Let’s give a warm welcome to Mohan K.
1. Please tell us the name of your book. The ebook is titled “A Child Lost in Flight : Moving on after tragedy on Flight 229”
2. When did you know you wanted to be a writer? I have written articles for magazines and blogs in the past. I wanted to share my experiences on a personal incident in the form of a longer narrative. Hence the book
3. Are you self-published? Yes, the book is self-published.
4. What has been the most difficult part about being a writer? The most difficult part of being a write is to get the word out. There are thousands of books published every day, many of them self published. Standing out from the crowd is getting harder, especially for novice authors.
5. When you find the time, what sort of books do you like to read? I read all kinds of book including non-fiction and fictional novels. I prefer books on business and economics in nonfiction category.
6. Tell us a little about the book’s theme? A Child Lost in Flight is a biographical first person account of a father coming to grips with the sudden death of his child on an international flight. The story is about his tragedy and the author’s experiences in recovering and moving on. Written in the first person, it is a short story (only 59 pages) that chronicles the family’s experience aboard Jet Airways Brussels-Delhi Flight. The first half of the book details the events on the international flight that contributed to the infant’s death and the author’s frustration with Jet Airways.
The second half of the book chronicles the author’s attempt to move on after the tragedy. The message I received was that “living in the present” was key to the author healing his heartache. He describes how he initially questioned his own Karma and couldn’t find any peace of mind. The story weaves together inspiration and a practical approach to managing crisis and life changing events. It is ultimately about human triumph over tragedy.
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