Sometimes we are so busy struggling with life that we stop searching for the real reason for living life. Start searching the reason that builds passion and craziness in you. It might be a person, in books, in any profession, in any creative activity or just within you. Live for it and enjoy your life.
We have Dimple Singh with us today, let’s ask what she is passionate for and about her writer’s journey?
Dimple, where do you actually belong to?
Dimple: I am from Kashipur (Uttrakhand). Presently I’m staying in Noida for my college studies.
Currently, you are pursuing your Journalism and Mass Communication, how do you manage your time with studies?
Dimple: I think if things are planned beforehand, we can take out time for almost everything in our lives. Since my childhood days, I have a habit of planning out minutest things in my life. My first priority is always my studies and then writing. So I always complete my college work first and I ensure that I devote at least one hour to write daily. Luckily, in journalism, I want to pursue print media journalism, so both the things are directly interconnected.
What are you passionate about in life?
Dimple: I’m passionate about writing in life. I want my words to inspire people and I want my write-ups to make a remarkable difference.
Wonderfully broken, how did this title occur to you? And why did you choose this title?
Dimple: Wonderfully Borken was a project. I did not choose the title, it was chosen by my publishers and the developers of the series, Anuj Kumar and Kevin Missal.
When did you start writing?
Dimple: I started writing when I was in 6th standard. As years passed, I started by writing poems, articles, blogs, short stories and finally, when I reached 11th standard I wrote my first book ‘Intimidating Obscurity.’
Shruti, the character makes us feel alive and happy in all situations? What made you inspired to write this character sketch?
Dimple: Shruti is one of the main characters of the book. She stands out as a very chirpy, modest and loving character throughout the series. I always wanted a character in which I can see a reflection of the person I want to be. So Shruti is the character I would want myself to be in my real life.
What problems did you face while writing this book?
Dimple: There were a lot of problems that I faced while I was writing this book. Firstly, it was the last episode of a series so it was a challenging task to connect this part with the first four parts. Secondly, I also had to make sure that the story that I wrote is connected to the main plot of the episode. Thirdly, I’m not much into romantic genres, so it was challenging for me to write one. Lastly, it was very important to maintain a balance between the dialogues and the narration as an overdose of either of the two can ruin the presentation of the book.
What’s next? After this book?
Dimple: Presently I’m working on my 4th book, which is a sci-fi crime thriller. It will be out most probably by the end of this year or by January.
Who is your inspiration to write stories?
Dimple: My inspiration is Novoneel Chakraborty as he writes the kind of novels of I love to read (thriller, crime, full of suspense and with surprise twists at the end).
Do you write every day, or Just in free time?
Dimple: I write every day. I devote atleast one hour daily to writing.
Which is your most preferred drink or location for writing?
Dimple: There is no specific location I would prefer. I can write anywhere.
What is the best review that you got so far your present book?
Dimple: The best review that I’ve got till now about Alive is from Palak Aggrawal. I would like to share her review:
“I’m proud to be alone, I’m proud to be broken, I’m proud to be depressed and I’m proud to say all that loud because it’s okay to be alone, it’s okay to be lonely, but it’s not okay to hide behind the masks.” A wonderful tale of a broken heart which revives itself through the power of love. “Alive” is truly alive with the power of love. A great insta-read for those who prefer to read short stories and for reading-newbies.
Tell us about how you became an author?
Dimple: Honestly speaking, I never expected to see myself as an author. I always wrote as I loved to write. Even when I wrote my first book I had no intention of getting it published. But my friends encouraged me to get my book published and after a few struggles, I got my book published and finally became an author. It was the most unexpected gift of my life. After I got the author’s title I vowed to maintain the respect of this title forever and now my dedication towards writing has been ten times firmer.
What is your motto of life?
Dimple: My motto in life is to become a successful author, a remarkable journalist and a girl who can serve her nation.
Thanks a lot for sharing your valuable experience with us. We wish you all the best for your writer’s journey.
Below are the options where we can get in touch with Dimple Singh
Web site: https://dimplebloomblog.wordpress.com/
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Amazon URL: https://tinyurl.com/yby5tm83
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