Five of my Kindle titles are now available in paperback at https://notionpress.com/store and https://www.amazon.in/ The same titles are available on https://www.flipkart.com/ too. My short & sweet mini series is available in ONE book. One Day in October, One Night in November & One Evening in December are three short stories about a 40+ woman who… Continue reading Book News: 5 Titles in Paperback
A New Cover Designed using Canva Blurb She's a member of the Crazy Cat Ladies Club. Her life is all about cats and the cat ladies. Until the purrfect cat man comes along... A sweet romance novella set in India Excerpt Would Navin think I was pretty? Would he hold my hand? Maybe he would… Continue reading Crazy Cat Lady Finds Love is Back on Kindle
So I recently realised that almost every book I’ve written, has a cat in it. My boy Rustom is quite famous in my social circles for this reason. The thing is, when you write from the heart without thinking about the commercial viability of your stories, the real you comes out. That’s why you’ll see… Continue reading Writing from the Heart
It isn't easy being the fat girl at school. Read Pamela’s story. https://www.amazon.com/Can-Fat-Girl-First-Kiss-ebook/dp/B01N4VLQ5H/
Another great review of My Singapore Fling!
Title: My Singapore Fling
Author: Sudesna Ghosh
Price: INR 99
My Singapore Fling by Sudesna Ghosh is a contemporary fast-paced and engaging read on modern dating in India and its woes. You will meet Dipa, a 30-something Bengali, Kolkata-based writer. She’s had her share of heartbreaks and now seeks a fun, meaningless, no-strings attached fling. And so she travels to the island city of Singapore in search of an accent. Yes, an accent. Because she is crazy about men with British and Australian accents!
What struck me about My Singapore Fling the most that it is very Indian in its setting and context. And is devoid of any guilt or judgement. Dipa seeks a fling, and she is extremely honest about it to herself and gal pals. No covering up of the intentions or motives. Ghosh’s writing also lays bare the many insecurities that women must come to…
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It is the eighth day of National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo and I haven’t joined in... yet. I love the motivation that comes from fellow writers during this period but I’m exhausted. I’ve self published 5 kindle books this year and spend a lot of time marketing the books as well. I’ve been focused… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017
“You waited years for this, Aditi! Just answer the damn phone,” she growled at me. So I did. Ravi sounded warm. His voice still made me weak in the knees. Ugh. We exchanged a few lines like any two acquaintances would. It was polite conversation. He asked me how my family was doing. I asked… Continue reading A Snippet from my New Release
It's here! My Christmas romance novella. Available worldwide and free for Kindle Unlimited subscribers. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Perfect-New-York-Christmas-ebook/dp/B0771V6Z2Y
I have been writing every day again. So if you follow me on Twitter, you'll know that the #amwriting hashtag is being used honestly... for now. Yes, that hashtag is tempting to use even when we writers choose to procrastinate. Book 7 is in progress and it's going to be a romance unlike the last… Continue reading Another Romance in the Making