tips’ is all about beauty tips using natural ingredients from the kitchen. The second book ‘DIY cosmetics and cleaners’ is about preparing our own cosmetics and cleaners in the home. Commercial cosmetics and cleaners are full of toxins which cause many health problems in human beings like cancer, tumors and hormone imbalance.

For more information, read the book.

How do you manage your writing time?

I get time to write in between my general routines, household chores, exercise and shopping.

Kshama Rao

Your favorite writer and why?

I can consider Kannada writer Triveni as my favorite because her stores seem very natural. I don’t like unnatural things. I used to read her books as a kid with my grandma. I even used to enjoy books written by Saisuthe.

What are your upcoming projects?

Currently, I am writing the book ‘Natural remedies during pregnancy’ and expecting that it will be published soon.

Any tips to the upcoming young generation.

Be good. Try to be practical. Writing is a talent. Follow your heart and keep writing.

Kshama in one sentence.

A passionate writer.

Thank you Kshama for your interview and taking your time to answer. I wish your books are useful to many more million people in the world.

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