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    Subhrashis

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Subhrashis is a geologist holding double masters from IIT-Kharagpur and IIT-Bombay. Currently working as a team-leader in a multinational company, he has been involved in key hydrocarbon discoveries in India and abroad. Apart from several international and national publications, he has also published a book on Indian history. An established Toastmaster speaker, he is passionate about reading, blogging, geology, science, philosophy and history. He loves travelling to different parts of the globe with his wife and daughter.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? It started with my blog www.subhrashis.com. When I realised that I have a very small…

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    Swadesh Saxena

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! I’m Swadesh and I am a business strategy writer. What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I believe writing is best medium to change the world towards positivity.  Do you have any special writing habits? I write in early morning with cup of coffee.  When you write a new book, do you already have the whole story in mind or do you elaborate it along the way? I elaborate it on the way.I follow the schedule half day writing & half day research.  In your opinion what is the best book you have written? What’s your favourite book ever?…

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    T. E Kessler

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi, I’m T. E Kessler (the penname of Louise Wise), and I write sci-fi for over the 18+ readership. I wanted to explore the idea of aliens arriving on earth without us humans knowing so imagine the concept of thinking that our neighbours, who are a little odd (or in the case from the books, downright dangerous!), are aliens. I changed my author name to T. E Kessler because my new range of books are tailored for adults, unlike those written under Louise Wise, where most ages can enjoy them.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I’ve always…

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    Tarrah Anders

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Hi, I’m Tarrah. I live in Sunny San Diego with my family and wear many hats which include: Social Worker. Boss. Author. Wife. and Mother. What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I read a book that was written and researched horribly, so I thought ‘hey, let me give this a try.’ and the rest is history. I have always written, but before none of my stories were for the public.  Do you have any special writing habits? I get a new notebook for each book. The note book isn’t ever fully filled out because I forget about it.…

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    Smita Bhattacharya

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi. I’m Smita Bhattacharya, author of cosy and psychological mysteries, management consultant, coffee lover, gipsy-in-my-head, living in Mumbai for over 15 years, have travelled to over 40 countries, about 30 of them solo. Key life learning? You have everything, you are enough. What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I always liked reading and I used to create alternative endings to the books I would read. As I grew up, I realized, man, why not just make these ideas into books. But of course, I was lazy. Then again, three years ago I realized there were not too many…

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    Sohini Mahitra

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! I am Sohini Mahitra, a first time author | Mommy of two awesome Indian mix-breed doggies, they are my world | Reading is as quintessential for me as breathing – fiction & graphic novels rock my world | Love old school music | Almost funny, seriously | Content writer by profession  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I had promised my Grandpa that I’d write a book. Short stories enticed me a lot, I grew up reading short stories of Bernard Shaw, O Henry, Jeffrey Archer and the likes. So when the time came for me to write,…

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    Sophia Thorne

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! My name is Sophia Thorne, and I am an author and editor living in New York. I enjoy writing about complex, troubled heroines navigating difficult circumstances and the men who fall for them, and am at work on my debut romance duet–Desire and Social Distance, forthcoming in February 2021. My erotica collection, Five Erotic Frolics, is available for free on Kindle Unlimited. This is my pen name–under my real name I am the founding Editor-in-Chief of a popular literary horror magazine, and run a small book editing business. I am also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the forthcoming romance magazine Shimmer Noir.…

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    Stefany Rattles

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi! My name is Stefany, I write dark and spicy romance under my pen name MSLR and I also write YA paranormal romance as Stefany Rattles.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I’ve loved writing ever since I was 13 but after reading ya paranormal romance. I was really inspired to write my own stories and the rest is history.  Do you have any special writing habits? Reading before writing a new book and sometimes in between, keeps me motivated.  When you write a new book, do you already have the whole story in mind or do you…

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    Simon Lunn

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! Hi, I’m Simon Lunn, pleased to meet you. What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a love of books. I work full time in an infant school, hopefully passing on my love of books and writing to the next generation. Do you have any special writing habits? I sit with my laptop at the dining room table, with the TV on low in the background or quiet music playing. I can’t work in silence. I’ll have a diet coke and perhaps something naughty to nibble on. I’ve a very eclectic…

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    Shivranjana

    Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we?! I am a curious observer of life and I share those and my imaginations through the written word. My work is largely focused in the psychology of oppression and how it plays out at the micro and macro levels of life. I have written a book on the same using fiction to make it easier. Currently, I am also working in the space of education, sharing my learnings with and learning from people of all ages.  What prompted you to pursue a career as a writer? I knew at the age of 10 that I wanted to write. With time and experience,…