Today we have Nikhil Kushwaha; author of ‘Heart Of Bullets’ with us …… lets see what he has to share with the readers 🙂

  • What is the turning point in your life regarding writing?
    • Ans: I don’t know, maybe because I had a story.


  • What was your major challenge in connecting with the readers?
    • Ans: The challenge still persists, am still trying different ways to connect to my readers.


  • Is your story 100% fictional?
    • Ans: Well Heart of Bullets is fiction but my other works are closely related to my life.


  • What do you think your commitments are to society as a writer?
    • Ans: There’re no commitments yet. I don’t write to preach someone but I think every book is a world of good and bad things. It’s finally the perception that matters.


  • What is writing for you?
    • Ans: Writing for me is just a medium to bring my readers into my world of fiction. I want people to glimpse my heaven.


  • If you can be a character in your story, who will it be and why?
    • Ans: In Heart of Bullets, I’ll like to be Sam, just to be around the wonderful character I’ve created, Shradha.


  • Do you consider rat race in writer’s world too?
    • Ans: I may not be worthy enough to answer that. I guess everyone wants be something different and that’s the reason of rat race in almost every field.


  • Which is your favorite book and why?
    • Ans: Am not a bibliophile but I’ve seen movies of bestselling books. I loved ‘The Fault in Our Stars’, ‘Lord of the Rings’, ‘Harry Potter’ and many more.


  • What would you like to say about your story?
    • Ans: The thing ‘story’ is confined to books and movies only. Life is much more than that, much better, much wonderful. A story should be read to learn, not to turn into someone we aren’t.


  • What is your advice to budding writers?
    • Ans: To budding writers, every book is a baby intended for wonders. Don’t let patience ruin your dreams. Make sure you write something people want to read.About the author:-      Nikhil Kushwaha, an engineer, poet and a novelist, has already entertained his readers in his first book Six Teen Mistakes. A Ranchi boy, schooling from Bishops School and Kendriya Vidyalaya, is a graduate from NIST Berhampur, as an electrical engineer. Being author by chance and a full time author now, he says that it is not necessary to have experience, degree or talent to be an author, but whats required, is a story, passion and some patience. Believing in realism, his novels are based on what he witnesses around the people he knows, the things he has experienced and a story he wants the world to tell.

      Our Review on the book -                                                                        About the Book :-

    • ‘The only way to get close to those glittering stars in heaven is, to look at a soldier with stars on his shoulders’ Every time, they’re around, the thing that we see is the bravery awards, medals, the pride, but what we can’t see is their heart that lies inside the iron chest, some untold stories, sacrifices, and the hardship they’ve been through. Every soldier has a story that is unique and extra ordinary.A tale of brotherhood & heroism, a tale of love & betrayal, ‘Heart of Bullets’, is about two best friends, Arpan & Sam, and the untold story of their friendship, untold story of their love, Shradha, but what happens when Sam gets hit by the enemy – across the border?

      What will Arpan do to save his friend? Will love prevail over friendship of lifetime?

      There is a decision to be made, is the life without love, and friends, better than dying to save the one we love the most?