Its pleasure to introduce Mr. Devi Raghuvanshi, author of upcoming eleventh book “The Woman of Substance: RUKHSAAR“.
Lets see what Shri Raghu wishes to share to his beloved readers.
Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I am a graduate Engineer and my forte was air conditioning and refrigeration. After working in hotels , real estate developers and multi-national companies for 40 years as MEP HEAD, ENTERED INTO WRITING . i am presently settled in Mumbai.
When did you first start writing, what made you feel the need to
express yourself in this way?
After this engineering tenure , i started exploring myself as what else i could do apart from a 9 to 5 job. The first option came to mind was writing then to join some NGO for social work then to singing so on so forth.I am religiously following first three. Actually i wrote a small blog on my feelings and experience of those nine days in the hospital for Angioplasty.
Do you have any particular audience in mind when you write ?
My books can absorb people from 18 years to 75 years.
Describe your working day?
Newspapers ,walk, watch news ,write at least 5 pages for my books, evening walk, watch TV with wife etc etc.. Saturdays and Sundays are full of entertainment, playing TT , Karaoke in our club GCC.
Do your take extra care while considering a book cover ?
Yes I do take extra care for my book cover because though it is said “ donʼt judge a book by its cover “ I think people still do take there first impression by the book cover.
Do you show your work in progress to anyone?
Yes, my wife peeps in sometimes and advises me critically.
What’s the best experience you’ve gained through your writing 10+ books?
I started thinking that after writing 13 books , 11 published , i should write on History or something for young generations.
What do you consider to be your best accomplishment?
My book MOHINI THE TIGRESS appears to be my good work.It’s a revenge story with a message that women will have to help them themselves by becoming strong and independent to face oppression.
Who is your most important source of inspiration?
I am a keen observer. I get inspired if i see anything unusual or worth noticing around me. I start writing.
What are you currently working on? What are you reading at present?
I am writing a religious history similar to what Amish writes. I am reading one of his book SCION OF IKSHVAKU which i missed earlier.I
Can you share with us the best way to reach you and where to learn
more about your books?
I am available on +919004603119
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Lastly I thank Shri Devi Raghuvanshi & Literoma Publishing house for his time and opportunity respectively.
Kiran K Adharapuram