Getting to know the creators of the magical worlds of words! Here on the Pensieve . . . . . . .
You read how their creations held our eyes, hearts and minds throughout the word journeys, made us laugh, cry, feel and live through words, painted worlds far off, dead, living and yet to be born in book reviews. inKonversation is an attempt to get to know the mind behind those words, the man (or woman) behind those stories, the soul in those bundles of pulp (or pixels).
Filling The Tales Pensieve with immense joy and honor, these WordMavericks talk about their journeys, dreams and wisdom that only telling stories can give. Go on pull out the wisdom streak, you seek.
We get inKonversation with the lady who writes some very interesting stories that are thought provoking as well as sexy.
Born in Bengaluru, India and a Master of Software Engineering from Brandeis University, Waltham, USA, Nagendra Murti is a technologist and
Banker on weekdays, writer on weekends the first Indian Mills & Boons writer to have a global book release –
With two novels in her kitty, Ruchi Vasudeva has arrived and some. While her first novel Bollywood Fiance For A
Andy Paula is quite a versatile personality. From a teacher to a corporate trainer to a writer, she has travelled
I have never met Anamika Mishra, so when I got the chance to read her book and interview her, I
A north american with memories of India, returns back after decades to write a fiction based in the country of
Bringing together hope and humor seems like his thing. Atleast his debut proves so. The debutant author who brought us
inKonversation with Sundari Venkatraman who felt the happiness of being a published author when Indireads decided to publish her short novella Double Jeopardy. When I got this book for review I was ready for a quick read without much expectations. This small package made me sit up, bite my nails and hold my breath and above all the oomph factor was something I would not have guessed in my wildest dream.
I met Adite through the blogging world. Her book The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal was about to be out and she
Writing Is More Than Just Being Able To Put A Sentence Together: inKonversation Ambalika Bhattacharyya
She has one of the most intriguing author profiles, we have ever come across Indian writers: Ambalika was born during
She will be the big Three O soon, has a super bitch competitor in business, has the whackiest supporter there
This interview is a dream come true for me. No really! I have said this before, The Pregnant King was
Once a desi, always a desi – for the heart knows just one beat! We get inKonversation with the very
A science graduate of Stanford University with an MBA from the Harvard Business School, an insatiable interest in the religious
Roll of Honour is without doubt one of the best books read and reviewed on The Tales Pensieve so far and
IT guy turned into a love story writer. Heard that so often, no? IT guy turns into a fantasy fiction
He is the proverbial banker-cum-writer, a breed so up and kicking in the Indian writing scenario today; but thankfully he
The Stopover has been one of the most exciting debut books I happen to read in the past six months.
He is the writer on a mission; a frenzied mission. He is the official record holder of the fastest published
Start of this week we get inKonversation with a writer from the heart of India. Aarzoo Sharma, lives in a
He is the classic Engineer-MBA in the IT industry; But he is also the writer who writes on humane emotions
The first interview of 2013 coincidently happens to be the wordsmith who penned one of the best books I read
We celebrate love at The Tales Pensieve as we bid adieu to 2012; in out final post of the year
The man who scintillated us with his sensational debut on blurring lines in news reporting in The Newsroom Mafia is back
An engineer turned writer, debuting with a love story? Sounds similar? Tad too much but Rohit Sharma‘s Te Amo….I Love
She took to writing through her blog, justamotheroftwo.blogspot.com, to cope with the pain of losing her father and there has been no
A web and social media geek at known brands who dedicates his first book to every computer he has ever
Fairy tales – Believe in them? Aren’t they are stuff little girls with frilly dresses believe in? A college dropout who
As we remember 26/11 on its fourth anniversary today, at The Tales Pensieve we get inKonversation with an author who
She is all of 12, loves books, opines with her author father on his book covers and is India’s youngest
…..and he has won quite a few marathons! With a self-made-promise to write a book every year and a disciple
Terrorists create mayhem, Naxals create mayhem and if they come together it is mayhem raised to the power of two!
Poetry in prose – that’s Janice Pariat‘s style and what a style! The reader is left wanting to divulge more
Marketing professional and author of a book that is Spiritual Fiction! That is Srini Chandra for you, who wrote a
August 31, 2008 was the first time I got introduced to the story-teller called Ravi Subramanian through a blue colored
Smita Shetty – NRI, a full time mom, full time wife and most of all in a full time job
Hemant Kumar has been a journalist for three long decades before picking up the pen to write his debut novel,
Ad maker turned Film director Piyush Jha of Chalo America, King of Bollywood and Sikandar fame has added a new
Dr. Ajay Kansal is a professor and consultant in clinical pathology. During his medical practice, he encountered many suffering patients,