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QUESTIONS ASKED TO RUCHI PRABHU BY OUR EXPERTS

1.         Please tell us more about Ruchi Prabhu as a person.

Personally, more than speaking, writing has been my way of expressing what I feel and the credit goes to my habit of writing diary since early adolescence. The exhilaration I get after writing something can be compared to a walk in nature’s lap; a form of meditation that rejuvenates me.

 

2.         The Best piece of writing advice

No one can give advice in terms or writing not even an author it just need two things a heart who will pour out feeling and hand who will express it. I believe in writing with your heart and not with your brain. Write a story you would love to read.

 

3.         Where do you write

You mean some specific space then I would say there is none. I can write anywhere if the story flows. I have once written a haiku when I was stuck in a traffic while travelling to office. A lot of reader things that authors write in some cozy place where there is no one to disturb them. There is misconception about writing place but I believe if you are a writer and if you allow yourself to listen stories, when the story flows in your mind you cannot stop yourself. You just need to grab something and scribble on it. 

 

4.         What is your favorite childhood book

Ah! Such a tough question to answer, as a child we all love to listen stories and read them some favorite stories of mine are Panchatantra Tales, The Hare and The Tortoise, Beauty and the Beast, Pinocchio, Goldilocks and the three bears, Thirsty Crow and the famous of all Cinderella.  Coming to your question my favorite childhood book is Cherry Tree by Ruskin Bond.

 

 

5.         Is there one specific subject you would never write about? What would that be?

I would not write anything that breaks someone's confidence, betrays a secret, exposes something someone else considers intimate, compromises anyone's trust or violates a non-disclosure agreement.

 

6.         Has writing always been a part of your life? Or did you chance upon it later on and then instantly fell in love with it?

Writing was always a part of my life and it is same for everyone. For me it started when I wrote first essay about myself in school, everyone does this, right? I even had a habit to write down about my day and how did it went.  If I have to tell about professional writing, then it started in the year 2013 with writing a Research Papers for National and International journals and once it happened that I was presenting my research paper on a National platform and the Judge asked me this paper can be strongly valid if it had Hypothesis and SPSS, being from a commerce bag round I was totally clueless what was those words were. I love to learn new things and I have a habit to search each new word I come across in daily life. I instantly searched those words after my presentation, then I went to e-commerce website to search books on SPSS as I believe books give deeper knowledge but the cost of the books was beyond 1000 to 5000 and investing that much amount to learn something which was totally new did not felt right to me. Then I went through some YouTube videos learnt the whole concept of SPSS, hypothesis, Likert scale and many more stuff used in research. After learning I went a step ahead and cleared certification from Tata Institute of Social Science and IBM. Then the idea stuck in my mind to write book on this concept and sell it at a Minimum Selling Price. I wrote my first book “SPSS is Just a cakewalk for researches” with all the basis test a research scholar/ PhD Student can perform with my book which is just for INR 199. This was the start of my writing career and then I fell in love with the writing world.

 

7.         What are you working on next

I am working on a fictional book titled – “Things my father said”

The aim of writing this book is to show the gap between today’s generation and our parent’s generation. The gap between two generations are increasing day by day there might be some reasons like advancement of technology, Social media influencing, many things available easily at a click, everything is getting spoon-feed. There are many people in life whom you come across and get influenced easily but we forget they are just temporary people. This book will take you to another level of relationship between a father and a son where there is much gap between the generation but the aim and the techniques still remain the same. 

 

8.         When did you write your first book and how old were you

My First Book is “SPSS is Just a Cakewalk for researchers.” Which is widely used by PhD Students or Research Scholars and I was 20 Years old.

 

 

 

9.         What was your hardest scene to write

Ruchi: I feel everything I write is difficult for me in one way or the other. I will tell you why, even if the perspective is simple enough but things get messy especially when you have entire plot outline already stitched out and ready. You want your book to go one way, and your characters want to go another way sometimes the characters are so super stubborn and do what they want. They don’t listen to anyone else, and sometimes, they don’t listen to me either. As you can understand, that leads to a spot of bother in terms of writing and redrafting it again and again is difficult as it my loose the set path.

 

10.      They say, “Nobody can judge you, as much as you yourself can.” Where do you see yourself 10 years from now

Ruchi: I really don’t know where will I land up in next 10 years but I want to make impact in my reader’s mind with my writing. My every new book should make them learn something new.

