31 October, 2020

Ravi Subramanian

The banker-turned-author on his new book

Ravi Subramanian

Tell us about The Best Seller She Wrote.

It is a genre I call romantic intri­gue, a coming together of the world of human relationships and counterfeit pleasures of an illicit liaison.

How did the idea come about?

At a previous litfest, I had a discussion with other writers about a book as a product of another author’s illicit liaisons. That’s where the idea arose.

Why the switch from banking?

I wrote my first book with the intent of being remembered for posterity. Success made me greedy and I kept writing.

Who has been your inspiration as a writer?

My readers. The more they read, the more it inspires me to write.

Are your books based on real-­life experiences?

Yes, I borrow heavily from real life. Even here, you can relate to a lot of things.

Any readers’ feedback?

I was rewarded when a reader said I have improved hugely with each book. The books have been...



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