Roshan Kothari graduated in 2015 in Bachelor of Commerce from Adarsh Group of Institution. Currently he is working for his Family Business. Let us know more about his latest book and writing.
What inspired you to start writing?
The willingness to learn new every day helps me evolve into a better critic. It all started way back when I was fifteen. From the very beginning I knew that my happiness lies in being unique. A typical nine to five or a normal work schedule is not where I fill in and that is when I realized that I don’t fit in there because I wasn’t meant something greater than that. Writing was just like an ace in the hole for me to fulfil my dream of dream of being unique and also a writer.
What did you like to read when you were a boy?
Well honestly, I used to read only comic books. Reading was never one of my personal interests. I was handed over a nameless book from a known associate which changed my life forever. Ever since that day, I kept reading a lot of books and gradually I started framing my own book brick by brick.
What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?
Bringing my fictitious the characters of my book to life was the greatest challenge I faced. The characters that lay on the pages of my book carry a piece of my heart with every passing word, the love for writing has only grown.
How much research do you do before writing the book?
It took me almost a year and a half to complete the script and during that time every day was a part of my research because I got to learn a lot new things on this journey. I used to meet new people and new points of views were also a small part of my research. At times I used to share my sabotages of handling my personal and professional life with my colleagues; their feedbacks were not only inspiring but comical as well.
What motivated you to write the book “Mesmerising Aura of Love”?
They say there’s a child in all of us. No matter how old we get, the child in us has a dream and that dream has to be protected. I believe that if a child resides in a sacred place in our hearts there must be a very specific reason. Looking that myself in the five feet long mirror, the child residing in me said, ‘My dream is to become a writer.’ And that was it. One thing I got to learn from the junior me is that all it takes isa power of an idea. If it’s correct then it’s just unstoppable.
Can you tell us more about your latest book “Mesmerising Aura of Love”?
Mesmerising Aura of Love isn’t just a book or a love story; it’s a cluster of words woven together that possess a life of its own. It’s a story of how two guys shake hands to friendship in college and promise never to let go. It steadily grows into respect and honour for one another and what starts as friendship soon becomes family and when both guys find the star cross love of their respective. Everything goes on well for them until everything changes in a split second and the entire story takes a U-Turn. A tragic climax with a happy ending that one has ever felt or read before.
How did you came up with the idea of writing romantic fiction genre book?
The books that I often used to read were romance fiction. That was the first stepping stone that helped me device my own book in way that no one had ever dreamed of. The idea for Mesmerizing Aura of Love came to me like a gust of fresh air which mesmerized me in a way nothing had ever before. It soon became a part of my little normal life and made it extraordinary.
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How much time do you dedicate for writing on a daily basis?
Well it wasn’t easy managing my professional life with the fantasy of writing. Fantasy… would usually take control over me at early in the morning when the entire house is silent. Waking up before sunrise is the perfect time to start something new because when the world sleeps that’s the time to try new stuff, succeed in it and become a role model so that others can follow you when they wake up.
What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?
When you are writer you are every other person that your characters in your book are forcing you to be so that they can they can come out at their best. Nothing great was achieved by anybody without being mad and stubborn. If you want it, go get it.
Have patience. Good thing take time, but they do happen and when they do you will deserve every bit of itfor the efforts you have put in it to nurture the words that you ink on paper.
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