Anita Nair and Tiger discuss Alphabet Soup for Lovers

“No book can be a happy ending per say. It is not so in real life. There can be a happy ending for the book but the characters cannot be happy ever after. Life is more real and practical. I like my stories to be the same as life.”

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Madhavi S Mahadevan and her short stories

I read Madhavi’s latest book Doppelgänger Short stories and was impressed with the simple yet charming way of writing and I had to speak to her and bring her life to you. So here is what happened when Madhavi Talked to Tiger. Madhavi opens up in a rare discussion about her childhood, her motivation and also…

Swati and the Punjabi Thali

How does living in a Punjabi family look like? What if you are married to one? We all know that Punjabis have a flavour for all that is good. A little extra dollop of makkan, sweet, juice, food and frolic. Well her new book captures the eccentric lifestyle of a typical Punjabi household with all…

Sujata Parashar Talks to Tiger

Exploring the complexity of human relationships is a tough job. It is even tougher when you are creating a world of your own in a book and have all the characters at your mercy. Sujata does a fantastic job of creating an exciting tale of two people who come together. In this bare all interview…

Brendan O’Reilly and facts about china

Whether you want to find out about the things to do in China or attractions in China, you don’t have to check anymore. Brendan O’Reilly has a one stop destination in his new book: ’50 things you didn’t know about China’ which not just gives you a cultural insight in to the facts about China…

Susy Matthew and the Historic Fiction

When you delve into historical fiction, you are literally playing with fire. However, when you have your facts right and can weave an interesting story line people will love it. Not as easy as it seems though. Susy Matthew has come out with two such books and I had the chance to review her latest…

Saurabh Garg & The Nidhi Kapoor Story

Saurabh Garg was indeed cool about the interview when we spoke for his new book. As I got busy with my work and took time in posting this interview he was really calm and didn’t bother me.  What made me come back to him was the beauty of his book – The Nidhi Kapoor Story…

Subbu and his code

P. G. Woodhouse once said, “Pretty silly it will make him feel, I rather fancy”, when responding to a critic. It is not that rare to find people who have heard of his name but it is definitely rare to find experts on PGW and someone who can indulge you in a discussion. Bala is…

Alan Hardy and Good Queen Beth

Some people are destined to write. Alan Hardy is one of them. From teaching English and writing poetry, he has explored all the literary forms before coming out with his three books. Here is what we found out when the very gifted Alan Hardy met Talk To Tiger as a part of our author interviews where we…

Tulika Tripathi & Alice in CorporateLand

Tulika Tripathi is the Managing Director for pan-Asian operations of a US listed global talent solutions company. With her book Alice in Corporateland releasing recently, Tulika is really busy and yet we could persuade her to Talk To Tiger as a part of our author interviews where we catch up with famous authors and their books….

Never Say Never – Anjali Kirpalani

Anjali Kirpalani is a dreamer who loves travelling, reading and dancing. Born in India, she lived in South Africa for 8 years and finally came back to Mumbai in 2008. A multitalented professional who has had various jobs ranging from radio jockeying, business management, marketing, TV reporting, print journalism and voice-over artistry. Anjali recently co-founded a PR, Marketing and Social Media…

Jan Raymond and Circle of Five

Update: Jan Raymond comes out of hiding to reveal her true identity as Jiji Krishnamurthy. Amazing what a chat can do. Especially when it is Talk to Tiger 🙂Writing under the pen name of Jan Raymond this author who describes herself lazy is enjoying the growing success of her book – Circle Of Five! Exploring…