ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Sujata Chatterjee is a post graduate in Anaesthesiology from Tata Hospital, Mumbai. She has passed a course of Journalism from Delhi School of Journalism.
She has also written for the magazine "Women's Era" in the page "The Patient I cannot Forget." She runs an e-magazine Elitte (Elitte health, Elitte kitchen, Elitte Travels, Elitte Tours, Elitte Cuddly Toys, Elitte Inspirational Quotes, Elitte Beautiful women etc.)
She is also the President of Sabujer Abhijan an NGO that works for showcasing the talents of young students on stage.
Her first book to be published is Flights of Fantasy published by London Miscellany is a collection of short stories.
Looking through the Prism published by Notion Press, a collection of motivational poetry of various flavours is her second book to be published.
Q. Characterize yourself in one word?
Q. Please describe what the story/book is about in one sentence.
The book Looking Through The Prism is a collection of motivational poetry budding in the lap of nature.
Q. Briefly, what led up to this book? What were you writing (and getting published, if applicable) before breaking out with this book?
I have already published my first book, Flights of Fantasy, a collection of short stories. Many of my short stories have been published in the magazine Women's Era.
I am also the editor and admin of the e-magazine Elitte (Elitte Health, Elitte Kitchen, Elitte Travels, Elitte tours, Elitte's inspirational quotes, Elitte's cuddly toys etc.).
I was the President of an NGO Sabujer Abhijaan which showcased on stage the young talents of the society.
I have passed a course of Journalism from the Delhi School of Journalism. I have been writing since childhood and publishing of "Looking Through The Prism" is a dream come true.
Q. What has been your biggest achievement?
My greatest achievement is publishing 2 of my books and showcasing them at Delhi International Book Fair, Chennai Book fair and the book release of Looking Through The Prism at Kolkata International Book Fair.
Q. Looking back, what did you do right that helped you break in?
Publishing with Notion Press was the right thing I have ever done. Achieving a target and submitting my work before the deadline was perhaps the best thing I have done.
Q. Did you have a platform in place? On this topic, what are you doing to build a platform and gain readership?
I started afresh. I did not have any platform in place except my pen, paper, and dreams.
At present, I am trying to reach out to people on the social networking site like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and Twitter.
I am also proud to inform everyone that along with 10 more authors my book Looking Through The Prism and myself are sponsoring the Social Interschool Quiz Contest 2018 at DPS, Delhi, featuring the display of my book at the table.
I have entertained the book reviews and have also joined a Facebook page for authors " United by Ink" which is the official sponsorer of the event.
My book Looking Through The Prism has been selected by Notion Press and Kwality Book House for display in the stalls of Delhi & Kolkata International book fair and Chennai Book fair. It was officially launched at Kolkata book fair on 5th February 2018.
I have also signed in to SALISMANIA.com for the review, interview, promotion, and marketing of my book.
Q. Favorite novel?
"The Fault in our Stars" by John Green
Q. Something personal about you people may be surprised to know?
I am a survivor. Four years ago, I fought with Death at Apollo Hospital, Kolkata and emerged victorious.
Q. Future of SALISMANIA.com through your eyes?
SALISMANIA.com has a long way to go towards stardom. Kudos to the team in your effort to promote nascent books of newbie authors.