Krishn Chaudhary did his schooling from Rashtriya Military School, Chail (H.P). He is presently doing his B.Sc. in Biotechnology from Nizam College, Hyderabad. He has been a good orator right from his school days and a good boxer too. He has played state level Boxing championships. After his graduation, he wishes to join Defence forces as a commissioned officer.
What inspired you to start writing?
I never wrote anything except a few articles for my school and college annual magazines. It was summer vacations after my first year in college. I had nothing to do so I took up writing a story. As I finished it, I forwarded it to my friends who love reading. Surprisingly everyone liked it and encouraging reviews started to pour in. One of the readers, who also happen to be a close friend, suggested me to elaborate it into a fiction. It was then I started writing my first book.
What did you like to read when you were a boy?
I started reading works of authors like – Agatha Christie, Dan Brown, Sidney Sheldon and Paulo Coelho when I was in high school. Before that, I read series of Famous Five, Hardy Boys, Tintin and Harry Potter in early days of school life.
What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?
To constantly keep in mind the age group of readers you are writing for. If they aren’t relating the story to their life, they are not going to like it however good your story is. Another challenge is to keep the story in a flow and not into fragments. The task of relating pieces of story was quite difficult
How much research do you do before writing the book?
My book deals with the issues of day to day activities of teenage life so I didn’t had to do much research. But yes, I had to look up for the incidents that is mentioned in the book and I never experienced them actually. To make happenings look natural and real, one has to do lots of research.
What motivated you to write the book “You came with an irreplaceable tag”?
I have read many Indian love stories by known authors. I didn’t find anything about an unrequited love in any of the stories but if you look around you would find plenty of such instances near you. So I thought, let’s write a story that has never reached to readers yet.
Can you tell us more about your latest book “You came with an irreplaceable tag”?
The first half of the book deals with the school life of the protagonist. He meets a girl and love is instant for him. The trouble starts to roll in when he learns that the girl never felt the same for him. The other half narrates his life devoid of love and pain of experiencing an unreciprocated love. He gets a company of very good friend in college but still things don’t change much. The story doesn’t end in an expected way and leaves the readers with a lot to speculate.
How did you come up with the idea of writing romantic fiction genre book?
The youth of our nation are more into reading romantic fiction than books of any other genre. It was one of the major reason behind my decision. It is obvious for an author that he would certainly write something which would be read by a large chunk of readers.
Who are your favourite authors?
As I told you earlier, I love to read books by Agatha Christie, Dan Brown and Sidney Sheldon. I have read all the titles of Dan Brown and he happens to be my all time favourite. His way of narrating the story is unique and it is something that makes him outstanding in the league of world renowned authors.
How much time do you dedicate to writing on a daily basis?
I usually spent the final hour of the day to add words to the story and sometimes even longer before going to the bed. Apart from that, in my free hours I pondered over the story to amend it and make it better.
What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?
Judge every line you write through the eyes of a reader and it would help it write you better things. Read a lot of books of same genre you wish to write one.
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