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Interview of Salil Desai | Author of The Inspector Saralkar Book Series

Author Salil Desai

Recently we got a chance to have a Q/A session with Salil Desai. He is the only contemporary Indian author who write police procedural in English. Inspector Saralkar series authored by him got critical and commercihal success. Quick links to reviews for Inspector Saralkar Series: Killing Ashish Karve The Murder of Sonia Raikkonen 3 and a Half Murders Salil is ... Read More »

Interview Of Olivier Lafont | Author of Warrior

Olivier Lafont - Signing Warrior For Readers At An Event

Olivier Lafont is a multi-talented person. In addition to AD films and theatre, he worked in some films as well. Recently we got a chance to read his book – Warrior, which we found a nicely written fantasy fiction. We found his understanding of various mythologies including Indian seems commendable, and he have good command on words as well; which ... Read More »

Interview of Maya Kavita | Author of TGT Murders Book Series

Author Maya Kavita

Recently we got a chance to interview Joan Weston, a talented writer who is better known by her pen name “Maya Kavita”. She lives in Toronto, Canada. We found her a humble person who have a clear vision in her mind. At one end she is very detailed when it comes to responding the question and at the same time ... Read More »

Interview of Vadhan | Author of Shatru – Kronikles – Book 1

Author Vadhan and Cover of Shatru Kronikles Book 1

Bommadevara Sai Chandravadhan aka Vadhan always loved writing. He started writing his first novel when he was 12! Incidentally it was fantasy fiction. Interestingly, he just finished the book a few months ago. Vadhan loves cricket, tennis, shuttle badminton, table tennis…and golf. He seems to be good at time management as he looks after his business (he is a lawyer ... Read More »

Vikas Swarup | Introduction to An Author

Writing is a calling that wasn’t always on the list of most recommended vocations, especially when the authors were at mercy of big publication houses. Poets had to have a “job-that-paid-bills”, and practice the writing in a corner of their study with a hope that some day their work will see the light of the day in form of a ... Read More »