Some of the Mentions in Newspapers and Magazines
Featured on The Better India: Jyoti is a thalassemia patient. But, she says, she is more than an illness—she believes in her identity as a novelist, a blogger, a speaker, and a woman. READ MORE
Featured on Your Story (Hindi): आज हम आपको रूबरू करवा रहे हैं एक ऐसी शख्सियत से जिन्होंने थैलेसीमिया मेजर जैसी बीमारी को कभी अपनी सफलता के रास्ते का रोड़ा नहीं बनने दिया और इस शेर को वास्तविकता का रूप देने में सफलता पाई। READ MORE
Featured on Your Story (English): She authored two novels, is a techie, a teacher, a thalassemia crusader, and an inspiration for many. Jyoti is not here to give up, and has a long list of plans for her future. READ MORE
Interview on INDShare: It’s a pleasure to feature Jyoti Arora on INDShare. Jyoti is a Post Graduate in English Literature and Applied Psychology and the author of Two Novels – Dream’s Sake & Lemon Girl. In spite of being a patient of Thalassemia Major, she overcame her medical problems and became a successful writer. READ MORE
Interview on A Book Lover’s World: Let’s welcome the successful Indian author Jyoti Arora, a post graduate in English Literature and Applied Psychology, with two published novels, over five years of freelance writing experience, developing books for kids and abridging 24 famous English novels like Jane Eyre, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn etc. to Book Lover’s World. READ MORE
Interview on WriterStory: I write because I love books. I have always loved books. Even when I didn’t know how to read, the smell and sight of colourful books tempted me more than chocolates. I learnt to read even before I started going to school. And since then my love with the written word is only growing stronger. READ MORE
Interview on Writer’s Ezine: I think I did pour myself quite a lot in the characters of my first novel Dream’s Sake. But the character of Nirvi of Lemon Girl is entirely her how. I created and molded Nirvi’s characters as the story demanded. However, one can perhaps say that Nirvi is resolute like me. Even when she feels that she’s failing herself, she’s still taking bold decisions and choosing her own path. Even in her desperation, and even when she believes that she has nowhere to go, she manages to create a path for herself. That’s like me, I think. I don’t like admitting defeat. And no matter how hard the situation, I try and find a solution for it instead of giving up. READ MORE
Interview on eFiction: Jyoti Arora is the author of two novels. ‘Dreams Sake’, her first novel was published in 2011 by V&S publishers. She self published her second, ‘Lemon Girl’. She is a post graduate in English Literature and Applied Psychology and has a rich work experience of over five years which includes freelance writing, and abridging 24 famous English novels READ MORE
Interview on Artily: Artily has been publishing inspiring articles, but as far as inspiring person is concerned, we would like to introduce you to Jyoti Arora, who is a true idol, a true inspiration for all. Though she is suffering from Thalassaemia, her achievements are greater than her illness. READ MORE
Authors Books and More: Author Jyoti Arora’s second novel LEMON GIRL is out now. In a conversation with Anirban, the author speaks about her motivations as a author and how her second novel emerges from things happening around her. READ MORE
Interview on Bookish Indulgences with B00k R3vi3ws: I recently came across a video that showed how boys are made to learn from very young age that boys don’t cry. And it gets ingrained in their psyche. Similarly, the idea of respecting women and their rights and liberties also need to be ingrained in the minds of kids from childhood. READ MORE
Author’s Ink Literary Awards 2015: My latest novel Lemon Girl is based upon the issue of rape and victim blaming. The rising crimes against women and girls in India and the persisting tendency of always laying the blame on the women disturbed me. I hated the way people kept on trying to accuse the victim and excuse the culprit. This book is my protest against rape and victim-blaming. Lemon Girl asserts that a victim can’t be treated as a culprit just because she’s a woman. A woman deserves just as much respect as a man. READ MORE
Interview on Global Ethics Network: It is always easier to find excuses for a wrong than to understand its causes and implement its resolutions. Especially so when the cause of the wrong lies within ourselves and the resolution is to begin by changing our mindset. READ MORE
Featured on Great Indie Authors: People don’t understand that culture is like a flowing river. It will flow and change its course in time. READ MORE
Featured by Oodles Books: I was fascinated by the talent of the writers whose books we were reading and studying even centuries after they were written. I wanted to try my hands at writing and create that sort of magic too.
Interview on cupidspeaks.com – This is the Interview of Jyoti Arora, author of Dreams Sake. She is a part of the “Authors in Talks” campaign of Cupidspeaks.com. READ HERE
Interviewed by Cait Bourgeois on OpenBeast Inspiration Journal
On blog ‘Between The Lines’: ‘Dream’s Sake‘ by Jyoti Arora is well recommended novel, the review of which featured on BTL lately. Tonight we have Jyoti Arora herself featured on BTL, for a short discussion on life, books, writing, etc. (Click here to read more)
On blog ‘The Vault’: Interview on The Vault: In Conversation With Jyoti Arora
Interviewed by Pakistani Author Zeenat Mahal: Writing is neither a hobby for me, nor a profession. It is my dream, my ambition and my sustenance. I don’t know what hopes my future would have had I not the belief that I am a good writer.
Featured as Inspirational Women on WeAreTheCity: I am a chronic book lover, a compulsive dreamer, an ambitious writer and an impulsive blogger.
Featured on blog Sweet Sharing: “I am a chronic book lover, a compulsive dreamer, an ambitious writer and an impulsive blogger.”
Featured on Living Series: A living series talk with Author Jyoti Arora