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Monday, May 28, 2018

Author Interview : Amitabh Pandey, author of ‘Love in Lutyens' Delhi' (Part 2)

In this part, which has been delayed with all credit to me, we go on with the Interview. Sorry for the delay. In this part of the Interview, Amitabh Pandey, author of 'Love in Lutyens' Delhi' tells us about his own experiences and how it was related to that was written, the most fulfilling part of writing the book, also advice to writers of today, the next book, he has planned along with his favourite authors, Folks...

Could you tell the readers about your experiences and how it was it related to what you wrote?

My generation saw a significant emergence of women as independent, professional persons, but also saw them constrained in many ways from fulfilling their personal and professional ambitions. 

The problem  continues and I feel it should be always in the public domain  to generate awareness and solutions.

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Any advice to writers that would like to be published today? How tough is it to be published?

Getting published is difficult. The way to go is to first find an agent who likes your work and then leave it to the agent to find a publisher.

What is the next book that you have planned?

My next book is one on Ecommerce-a business book, based on my professional experience. 

That will, I hope, be followed by a thriller which will be the third in what I call the Himalayan Series, the first two of which have already been published (Himalayan White and Himalayan Hazard).

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Who are your favourite authors and why?

That will be a long list! Some of my favourite thriller writers are Thomas Perry, Ross Thomas, James Lee Burke and Lee Child.

What else do you do on a daily basis?
I read a great deal, write a little, bake bread and occasionally cook dinner. 

You can Read the Review, here First part of the Interview here and Buy the Book right here, as well.

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