Ruchira Khanna

Ruchira Khanna
Voyagers into the Unknown
Mising Iguana
Breathing in Two Worlds
RSVP: A Novel
The Doppelganger
Bowled, but Not Out: An Entertaining Family Drama by [Ruchira Khanna]
How to Weave a Theme into your Story (TBC Writer's Toolkit Series Book 9) by [Ruchira Khanna, The Book  Club]
Through his Eyes: A Short Story by [Ruchira Khanna]

Ruchira Khanna, a biochemist, turned writer, left her homeland of India to study in America, where she did her Master’s in Biochemistry and a certificate course in Technical Writing.

Ruchira worked as a biochemist at a Silicon Valley startup for five years. After the birth of her son, she took a job as a technical writer, so that she could work from home. Soon, she began doing freelance writing work as well.

Her love of writing grew, and she started working on her books. After four years of freelancing, Ruchira published her first book, a fiction novel for young adults called Choices.

Then came the children’s book The Adventures of Alex and Angelo: The Mystery of the Missing Iguana. She got a thumb’s up review from Kirkus Reviews.

In January 2016, she has published her second fictional novel Voyagers into the Unknown. It talks about the quest for happiness as the heavy-hearted tourists travel miles from different parts of the world to Raj Touristry in Agra, India. Return to their respective home with a healed heart. This book talks about their journey!

In Breathing Two Worlds, Ruchira talks about ethnicity and cultures and helps to strike a balance via a fiction-drama novel as her characters breathe two worlds.

RSVP: A Novel explores the lines between reality and illusion and the significance of family as Jay the protagonist finds peace within by embracing his past.

The Doppelganger is a metaphysical short story that will take you on a rollercoaster of emotions as the astral and physical bodies clash.

 Through his Eyes is a narration of her journey from a toddler to an adult. She reflects on how her helper taught her to distinguish between right and wrong without speaking a single word.

Bowled, but Not Out is an entertaining family drama full of heart and thoughtful life lessons and will resonate with anyone fond of cricket.

In addition to writing books, she also maintains a blog on Blogspot, called Abracabadra. It has been featured in the top 50 mindfulness blogs.

She is an energy healer: a Reiki Master and a Certified Healing Touch practitioner. Offers her services to Stanford Health Care and has her practice. Contact her if in need of a healing session. 

Ruchira currently resides in California with her family.