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Young writers @ Book Fair 

Published : Thursday, 22 February, 2018 at 12:00 AM  Count : 354

Ekushey Boi Mela serves as an avenue of opportunity for new writers to introduce their literary work to book lovers. The newcomers in the literary arena wait all the year for this book fair to publish their new works. As popular and reputed writers hit the bestseller records, new writers are usually lost in the obscure crowd of writers.
This year, Young Observer is introducing some of the promising young writers who have proved their intransigence in their own field of writing.
 
Niaz Ahmed
Young writers @ Book Fair 

Young writers @ Book Fair 

Niaz Ahmed, the CEO of Corporate Ask, is a well-known resume development specialist and corporate trainer. Recently, he has written four books which focus on creating and implementing career development strategies. His books Campus to Corporate, Shofol Jara Kemon Tara, and Link Pete LinkedIn have already ensured that the readers may achieve their maximum potential in their career.
The book Campus to Corporate is a step-by-step guide to achieve personal and professional goals -- how to write a resume, how to apply for a job, how to get more calls for interview and how to do well in the interview -- all these crucial issues are explained in the book. It can contribute towards preparing yourself for corporate life from the very beginning of your university life.
Another book, Shofol Jara Kemon Tara, of this writer is both a witty and an informative read for aspiring career enthusiasts who are willing to bridge the gap between who they are and who they want to be. A number of successful people from this generation from twenty two different sectors have shared their stories, challenges and the way they had overcome all the backdrops in their journey towards success.
On the other hand, the book Link Pete LinkedIn goes a long way to teach us about networking and contact building through a complete LinkedIn profile.

Khairul Islam
Young writers @ Book Fair 

Young writers @ Book Fair 

Khairul Islam is an assistant professor of Dhaka University whose first novel Shopno was published in 2015. Since then, he has continued to publish two more highly regarded works Senior Junior (2016) and Chena Manush Ochena Bhalobasa (2017). Within a short time, he has managed to create a place for himself in the field of literature with his creative spark, despite only publishing four novels so far.
Shopno is a plangent portrayal of the struggle, plights, failure, passion and eventual success of a middle class youth who left his village dreaming of a successful life.
Senior Junior is based on much of his own experience, having lived in Dhaka University dormitory earlier in his life. He writes about his incisive observations on the various social strata, struggle, love and betrayal in university life with a feeling of authenticity.
In his novel Chena Manush Ochena Bhalobasa, he has explored the psychological aspects of human love and emotions. The story revolves around a journey of ever-growing love and romance through the regular ups and downs of life.
His new book Pori, depicts the troubles of women in our socio-cultural context. It has already attracted readers with its lucidity of prose.

Saiful Islam Jewel
Young writers @ Book Fair 

Young writers @ Book Fair 

Saiful Islam Jewel, the editor of the mystery magazine 'Morichika' and literary magazine 'Bangla', started his writing career as a contributor in daily newspapers.  Although he has been writing for more than a decade, his debut short story collection Britter Vetor Baire was published in 2013.
This young and promising writer has published ten books so far. Every year, his devoted fans eagerly wait for his novels in the Ekushey Boi Mela.
All his books are different from one another. In the book Britter Vetor Baire, he wrote about diverse stories of the society; on the other hand, in the novel Bhalobasi Bolei, he painted a quite different picture of adolescent love, emphasizing on its youthful and platonic qualities. Kothai Khuji Tarey is a compilation of love stories.
He is equally successful in writing children's books. His teenage detective series Topur Goyendagiri, a collection of four detective stories, gained much popularity and appreciation among the children. The second book of this series Hiramon Paharer Rohosyo is a tale of a teenage detective as the protagonist.




After the widespread response and acclaim for his romantic novel Dur Dipobashini, published in the previous year, he is going to publish Chaadni this year.
The novel is based on the journey of an indigenous duo and their journey of love, romance, mysterious expeditions and the subsequent climax. Readers are sure to be thrilled and excited all through the story. The novel blends imagination with reality.



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