Radio Interview discussing A Mother’s Secret

It’s been two and a half weeks since A Mother’s Secret was published and every single day, I’ve felt – and continue to feel – incredibly blessed to have such wonderful readers in all of you. Thank you for your amazing support, for taking the time to leave reviews on Amazon and Goodreads, for contacting me to let me know what you think of my books. On Tuesday, I appeared ... Read More »

Book signings and discussion of The Forgotten Daughter in India

I have just returned for India and what a trip it was! I had book signings for The Forgotten Daughter, which has just been released in India, in bookstores across Bangalore and Delhi and also in BLR and DEL airports. It was wonderful visiting, as a published author, the book stores I had browsed back when writing was just a dream tucked away in a secret, wishful corner of my ... Read More »

My fifth book,A Mother’s Secret, is out now!

My fifth book, A Mother’s Secret, is out now! UK: http://amzn.to/1U1K7FU US: http://amzn.to/1U1KlwK. Here’s a little more about it: What if you discovered that everything you knew about yourself was a lie? When pregnant Jaya loses her mother, then her baby son Arun in a tragic cot death, her world crashes down. Overcome by grief and guilt, she begins to search for answers – to the enigma of her lonely, ... Read More »

The Forgotten Daughter Book Signings/Discussion in India

I will be doing book signings/discussion for The Forgotten Daughter in Bangalore and Delhi on a couple of days next week and the week after. If you can make it, I would love to see you there. Here’s my schedule: 25th March – Book signing at Relay Bookshop, common arrivals, Bangalore Airport. (7.10 PM) 28th March – Bangalore store visits Sapna Gandinagar 11.00 AM Sapna Residency 12.30 PM Sapna Kormangala  2.00 PM Sapna ... Read More »

My new book, A Mother’s Secret, is out on April 7th!

My new book, A Mother’s Secret, is out on April 7th! And it is available to pre-order now! UK:  http://amzn.to/1U1K7FU US: http://amzn.to/1U1KlwK Here’s what it’s about …. What if you discovered that everything you knew about yourself was a lie? When pregnant Jaya loses her mother, then her baby son Arun in a tragic cot death, her world crashes down. Overcome by grief and guilt, she begins to search for answers – ... Read More »

Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and a wonderful 2016!

Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and a wonderful 2016! I want to thank you all hugely for not only reading my books but leaving reviews and messages on this site and on fb, twitter and Amazon. It means so much to me and your support and feedback is very much appreciated. Have a good one all. Read More »

My latest book, ‘A Sister’s Promise’, is out now!

My latest book, A Sister’s Promise, is out now. Buy links: UK: http://amzn.to/1EZxpfa  US: http://amzn.to/1MscWpr My sister – the glue that held our family together and the gatekeeper to the memories of our shared childhood. The girl I made a pact with – to protect each other for life. The woman who destroyed my family, my future. And the only one who can save my daughter. Set against the dramatic backdrop of ... Read More »

My latest book, ‘A Sister’s Promise’, is out on the 2nd of July!

Hi All, My latest book, ‘A Sister’s Promise’, is out on the 2nd of July! And what’s more, it’s available to pre-order now! UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sisters-Promise-Renita-DSilva-ebook/dp/B00Y0HIIWQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1432208346&sr=1-1 US:http://www.amazon.com/Sisters-Promise-Renita-DSilva-ebook/dp/B00Y0HIIWQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1432208675&sr=1-1 Here’s a bit more about it: Two sisters. Bound by blood. Torn apart by love. My sister – the glue that held our family together and the gatekeeper to the memories of our shared childhood. The girl I made a pact with – to protect each other ... Read More »

Wishing you a merry Christmas and a wonderful 2015!

Ah, I love Christmas! I love the drawing in of days, the build-up and the frenzy as Christmas looms. I love the aisles dedicated to ‘seasonal goods’ in the supermarkets, the boxes of chocolate jostling for space with mince pies and crackers, walnuts and cheeseboards, table presents and decorations. I love festive wreaths: green and red smiley faces of Christmas cheer that beam from front doors, bequeathing passers-by with a ... Read More »

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