1. Tell me about your book, LUSTFUL, and where you got your inspiration for it?
This is a short story. After reading some great e-books, my mind was forced to deliver this lust story.
2. Which do you use more often, dictionary or thesaurus?
I used to google whenever I need.
3. Mountains or the beach?
Mountain gives calmness and beach gives vibes. So, I prefer small islands like Andaman where I can enjoy both.
4. What is your best childhood memory?
Without attending school, going for cricket matches. And that day, when I had stolen 500 rupees from my father’s pocket for purchasing a bat and he hit a Six on by back.
5. If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?
I would prefer to go Himalaya again and again. If monks can chant so good there, why not I. Better to feel the beauty of nature, where life stands still.
6. What was your most defining moment in life?
When blood cancer was detected in my body and everybody ditched me for a while. Only my wife’s strength has given a new life to me.
7. What feels like love to you?
I am straight forward. You may fall in love with me for my Positive NO approach.
8. If you had to choose to live without one of your five senses, which would you give up and why?
I would forgive taste. Because, not only I can see, smell, hear, feel, but also I can eat anything. Spicy and Sweet will be same for me.
9. In what ways do you hold yourself back?
Forgiving my past. That’s the only thing I can do.
10. What motivates you to succeed as a writer?
Reading, reading and only reading. Be a good reader first. Writing skill will follow you. That’s what I believe.
11. What is the toughest criticism given to you as an author?
Because of my book titles, Nisha Aunty, My Wife, KISS – Keep It Short and Sexy, these names really hammered me, in fact polished me.
12. Anything you would like to say to your readers and fans?
Keep reading. Only If you will read we will survive. No other marketing gimmick can help us.
13. Do you have a day job in addition to being a writer? If so, what do you do during the day?
Yes. I am a Banker in India.
PADHI: A survivor, who loves reading and feels to share his fantasy to book lovers. After a load of Bank work, every evening he relaxes his heart and brain by the help of his kindle.
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