Interview with Novelist Prakash B. Hegade (P for Poetry, PhD – The Messy Desk)


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Prakash B Hegade is a professor by profession,  who loves to read and write. He always believes that creativity keeps one alive. For him it happens through writing. Following a pathway to perfection is his goal and striving for the same in every field I go keeps him excited.

He has three ebooks published so far. All the three novels are free for download as mentioned in below links:

P for Poetry: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/621492

PhD – The Messy Desk: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/622869

Today Calls Tomorrow – A Love Story: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/623120

p_for_poetry.jpgInterview with Prakash B Hegade:

Matthew Toffolo: What is the general theme and tone of your novel?

Prakash Hegade: I would prefer to vary in everything I write, every time. The novel published “Today Calls Tomorrow” is a love story.

MT: Why should people buy your novel?

PH: Firstly, they are free. Most of them will be as well ahead in the future. I…

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6 thoughts on “Interview with Novelist Prakash B. Hegade (P for Poetry, PhD – The Messy Desk)

  1. I read your book PhD the messy desk and I very much that it’s an exciting journey and there’s no coming out. My brother has received his PhD from Vienna University and having observed his enthusiasm, I can say that PhD requires nothing but commitment and energy.
    The book is simple and interesting to read but do you have some plans to write a detail book on this subject?
    And, congratulations for publishing three e books (:

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