The Hand of Destiny
Srividya Srinivasan with Aparajith Dinesh
Aparajith Dinesh is the founder and host of the popular Project Z Pinzboard, an IGTV platform that features Gen Z journeys, and the soon to be launched ‘The PZ Podcast’.
He dabbles in visual and graphic art, and is an avid reader of books and life around him. He loves to study people, triggers, and the stories behind what makes individuals behave the way they do. He is currently pursuing a Social Science major in Psychology at the University of Roosevelt, Netherlands, and wants to pursue forensic psychology.
Srividya Srinivasan is an author, poet, philosopher, film-maker, traveler and entrepreneur. She runs Rasters Media Integrated, a creative, strategy and communication boutique firm. An unapologetic individualist and free spirit with an exuberance for life, she has fiercely blazed her own trail in media and creative communication for over two and half decades, traveling across India in the course of her work. A committed activist who speaks through her poetry and writings, a film-maker who directs and produces high-quality content, a social worker who ran a home for underprivileged children, an avid food enthusiast, a lover of stories and words, cinema and travel, coffee and conversations, her’s is a world of endless curiosity and imagination, movement and stillness. Above all, she is a believer in life, grace, wit, laughter, beauty, honesty and the courage of the human spirit. She is based in Bangalore, India.
Her first book ‘A Thick Fat Finger and other Stories’, a collection of short stories on human interest. Her second book ‘Kill Me with Love’ is a psycho-thriller novel, has been published by Juggernaut Publishing House and is retailed through their website. Her third book ‘The Hand of Destiny’, – a political novel on terrorism and the randomness of human tragedy has been brought out by Leadstart Publishing and available online globally on Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, and also bookstores across India.
She has nearly 18 more books in the pipeline, at various stages of completion. She also explores flash fiction and memes and many of her quotes and poems are extremely popular over the internet.