Soo Who?

InstagramCapture_4270cea2-193e-4108-ae24-e485363ff4feSoo Nathan, aka Surya Vaidyanathan, is an artist, writer, and designer.

Hailing from India, she studied to be an architect and spends her time dabbling in various artistic fields. She sketches things that she sees as well as things she interprets in the funny place that is her brain. When she’s not doing that, she writes bits of fiction, mostly short stories. One time, she wrote an epic fantasy book called The Falcon’s Eye. When she’s not doing that either, she works as a UI/UX designer, buries herself in her Kindle, or plays the piano.

She keeps herself pretty busy, but always has time to talk about art, comics, books, and dogs.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Soo Who?

  1. Hi Surya,

    I heard your interview on 104.8FM a couple of weeks back in Chennai and decided to get this book for my 12 years old daughter thinking that fantasy and princess would be perfect for her. πŸ™‚

    When the book arrived I was surprised at how “big” it was. So I decided to give it a read before handing it to her. Gosh! I was hit by a storm. I just couldn’t put the book down and completed it in a couple of days. Of course, I will keep this book in my library a little longer before giving it to her to read (she still dabbles with Agatha Christie) πŸ™‚

    Congratulations to you on your first book and wish you a super successful writing journey. I admit that I underestimated a young writer when I heard you on radio. Your writing is real mature and deep and your imagination is amazing. I would love to see a movie made out of this book (and the sequels) one day.

    Looking forward to your sequel.

    Any suggestions for young readers and aspiring writers?

    Good luck and good bless.

    Viral Shah

  2. Hello Viral,

    Thank you so much! I’m very honored by your feedback and good wishes, and your letter was a wonderfully pleasant surprise. I’m so glad you enjoyed the book, and words like the ones you gave are the reason I continue to send stories out into the world. I hope your daughter enjoys it as well when she is old enough to read it. πŸ™‚

    Any suggestions that I could give to young readers and writers are the same ones I receive and try to follow consistently. To readers, read good stories, and read with depth, appreciation, and a critical point of view. To writers, keep writing, improve your craft, and finish what you start. That’s all.

    Thank you again,

    Surya V (S.Nathan)

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