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Author Highlight: Shivam Diwedi Discusses his Debut Novel ‘Two Girls’ and Stories from his Life

We are delighted to welcome a very promising novelist Shivam Diwedi for a brief Q & A session at our website about his recent Amazon Bestseller novel ‘Two Girls’.

In this Q & A session, he will be talking about his writing aspirations, inclination towards romance fiction, and his life at the Indian Air Force. Stay on...while we chat with him.

Welcome to our audience…Shivam. Here people are excited to know about your life at the service of the Indian Air Force. You can tell us in short?

Thank you so much for having me here. First of all Jai Hind to all. It was my dream to serve for nation; dream has come true in 2013. Somehow I feel every Indian want to serve for nation.  Life in Indian Air Force is full of adventure, air strike on Pakistan in 2019 is great example of this. I think it is not just a job it is lifestyle.

How do you manage your life and time between being a defence personal and as an author?

Life in Indian Air Force is very smooth; everyone gets sufficient time to work on their hobby. Sometimes it may difficult to spare time but people can manage on next day. As you know writing is my hobby. I took almost two years to complete my novel.

What inspired you to write this novel? Is it based on your life or some true events?

Good question? Actually I genuinely believe in love. I felt many of us is minimum one time heartbroken or working to improving their relationship. During travelling visited many places, met with various types of people I realized some common problems in relationship. You can say my love life inspired me to wrote this novel so that I could improve many others life. Yes it is based on all true events that’s why I mentioned each and every date.

How did your colleagues and seniors and friends and relatives react when you published this novel?

As usual, nothing special. Firstly they thought it is my personal love story so they were not much excited. But after reading they were totally lost in story. Thank god ultimately this story touched the many hearts.

What is your biggest aspiration and inspiration as an author?

My biggest aspiration behind this novel to motivate all youngsters to improve their relationship. To learn them how to differentiate love and lust. To suggest many parents that love and peace is more important than money, caste and all.

Do you think that publishing a book in India is tough?

No, I don’t think so. I suggest one thing to debut authors that they should focus on content only.

Are you planning to write any novel/book other than romance genre?

As of now I didn’t plan to write other than romance genre because I think romance is in my blood. I can’t predict about future.


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