Here we are with our today’s guest. Meet Lovely Sharma, who pens down her second novel, The Weekend.
Amit: Let’s start with a formal introduction. Tell us something about yourself and the things that define you and your lifestyle.
Ayush: How beautiful your book is. It shows your wisdom. It shows the bond that beautifies this short life. Tell us something about your book. For we would love to hear you speak on your own book.
For a girl, regular restrictions become a daily obstacle, while for a boy, having every whim satisfied spoils him. The story revolves around two girls and one boy. It tells of how friendship is so much more important than love and that wealth is but a liability in the way of being a family. Short breaks and a perspective of someone else can change a lot of things, though.
Ayush: This life is too short and full of uncertainties. How do you take it? What are your conceptions?
I think ‘life is short’ because people don’t enjoy life like it’s supposed to be. People eat away their present thinking about their future, which makes them think this way. Life is certainly full of uncertainties. These uncertainties are what keep us on our toes and make life interesting.
Amit: How was your experience with your very first publisher?
Amit: Which life do you enjoy most? The life of an engineer or the life of a writer?
Ayush: What is your favourite genre? Name a title you wish you had penned down.
Every book penned down is uniquely done because of the author, thus I say, no title.
Lovely– Well, reading is at the top of my list. Not just because it gives me relief and takes me to another world but also because it gives me an insight into how different people under different circumstances think.
Ayush: How would you like to advise new-comers?
Amit: What are you working on at present?
Lovely– I’m a closet singer (western music).