Interview with Nishtha Shrivastava
Hello friends many of you like to read authors, who write contemporary friction and traditional theme. So I have done an interview with Ms. Nishtha Shrivastava who write in this style.
Now, to know about book Rakshabandhan The fading bond of faith is the story of Nisha, who support her rather when their parents get separated. Nisha, along with her Mother & little brother shift to Allahabad with her grandmother.
Let’s Start interview with Nisha author
1) When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
So, I was during my college days, I was searching through the do’s of my life. My friends commented me for my creativity and writing skill. Also when I realized that I could convey the best in written from rather than verbally.
2)When do you get your information or ideas for your books?
I take every story from the lives around me. I really feel good, and that stories around us are enormous ,we just need to open our eyes and feel it, we get many ideas, happiness.
3)What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?
I, think the most surprising thing that I learnt in creating my books was the writing world need to be virtual Show, as in stories should be so touching that people can illustrate the story while reading. This looked real surprising to me initially and finally when I wrote I realized that it comes from within.
4)Do You hear from your readers Much? What kind of things do they say?
I would say I am quite lucky to hear from my readers. The best part is they connect, it from their lives they share me their experiences and their feel about the story. I like it when they share their tales & I hear them all roaming around my story. That’s indeed a blessing as well as appreciations.
5)when did you write your first book and how lond does it take you to write a book? Do you believe in writers block?
I wrote the raw material years back, But come up with it in exactly 7 months , and also our timeline will depend on the length and years of our books as well as day-to-day writing routing.
I love writers block as it is a collaborative community, It just another name for a numbers of things , and I really like it.
6)What do you think make a good story?
A good story is about something the audience decides is interesting or important, TO inspiration from all our real life instance .They all are stories and when we write them the life in them gets even more spark.
7) Do you have any suggestion to help me become a better writer? if so what are they?
Don’t worry how it will go, don’t bother for result. This is not profession but a passion, give your best, go ahead and put all you have in you, success will come.
8) What was the hardest scene to write?
The hardest scene to write for me are those scenes that are dark and I have experienced. It gets hard to be limited when you reframe it.
9)Do you have any writing buddies?
A lot actually, I am blessed to bind a lot people now and also it is easy to get tips in writing.
Rakshabandhan- A must read
Very interesting and emerging story which is beautifully penned. Author has created the story in a way that
keeps the reader engaged in each chapter and
keeps the curiosity alive to know what next.
DO read: https://www.sharingstories.in/books/rakshabandhan-the-fading-bonds-of-faith-book-by-author-nishtha-shrivastava/