NITN | @notintownlive | 11 Jul 2019
Congratulations on the release of 'How “Not” to Become A Surgeon'. What is the feedback from your friends and readers who have already read your book.
I would still not call myself a ‘Writer’, mere authoring a book doesn’t make me one. But this story itself inspired me to write it. In my practice, as a surgeon, I have many stories to tell which can inspire a common man and because of my childhood which I spent in hostel, I value friendship more than anything else. Those were golden days.
Tell me something about your book. Some highlights.
Each day is a new story. Each day is a new inspiration. Each patient is a new challenge. Each recovery is a new boost. Each complication is a new impetus to do much better tomorrow.
Do you plan to take it up as a full time profession if response is good?
But I’ll continue writing stories of friendships, struggles, hurdles, and overcoming the apparently impossible challenges of life. If my writing is honest, if my emotions are true, I’ll connect with my reader.
My next book is about love, where only the heart reaches out, the legs don’t move. Have you ever met a person who is on a wheelchair?
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