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Impossible Is Nothing, Says ‘Never Say Never’ Author Anjali Kirpalani

Anjali Kirpalani

Anjali Kirpalani

Anjali Kirpalani – Author of ‘Never Say Never’

Anjali Kirpalani is the former Editorial Head, Mumbai of Stylekandy.com. Born in India, this twenty-six year old lived in South Africa for eight years and moved back to India in 2008. After completing her Bachelor in Business Science degree from the University of KwaZulu Natal in Durban, South Africa, she was selected to be a management trainee at British American Tobacco. Thereafter, Anjali left the corporate world to fulfill her dream of working in the media. She was a radio jockey at Lotus fm, part of the South African Broadcasting Corporation. She has also scripted three radio dramas for Lotus fm. She has written for publications like O, The Oprah magazine in South Africa and Yuva in India. She has also been on the team of writers for the Beyond Sindh magazine since 2006. Her short story, ‘Destiny’ has won two competitions. Anjali has just completed a stint as an Anchor/Producer at ET NOW, India’s leading business news channel. Anjali has also been a TV reporter and lecturer. Writing has been the one constant in her life. Anjali has completed her Masters in English Literature from the University of Mumbai in 2012. She lives to read, travel and discover new places. ‘Never Say Never’ is her first novel. Her short story is also included in the anthology ’25 Strokes of Kindness’ published by Grapevine India. Anjali is currently working on her second novel.

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