Choti Rani breathed deeply and held his hand with her teeth, she bit him hard and he started bleeding. Seeing no other way to set his hands free, Kunwar Ji rammed and threw Choti Rani in a corner. He grabbed his gun and pointed it at Sukhi, intending to kill her first, Just as he was about to open fire, the fumes from his barrels and the sound of the bullet filled the atmosphere. Everyone guessed that Kunwar Ji had shot Sukhi - and looked at Sukhi nervously. But she stood still. All of a sudden, Kunwar Ji fell on the ground. Every head turned to look at Choti Rani. She stood in a corner, holding a pistol in her hand. Her hair was loose, scattered and had fallen below her knees. She was dressed in black, and her eyes were red and fiery. Her disorderly curls and scars with blood oozing from them made her look like the Goddess of destruction.
Sanjay Tiwari is a small-time social entrepreneur born in Rewa and based out of Anpara (an industrial but rural area) in Sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh. He is married to Kiran Tiwari, and also has a son, Akkshat . A writer out of interest, having pursued the art as a hobby, Sanjay has been writing since his school days. His writing skills remained out of sight of his parents, who preferred that he remain a bookworm and study hard. Sanjay would write for his friends, who were his biggest admirers and supporters. Having been brought up in a strict middle class environment, he was a self-made guy who taught himself the art of reading and writing. He is a self-made man, who taught himself reading and writing, and earned his way to pay for and fund his education
He looks at his parents as his biggest critics, and his wife and his friends as his constant supporters. He enjoys writing stories and poetry. Womania is his first full-length book.