Author Interviews

  • Featured Interview
    Author Interview with Saurabh Gupta
    Saurabh Gupta is currently based out of Bangalore and originally hails from Lucknow, UP. He is the General manager of Data Science at Michelin. Prior to this, he was the Senior Manager of Data & Analytics at GE and has had stints at Oracle, ABB and Atos.

    His core expertise lies in building AI organizations and engaging with CXO leadership to drive data analytics transformation.
    He holds masters from BITS Pilani and management from Harvard Business School.

    He’s authored three bestseller books on technical subjects like Big data lake and Oracle advanced programming.
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    I have a pleasant, thoughtful, and conscientious personality. I love to take stands whenever necessary, which enables me to strike balance between working hard and playing hard. Though my friends and family often notice my reflective attitude, I am a firm believer of the fact that simplicity is often hard to achieve and is the ultimate sophistication.
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  • Author Interview with Durga Raghavi T
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    Hii!! Myself Durga Raghavi Tripurasetty, studied Civil Engineering from Andhra University, Visakhapatnam,India. Though I pursued civil engineering, my passion was always towards environment, children and sustainability. I won many major scholarships during her studies from childhood. I had worked in various firms and consultancies and she gave up the jobs to work towards her passion. Received Best Student Award by Chief Minister of AP, She was awarded by reputed organisations like Microsoft, UN, UNEP, UNICEF, UNESCO for my contribution towards children and environmental education. I received certifications like United States Green Building Council(USGBC) Green Class Professional, Certified Interior Designer, Certified Vaastu expert, 200-RYT Yoga professional by Yoga alliance, USA, Prenatal yoga expert, Certified Nutritionist, Aromatherapist, many more..
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    Mother Nature gives us everything without any selfish greedy nature. What we give in return is nothing!! Instead damaging her with serious issues. We already created so much damage... The damaging change in the society, I saw from childhood to present..inspired me to find a solution. There is constant force used to drive me in my heart to create some change in my society and to help others their eco-friendly lifestyles so that we as force can help Mother Nature. Coming to writing the book, I used to observe the waste on the road that is dumped by people, in homes, on street sides, landfills..and animals grazing waste from them and always used to feel what is happening to the people, nature. I saw many people working in landfills to segregate the waste are facing dangerous health issues which they couldn’t afford to treat. This is all due to lack of awareness in the society. Ya, the alternative solutions are being implemented in every industry to protect the nature..but change has to come in us. So this gave me an idea to comeup with the knowledge I have and formulate as a book. So, my books 'Think and go Green' and 'The Eco-Quote Book' happened. 'Think and Go Green' mainly focusses on the way to buildup greener lifestyles and much more while 'The Eco-Quote Book' on the powerful quotes by different persons that are related to present issues we have in the environment which tend to inspire us in many ways..
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  • Author Interview with Natasha Nesic
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    Goodness, it's always interesting to answer this outside of a dating profile. Odd, for one. Inquisitive, for another. The rest is in constant flux and exploration-- who isn't, these days?-- but with the grounding purposes of figuring out how everything still ties into my ultimate passion, which is personal fitness.
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    I wrote the Miracle on 98th Street, which is a memoir of living through some very interesting years with a very interesting individual on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. A lot of it reads like an impossible fairy tale or spiritual journey, but I really tried to ensure that everything was written the way it happened-- which, I suspect, is why it seems so outrageous. True stories are often the hardest to comprehend. But at the very least, I hope readers get a laugh out of them.
  • Author Interview with Carryn W Kerr
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    Like my aging father, I'm a bit of an oddball with a kind heart (at least that describes my father and, according to my friends, me).
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    After three years of hard work, my debut is finally out on pre-order. I am currently writing the sequel as well as marketing the first to an insane degree. Stories have been a part of my life since I was tiny. As an introvert, they lived in my mind until...One day....
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  • Author Interview with Niladri Mitra
    Q. How would you describe yourself?
    An introvert and a thinker who loves to observe the complexities of human behavior and describe it as accurately as possible through his writing.
    Q. Tell us something about the books that you have written and the story behind them.
    I have written three books so far - two novels and a poetry collection - though I also have a novella which wasn't properly released. My first book- Autumn Leaves- is a drama about three friends and the different paths they go in life and how they reunite for an evening. "Letters Of Nine" my second novel was about a serial killer who starts sending letters to a struggling writer chronicling her life. I got drawn to the idea of it because I really wanted to tell the story from the killer's point of view instead of that of an investigating officer or someone of that sort as is usually the case with these kind of stories. It's deeply psychological and explores the complexities of the two main characters and the mental journey they go through. My third book "Songs Of Dusk" released last year through Amazon and it's a collection of fifty two poems that talks about a wide range of subjects from love to heartbreak to social and environmental issues. I have been writing poetry for a long time now, it was the first form of writing I indulged myself in as a kid, and it just felt like the right time to compile some of my works and release them as a book.
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