Ankit Shukla was born in India, but he moved with his parents to Sparks, NV when he was a year old. His parents were hard working Indian immigrants who wanted a better life for their two sons, and they succeeded. Ankit attended Sparks High School and then received his Bachelors’ Degree in Nursing from the University of Nevada, Reno.
After college, Ankit left Nevada to explore other areas of the country. He started travel nursing in 2010, which he still does to this day, having lived in order 10 states. He has lived life, learned from life, and has had several careers and businesses. Ankit loves to share his experiences in both his personal and professional life, which he does regularly as a writer and speaker.
Ankit continues to work on various projects on a daily basis, never really slowing down. He loves staying busy and continues to live life to the fullest. He and his wife own a home in Aurora, CO. They love the city life of nearby Denver as well as the the gorgeous Colorado scenery.
Everyone love’s delicious food, no matter where it is from. Many may not realize that some of the food they are eating may have origins from another country. Whatever the case, we can all bond over great food. In “I Love Your Food!” the main antagonist, Brad the Bully, has a volatile relationship with many other kids at his school, Furr Street Elementary. This is apparent throughout the entire book. Many other side stories are present as well. In the end, everyone bonds over their love of food!
Never judge a book by its cover. We are always told this, yet many of us never follow the rule. In “I Love Your Food!”, the reader is provided a great example of why we should not judge a book by its cover. Understand something, or someone, as much as you can before making a judgement.