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Interview with Priyanka Bansal, Author of the Book “Rubroo”

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“Not everything you feel personally should be written to be read.” – Priyanka Bansal

All of us are writers, some mere diary writers whereas others who're truly born with essentially the most artistic minds.
Can you think about a world without our writers, authors, composers poets? What if we didn't ever get to learn poems, the proses which have contributed to a lot in making our childhood days essentially the most stunning ones.
Let's come forth to get extra insights from the lifetime of some phenomenal writers. What conjures up them and the way did they change into one is one thing we at all times surprise. One such author, writer, and composer is Priyanka Bansal, Author of Rubroo.
Time to get inspiration from solutions to a couple questions answered by an eminent author, that we've at all times been questioning about-
Q1. Tell us about yourself.
Basically, I am a computer professional, I have done MCA. Writing happened by chance. As a keen observer, I used to pen down whatever I felt deeply or saw something that touched my heart.
Q2. How did publishing your first book changed your process of writing?
First book is always special. Although it was a co authored book of 4 people, still it gave me a lot of recognition. Now I am an author of 5 books.
Q3. If you could tell your younger self, anything, what would it be?
Not everything you feel personally should be written to be read.
Q4. What does literary success look like to you?
Success to me is only 5 books old.
Q5. Does your family support your career as a writer?
Yes, they do. But it is not my career choice. My career choice is screenplay writing and graphology. A few movies are on YouTube and a few scripts are with producers.
Q6. What one thing would you give up to become a better writer?
Writing is not my bread and butter; it is my passion. At any point of time in life if I feel life is getting disturbed because of writing, I will make it optional.
Q7. Who’s your Inspiration in the literary field?
I don’t read much so no one in particular. I feel life is your best teacher.
Q8. What kind of research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before beginning a book?
Writing does not require research. It requires observation and empathy. It requires connect with the readers. Unless your lines makes a reader smile or cry, nothing is worth.
Q9. What’s the turning point of your life when you realize you want to be an author?
Before I entered into publishing, I used to write into a diary. Then, when I entered the world of social media, I started sharing my writings with friends. It was then that my thoughts were noticed and I thought about publishing my first book.
Q10. How long on average does it take you to write a book?
You can never complete a book keeping in mind time limits. My debut book took 2 years to complete. I had no laptop then. I completed entire 50k words on my phone. The others were published in a couple of months.
Q11. What are your favorite literary books?
None. Like I said before, I don’t read much.
Q12. Why have you selected to write in this genre?
I don’t follow any genre. I write whatever feel deeply. It could be presence or even absence of anything.
Q13. Do you hide any secrets in your books that only a few people will find?
Yes. There are a few close friends who are like a family. They know me inside out. They easily figure out.
Q14. Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice?
No. Not at all. Any form of art can give you peace. A sad poem won’t make you happy but a colorful painting will.
Q15. What’s the best way to market your books?
Keep doing publicity unless you become bankrupt (Ha Ha ).
We are honored to get in contact with such a tremendous writer and a particular person. We hope for one of the best future forward for Author Priyanka Bansal. 
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