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Rushati Ghosh, a published author, has been secretly writing stories since early childhood days, hiding them under table mats, bed mattresses and in her brother's retired toy boxes. After deriving and ‘hence, proving’ numerous theorems in Mathematics (Hons.), she journeyed off to the corporate world to prove her mettle in the sector’s very own Game of Thrones.
Subsequently carving a wonderful career graph at McKinsey & Co., Rushati’s creative juices overflew as she attended writing sessions at SACAC over weekends. And one fine day, Rushati bid farewell in the very style of Bilbo Baggins of Lord of the Rings and took a U-turn from the world of corporate, to finally enter her realm of creativity.
She is often found writing stories in cafes, libraries, airplanes and by the beaches. Her debut book in the series, The Turbo Gang, has recently come out and is about a gang of superhero kids with special abilities. One of her short stories has also turned into a short film, Aghatit.
Rushati is now under complete influence of her overly fertile mind and churning out a YA fantasy-mythology novel along with a very creative full-time job at an EduTech company.
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