You’re The Password To My Life
by Sudeep Nagarkar
We all have that one person in our lives in whose absence our existence seems meaningless! Virat and Kavya are like chalk and cheese. While Virat is cautious and reserved, Kavya is outgoing and likes to lead a life full of reckless fun. In spite of their differences, they are thick friends and not even Mahek, the love of Virat’s life, can come in the way of that. But, as happens in every relationship, their friendship is put to the test when an unforeseen incident hits them all of a sudden. Can Aditya, along with his cousin, come to their rescue yet again? You’re the Password to My Life is a true story that shows you how friendship is the only ship’ that does not sink.
About The Author
Sudeep Nagarakar (born 26 February 1988) is an Indian novelist and writer of fiction. His first novel, Few Things Left Unsaid, was published in 2011. Till 2015, six novels authored by him have been published. He is the recipient of the 2013 Youth Achievers’ Award for writing for being one of the highest selling writers in India in romance genre. His book It started with a friend request was the most popular fiction book of 2013, according to Amazon India. Sudeep’s first book, Few Things Left Unsaid, was published on 10 July 2011. His second book, That’s the way we met, was published on 1 July 2012. Soon after the release of his second book, he quit his job at an IT company in 2012 to fully devote his time to writing. He also faced stiff opposition from his family when he decided to turn out into a full-time writer. His first two novels were inspired by his own life. Sudeep was in the habit of penning a diary which consisted of his college experiences and memories. He received “Youth achievers” award in August 2013 for writing three bestselling novels back to back and for being one of the highest selling romance author in India. His debut novel Few Things Left Unsaid is likely going to be adopted for Marathi feature film in 2016.
Apart from writing novels he has been invited for motivational and guest lecture in various institutions and organisations. He has also written scripts for Marathi shows and is developing concepts and stories for Indian television channels Colours and Sony. According to his own conclusion from his own official Facebook page, a large bulk of his readership belongs to the age group 1626 He was also nominated for the list of “Top 100 influential celebrities of India of 2014” by Forbes India. Besides writing books he is an avid book reader and music enthusiast His latest and seventh book is going to be launched in the summer of 2016.