Mihir Jaiswal is an avid traveler, keen observer, an able orator and a storyteller. He has written several screenplays, short stories, travel stories, poems and technical documents. Among exploring many places and people, he traveled to an Eskimo village in Arctic region of Alaska. You can read some of his short stories and travel stories on his blog. His passion to bring strong characters and their triumphs to life motivated him to venture into novel writing from short stories and screenplays. Enjoy his take on love and its life-altering effect in his novel Sculpting Revenge.
Compelled by Dave’s fatal encounter with a police officer, sculptor Arianna flies from Florence, Italy to Washington, D.C. She is repulsed by what she thinks may be the cop’s motive for murdering Dave. Arianna hopes to be helped by a pastor, a lawyer and a senator, but their interests in Dave’s death do not align with hers. Mystified and frustrated, Arianna sculpts a statue of Dave to rekindle her romance — and in the process, finds an unlikely helper from her past. Take this journey of love and revenge with Arianna.