HCV Kumar

HCV Kumar worked as Senior Vice President and Head Technical with Tata Petrodyne Ltd.  He is also founder of the consulting firm ‘TPC’ based in Mumbai. He earned Masters in Physics from the Osmania University, Hyderabad and a degree in Management. Travelling, to many places in India and with stint in Sudan and Libya, made a positive impact on his life.

His mother, Prof Lalithamba Chandrashekhar, was a prominent author and took up social issues, which were prevalent in her times. He is big fan of Enid Blyton. Kumar’s novel ‘Metu’ follows the simple philosophy of making a story simple, interesting and with a message, and the reader will read this novel from the beginning to the end without a break!!!

Dr. Narendra Pareek

Dr. Narendra Pareek is a child specialist by profession. He was born in Asalpur Jobner, a small village near Jaipur in June, 1968. He finished his early schooling from Dansroli (Sikar) Rajasthan, and did his higher secondary education in the town of Danta (Sikar) Rajasthan.

He did his pre medical first year TDC from M.B. College, Udaipur and MBBS from RNT Medical College, Udaipur. He did his post graduate Diploma in Child Health from SP Medical College, Bikaner. He leads a simplistic life in an old traditional way.

Before this debut book, he has been writing poems and columns in Hindi.

Samyuktha Nair

Samyuktha Nair was born on 24 May, 1996 in Chennai, and loved listening to her parents read stories to her even before she learnt to read herself. She is now a prolific reader and writer, and Mariner’s Compass is her fourth book, after The Warriors of Javida, The Family Mystery, and Sanitised Hallucinations, published in 2012, 2017, and 2019 respectively.
Samyuktha comes from a family that has produced several Naval officers, and loves reading and writing stories that touch upon their lives in some way or the other. She has an MA in English Literature from The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, and is now pursuing her PhD in Translation Studies.

Jagadish Nadanalli

Jagadish Nadanalli completed his civil engineering in 2003. After working in civil engineering field for three years, he chose to pursue his dream of becoming a writer and film director, and joined Kannada film industry in the year 2006. Since then he has written story, screenplay, and dialogues for several kannada movies, TV serials and shows. He self published his book ‘Me My Friends and an Aunty’ in 2014. One of his short stories ‘Bachelor and Baby’ had been selected for for an anthology ‘Chronicles of Urban Nomads’ published by Readomania in 2016. His directorial debut kannada movie ‘Rocket’ was released in 2015. He has also directed a kannada short movie ‘Lottery’ which is available on YouTube. Currently he is working on his next script to direct.

Niraj Bishun

Niraj has been a banker, software consultant and strategy consultant. He writes poetries occasionally in English, Hindi, Urdu and Bhojpuri. Fascinated with prehistory of the Indian subcontinent he is working on fantasy series on development of the Indic civilization. Asur Mahan is the first book in the series.

Asur warlord Varuṇ led his people to the Western Banks to drive out the Yatudhān. Little did he know that the move will lead to emergence of a farming class, clash between his warriors and farmers and then a duel with another Asur warlord Mitra. Meanwhile Asur god Dyaus abdicated in favor of Nārāyaṇ.

Devinder Sharma

Devinder Sharma has worn many hats. After  30 years with top IT companies as business development, he turned a serial entrepreneur, consultant and helped people set and achieve new goals; well-traveled, interests in food, cinema, plant life; yoga and pranayama practitioner; since 2006 a full time writer, Nirankar is his eleventh book. Married, with two daughters, lives in Bangalore. He blogs at

Shri Munindra Misra

Shri Munindra Misra, an Indian writer, has authored over 108 publications. His unique works in English rhyme on Hinduism and Hindu culture, provides a lucid understanding of the Sanatan Dharma. He has dived deep into the basic concepts of Sanatan Dharma, illuminating various scriptures and probing into their inner meaning. His works are path breaking, grasping the true depths of Hinduism. They have never been so exhaustively written in English rhyme previously and do enhance their glow for the English readers.
Birth and Early life
Munindra Misra was born on 16th June 1952 at Allahabad. His father, Pt. Kanhaiya Lal Misra, was an advocate who represented the Government of Uttar Pradesh, India as the Advocate General (1952-69) for over 17 years. Munindra Misra’s primary education was from Welham Boys’ School and thereafter he completed his Senior Cambridge/ I.S.C. from The Doon School in Dehradun. Subsequent to his graduation, and management (ICS) he worked with the Banking Sector.
Work and Style
His writings are unique and rare, and his style of work is in English rhyme. This has not been done so exhaustively by any individual previously.
His works include Chalisa, Stuti, Stotra, Upanishad, Gita, Yoga, Mahabharat, Ramayan, Mahatma Vidur, Chanakya, Panchtantra, Kabir (in English rhyme).
‘Knol’ – a unit of knowledge of Google, has honoured Munindra Misra with a badge and awarded “Top Viewed Author Award” in 2011.
Personal Life
Munindra Misra is the youngest of the 5 sons (Sarva Sri Vijay Prakash Misra, Ravindra Prakash Misra, Justice Ajay Prakash Misra, Ranjan Misra and Munindra Misra) and 3 daughters (Shanti, Jyoti, Priti) of Pt. Kanhaiya Lal Misra, a renowned legal luminary of India. Born in 1952, he lost his mother at the tender age of 17 and his father when he was 22 years old. He is married to Smt Neerja Mishra and has two sons – Akshay & Anubhav.


