A Writer Raccoon Interview with Aashish Gupta ~ Author of “Demons in my Mind”

“Criminal Psychology” as a genre has hardly been explored in Indian literature. When I tried to understand from Aashish Gupta about why he chose such a subject for his debut book (for which, in my opinion, Indian literary markets are not yet quite ready), Aashish had a simple answer in his introduction. He had glimpses… Continue reading A Writer Raccoon Interview with Aashish Gupta ~ Author of “Demons in my Mind”

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A Writer Raccoon Interview with Khushnuma Daruwala ~ The author of 50 Cups of Coffee

  She believes in live and let live; exhibits low tolerance towards both low tolerance and chauvinism. She writes, reads, loves animals, loves food and is an ardent advocate of conservation. She has worked 16+ years of her life majorly in advertising and for the last 6 years has been planning strategies in the day… Continue reading A Writer Raccoon Interview with Khushnuma Daruwala ~ The author of 50 Cups of Coffee

A Writer Raccoon Interview with Faiqa Mansab ~ The author of This House of Clay and Water

“Nobody thinks of protecting others from themselves. It's the people who claim concern and love who damage us the most.” ~ This House of Clay and Water Faiqa Mansab’s debut novel spoke volumes with her readers. Through her story, spanning the lives of three individuals, trying to break the moulds that society created for them,… Continue reading A Writer Raccoon Interview with Faiqa Mansab ~ The author of This House of Clay and Water

A Writer Raccoon Interview with Archana Sarat ~ The author of Birds of Prey

A writer, a reader, a painter, a teacher – she loves to listen to words, play with them, decipher the magic behind song lyrics, keenly go through the screenplays of movies she loves and these words make their way through her mind, not just on paper through novels and articles but also through doodles and… Continue reading A Writer Raccoon Interview with Archana Sarat ~ The author of Birds of Prey