She did her Bachelors in commerce and Masters in Computer Management. She worked for three years as a Business Analyst in a corporate environment, doing majorly research cum analysis. She now works as a Director in a Software Company founded by her husband and is helping him follow his dream.
She loves to write fiction and her short stories and poems have been published in magazines and books. Her story, “Love They Neighbour” from book 25 Strokes of Kindness has been praised by many. Her short story “The Opposite of Love” is featured in Life Sundae published by BSC Publishers. “The Heroes“, a story very close to her heart, is being featured in an anthology Mighty Thoughts, published by Sanmati Publishers. This story is also special to her as the book features her father’s debut story, side by side.
Prity started to write when she was twelve. She was greatly inspired by reading thriller novels written by the Master Storyteller, Sidney Sheldon. His books started to strengthen its roots as an inspiration to her writing.
She loves writing Women’s Fiction, especially Romance and Thrillers. She also loves to write heart warming short stories and wishes to publish a short story collection someday.
“I see an exceptional tale in every ordinary slice of life! I enjoy writing more than anything I do. It’s a necessity, a need, a desire, a passion, and a dream… I see stories everywhere and I wish to treasure them into books. Books that can reach everyone and touch everyone’s heart and soul.”
She aims to write till her hearts content and give her readers something unique with every piece of her work.
She tells how it all began:
“An old room with shack full of files building a strong wall and desperate people stretching the hours burning their oils, waiting for the sun to sink in, I sitting alone with just a paper and a pencil; my average day after school in my mom’s office when I was twelve.
Otherwise I would prefer spending my time reading books but the ones I carried were stiff boring filled with all the history and geography doctrine. So I started to explore my mind and jot them into words by spilling them out on the gullible paper using the solid lead pencil I carried.
Words slowly started to make sense and people who read them, enjoyed them. My life’s major breakthrough, not the biggest but the earliest, was when one of those stories, formed in the old storage house, won a prize in a magazine’s story writing competition.
I started to write as I read; children books, romantic novels and ultimately thrillers. I always enjoyed reading Sidney Sheldon and I have to say that his books were the true inspiration towards my thriller writing accomplishments.”