Randhir Kaur, author of The Chord

Writing was the only way to lift myself from the negativity I was facing. It happened suddenly, but a voice forced me to pen down the real emotions…

When did you consider yourself a writer?

When I had my debut book Joe Blow on my bookshelf and when people were genuinely reviewing my work.

What is the most important thing that people DON’T know about your subject/genre that they need to know?

Whatever I write is not always my story. Sometimes, my protagonists are imaginary, most of the time a mythomania, and some times the truth.

Who or what inspires your writing?

Knowing people inspires me to write more. People are such a motley and experiencing them leads me to another level.

Are there any new author’s that have grasped your interest?

Nikita Gill, Megha Rao, Jaspreet Kaur, Kiana Azizian, Bridget Devoue.

What is one great lesson you have learned as a writer?

All the great writers have taught me to be selfless in storytelling. I think I am learning to be forgiving and understanding as well. Most importantly, I am learning to be truthful and real.

What is your next project?

A book of Hindi couplets.

If you could not be an author, what would your ideal career be?

I would definitely be a teacher, which I had already been into before writing.

Tell us something unique about you.

I am different. I am Aquarius. I am creative and a good listener.  A healer.
No more approbations now. (haha)

How can readers learn more about you and your work?

Website | Blog | Goodreads | Amazon Author Page | Smashwords | The Chord | Joe Blow

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