Author Interview: Divya Vats, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India


Divya Vats

By Noel Lorenz

Founder of Noel Lorenz House of Fiction (NLHF)

Tell us something about yourself. Who are you as a person? What are your likes and dislikes?

I am a Certified Parenting Coach, Certified Mind Trainer, Certified Career Strategist, and work as a Coach and Counselor. During this pandemic, I have started writing duly. The hobby of writing was from childhood, but the identity was limited. Now I am increasing my identity. My name describes my personality. I am a very much optimistic person who believes in positivity. I am stating forward. I have my analytical skills. I can motivate people for the better.

I don’t like Problematic people who always see negativity.

What do you do, and how has it influenced your poetry?

I am a daughter-in-law, wife, mother along with my professional life, so I am getting a chance to play many characters in this life together so that I can be an inspiration to others in a better way, and this is what I am trying to be.

How has writing built you?

I am now known to others as a content writer or a motivational writer. I am happy with it.

What are your Achievements? Awards, if any?

I have written as a co-author in some anthologies. I have also written some rhymes and ghazals. A singer has also given voice to a bhajan written by me, and it is also available on Amazon Music.

Tell us a bit about how much time you spend in a day on writing. Are you a disciplined writer or a spontaneous one?

I am a spontaneous writer. I make my “Me Time” for writing.

Are you a reader yourself? What are some of your favorite books?

Yes, I love to read. Being a language and literature student, I love all kinds of stuff to read.

A literary figure you would love to meet.

Kumar Vishwas, Manoj Muntasir.

Any new projects that you are currently working on?

I am working on some anthology.

Author Interview: Divya Vats, Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India

My heartfelt thanks to Nandita Rani Giri, who is my first compiler. I wish her very good luck.

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