On a lazy Sunday afternoon, as I used to be watching the clock struck 4, I used to be busy looking out the e-book Warlord of Ayodhya: Rebel by Shatrujeet Nath. Its one more interactive session with an creator and his e-book. My Secret Bookshelf (MSB), e-book membership, a web-based e-book retailer, held its meet for the month of April 2022 and with the April’s Ebook of the Month on Sunday, April 24. I nonetheless bear in mind the primary time we had this meetup at Café Bellevue, with e-book lovers sipping espresso, speaking endlessly about books and overlooking the mighty Brahmaputra, nearly three years again. Nothing has modified a lot, besides the mode of meetup, as a result of these COVID instances.
Being one of many core members of the book club, I’ve seen it evolve from only a easy e-book membership on a WhatsApp group to being a web-based e-book retailer and a platform for Writer Promotion Program. Not solely the members are e-book lovers, however we even have established authors as certainly one of them. This Sunday, the meetup was mythological and mystical, with subjects of fantasy, magic and Indian Mythology. Shatrujeet Nath, a famend author within the mythological fiction sequence, was the visitor. We talked about his newest e-book Warlord of Ayodhya: Rebel, rated 4.6/5 in Amazon and Goodreads.
The meetup began on one of the frequent on-line video conferencing platforms, Zoom. The founder, Ms. Antara Bhattacharjee, began, by introducing the creator and the moderator of the meet, adopted by the foundations of the meetup. The moderator, Mehak Varun, a author, a poet and an artist herself, and conferred with ‘100 Inspiring Authors of India’ award in Kolkata, launched the creator and the e-book and interviewed Shatrujeet about his ideas on his newest e-book. Whereas all of the members of MSB had been hooked on to their respective gadget screens, the creator continued portray the assembly along with his imaginative and prescient of scripting this e-book. He defined how his newest e-book is totally different from all different books that he wrote until now. He continued explaining, how mythological story telling has progressed from being heard from grandmothers to graphic novels and mythological fiction books. Including to this, Shatrajeet, recounted his days being a journalist and step by step transferring on to develop into an creator and script author.
With the beginning of the question-and-answer spherical, Shatrujeet was elevated and thrilled with all types of views and ideas about his e-book. One of many members of the e-book membership, requested him, since he’s an creator of the mythological fiction style, who would he be as a mythological character himself. The creator thought it to be a really fascinating query and described himself to be Ghatotkacha. This mythological character from Mahabharata has magical traits reminiscent of the flexibility to fly, to extend or lower in dimension and to develop into invisible. The creator clarifies that these are a number of the qualities that resembles with the powers of few characters within the e-book, that’s in dialogue on the meetup.
A member of MSB, Kanwarpal Singh, from the far western province of India was a little bit sad with the best way the creator left quite a few cliffhangers within the e-book. This could be a great time to inform that the e-book Warlord of Ayodhya: Rebel is the primary half of the sequence. The creator assured Kanwarpal, that the explanation the cliffhanger was meticulously launched, was for the readers to first know and perceive the true plot of the story and the joys. He assured that with the discharge of the second e-book (which he’s already began engaged on) Warlord of Ayodhya: Resurrection, all of the mysteries will probably be revealed and cliffhangers will probably be answered and solved. With few plethora of questions being queried by the readers to the creator, time stood stand nonetheless.
At one level of time, it felt like outdated misplaced associates, all geographically positioned, met nearly to talk about frequent pursuits. As they are saying, all good issues should come to an finish, so did the meetup. After some intense and deep dialogue on Indian mythology and the e-book Warlord of Ayodhya: Resurrection, the meetup got here to an finish. With the conclusion, Shatrujeet expressed his need to put in writing a e-book sooner or later, in regards to the nice warfare of Saraighat, as he has household ties from North Jap a part of India and he himself being half Assamese. On the finish all of the members of MSB, picked up their creator signed e-book and gathered for a gaggle on-line picture. My Secret Bookshelf, until all of us meet once more and remembering, its tagline, by the readers for the readers.
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