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THE CALLING
The Calling By Priya Kumar

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We had a conversation with the new and sensational Indian author Raj Singh to Book Lover’s World. Raj Singh born in Gaya, Bihar, is fond of reading and writing. He graduated in Spanish Language from The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. He is also a graduate in Tourism Studies. In his first book, Anna Hazare “Adhoorji jeet ke nayak”, he has the life of Anna Hazare and his movements for the Jan Lokpal Bill. And now he is back with his first fiction “Breakup Before Love”.

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We had a conversation with the successful Indian author Preethi Venugopala. Preethi is a Civil Engineer by education and an avid blogger, artist by passion. After working as a Civil Engineer for more than a decade, she quit her job to become a full time mother and writer. Meanwhile, she took a Masters Degree in English Literature to complete her dream of studying English literature.

Her debut novel ‘Without You’ published by Write India Publishers, is getting rave reviews and is among the top selling romance books on Amazon and Flipkart.

She has also been published in two anthologies, 'The Second Life' and 'Blank Space'. Another anthology 'Á Little Chorus of Love' will be out in August and another anthology by Readomania will be coming out in October. She is also part of a triple header novella book by Blogadda, that has three novellas in one book and will be published by Leadstart publishers.

Her article on womensweb.in, ‘Love, Rotis and a pinch of wisdom from a mother’, which is a heartfelt letter from a mother to her son about why he should not laugh at the shapeless rotis that his wife makes, went viral online and was shared widely on Facebook and Whatsapp. She is a regular contributor to many online magazines and websites.

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We had a conversation with the successful Indian author Ganga Bharani. Ganga is a consultant by profession and the Author of the books, “Just, You, Me and a Secret” and “A Minute to Death”. She is a creative writer, a passionate blogger, a script writer, a motion film maker and a director, with a creative mind and a beautiful heart that has captured the hearts of several people in reading world.

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We had a conversation with the new energetic Indian Publisher Sachin Shresta.Sachin is a Designer by Profession, CEO & Founder of the recently launched publishing house, “Shades Publications”, and the man behind the anthology, “Love Stories Around Us”. He is a creative mind and a beautiful heart who strives to help authors get better royalty and help more budding authors to have their own books.

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We had a conversation with the successful Indian author Shama Patel. Shama is a Psychologist and an Author of a recently launched book titled ''21 Ways of Being Happy''. She is an empathetic soul with a creative mind and a beautiful heart which has touched the lives of many young adults, couples, senior citizens and several others who she has met in her journey of life. She has also helped various alcoholics, drug addicts and survivors of abuse and human trafficking in their healing process.

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We had a conversation with the successful Indian author Jyoti Arora, a post graduate in English Literature and Applied Psychology, with two published novels, over five years of freelance writing experience, developing books for kids and abridging 24 famous English novels like Jane Eyre, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn etc.

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We had a conversation with the renowned Indian author Anurag Anand.

Anurag Anand was born in Patna. After obtaining his primary education from Kurseong in Darjeeling District, he moved to Delhi. He completed his schooling from Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, New Delhi in 1996. Thereafter he did is B. A. (Hons) in Economics from Delhi University before pursuing his PGDBM (Post Graduate Diploma in Management) from Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, Delhi (2000 -2002). He is a marketing professional with experience across sectors like pharmaceuticals, fast-moving consumer goods and financial services. His love for the reading started with his near addiction to comic books during his initial years.

Anand's writing career began with the book Pillars of Success (2004), a self-help book that owes its genesis to his association during his college days with the Delhi based NGO, UNES. As a part of the Youth Development Program of UNES, he delivered lectures on aspects of personality development to school students across the country and it is the learnings from these interactions that he summarised in his first book. Since then he has written eight titles in with nine published titles in the self-help, general fiction and historical fiction genres.

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We had a conversation with the renowned and successful author Rashmi Kumar of Hooked, Lined & Single, a full-time mother to a two-year-old son, living in Canada. Before moving to Canada three years ago she was a journalist and worked with many established newspapers and magazines in India. Her last job was with Deccan Herald as Features Editor. Other than journalism she also dabbled as a part-time Radio Jockey with 102.6 Rainbow FM and worked as a voice over artist for several ad films.

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