Chaitanya Saini: Author Interview

What happens when two very different subject matters are mixed together? Well in today’s case a book was born. A blend of science fiction and spirituality, The Perfect Drug by Chaitanya Saini is an intriguing book. When we at thenotoriousreader came across this book, we knew that we had to know more about it.

Chaitanya Saini is a writer with a hypersensitive personality and an overactive imagination. He believes that none is born a writer, you become one by simply observing the flow of thoughts accompanied by some linguistic elasticity of course. Chaitanya has been writing for five years and scribbles about prose, poems, short stories along with a lot of other things. Because a writer shouldn’t be limited to a format or genre.

What inspires you to pick up your pen and write?

My vivid experiences in life and desire for people to see life through my perspective.

Can you please give us some more information about your book?

My debut book is The Perfect Drug and I am currently working on my next novel: Love me but let me go…

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Can you please tell us more about the main characters of the book?

The main characters are Ananya, Kanika, Akshay, Ananya’s parents, and his professor; Mr. Prakash.

Why did you choose to write about this particular topic?

The topic is a blend b/w sci-fi & spirituality. Both these elements are quite predominant in my life.

Why did you choose this particular genre? Will you be trying your hand at any other genre?

As the name of my second novel suggests, it is young-adult fiction.

When should we expect your next book? What will it be about?

Umm. Really hard to tell. The book is barely 10% complete. I will try to complete it by this year-end and hopefully publish it in the first quarter of next year.

If not a writer, what would have been the career of your choice?

Ahh. I would have been a musician or politician.

Can you tell us about your favourite author/ authors?

I enjoy the work of Oscar Wilde, Gore Vidal, and Prem Chand.

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What do you like to do when you are not busy writing?

You know, running my imagination in the wild, cooking, and meditating.

Are there any words of wisdom that you would like to share with our readers?

Haha. Words of wisdom… Be the light that illuminates the path for others.

You can find out more about the book by clicking here.

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