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10 Young Authors of India – National Youth Day | Kavishala

Indian young authors are slowly gaining more recognition, as their voices present a new perspective on conventional everyday topics, and their originality makes for novels that are profound and inspiring. More opportunities are beginning to open up for those in the younger generation who want to pursue writing seriously, as a full time profession. Though writing can be intimidating given the vast array of authors that seem to dominate the field, the following young female authors of India prove how they have been able to make a name for themselves by doing what they love. Here is the list of 10 Young Female authors Who are entertaining us and their passionate readers: 

  1. Preeti Shenoy:  Preeti Shenoy is an Indian author and blogger. During her school years, Shenoy studied at Kendriya Vidyalaya. Shenoy is also a self-taught artist. After writing as a blogger, Shenoy published her first book, 34 Bubblegums and Candies, a collection of short stories based on real-life incidents. The second book by Shenoy, Life Is What You Make It, was published on 1 January 2011 and became a national bestseller, along with its sequel, Wake Up, Life Is Calling. Tea for Two and a Piece of Cake was published by RHI on 1 February 2012. Her fourth book, The Secret Wish List was released in October 2012. Her fifth book, The One You Cannot Have was released in November 2013. In December 2014, she released yet another fiction novel, It Happens for a Reason, the story of a single mother Vipasha. Her book Why We Love The Way We Do is a collection of essays on relationships. It's All in the Planet's was published in September 2016. A Hundred Little Flames was released in November 2017. Love A Little Stronger was released on 27 April 2018. The Rule Breakers was released on 17 September 2018. She was awarded an Indian of the Year award by Brands Academy and also received a business excellence award from the New Delhi Management Institute. She was a keynote speaker at the Birmingham Literature Festival.
  2. Madhuri Banerjee: Madhuri Banerjee (born 9 August 1975) is an Indian author, columnist and screenwriter. Her debut novel Losing My Virginity And Other Dumb Ideas sold over 40,000 copies. The writer of the successful Bollywood film, Hate Story 2, she has also worked with actress Karishma Kapoor on a non-fiction book called The Yummy Mummy Guide. Banerjee was a columnist with Asian Age for two years and had a sex and relationship column in the Maxim magazine. Her awards include National Award for her documentary on women’s issues called Between Dualities. She has been the face of Revlon as their Relationship Expert for their campaign Choices. Banerjee has been called by Cosmo magazine as the Carrie Bradshaw of India and has also been featured in the India Today Woman magazine twice in her six years as an author. A documentary was made about her by Dove as a Yahoo Fearless and Fab Woman, available on the Yahoo website. Shobhaa De calls her a Raja Ravi Verma painting and says about her debut novel, "Madhuri’s spunky, vivid take on negotiating sexual space in today’s insane social environment has won her several fans across the gender divide! BOOKS: Losing My Virginity And Other Dumb Ideas (2011), Mistakes Like Love And Sex (2012), My Yummy Mummy Guide (2013), Advantage Love (2014), Scandalous Housewives (2014), My Clingy Girlfriend (2015), Forbidden Desires (2016), The Flaky Mummy (2016)
  3. Kiran Manral: Kiran Manral (born 1971) is an Indian author. Based in Mumbai, she published her first novel The Reluctant Detective in 2011. Karmic Kids (2015) her first non-fiction work, is an introduction to parenting based on her own experience of raising a son. Manral is the founder of India Helps, a network of volunteers who assist disaster victims. Born in Mumbai on 22 June 1971, Manral studied at Duruelo Convent High School in Mumbai and graduated in English from Mithibai College in 1991. After working as an advertising copywriter, she joined the news service at Mumbai's DSJ TV and went on to work as a feature writer for The Times of India and Cosmopolitan India. In 2000, she became a freelance journalist and, from 2005, a blogger creating "Thirtysixandcounting" and "Karmickids". At their height, both were considered to be among the most popular blogs in India, before she closed them down in order to devote more time to motherhood. She then turned to writing, publishing The Reluctant Detective in 2011, which received generally positive reviews. Once upon a Crush which followed in 2014 describes the romance experienced by an office girl who constantly runs into misfortunes. Manral comes up with another romance in her All Aboard (2015), set on a Mediterranean cruise ship. The same year, Manral published her first non-fiction work, Karmic Kids, describing her experience of bringing up her spirited son from childbirth to age ten. One calls for the book "to be read by everyone", not just mothers. Set in the Himalayan foothills, her novel, The Face at the Window, is described as "a dark brooding story of mysterious, concealed identities." Her novella, Saving Maya, was long listed for the Saboteur Awards UK, supported by the Arts Council England. She published Missing, Presumed Dead, a psychological thriller in 2018. The Times of India called it "a must-read for everyone who knows a dear one battling mental illness." In 2019, she published 13 Steps to Bloody Good Parenting which she co-wrote with author Ashwin Sanghi. She has also written the True Love Stories series and A Boy's Guide To Growing Up for Juggernaut, an app-based reading platform.
  4. Ira Trivedi: Ira Trivedi is an Indian author, columnist, and yoga teacher. She writes both fiction and nonfiction, often on issues related to women and gender in India. Her works include India in Love: Marriage and Sexuality in the 21st Century, What Would You Do to Save the World?, The Great Indian Love Story, and There's No Love on Wall Street. Trivedi was born in Lucknow, India. Her grandmother is author Kranti Trivedi. Trivedi bega
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