 

11.      How many books have you written/write-ups? Which is your favorite?

I have written 4 book till now and they are as follows

  1. SPSS is Just a Cakewalk for Researchers

  2. The Gift

  3. My Pawfect Friend

  4. Financial Regulations

 My Favorite book is My Pawfect Friend as I believe “Pets understand humans better than humans do.”

 

12.      There are many new writers and poets who are aspiring to get their work published. What would you say to them?

My advice to them is just write from heart and if you want to publish start with a small publishing house or self-publishing platform and then create your brand name.

If possible then first create a brand name by talking, writing quotes, small stories, or something which random people can connect once you gain many followers, people, reader base then come up with a book and it will surely get sold as you had already created a brand name.

 

13.      Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?

Ruchi: Yes, I do. In the beginning, I used to take them very seriously. It took some time and conscious effort to teach myself that you cannot impress everyone. I write to express not to impress. So, it is okay if people write bad reviews. I do not let the negative reviews get into my head. At the same time, I will accept any constructive feedback and work on that.

 

14.      Can you share with our readers a motivational quote that keeps you going?

“When I sit down to write a book, I do not say to myself, ‘I am going to produce a work of art.’ I write it because there is some lie that I want to expose, some fact to which I want to draw attention, and my initial concern is to get a hearing.” — George Orwell

 

15.      Tell us something about your recent book published write-ups/ book?

My recent published book is “Financial Regulations”

Time seems to have speeded up in the world of finance. This period has witnessed major developments in the nature and intensity of financial regulations and markets, as well as repeated cycles of regulatory reform and development, often linked to crisis conditions. The recent financial crisis has led to unparalleled interest in financial regulation from policymakers, economists, legal practitioners, and the academic community, and has prompted large-scale regulatory reform. Financial Regulation is the first comprehensive, authoritative, and state of the art account of the nature of financial regulation.

Below are some major points to learn from this book

  • Credits are always good if you use them well

  • Organize a monthly date night to plan your finances

  • Use a ‘buy and hold’ stock portfolio

  • Fear and greed result in crappy financial decisions

Financial Regulations is the most comprehensive guide on this subject, and will help you stay current on best practices in this evolving field. This book can be termed as an official book for all Commerce & Management - Graduates and Post Graduates students.

#1 Ruchi Prabhu
 

#2 Richu Karan Garg
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> Being a part of such a big platform is an honour for me. I am flattered to be brand ambassador of this literary community.

> I was in 9th std when I thought of writing a poem for my school magazine and to my surprise I wrote three and all of them were published. 

> I write romantic pieces as I am a very romantic and sensitive person so all my writings include love, betrayal, pain etc. Whenever I am happy I write love poems and when sad my writes are painful.

 

 >The website I will be launching is gonna have my full support 24x7
I plan to do all I can to make this site a success. 


>I just want to say is just pen down that goes in your mind. You don't have to show them to anybody.  Your pen is your best friend.

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 >When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

I realised I wanted to be a poet at the age of 15 as my sister who is a former poet inspired me through her words and experiences. In that way I was led to find my own art and solace in it.

 >How long does it take you to write a book?

 My last book took me almost 45 days for completion, it was for a set period of time, each day for 45 days I was to write a poem. Refining them over and over again.

>Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

 I get my inspiration from classical poets such as Emily Dickinson, The Bronte sisters, William Blake, Tennyson. I also get inspired by artworks and prompts and music

 >What do you like to do when you're not writing?

 When I'm not writing, I take crochet classes, Design my apparels and accessories, or either I sketch, bake or read philosophy based literature or simply introspect within myself.

>What does your family think of your writing?

As I mentioned earlier, writing and creativity runs in my family, my mother was an artist when she was younger, my dad is well versed in English grammar, and my sister is a poet. They have always encouraged me in the art of writing.

>What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your

books?
 

 The most astonishing thing I have come to learn while creating a book is the value and importance of motivation and perseverance, which can greatly impact the outcome

>Tell us something about your recent book published?

 The reason I have titled the book 'Resurrection' is, as it has a special meaning to me. Having suffered through clinical depression for quite a long time, March 2021 is when a new era began unfolding. Thus 'Resurrection' is symbolic for me, as it resembles the regeneration of my soul. Hence, my poems portray a rhythm of ups and downs, feelings evolving, and being molded.

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