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  This young woman with a haversack - she doesn’t say where she is from or why she is in our city, except that she is a traveler. I first chanced upon her alighting at Pune Railway Station from the Goa Express last weekend. Since then I have seen her at the city’s leisurely cafeterias - lost in a book or writing intensely in her little brown diary. Her name is Kabita and last evening, along with large servings of sponge cake, bun maska and tea at the ...
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    Pune-based writer Sushant Dharwadkar, landed in Mumbai five years back to earn his bread and butter from advertising. He started writing stories when his office had less work and lot of free time. His story Farming on Facebook features in the short story collection Labyrinth. Here is our interview with him.     Thank you for the interview with BookChums, Sushant. How did the theme for Farming on Facebook emerge? Two things that an author wan...
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  Jeevan Verma is a freelance writer whose hilarious story 'Mortified' features in the recently released litizen.com short story collection Labyrinth. Jeevan has been writing since his childhood and is inspired by anything unusual, including people, hobbies and places.Here is our interview with him.   Thank you for the interview. How long did you take to write ‘Mortified’? How did the theme for this story emerge? Actually two days. I am quite ...
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Hatef Mokhtar is the author of The Red Wrath, a book that is a reflection of the changing and volatile political climate of Afghanistan since the 1970s. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, the writer and activist discusses the title and essence of the book, its genres, its audience, and the relevance of storytelling.   Thank you for the interview with Book Chums. Is the story of Asif in “The Red Wrath” an autobiographical account? Firs...
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Bloggers share a part of their lives with you. After having followed a few bloggers for months at length, I have known people, got acquainted with their interests, passions and quirkiness. So after following Bishwanath Ghosh’s blog for a year now, I was delighted to do this interview. His blog posts had already told me that he loved poetry, Bollywood and old movie songs. Plus, his blog had these lovely, sometimes naughty short stories and travel stories that gave...
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                            This week, BookChums chatted with debutant novelist Sandeep Das the author of Yours Sarcastically. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, he discusses his first book, what prompted him to write it and its take on corporate India. Yours Sarcastically is the journey of an MBA graduate in his twenties from a top Indian B-school and his 'coming-of-age' tale ...
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                                            Mainak Dhar is a novelist and short-story writer who has written stories across versatile genres from sci-fi and apocalyptic to world peace. He has written The Martyr (short story from Labyrinth Short Stories) which was inspired by  the child soldiers of the Iran-Iraq war. Set against the ba...
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                                    Rishabh Chaturvedi dabbles in versatile interests. A chartered accountant by profession, with several years of work experience with KPMG, he is also a writer and co-founder of midshelf.com and the creator of the Mumbai Writers Group and Litizen.com. In this exclusive interview with BookChums, he discusses his interests, his sto...
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  We participated in a live chat with Ashwin Sanghi of The Rozabal Line, Chanakya’s Chant and The Krishna Key. Here are the excerpts from the chat with the author of two bestsellers… Any genre that you think you will never write? Why? (Asked by: BookChums) I can't see myself writing romance, horror, or sci-fi. I think that my sensibilities as a writer have been shaped by the sort of books that I was interested in reading. These genres were ...
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  Virender Kapoor is  a management practitioner, thinker and most significantly a writer of bestselling management books on motivation, emotional intelligence, leadership and self help. These books have been translated into several regional laguages too. Kapoor had previously headed a management institute for Symbiosis. He later started MILE - Management Institute for Leadership and Excellence, at Pune. Here is our interview with Kapoor:   Thank you f...
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