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: First of all, I heartily want to thank Criticspace Journals for the honour and the publisher too. I believe that every walk of my readers through my book will make their ways so clear that they can’t stop themselves going into it more and more. This book ‘Love Needs Vision’ is composed in order to develop the understanding for a better life through the language of love. I too have tasted both joy and sorrow as all do. And to be honest, due to my habit of looking at the bright side of life, most of the parts fall in my lap as joy. It could be possible only because of looking the moments as they’re, by being steady to observe things and incidents. This book has helped me to make my life better than before. And only with this hope, I’m presenting it before my readers deserving the best.


Criticspace Journals: What encourages you to become an Author?

Author: Humanity and it’s the greatest of all love. Writing is not about filling the pages but making our relationship with ourselves stronger and stronger day by day. Being a writer, I get a beautiful chance to look myself to the core. Personally, It’s transforming me day by day as a true freind. I know that I alone can’t remove the darkness from someone’s life but I surely can add some light to it.


 Criticspace Journals: What are your favorite topics of writing? Please tell us something about your interest areas in the literature.

Author: I’m still unable to categorize the literature as the emotions are all equally heartfelt. But in my writing career, I like the part of togetherness mostly. I feel very careful while dealing with the natural emotions. In the areas of the literature, I’m highly interested in poetry and short stories as they make me comfortable to make my readers feel me.


Criticspace Journals: We were hoping you could tell us about some of those writers who had inspired you and whom you follow!

Author: At first, all the writers are equally worthy. All of them are the boxes of wonders and those who unlock the boxes make them their favourite. Among all writers, I love to read Pablo Neruda, John Keats, Rabindranath Tagore and so on. They suit me anytime. And personally, I try to read whatever comes in my hands irrespective of the authors. Even among my favorite ones, the thoughts of Rabindranath Tagore feel me more mine.


Criticspace Journals: The titles seem different and catchy; how you decided it? Please let us know the story behind it.

Author: I thank you all for praising the title. Yes, it’s little different. Actually, the reason behind it is that we want to be happy but don’t want to love others truly that saddens some the people. To spread the light of love, I’m here with this new book of mine. Through it, I want to enlighten the soul of my readers to look themselves first with a touch of understanding. This will help them to get rid of hatred, loneliness and so on. They’ll start learning how to be happy by looking with a positive view.


Criticspace Journals: What are your achievements so far? Tell us something about your writing career.

Author: I’m already a published author of ‘Let The Feelings Become Known’ and the writer at the reputed Your Quote platform. I’ve also given  interviews on the online sites and got many good reviews. I’m already interviewed by the professionals of Criticspace with outstanding result. My writing career started when I was doing my matriculation. What happened was, I was reading a sonnet of Shakespeare. While reading it, I thought how deep he used to feel that he could write authentic poems. This gave rise to my inner chemicals to write at least one poem. I wrote and my reaction is still speechless. It’s said that you can’t know the reason of everything. The same had happened to me. From then to now, I don’t know any reason of writing. Simply, what touches me to the core becomes my part. And I want it forever alike.


Criticspace Journals: What is your current goal in writing a career? How do you see your future in writing?

Author: I never have any goal in writing and so it’s my ultimate goal. But I’ve an expectation to make my writings reach to every person. The future is uncertain but as much as I know I can’t leave it in any situation because then I can’t help my choking breaths.


 Criticspace Journals: Are there any other books being worked by you? Please let us know about your future projects.

Author: Yes, I’m busy in writing my next book. But I’m not sure now how the things will go and end in the future.


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: It’s true that the writing style changes with the time. New writers bring new ways to represent the things. The Indian writing in the 21st century has a major change. It has changed its forms and plots. It has moved more towards the personal writing. In today’s time, it has become more about gaining fame that leads to chaos. What the matter of concern is that it mostly revolves around one topic. There are still some writers who have kept the true beauty of writing. But with my dismay, I’m compelled to say that it has not remained the subject to the soul totally.


Criticspace Journals: How easy/ difficult it was for you to publish your book? What message would you like to give to budding authors?
Author: The publishing of any book is really the matter of patience. But Evincepub Publishing House has much concern about it. It has made my publishing journey comfortable and easy. From the beginning to the end, the staffs remained responsive and careful. I’m happy with my decision to select it. My one and only message to all the budding authors is that writing is the voice of the soul and so, it deserves to be heared forever irrespective of any clamour.








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