“Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams. They are journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and still be back in time for dinner.”
― Neil Gaiman
I’ve always had an affinity for short stories. Especially in the past few years since I’ve kind of become averse to thick books and long form fiction, I’ve found myself engaging more and more in fiction that can be read and completed quickly. So when I came to know of a fellow author’s book that fell under this category, I was all game.
Rabia Sethi’s book Rainbow Rose ticks off almost all the boxes of short form fiction. After reading it, when I asked her if she would like to interact with me over a session in #AuthorCollaborative segment on my social media, she didn’t think twice before agreeing.
Here’s her review of my latest book Love (Try) Angle.
Today evening, we had a nice, long chat with each other, about all kinds of stuff related to writing and reading.
Here is a look at the questions I asked her.
She asked me the following questions.
Before wrapping up the session, we did a fun rapid fire round of questions with one another.
Her questions in this segment were interesting to answer as well:
All in all, it was an evening spent well, getting to learn about each other and from each other.
You can have a look/see at our full conversation in the video below: