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: My goal was to write a book of more than 60k words. I admit that I was not writing regularly. I would start writing on a paper instead of using typing machines as I believe the way you can write on paper can never be comapered with typing machines. In April it happened that one night I was not able to sleep. And at 3 am a thought struck my mind, and decided to write down the idea which eventually gets into a book. My main motive to write this book was to overcome the negative thoughts and bad impact of covid-19 rather than finding a means for finance or fame. Maybe I was lucky that I got to meet some people with some supernatural powers. I thought to mention some of them in this book that would ultimately draw the young generation towards fiction and fantasy. At the end of the book, I have tried to explain the bond of friendship and love which in being misunderstood by people now in current time. When I started writing, I already had a few boats and just wanted a river. So, I used my imagination and real-time experiences to create that river/storyline.

Criticspace Journals: What encourages you to become an Author?
Author: I think I was always born with a head full of stories and I – my first conscious memory is telling a story and loving a story and being involved in a story. The best way to express your feelings is to portray them on paper. My writings includes fiction and fantasy as imagining things and then portraying them on paper is not only fun, it gives me the liberty to make my own kingdoms. Creating fictional lands and characters is the only job that encourages me to write. Through writing, we can do alot more it gives us the power to speak without actually speaking, so one book can change the life of thousands.

Criticspace Journals: What are your favorite topics of writing? Please tell us something about your interest areas in the literature.
Author: I love writing thrill, drama and fiction. As we know, fiction does carry on its shoulders an additional responsibility of imagination. It needs to use real-time events and scientific facts as the launch-pad to catapult itself into the realm of fantasy. While doing this, it shouldn’t, even for a moment, take its eyes off its audience. They should stay ‘logically’ connected to its bizarre figment of imagination and derive loads of vicarious excitement from its outlandish sequence of events. So, fiction and fantasy are the genres which I like the most.

Criticspace Journals: We were hoping you could tell us about some of those writers who had inspired you and whom you follow!
Author: Yes. I enjoy reading Jr r Tolkien and Oscar Wilde. I deliberately stayed away from reading fantasy while writing my series. I have read only Tolkien. But of course, he is the greatest.

Criticspace Journals: The titles seem different and catchy; how you decided it? Please let us know the story behind it.
Author: The title is mainly focused on the main character of the book, Orion. The book is about a journey of Orion’s life with all the twists and turns that come and go during his adventure. I have tried to portray that journey with one character and how his life changes when he decides to do something out of the box and how he deals with the life when he faces every pounce of repercussion of his actions. For the interest of readers, i’ve added an element if superpower because whenever Orion loses his emotions, he found himself into his golden avatar which is powerful and attractive.

Criticspace Journals: What are your achievements so far? Tell us something about your writing career.
Author: This is my debut book and i haven’t achieved alot yet but Too many people seek some overwhelming notice and kudos, or are proud of winning awards, or making tons of money. These things are nice, but for me the real accomplishment, as an author, is just to write and finish a book and have a well-written piece available to the world, to read.

Criticspace Journals: What is your current goal in writing a career? How do you see your future in writing?
Author: The goal of my writing career is to get more perfection in my writing. I simply believe, the more you read and write, the better you become at writing. Being an adequate writer demonstrates that you are educated, logical, and detail oriented. Future is something that we can’t predict, i must say we should try to make ourselves good in present not only as an author but as a good human being.

Criticspace Journals: Are there any other books being worked by you? Please let us know about your future projects.
Author: I have written some more short stories and will publish another collection of short stories in early 2021. The novel I am working on will take much longer and it is the second book of the ‘The Golden Orion’ series. Another novel which is to ready to get published is ‘Brothers’. It is totally different from ‘The Golden Orion’. Unfortunately, I will not be able to share much light on its plot but I can assure you that it has got all possible elements of a thriller that will leave the readers longing for more.

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: I would like to reinforce that the Indian writing in English has considerably changed

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