You are reading this, because you bumped into one of your friends who has been reading this book. You took the book and quickly flipped it over to see the synopsis. Or you have been shown this book by a friend, saying it’s either nice or crap. So you are at this page as you want to know how nice or crappy this story really is. Or else you are in a book store, or even worse in a road side pirated copy shop. (I’m not sure if the book will become so famous that it’d lead to piracy). You see the name Neha. You get reminded of your ex-girlfriend. So you turn to the back cover to check out the story.
To all of you, I’m not revealing the story that easily. You can of course ask your friend who has read the book, but I’m not letting it out on the cover page. If you are reading I want it to be read from the first to the last in a way that I want to tell the story. Not by some bloody synopsis. So go to the first page. Start afresh.
Like any other debutant author, Vikram M N too has been fiddling with the idea of writing a novel for long. But due to various so-called life commitments such as watching movies, reading books, listening to music, travelling, and yes of course, working once in a while, the author couldn’t accomplish the task of completing the novel for a long time. It took him two years to write and one more year to publish.
The author is just like any other youth born in a middle-class family, with no real inspiration for anything in life. What started off as writing made-up stories for detailed answers in geography, writing his own version of World War for history, and needless to say writing a whole story as a conversation in Dialogue writing in English, transitioned to some short stories for the Office Bulletin Board and writing reviews in his personal blog. Both, can be accessed at constantscribbles.wordpress.com