Will be speaking at Litventure this Saturday at 10 AM.
Walk in if you love books and reading them, of course!
Blue, black and a bit of red. Exploring camera angles with Anushka Sharma.
At the Lux Golden Rose Awards last night.
Birthday gift toh ab mila hai! The only regret- not putting on my ‘kaala chashma’
Blue tick arrives on Twitter as well. Find me @FaruKazi on Twitter.
Bakri Eid Mubarak to one and all.
A review of ‘More Than Just Friends’
A lonely Preeti moves to Mumbai post her brother’s death. Succumbing to the burden of depression, she decides to end it all. Just then her doorbell rings. Answering it will change her life forever.
This tale is inspired by the true story of an artist who found that love was the only colour missing from the palette of her life.
About the Author
“My books are like water; those of the great geniuses are wine. (Fortunately) everybody drinks water”- Mark Twain.
The winner of the 2013 National Debut Youth Fiction Award and also the recipient of the YCOF National Excellence award in Creative Writing apart from being the first Indian author to win the coveted ‘Best Debut (Romance)’ title at the international Goodreads choice awards, Faraaz Kazi has been tagged as the ‘Nicholas Sparks of India’ by many and is rated amongst the top male romance writers in the country.
A certified soft-skills trainer and a three-time post grad, Kazi is the Founder and CEO of DigiImprint Solutions, India’s first exclusive promotional agency for authors and artists that recently forayed into handling corporate brands. He also consults for a few public relations firms and publishing houses. Felicitated by numerous institutes, bodies and organizations alike, Kazi is a well-known name in the social media and literary fraternity. He is fondly referred to as ‘The Young Marketer’ and operates a revolutionary blog with the same name and writes for major media houses.
Kazi is a fellow member of the esteemed ‘Film Writers Association of India.’ Truly Madly Deeply, his debut mainstream romance novel is the only Indian book to have seven category nominations in the Goodreads annual readers’ choice awards and 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.
Read the entire review here:
A small excerpt from ‘More Than Just Friends’