Tell us something about you and your book.
The plot is of great significance. From where did you get the idea of writing this book?
First, I collected different real stories from different people. It was all about abuses they went through and then I created ‘The grainy days in Madras’.
How was your journey with this book ???
Did you face any rejections for this book??
No, I self-published this book with the help of blue rose publishers. Because I had a fear of going with traditional publishing and it would take time.
I loved the character of Dev and Yara. Opposite but charming and composed in their ways. What are your favorite characters from the book?
What are the other things that you enjoy apart from reading and writing??
Oh, I love doodling so much!
What do you like to read more, as in what is your favorite genre, and what are your evergreen favorite books ??
Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with negative feedback?
Just now I started getting reviews. I’m reading each review twice or thrice to improve my writing. Everyone says ‘ This is enough for the first attempt but you need to improve more next’. Yes, negative feedback is also coming and it makes me sad at the same time it makes me want to improve more.
What do you want to say to your readers??
Read more books especially Indian books and support Indian authors.
Thankyou Janani for giving us your precious time. It was lovely to have you here and know more about you and your book.
We wish you all the best for your book and hope to read more from you in the future.
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