I write to feed my soul, says author of the book Second Chance , Sandeep Jatwa
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Who is Sandeep Jatwa?\n\nProfessionally, I am a Doctor and completed my MBBS from MGM Medical College Indore. Second Chance is my first published novel but I had written it later; my first written novel is yet to be published and I hope it will be in print in 2018. Many ask me why I published my second novel first and I think it is because I am a Doctor and we don’t do anything the right way, we make it the right way.\n\nWhy do you write?\n\nI write because I enjoy writing and it is not only a profession for me, it is a way of satisfaction. I write to feed my soul, I write to feel love, I write to feel alive. I can’t sleep if I don’t write what is in my mind. You can say writing is sleeping pills for me. The characters, the plot and the dialogues plays in my mind and don’t let me sleep and the plot, characters and dialogues motivated me to become a novelist. I wanted to write with no intention to print it and I did it and when friends read it they encouraged me to get published.\n\nAbout the book\n\nSecond Chance is contemporary fiction, it is a story of a businessman Shekhar Kapoor who learns to live after his death. I wrote it because I wanted to write something which makes people realize that life is beautiful and we just need a different angle to see it. Feelings make us human. Some of us need to be more sensitive towards others’ feelings. This thought gave birth to Second Chance. A story was needed to convey the message and characters that can explain it better. I feel Second Chance will strike the right spot in real life Shekhar and it would change some if not many.\n\nWhy do you think readers will love the book?\n\nI think the readers will enjoy how life can change and how beautiful it can be.\n\nDo you have a reading and writing schedule?�\n\nWhenever I get time I grab a book. I usually read fiction, fantasy, thriller, mystery, and any well written novel. Yeah, life is busy but you have to draw time for what you like. I usually read in nights; yes, I have to sacrifice my sleep for it. I sleep less to write and read.\n\nTell us more about your works\n\nMy next book is combination of sci-fi and fantasy. It would be first book of a series. I feel my readers will like it. Unlike Second Chance, it would not have a social message but it would be entertaining.\n\nAbout the author:\n\nDr. Sandeep Jatwa was born in Ujjain. He attained M.B.B.S. from M.G.M. Medical College, Indore.\nHe has an amazing imagination and spends much of his free time dreaming up stories. He has been writing since 2006 and has completed two novels. The first has yet to be published.\nSandeep�s most urgent wish is to be able to educate children who work in the street and have little opportunity to make something good from their lives. He believes that everyone�s childhood should be awesome, and not a struggle. He is married and is soon going to be a father.\n\nConnect with him on website | Facebook\n\nAuthor(s): Sandeep Jatwa\nPublisher: eBooks2go\nRelease: May 2017\nGenre: Fiction/Contemporary\nBuy from�Amazon � Please use the affiliate link below & share the love!\n\n\n\nBook lovers can �Contribute articles �& �join our Review program to receive review copies of new release books.� And if you are an author, share about you & your book(s) in Author�s corner & do take a look at our unique community approach to Book Marketing.!
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