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Fiza Pathan: “If it were not for my social networking and my blogs, many of my readers wouldn’t be reading my books”
Her sixth book ‘Nirmala: The Mud Blossom’ will be a novel about the atrocities faced by the women of her country, India
My third book titled ‘Classics: Why We Should Encourage Children To Read Them’ has been the most requested and the bestselling book.
My fourth book ‘So This Is love’ is a sort of balm to the soul of a broken hearted lover.
Poetry writing is definitely more complicated for me to write.
My books are now available in all Amazon stores and major online bookstores.
The first Indian fiction book I read was Saratchandra’s ‘Devdas’ which I read in my national language ‘Hindi’.
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By: Alberto Berenguer Twitter: @tukoberenguer
When did you decide to share your thoughts with everybody through writing? Since high school and ever since I read ‘Emily of New Moon’ by L.M.Montgomery, I’ve been interested in sharing my thoughts with others through the medium of the written word. However, I wrote my first book in 2009 when I was in my last year of college. The book got published in 2012 and since then there has been no looking back. It has been an amazing experience to be a writer/poet/blogger. Your first fiction book was S.O.S. Animals and other stories, an excellent book for children. Classics: Why we should encourage children to read them is also one of your recent books. Are children your highest priority like readers? Although I have written three books for children, I wouldn’t say that children are my highest priority as readers. I write a good deal of other fiction and articles which do not really make children as my prime readers. I don’t fit in a niche──I like to explore. That is why my last two published works are for a mature audience, though I enjoy writing children’s books. I would like to be known as an author who writes for children from ages 5 to 95. In addition, your novels and short stories are included in almost all genres, Religious writings being your forte. Why do you always reflect religious topics? Being a devout Roman Catholic as well as being a Theosophist has really made me a writer of religious parables and stories. Religious writing gives me a sense of peace and I feel more fulfilled writing religious literature than any other kind of literature. Also, religion was the first genre in which I discovered myself as a real writer back when I sent my first article to the Catholic weekly ‘The Examiner’ in 2008. I also wrote articles and religious parables in another Catholic magazine called ‘Vision and Venture’ when I was still in college. Religious themes and topics come easily to me because I am very much engrained in my faith. Lee el resto de esta entrada