“Not all get everything in this lifetime. Thus, leading to sorrow and despair.” – Ruchira Khanna
Today in our Blog Guest Post column, we have the contemporary fiction writer Ruchira Khanna, a Biochemist turned writer, who draws inspiration from various sources and tries to pen them down to create awareness within her and the society. Also a Reiki Master in her spare time where she passes out information about channeling universal energy and conducts sessions, author Ruchira shares with us about her new release Voyangers.
What inspired you to write Voyagers?
The book, ‘Voyagers into the Unknown’ has a theme. The theme is happiness.
This happiness is transcribed by many in the form of relationship, love, success, family, good health. If the man has all, then he is happy, but alas! Not all get everything in this lifetime. Thus, leading to sorrow and despair.
That’s when my journey into the unknown plot came into existence. The man is usually relaxed and opens up if he has traveled the seas to get something rather than that ‘something’ comes walking to him. I started the journey of these handful tourists who came from different walks of life and countries around the world to somebody who has been recommended. Raj is a tourist guide. He has seen it all…the ups and the down, the tragedy and the happiness. Thus, making him a man of steel. He mixes pleasure with the philosophy of life and tries to change the perception of his tourists by healing their broken hearts.
More about Ruchira
She published a novel in 2013, which peeps into every one’s daily life named, “Choices”
Her children’s book came out in 2014, The adventures of Alex and Angelo for which she got thumbs up from Kirkus Reviews.
One of her story got included in a published anthology, The Turning point of Life, in 2014
The Lonely Wish Giver, a novel that includes work of ~299 writers from 27 countries. We all got together to write a group novel for NaNoWriMo.
Frozen by Fire, a novel written by ~ 499 writers from 54 countries.
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