This blog used to be views on various things. But in all these years, I find it going a whole new direction.
Something which I have loved all the time. It's BOOKS!! So, presenting a whole new saga, of books and a little about them, whatever I can find, write, visualise and imagine...
Read up, the second part of Kavita Kane's Interview, with regard to 'Menaka's Choice'. In this, she tells us whether the storyline or characters took more precedence, what the most challenging part of writing the book
was, how much of the story was based on reasearch/imaginiation and also gives
us information on the next book, she has planned. She also tells us what
she's reading currently, among others,
do you think your book is different from everyone else’s?
Is it? I leave it to the
Between your storyline and your characters, which
I work around a known or familiar storyline bringing to
light characters often overlooked or buried in the huge narrative of the epics.
I prefer giving these characters a voice.
What was the
most challenging part of writing this book?
The last conversation between Vasishṭh and
Vishwamitra. Two intellectual giants interacting
without a verbal duel was quite a task!
How much of the story is based on and the research and how much is
ratio keeps changing.
As I said earlier there was nothing on Menaka but tonnes
on Vasishṭh , Vishwamitra and Indra by which an entire narrative could be
How do you
come up with the concepts and develop them?
That's the craft of writing!
What book is
coming from you, next? When do you see it released?
Am almost done with the next book. And yes, it's about an
extraordinary, highly misunderstood woman. It should be out by this December.