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.

Meera: Thank you Criticspace Jounals, feeling Wow on my first interview and I am also thankful for the EVINCEPUB PUBLICATIONS for making my dream come true.

As a childhood all have dreams to achieve more and more in their life. But regarding to our passion it takes time for us to recognize, What our soul needs us to become in our future? But I am lucky to share my experience with you all, my parent’s never blocked me in the middle of my passion, all parent’s will encourage the job through which we earn more money. At first they haven’t thought that I would be publishing a book on my own, when I did that; finally they agreed and respected my choice of becoming a writer. Readers are the utmost friend who guides us, critise us to mould ourselves as a good startup in our writing part, daily I get a positive response from my readers, like tagging me their selfie picture with my book and showering their boost up comments in response, literally to say, enjoying myself and Happy to share my first book to my readers.


Criticspace Journals: What encourages you to become an Author?

Meera: This is my first book, before that I was working to write in an anthology books. I never ever had an experience How to startup with my writing career? Dr. Shashank Chetty and Konki Kamal Sharon gave me the energy boost up chances on exposing my talent on writing in their anthology book.Their words made me to write books on my own self.

Before all this could happen, ‘If I think something to write I just post my thoughts of writing as a quote in the Your Quote app, there the readers comments generally encouraged me to become a budding writer. Nothing stops us genrally, when we love that passion more than ourself.


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

Meera: In the writing part I don’t scope up with the only one favourite topics, when I was little may be at the age between 4 or 5, my father always buy some  English comic story books for me, in my train journey, I read and translate those English stories in Tamil and narrate those stories to my parents, sister and friends, when I did that they literally made a usual encouragement of myself. Then I realize to concentrate on more topics in all genres like fiction, non-fiction, romance, historical books, autobiographical books, women fiction, children novels etc. It becomes a habit on landing with different persepective to read and update more and more books in my life; like a vast journey of navigation of more books, for developing more approaches in my writing skill I took English literature as a tool to develop my vocabulary skill as well as my writing part.


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

Meera: Yes! with huge yes I am going to say that all person have their unique favourite person to whom they follow up. But When I read new books every writer inspires me, with their genres, all have unique style and passions over it. I generally don’t follow writers but I love those writers who make their ideas so simple that even a poor person can equally connect with his/her writings and have the same blissful feel like equal amount of sharing equal knowledge among all the readers.



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

Meera: Yeah! It is a catchy one; As ‘LOVE WITH RESPONSIBILITIES’

My parent’s are love married couples, so I have that impact and struggles of feelings of all lovers who encounter the problem when they readily forget their promises and responsibilities when they finally end up in marriage. And for modern world love has become a fashion on going on further in their life like making more choices, my book guides these people WHAT ACTUALLY LOVE IS MADE OFF? They should understand the seriousness on engaging themselves into a love life, if the resoponsibilities are strong enough, they can achieve lot of success without bothering anyone; but if not that false promise and responsibilities not only affect their relationship but their children’s life too, for this epic reason I choose this topic with this catchy term so that it could reach many people who are in love or who are not in love!

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

Meera: I achieved awards only in singing, drawing, enacting in my college days, but looking forword on achieving something in my life with my endurance hardwork, because hardwork pays the fruitful essence when we readily believe in ourself. Coming to the writing part, I already said I use to post quotes in YOUR QUOTE APP as MEERAANWAR QUOTES and worked as a co-author in an anthology publications.


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

Meera: I always think positively, whatever is essential to my readers and the societical part I would definitely like to do that part as a goal in my career for my readers and in my writings too.

Future is always an unpredictable part in every human life, I work honestly and whole heartedly from today so that my  future will be brightful when I lead my present correctly and efficiently.


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

Meera: Currently I am working on my second book soon it would be a blockbust selling I hope with confidence.

The Anthology books I worked so far are ‘THE BEAUTIFUL ECSTASY BY DR. S. SHASHANK CHETTY.



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?

Meera: Indian writing is growing day by day with enoromous thoughts that has been viewed in many part of the world they have created a great crown on literature part, the way they just write merely reflects their untold feelings, societical backgrounds with numerous overwhelming thoughts, I personally feel the time has been changing with their beacon light of showering reflection.


Criticspace Journals:How easy/ difficult it was for you to publish your book? What message would you like to give to budding authors?


Meera: Nothing is difficult in this world when you have that fire of confidence and hardwork within yourself suspicious attitute, wasting time on games, chats or someting else never make you a complete person; time is precious, it is considered to be golden or black, as per you give importance on good epic work it would be your studies your passion etc. Stay cool and spread positivity around yourself, Believe yourself, lead your path in such a way that no one could never ever dare to speak in front of you. Be a favourite collective choice in your work not only in writing but on the things you wish to become in your future. So, my budding writers be brave; believe yourself! It is the only mantra for every budding writers as well as all human beings.

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