Chief Guest, Guest of Honour, Panelist, Speaker, Role Model, High Achiever, Judge and all those tags!
Faraaz Kazi, the Writer Who Put Indian Romance Fiction on World Map, Talks about His New Book, Love and More
“With Truly, Madly, Deeply, esteemed writer Faaraz Kazi, made a stunning début and how! Kazi went on to win the 2013 National Début Youth Fiction Award and received the YCOF National Excellence award in Creative Writing. He is also first Indian author to have won coveted ‘Best Début (Romance)’ title at the international Goodreads choice awards.
His book Truly, Madly, Deeply, won him the tag of being called the ‘Nicholas Sparks of India.’ So far, it is the only Indian book to have been nominated in 7 categories at the Goodreads choice awards. It is also the only Indian book to feature in the ‘Top 100 YA Global Fiction’ list.
Kazi is a fellow member of the prominent ‘Film Writers Association of India.’ He is a three-time post graduate and also a certified soft-skills trainer. In addition, Kazi is the founder and CEO of DigiImprint Solutions, India’s first exclusive promotional agency for authors and artists. He is a well-known personality in literary fraternity and on social media.”
Read the whole interview here:
I write about love and love writes about me.
I flow in love and love flows in me.
Happy Valentine’s Day to one and all!
LOVE releases today. Go grab a copy for your loved ones- http://www.flipkart.com/love-lots-volatile-emotions-english/
Delhi guys and girls, please join me for the launch of my latest book- LOVE (Lots Of Volatile Emotions) on Friday, the 6th of February, 2015 from 6:30 PM onwards at Hotel Premier Inn (Conference Room), New Delhi.
Would be good to see you there 🙂
From a man who lives in his past overhearing the whispers of the present to a woman who rescues dying souls through her blessed aura. From a little boy who must realize the truth of his life so that he can face the fears of the future to a pair of lovers who are reborn with little clue of what fate has in store for them. From a granddaughter who recollects the warm fuzzy days of her childhood to an old lady who still reminisces about the time she first fell in love. From a girl who must return to her roots to discover the reality of her true love to a stalker who tries to hide his worst secret, even from himself.
The recipient of the YCOF National Excellence Award and the winner of the National Debut Youth Fiction Award 2013, Faraaz Kazi is also called as The Nicholas Sparks of India. A certified soft-skills trainer and a triple post grad, Kazi previously an entrepreneur now works for a multinational agency in Mumbai. He is also the marketing consultant for a few leading publishing houses in India. Fondly referred to as ‘The Young Marketer’, he operates a revolutionary blog with the same name. Kazi is a fellow member of the esteemed Film Writers Association of India and an active member of The International Horror Writers Association. Truly Madly Deeply, his debut mainstream romance novel is the only Indian book to be nominated in seven categories of the Goodreads annual choice awards, apart from being the first Indian novel to win the ‘Best Debut in Romance’ during the same awards. It is also the only Indian book in the ‘Top 100 YA Global Fiction’ list. Kazi is a voracious reader and counts singing as his second love.
Pre-Order started on Amazon India now: http://www.amazon.in/Love-Volatile-Emotions-Faraaz-Kazi/dp/9350881020
Today I read the key article about the influence of our past and gone relationships to our behavior and our aims and goals in the future. Published in the Huffington Post by Jean-Paul Bedard – in my opinion – it makes reading hundreds of books about the subject redundant. The article reveals the center and heart of the problem and how to cope with it: it is us and our attitude towards our story, our past and our relationships. A wonderful article about this subject. Enjoy it! Hans-Jürgen John
Besides Faraaz Kazi is cited in the article:
“Some people are going to leave, but that’s not the end of your story. That’s the end of their part in your story.” — Faraaz Kazi
Oprah Winfreys citation:
“Forgiveness is giving up the hope that the past could have been any different, it’s accepting the past for what it was, and using this moment and this time to help yourself move forward.” — Oprah Winfrey
You find the whole article here: The Haunting Of Our Past
Thank you everyone for making this birthday memorable. Must say I am humbled and feel blessed to have your love and wishes.
As I do every year, I promise to reply to each and everyone of you who wrote to me. Really appreciate the time and effort of my colleagues in my office and a very special thanks to my near and dear ones for the sweet surprises. Once again, thanks to each and everyone from the bottom of my heart. It’s your love and support that keeps me going. God bless you!
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