‘Impressions’ is a work in the making. It is a collection of my thoughts and learnings which I pen
down, as I grow, learn and observe in this rollercoaster they call ‘life’.
When I first sat down to write Pratidwandi, the biggest question- which came to my mind was – how to make people believe of the things I’m going to be talking about, while they are inside the uni- verse, my universe.
EVERYONE HAS THEIR OWN PROCESS
Let me tell you something at the outset. I have never received any professional training in writing stories or writing anything for that matter. All I have relied upon to learn the art are some books and guidance available online. Rest of it comes from within.
I firmly believe that everyone has their own process.
Everyone has their own process
If you come across something on the internet which says, “10 steps of becoming an author” or “How to write your bestseller?”, then, in my firm opinion, it is most likely not the only thing which can help you.
Find your moment
As a child, did I ever look forward to that letter from Hogwarts? Yes. Did I ever feel like Peter Pan would knock on my window to take me to Neverland? Maybe, when I was too little.
“This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or used in a fictious manner. Any resemblance to actual person, living or dead, or actual events, places, locales or incidents is purely coincidental.
The views, opinions and beliefs expressed are solely of the author in his personal capacity and do not express the views, opinions and beliefs of Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas or any other individual or organisation.”