Author Interview Taranya Kancharla

1. Can you tell us a little about your book? 

Poems which are both silly and knowledgeable with little jazz in them.


2. Is there a specific event that inspired this story or was this an out of the blue idea?

She started writing at school where parents were not aware and one day the school sent a  parents consent form  for us to sign expressing their  interest publish her writing. One of her acoustics has been published with other kids writing where that content is not included in this book.


3. What got you writing in the first place? 

Taranya is an egulf reader for the age of 6. School could have encouraged her to write or we dont know what made her write at day she wrote randomly at home when her grandmom wasnt well expressing her feelings.


4. What was your impression of your first draft when you read it?

For a child any writing of hers is very appreciative for herself. We as a parent were impressed and thought we should enlarge her profile by encouraging her.


5. Which part of your story connects the most with you? Why?

The most connected one for her was the Tree as she loves trees and animals as we do lot of gardening together and she does many miniature projects on trees by collecting different coloured leaves.  she has strong penchant for animals too and that could be because of reading many books on sad animal facts.

6. What makes your book the one to read?

For any child when the words rhyme especially when in the form of song or poem it drives the attention. So I feel Taranya poems would pursue kids intentions and thoughts as they sound rhymed  with simple meaning.


7. What was the best advice you got while writing? 

The best advice she could give from her poems is the importance of natures beauty and everyday life.


8.Who’s your all time favourite author? Which book of his/hers made you fall in love with them? 

This is Taranyas word: JK Rowlings is her favourite author. All of the Harry potter series because they are adventurous and loads of diction words for learning.


9. What is your evergreen tip to the writers out there?

Reading many poems books but not copy. Ideas scripting onto the paper and forming a structure to them by using rhyming words.


10. What was your hardest scene to write?

You and I was the hardest poem to write because I coudnt find enough sentences.


11. Do you have another plot brewing?

Lets make comics is something i wanna work on

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