About Ravi Prakash Tiwari
He has written 1500 puns and learned 20 thousand words. His books:
1. Intriguing questions of Grammar.
2. An oracle on Grammatical rules.
3. An essay to write an essay and hundreds of puns.
4. A plethora of compositions in ornamental English.
5. Pun is fun only book in the world with 1200+ puns.
6. My mine of Grammar exercises with an explanatory key.
The Literature Times: Welcome to The Literature Times, author. Congratulations on the release of your book. What responses are you getting from your readers? Please share your experience with this book.
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: Many highly educated readers couldn’t understand the titles of my book. They found the usage of many high standard words. They appreciate the use of Ornamental English which is non- existent nowadays. I spent hours at the district library to hone my skills. I looked up a plethora of books, and garnered facts and ideas.
The Literature Times: What encourages you to become an Author?
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: The yearning to get recognition by disseminating knowledge of a different kind to readers stimulates me to become an author.
The Literature Times: What are your favorite topics of writing? Please tell us something about your interest areas in the literature.
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: My favourite topics of writing are grammatical questions and answers, vocabulary, and compositions. Theoretical questions of grammar and writing in ornamental English are my favorite areas.
The Literature Times: We were hoping you could tell us about some of those writers who had inspired you and whom you follow!
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: Honestly speaking, no writer inspired me, and I don’t follow anyone.
The Literature Times: The titles seem different and catchy; how you decided it? Please let us know the story behind it.
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: The title of a book or a movie stimulates the audience. If the title is uncommon, it creates a different perception about a book. Since I have a good knowledge of vocabulary, it didn’t require an endeavour to choose a title.
The Literature Times: What are your achievements so far? Tell us something about your writing career.
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: I can’t speak about my achievements. It is the job of readers and critics. I commenced the profound study of English 4 years ago. I studied 15 grammar books, and learned 20 thousand words. During the lockdown of 2020, I got the leisure to give vent to my creativity. I studied a lot, and wrote a lot in that period of one year.
The Literature Times: What is your current goal in writing a career? How do you see your future in writing?
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: I want to market my books by convincing the Institutes to recommend my books. I want to keep on writing, and make my books part of book fairs libraries. I want to get them reviewed by professional. As the time passes by, I will market them aggressively.
The Literature Times: Are there any other books being worked by you? Please let us know about your future projects.
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: I am working on a comprehensive book on grammatical rules with a very little touch of theory of Grammar so as to make grammar less burdensome to learners. I want to write a book on the Vocabulary for school and college students.
The Literature Times: How you see Indian writing in the 21st century? What changes do you see in the modern way of writing? Do you feel it has been changed by the time?
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: Modern writing is devoid of Ornamental English, and it should be more grammatically correct.
The Literature Times: How easy/ difficult it was for you to publish your book? What message would you like to give to budding authors?
Ravi Prakash Tiwari: The Evincepub made it easy for me to get my manuscript published. Budding authors must strive to bring authenticity in writing. There is no place for plagiarism in creativity. Their writing must set them apart from others.