Criticspace Journals: Welcome to Criticspace Journals, author. Congratulations on the release of your book. What responses are you getting from your readers? Please share your experience with this book.
Author: The response is pretty encouraging, I have been receiving lot of calls and messages from readers. Earlier I was skeptical about the response, but now I am confident and looking forward to write many more. Talking about the experience of the book it’s been wonderful journey till now but I think journey has just started.
Criticspace Journals: What encourages you to become an Author?
Author: I think sometimes it comes automatically within yourself also reading about people coming out of their comfort zone and following their dreams encouraged and inspired me to pursue my dream. I always feel better to show my feeling or emotions by writing rather than speaking.
Criticspace Journals: What are your favorite topics of writing? Please tell us something about your interest areas in the literature.
Author: Generally I like to write on topics which impacts our day to day lives. If you observe life of different human being, one faces different challenges, experiences etc. all these can be depicted through writing.
Criticspace Journals: We were hoping you could tell us about some of those writers who had inspired you and whom you follow!
Author: In my childhood, I read a book “Jeet Aapki” of Shiv Kheda, his writing and motivational speech inspired and encouraged me to write my own thoughts on paper. Apart from it I really like and follow the writing of Amish Tripathi.
Criticspace Journals: The titles seem different and catchy; how you decided it? Please let us know the story behind it.
Author: Aarya is the name of my daughter and idea to publish book came to my mind after she came into my life, she gives me hope and inspiration to live my dream. Also my poetries can be related to different aspects of one’s life or situation. Hence I thought “Aarya, Kavitayein Har Man ki” should be the title of my book.
Criticspace Journals: What are your achievements so far? Tell us something about your writing career.
Author: As you are reading my first book, this is an achievement in itself for me, rest my work will speak for itself. Talking about my writing career, I would like to take this forward and planning to write more and more in coming days not only Poetries but also storytelling.
Criticspace Journals: What is your current goal in writing a career? How do you see your future in writing?
Author: I am really looking forward to the response on my first book “Aarya – Kavitayein Har Man ki”. At the same time I am also working on my 2nd book. I am very optimistic and follow the mantra that if you start doing whatever your heart wants then you are on the right track.
Criticspace Journals: Are there any other books being worked by you? Please let us know about your future projects.
Author: Yes, currently I am writing poetries for my other book, also planning to write a book which will narrate the impact of Covid and struggle around it in our day to day lives.
Criticspace Journals: How you see Indian writing in the 21st century? What changes do you see in the modern way of writing? Do you feel it has been changed by the time?
Author: With time everything changes, you have to observe, understand and adapt the current generation and write in a subject or language with which they can connect easily. Surely it changes with time because Writers thought reflects that generation life style, struggles, likes, dislikes, etc.
Criticspace Journals: How easy/ difficult it was for you to publish your book? What message would you like to give to budding authors?
Author: Initially it was really difficult for me to think that I could publish my book ever. But once you are confident enough that this is what you are going to do, many hands will come to help you. Evincepub is one of them, I am really thankful to them for their support without which it wouldn’t be possible to pursue my dream. In the end I would like to tell all budding authors that “Problems are Opportunities” and “Opportunirtes are rare so please don’t let it go easily”.