Akhila Saroha: Let me begin by extending my congratulations on the publication of “The Lost Last Son.” How has the book been received thus far? So far, my book has been well received and it would certainly require time to achieve success for an emerging author such as myself.
Akhila Saroha: What inspired the idea behind writing “The Lost Last Son”? Were there specific events that served as catalysts for this work?
Salome Nirmal: My personal experience served as the inspiration behind the book Lost Son.
Akhila Saroha: Could you share insights into the decision-making process behind the arrangement of events in “The Lost Last Son” and the challenge of ensuring simplicity for the readers to comprehend?
Salome Nirmal: As I mentioned previously, the novel ‘Lost Son’ unfolded swiftly. With a clear understanding of the story’s essence, I found it effortless to transcribe it onto paper.
Akhila Saroha: What are your thoughts on contemporary writing? Does it adequately capture human nature, especially in the context of “The Lost Last Son”?
Salome Nirmal: Contemporary writing provides a seamless connection with the audience due to its relevance to the present time. However, I appreciate both contemporary and modern styles of writing. In my book, ‘The Lost Son,’ I explore and address situations pertaining to both styles.
Akhila Saroha: “The Lost Last Son” showcases a unique writing style. Are there any authors you particularly enjoy reading or specific books that hold a special place in your favorites?
Salome Nirmal: I have encountered numerous aspects that I could delve into, but one recent area of interest for me pertains to the literary works of Colleen Hoover. Specifically, I have developed a fondness for her books that embody a contemporary style of writing, allowing her to effectively establish a connection with the audience by means of simplicity and a notably clear presentation.
Akhila Saroha: How would you characterize the appeal of “The Lost Last Son,” considering it seems to resonate with a diverse audience?
Salome Nirmal: The Lost Son is a literary work that encompasses a myriad of emotions and incorporates elements of horror. Primarily, it serves as a captivating exploration of a police officer’s personal history. The thriller aspects within the book are poised to resonate with a wide range of readers, making it an appealing choice that is bound to positively impact its audience.
Akhila Saroha: Your book “The Lost Last Son” has introduced readers to your potential as a writer. Can they anticipate more projects from you in the future? Could you share any insights into your upcoming works?
Salome Nirmal: I am particularly excited to share news about my upcoming book, which will be a psychological thriller. Although I have not yet written it, I am eager to begin working on this project.
Akhila Saroha: What is the story behind the title “The Lost Last Son”?
Salome Nirmal: The title serves as the central component of the book.
Akhila Saroha: Among various writing styles, what prompted you to choose prose for “The Lost Last Son”?
Salome Nirmal: I believe that this particular style of presentation will effectively engage and connect with the intended audience.
Akhila Saroha: In the contemporary landscape, the ideas presented in “The Lost Last Son” seem somewhat underrepresented. In your opinion, what might be the reason for this?
Salome Nirmal: technology may be one the reason.
Akhila Saroha: If you were to encapsulate “The Lost Last Son” in a few words without revealing any spoilers, how would you describe it?
Salome Nirmal: The book Lost Son is suitable for people who not only derive pleasure from reading but also for those who only occasionally engage with reading. It is bound to be a delightful experience.
Akhila Saroha: What advice do you have for aspiring writers contemplating venturing into the same genre as “The Lost Last Son”?
Salome Nirmal: Every individual possesses their own distinct approach to storytelling. As I am currently in a learning phase, I would advise anyone observing, exploring one’s surroundings, and engaging in conversations with people in order to enhance writing skills, regardless of the genre of literature.
Akhila Saroha: Thank you for taking the time. I eagerly anticipate exploring more of your literary works in the future. Best wishes.
Salome Nirmal: Thank you do much.