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Author Interview: Faraaz Kazi

Faraaz Kazi in interview with infibeam

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:
http://blog.infibeam.com/2015/02/faraaz-kazi-author-interview

Faraaz Kazi is on Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia and Johntext. You can write him here: contact@faraazkazi.com or on the “contact” – part of his website www.faraazkazi.com.

Faraaz Kazi: Truly, Madly, Deeply

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Faraaz Kazi: Truly, Madly, Deeply – A Novel

Novel By Faraaz Kazi Truly, Madly, Deeply

Because sometimes people actually do feel that way. Sometimes you feel like it’s caving in on you.
Sometimes people really do feel like they don’t want to exist,
Something like they want to curl up in a ball and drift into that place between life and death saying ‘I don’t want to exist.’
No, it is not the same as ‘I want to die’.
It’s just saying ‘For the time being, I wish I could go somewhere and not have to feel.’
No stupid, there is nothing wrong in that, perhaps you won’t understand because you haven’t walked my path…
And if you don’t know how it feels this way, then you have no right to judge someone who does!

Faraaz Kazi is on Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia and Johntext. You can write him here: contact@faraazkazi.com or on the “contact” – part of his website www.faraazkazi.com.