Mrs. Tanima Tewari, a budding writer, has penned a poetry book and many short stories. She writes in a variety of genres, which describe her thoughts for the surroundings and love for nature. Inspiration to her writing comes in many ways and one of the most inspiring is related to our Nation. According to her, being a patriot, to serve the country is our first duty. Being a soft-hearted person, she is easily agitated by injustice/wrong actions against a woman. This anger reverberates in her writing. Her education has a rich background; she has done Bachelor in Science, MBA and Hospital Management. Her passion for writing sparked when she wrote some rhymes. and it ignited her passion. Later she published a poetry book ” PALLAV TARU KE”. Mrs. Tanima always accepts challenges to write in different genres, and her work include poems, fiction, non-fiction, mythology, children stories, motivation and current topics. Her poems, stories and articles have been published in various magazines and newspapers. Mrs. Tanima grew up in Uttar Pradesh and currently lives in Jaipur. Her father is a doctor and mother is a homemaker. They inculcated good values in her and because of excellent parenting she became more confident and doesn’t hesitate to raise her voice against injustice in the society. She is married to an army officer, providing excellant exposure to explore life. She observes distinct cultures, food habits, people which helped her to know about the diversity in our country and same is reflected in her writing. Mrs. Tanima has two children who gave her a chance to think with a new view She has written many short stories for children covering various topics regarding the problems they face and she also wishes to write a book on child psychology. She always thinks that a child is like a bud, so parents should let him/her bloom in a beautiful flower with their help and support. Her personal journey as writer has resonance for thoughts, customs and her imaginary world. She does not know what the future holds but she prays that the ink of her pen always shape her thoughts and creativity in the way she wants.

Praveen Basotia

Born on 14 July 1994, District Yamunanagar, Haryana. 

His journey has been full of struggles. In 2003, when he was in the third grade, it was very difficult to get proper education in government schools.  Many teachers used to take out food and drink all day long and did not paid attention to the children.  Being youngest, family’s attachment was very high.  He studied up to class 12 from the government school. Because of the poor conditions, he could not pursue it further.  His morale was broken, because he understood the importance of education at that time.  Then, he decided to do a computer diploma and passed 1 year 6 months Diploma in 2012.  After that, he started working in a printing shop and worked there for 2 years. Meanwhile, he also used to write.  After some time he moved to Mumbai, but father’s illness brought him back home.  Even with the job, he kept writing and is dynamic with his steadfast goal.

फूल सिंह कलसानिया

फूल सिंह कलसानिया (जन्म 10 जनवरी 1983 जिला शामली, उत्तर प्रदेश) का आरंभिक जीवन पिता के स्वर्गवास के बाद विपरीत परिस्थिति में  गुजरा | ऐसी गंभीर परिस्थिति में बड़े भाइयों ने ही घर-परिवार और विपरीत परिस्थितियों से टूट चुकी माता जी को संभाला व डूबते परिवार को बचाने का प्रयास किया | छोटे भाई-बहनों का ख्याल-ध्यान रखा लेकिन कभी भी पिता की कमी महसूस नहीं होने दी | वक़्त-बेवक़्त आने वाले कष्टों का परिवार ने दृढ़ता से सामना किया |

आधुनिक युग के बदलते समाज से प्राप्त सभी घटनाओं को सत्य और अनुभव के आधार पर ही सभी भावों और विचारों को पुस्तक में प्रस्तुत किया है | रचनाएँ पाठकों का समय-समय पर मार्ग दर्शन करती नजर आएँगी |

Jitendra Anand

Jitendra Anand studied Civil Engineering from MNIT, Jaipur and IIT, Roorkee. He qualified Engineering Services Examination (IES) in 1993 and 1994 and served GOI till 2007. He has extensive experience of working with BRO, CPWD, Corporate Sector, as consultant in UNDP, Smart City, Ujjain and Mahatma Gandhi NREGA. He has written four novels. He ventured in publishing by great coincidence and pursuing with passion.

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