Wonder Boy Author, TEDX speaker YASH TIWARI – “In-depth and proper conceptualization is something that a lot many aspiring writers miss out on”.


Being dynamic, articulate and successful is only possible with the strong support of your parents who notice that passionate vulnerability within their child. The nurturing and nourishing phase takes your child leaps and bounds, and way ahead of his peers. Wonder Boy author, TEDx and Josh speaker Yash Tiwari has made India proud with his magical, stupendous success at such a young age.

#LondonGoodTimes and #AryemanSaysSo take pride in featuring this author and offer a standing ovation for his parents who have supported his dynamism. More power to you Yash Tiwari!!

Brief introduction of the author:

18 Years Old Yash Tiwari has delivered 4 TED Talks and A Josh Talk, is an International Youth Mentor, a public speaker, an award winning author of two books,

With his critically acclaimed debut novel "A celebration in tribulation" written, at the age of 16, he recently has also authored “Pandemic 2020 - Rife of the Virus” world's first novel on the ongoing corona virus outbreak. He has been awarded among the "top 100 inspiring authors of India by the Indian Awaz", awarded with "Author of the year" award by Ne8x.


How long did it take to get your first novel / book published?

As reported, I completed the writing process of my debut novel two years back, titled "A Celebration In Tribulation" within a record time of just 22 days. I had written that one when I was just 16 years old. And my second and latest novel, PANDEMIC 2020, I completed writing in less than a month as well!

This one, I've authored at the age of 18 right now. However, it wasn't a predefined time period I had in my mind as I embarked on the journey of writing both of these novels. It was simply the result of putting in a great amount of effort in the process of writing, and maintaining a consistently throughout the process.

What mistakes did you make with the publishing of your first book which you try not to repeat?

I wouldn't call them mistakes, per say. It was more about the fact that I wasn't aware of a lot many modalities of getting a book out in the market with my first one, two years back. Part of it was because I was just 16 years old.

The other part of it was because A Celebration In Tribulation, my debut novel, was in fact my first ever major literary project. But eventually, that was the one project after which I was invited to deliver 4 TED talks and a Josh Talk, along with multiple awards and international critical acclaim. So it's safe to say that the right actions and choices are major in number over here, and the wrong ones are minimal.

Can you focus on working on two books or stories at the same time?

Absolutely, yes! Here's a clear example of that, from PANDEMIC 2020 itself - my latest novel and World's First Novel on Corona Virus Outbreak. We have four distinct yet interconnected tales narrated through my novel, Pandemic 2020.

Huiqing - an impoverished boy in China, Alanna - a helpless doctor in the U.S., Terrell - a stranded traveller in Italy, and Yash - a blooming journalist in India - Pandemic 2020 - Rife of the Virus, provides a harrowing look at how the pandemic turned the lives of everyone around the world upside down. The globally-interconnecting tales are based on actual incidents, mishaps, stories, from all around the world, intriguingly blending majorly affected regions around the world through characters facing the severity of one common pandemic, the Corona Virus outbreak.

Here, I was essentially working on 4 completely different characters, from 4 entirely different background and stories. I love doing that. I think that also maintains a freshness in my own mind about whatever project I'm working on.

Is there a modus operandi you follow and formulate before you actually start writing your next book?

So my modus operandi is something that I guide and teach hundreds upon thousands of budding and aspiring writers every month as well when I deliver workshops and seminars on Creative Writing and Story Building.

It is the art of Conceptualization that I consider as the most important first step for beginning with a story, whether it is going to be 5-6 pages long or of a full-fledged novel. In-depth and proper conceptualization is something that a lot many aspiring writers miss out on.

Without having a proper concept in my mind about the outline of the story - be it about how the characters will develop, or how the plot will progress - I never begin working on the writing process in the first place.  I only start writing the story once I have a strong, dependable, intriguing and understandable detailed concept outline in my hand on what I'll be writing about.

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Yash Tiwari videos (TEDx and Josh)

1. https://youtu.be/BCFhsSTxg3k