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Interviewing Author Jasveena R Prabhagaran

Interviewing Author Jasveena R Prabhagaran

Q1. Tell me about yourself, and what are your favorite books to read?

A. I come from Malaysia, and I have an Engineering degree and an MBA. I started writing blogs at on social issues, and that’s how I got to engage with writers and readers. I later became a book promotion service provider and founded a business, International Book Promotion. I only read non-fiction, biographies, autobiographies, and anything along those genres. 

Q2. when did you decide you were going to write a book?

A. I received a call from my lecturer, inviting me to co-author a book that discusses the struggles of fresh graduates, and that’s the very moment I know I will be a published co-author real soon. In fact, I am now editing the final version of the manuscript.

Q3. How did you come up with the name of your books?

A. The Sin of a Fresh Graduate is the title of the book we co-authored and the name was picked by one of my co-authors, who came up with the whole idea of writing this book. This name might have stemmed from his discussions with fresh graduates struggling to land a job on LinkedIn.

Q4. What are you working on for 2019?

A. Wrote an article for a local women’s magazine, and in the midst of laying out the book structure for my very own book idea from the year 2013! It’s going to be about the different practices of the human cultures in the world that have been condoning and celebrating women.

Q5.  How long have you been writing?

A. I started as a blogger in 2013. So, probably around 6 years now.

Q6.  What advice would you give other authors? 

A. I am nowhere near qualified to give advice, but what I could say to anyone thinking of writing is to just write.

Q7. where can people find you online?

A. is my blog, I have a page on Facebook by the name of ‘Thoughts and Views That Matter’  On the other hand,  is where the posts on our books would go.

They can also find me on Facebook and Instagram

Q8.  Do you plan on making more books in the future?

A. Definitely, yes. I am planning to turn the book idea I had from 2013 into a published book.

Q9. How many books have you written?

A. The Sin of a Fresh Graduate is my first book

Q10. did you go to college to be a writer?

A. No. I have an Engineering degree and an MBA. I didn’t know I would become a published author at the age of 30, although I used to write short stories and poetries at school!

I would like to say thank you to Author  Jasveena R Prabhagaran for allowing me to interview her on my blog.


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