Title: Grow Up Messy!
Childhood is considered to be the best time of one’s life. What if you get a chance to live it once more with a five-year-old?
Misry, a naughty five-year-old girl, lives with her parents in a B.S.F border outpost near Indo-Bangladesh border. But with no schools and friends she feels very lonely. She tries to befriend some local village kids. But they find her incompetent in their rural antics. They nickname her Messy as most of the time she messes up their plan. Can Misry really be a part of the gang?
Set in the early eighties, join Misry in the adventures of her life.
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This part I am doing for myself. For my peace of mind actually. Ganesh Chaturthi is being celebrated today. Its a festival both rich and poor celebrate with pomp and show. Reason, Ganpati is the God of happiness and prosperity and every human being is in need of it. From the past decade the Ganpati pandals have shown a major rise and this is what concerns me today. Although my write up is in Hindi but I am sure you will understand what I mean to say.
So this is the reality unless we take precautions right away.
How does it feel when a young reader as old as 13 years reviews your work?
Feeling awesome! Thank you Litpick for this wonderful opportunity
Title : The Santa’s Gift
What is the pursuit of happiness in the journey of parenting?
Toby takes things for granted.
Mamta is having tough time coping up with it.
Can Santa’s arrival really change their life?
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Title: Take One Fake Fiancé
Author: Reet Singh
Introducing Tanay – the irresistible hero in Reet Singh’s Take One Fake Fiancé
If the car was any indication, detectives must make a lot of money. Mita couldn’t help but admire the comfortable and tasteful interior, but then Tanay changed a gear, his hand brushing her thigh, and she got distracted by the man – by his sheer physical presence.
He looked quite the demigod – the casual outfit showed off tanned skin, and the tight t-shirt highlighted well-toned muscles. Damp, ebony black hair curled about his ears – locks of it falling over a prominent brow made him look boyish and affable; however, an aquiline nose, the thick arching brows, and a firm, square, bearded jaw all totaled up to dangerous.
She turned her gaze away. He wasn’t a demigod, he was a pirate and she’d do well to remember that. The beard added weight to the pirate theory and she steeled herself against feeling any curiosity whatsoever.
About the book
Mita Ramphul is single and fancy-free – and she wants to stay that way for the foreseeable future. Living and working on the idyllic island of Mauritius is the stuff dreams are made of – until she bumps into a man who threatens to destroy it all.
Tanay Devkumar is cynical and shuttered – events in his past have cast a long and deep shadow. Convinced that Mita Ramphul represents a threat to his sister’s happiness, he seeks her out, determined to block her nefarious plans.
They meet in circumstances that can only be described as hostile – suspicions abound and resentments flare on both sides, even as attraction simmers beneath the surface. A series of disastrous events follow and they are compelled to pretend that they are in love and wish to marry.
It is meant to be a temporary engagement – but will Mita be able to resist her fake fiancé or will his scorching kisses make her yearn for something more permanent?
Originally published as “Scorched by His Fire” by Harlequin India, 2014
Take One Fake Fiancé is a refurbished, revamped, remodelled, updated version of Scorched and will soon be available on Kindle
That’s Mita and Tanay on the cover.
Want to meet Mita?
Head on over to Devika Fernando’s blog where’s she’s hosting her – Mita’s really mad about something so be warned! (insert link)
How do Mita and Tanay meet?
Find out on Ruchi Singh’s blog
And if you want to find out what Tanay and Mita do when they think their creator – Reet Singh – isn’t watching, visit Adite Banerjie’s blog for a shocker!
There’s also a post about Mita and Tanay sharing a stolen kiss which you might want to see on Preethi Venugopala’s blog
Book Buying Links
Finally, here is Reet Singh – she’s in regal mode because she loves her cover!
With the onset of festivals here is the first gift for you. This Rakhi surprise your brother and sister with these two short reads.
The Wedding Gift is YA read (80% off )
The Santa’s Gift is 10+ read (Free download)
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