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#Q&A with Varun Sayal, Author of Invincika, Superheroes of Multiverse #1

      Varun Sayal is a Data Science manager living in Redmond, Washington. He grew up in India on a steady dose of fantastical tales from ancient Indian scriptures. His genre of writing is science fiction and fantasy, blended with Indian legends and mythology. In his own words: I live by the quote, 'a true art calms a disturbed mind and disturbs a calm mind.' Author Links: Amazon Author Page , Goodreads Author Profile , Bookbub Author Pag e       Welcome! When you began as an author, were you inspired by anyone? I have always admired Issac Asimov for writing science fiction in a very simplistic way.  Christopher Nolan is another inspiration who, as a director-writer, works very passionately on his ideas and is able to yield simplicity to complex subjects via his films.  From a superhero-stories perspective I love the working-philosophy of Stan Lee. His idea of having a superhero who has character defects and problems makes his stories very realistic. Why did you choose superher

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