Author Collaborative

In Conversation with Dr. Yukti Bellani

John Mark Green says,

“Toxic people attach themselves like cinder blocks tied to your ankles, and then invite you for a swim in their poisoned waters.”

More often than not, toxic relationships end up draining us emotionally as well as physically. So, when books that talk about such things which need to be addressed, I’m always ready to read them. One such book I recently read was Twisted Mind Games: Fourteen Hundred and Sixty Days. It tells the tale of a girl who successfully comes out of one such relationship which ruined many years of her life.

Here’s my short review of the book.

Check out detailed review of this book here

I was in awe of the author because she’s a doctor. When I reached out to her for the #AuthorCollaborative, she agreed to read my book The Art of Being Grateful & Other Stories.

Here’s what she had to say about it in her review.


Today, we spoke about each other’s books and other bookish stuff on our Instagram live session.

IG Handle: @arusticmind

Here’s the list of questions I bombarded her with.

Check out the answers here.

She asked me the following questions.

Check out the answers here.

Next came the rapid-fire round. I was curious to know how a young doctor cum author balances her two professional lives, so added some fun questions about that. Have a look at what I asked her.

Check out the answers here.

She had some intersting questions of herself to ask me in the rapid-fire round. Check them out below.

Check out the answers here.

Would you like to know our answers to these questions? Then you can view the video below to have a look/see at our full conversation.

You can learn about the books discussed in this session via the below links:

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