Published by Swapnil Pandey
Swapnil Pandey is one of the finest defence authors in India who has written extensively researched well received popular books on the Indian Army published by International publishing houses. She is married to an Army Officer and many from her family serve the nation too. The effortless portrayal of army life comes from this fauji background. Her latest book 'The Force behind the Forces' is based on the real-life stories of Veer Naris and immortal Indian Soldiers. International Publishing House Penguin Random House published the book in November 2021. Apart from this non-fiction, she has also written two fictional stories: 'Soldier's Girl' a fiction based on the complicated thrilling love life of a PARA Special Forces personnel amidst the India-Pakistan War and 'Love Story of a Commando' an endless adventure of an NSG Commando and his lady love which crosses borders published by Mega publishing giant Westland-Amazon. Her fourth book based on real-life stories of Indian Special Forces is scheduled to be published by 2023. She is currently working on her ambitious fifth book. As an author who has vast knowledge and reach to defence world her quest is to bring larger-than-life authentic deeply researched books aimed to create awareness in Indian citizens & generate respect towards the Armed forces. Since she belongs to an Army family herself masses easily relate to the depth of emotions & authenticity of the content. Apart from her illustrious career as an author, she is also a prominent blogger who works in close collaboration with various national and international brands. She also tries to add value to the lives of her audiences as a societal influencer. Her work has left a huge impact and has been pivotal in raising various social issues around military families in a relatively shorter time. She is also an excellent orator and motivational speaker who keeps on connecting with youngsters of India at various schools and colleges. She has been felicitated by organizations like ISRO as well for her unique contribution to the world of literature. View all posts by Swapnil Pandey
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