Tashin Reza is from West Bengal. He is currently pursuing B.Pharm. ‘Love is a necessary evil’ is his first book. Let us know more about a young debutant author.
What inspired you to start writing?
I did not have the habit of writing from childhood. It was during my first year of my college I started writing. Situation of my own life inspired me to start writing and so I started writing with the
experience of my own life.
What did you like to read when you were a boy?
As I told I did not have the habit of writing since childhood, I did not have the habit of reading other than the book of my syllabus.
What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?
The greatest challenge in writing a book is converting situations and imaginations into beautiful words that can show the readers what the writer feels.
How much research do you do before writing the book?
Well, I do not do much research. I create the characters and try to make the story in few sentences. I follow these few sentences till I complete the whole story.
What motivated you to write the book “Love Is a Necessary Evil”?
When the ‘butter fly’ feelings filled me, I began to read love stories and novels. But when my love was gone I felt it would be better to make myself busy in something to keep sadness away from me. I began to read those old novels once again and finally the novels of Chetan Bhagat and Rabinder Singh motivated me that my writing also may have the potential to get printed.
Can you tell us more about your latest book “Love Is a Necessary Evil”?
Rehan falls in love with Isha at his first look. He went crazy on her. He managed her contact number and made friendship with her. She began to fall for him. Finally in few months they got bonded to a deep relationship. Rehan went blind on her. He was ready to sacrifice anything just to be with her. But when Rehan moved out of the town for higher study, their relation took a ‘u’ turn with the entry of Rohit
in Rehan’s life.
How did you came up with the idea of writing fiction genre book?
Later I had developed the habit of reading only fiction story. When I had read enough novels, I was filled with few of the fiction stories that my mind had build up.
Who are your favourite authors?
My favorite authors are Chetan Bhagat, Ravinder Singh.
How much time do you dedicate for writing on a daily basis?
I usually spend two hours every day on writing or editing my manuscript.
What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?
Never give up on what you do or want to because we do not know at what point of life, we will be hit by success. Do not write for fame or money, do it for your passion.
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