I am an engineering graduate currently working in Writers Rescue Centre in Hyderabad, if I would have to describe myself in one word I would say I am very much optimistic.
2. What was one of your most defining moment of life?
Getting my book Mystical Emotions published was the life changing moment for me.
3. Have you always known that you wanted to be a writer? What inspired your debut?
I would say I never expected myself to be a writer one day, I was interested in story telling but never thought of writing a book. I was inspired by my own experiences and emotions which made me feel and connect more through poetries.
Its a poetry book named Mystical Emotions, it is basically a compliation of poems on different emotions which we feel and surroundings in which we grow. I am sure everyone will connect to atleast one of the poetries in the book.
I have penned down my whole life in it, so I would say I have been researching for it whole my life unintentionally, it has my past and present in the form of poetries.
6.What is the most difficult part of your artistic process that has challenged you?
Avoiding repetition and writing something unique in every poetry was the most challenging task for me.
7. Who are some authors in your genre that inspires you?.
I was really inspired by Dr. Nikhil Chandwani and his poetries which reflect every one of us in an amazing way.
8. Take us through your experiences as an author.
It has been a life changer, it gave me recognistion and made me stand apart from the crowd and made me feel proud of something which is completely my own creation.
9. How do you see writing?. As a hobby or passion.
For me it is more of an hobby because I have a lot to learn and a lot of new experiences awaits, for me to grow as an individual.
10.What is your strongest potential quality?
Patience, I can wait and wait for good things to happen without getting panicking real soom.
11. What is your writing style. How different is it from others?
It is very raw, I do not care to rhyme my poetries because then it adulterates the flow of emotions.
12. What does literary success looks like to you?
It makes a person more intellectual and grounded, it made me respect the little things which mostly go unnoticed like a call from my mother everynight asking did I had my dinner?
13. You have been conferred with a title for the most expressive poet. How do you feel about it?
It feels unreal and unexpected but somehow things fell in place, it makes me feel satisfied seeing the end result in my favour.
14. What projects are you currently working on?
I am currently writing my next book as well as handling Hyderabad office of Writers Rescue Centre.
15.Finally, if you could pass on a single piece of advice to authors out there reading this interview, what would it be.
Be real, keep it natural because what you feel is unique and cannot be the same as some other author or poet.