Featured Interview With Disha Dubey
Tell us a little about yourself. Where were you raised? Where do you live now?
I am a passionate writer who loves everything about books, from writing to making the cover design. I live in Firozabad ( The city of glass) in India. No, I don’t own any pets but I have several squirrel, who comes to have their bread at my place.
At what age did you realize your fascination with books? When did you start writing?
Around ten years ago. Before that I used to read comics but then I started reading Novels and fiction booked my heart for life.
Who are your favorite authors to read? What is your favorite genre to read. Who Inspires you in your writings?
Jon Krakauer, Nicholas Sparks, Leo Tolstoy and Sophie Kinsella
Tell us a little about your latest book?
The story revolves around a young boy named Sidharth, who just got admission in his dream college when he thought he was completely useless. His family accompanied him to his new life towards his post graduation. There he met his two roommates, who turned out to be weird and unbearable but ended up being best of friends. He was busy coping with his new life when his eyes fell on ‘her’.
Yes, her! The woman of his dreams and our heroine of the book, Shambhavi. A woman in her late twenties, who used to work in the library of the same college, Sidharth was in. If you are thinking that our hero would get his lady without any struggle then you are sadly mistaken.
No love story becomes a worthy read without some twists and turns with the main leads of the novel. The problem took place when Sidharth found out from another fellow batchmate and younger sister of Shambhavi that our heroine doesn’t believe in being happy ever after.
When Sidharth dug a little deeper, he found out about Shambhavi’s first marriage and how awful her ex husband was. Due to him, She lost her belief in love. Shambhavi confronted Sidharth and asked him what he wanted from her, He with a smile said just ‘A cup of coffee’.
Sidharth remained persistent but not in a creepy way. All he wanted was coffee and to know the reason behind Shambhavi’s sad eyes. In the end, he did succeed but to know that, read the story! With numerous funny hostel and college moments, the story is fun to read. It will end up making you laugh and in love with all the characters.