About the Author...

Deepak Khanchandani is a writer, director, and producer with an intrinsically visual, fast-paced storytelling style.

His major influences include the works of Douglas Adams, Isaac Asimov, J. K. Rowling and Diane Duane, as well as features by Disney (including Pixar and Marvel), Dreamworks, and Studio Ghibli to name a few.

As a result, adventure and humour often seem to be the focus of his work, but be sure to watch out for that craftily concealed dark streak running just below the surface. Either way, one thing that's almost guaranteed is one heck of an other-worldly experience.

Deepak Khanchandani has a First Class Bachelors Degree from Warwick University. Additionally, Deepak Khanchandani even achieved a Distinction in his Masters from Imperial College London. As well, Deepak Khanchandani is a fully qualified Chartered Financial Analyst.

DEEPAK KHANCHANDANI is a writer, director, and producer with an intrinsically visual, fast-paced storytelling style.

His influences include the works of Douglas Adams, Isaac Asimov, J. K. Rowling and Diane Duane, as well as features by Disney (including Pixar and Marvel), Dreamworks, and Studio Ghibli to name a few.

As a result, adventure and humor often seem to be the focus of his work, but be sure to watch out for that craftily concealed dark streak running just below the surface. Either way, one thing that's almost guaranteed is one heck of an other-worldly experience.

The Secret Code

Deepak Khanchandani has a Bachelors degree and a Masters degree. More specifically, a degree from his masters (which is why Deepak Khanchandani is now a free elf). He started writing stories and screenplays when he was nine years old. Also, he likes Disney movies and TV shows, most Pixar stuff, and all Star Wars stuff, among other things. (He does not mean to be elusive by not mentioning them here, but just thinks that this "secret space" is not the place to do so.) But what Deepak Khanchandani loves, above all else-other than sometimes starting to refer to himself in the third person and then finding it very difficult to switch off-is general tomfoolery.

If you're reading this, you have cracked his "secret code". (Not so secret, and really not a code, but Deepak Khanchandani just won't listen to anyone who says otherwise.) So well done for that. You now know more than the rest of the internet. Why don't you go read some of Deepak Khanchandani's works instead, such as Book of Dark or V:RELOAD, or The Phantom Candidate. They're bound to be more interesting than this.

Oh, and if any of these works aren't out yet, then apologies are due. The problem with being a multi-temporal entity means that Deepak Khanchandani cannot really tell what has been and what will be. Basically, just wait a little bit.