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About Renita D’Silva

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Renita D’Silva loves stories, both reading and creating them. Her short stories have been published in ‘The View from Here’, ‘Bartleby Snopes’, ‘this zine’, ‘Platinum Page’, ‘Paragraph Planet’ among others and have been nominated for the ‘Pushcart’ prize and the ‘Best of the Net’ anthology. She is the author of ‘Monsoon Memories’, ‘The Forgotten Daughter’, ‘The Stolen Girl’, ‘A Sister’s Promise’ and ‘A Mother’s Secret’.

29 comments on “About Renita D’Silva

  1. Rajashekar on said:

    Reading about yourself has made me interested to read you book…..although I am not into reading books…..I tend to go to sleep whenever I read any books……will try yours and let you know how….

  2. dipakd on said:

    hi Renita !
    looking forward to read. Am sure it will be beautiful to read and relate.
    best wishes..

  3. sandeep manjeshwar on said:

    Extremly proud to see another Mangalorean female author shinig worldwide. Other one being Giselle Mehta who recently released her book few months back. Wish Renita Dsilva all the best, soon I will buy this copy :)

  4. ganga on said:

    hey rens, i read ur review and i am soooo excited to read ur book, could not get a hand on one of it but waiting eagerly, i knew u are going to be one awesome writer!!!

  5. Hi Renita,
    Took your book on holiday…totally loved it, did not want it to end & also recommended it to others whilst in Spain !
    Your writing is simply beautiful.
    My favourite character, was, without a doubt, Vinod – we all need husbands like him :)
    When will your next book be out?
    Many thanks for sharing such a beauty with us
    Kind Regards
    Ashu

  6. Sravan on said:

    Hi Renita D’Silva,

    Just now read your profile and little bit impressed,
    will read your book with out fail.

    Thanks..!
    $r@ :-)

  7. Sreedevi on said:

    Hi Renita, it is so heart touching . I recollected all our college times. When I was reading this, my daughter sat next to me watching my face and she could smell that I was deeply touched with your article. I told her how you used to be in the college and your beautiful poems that were published in our college magazine. Good work Renita! Proud to say my friend is very good author – an International author

  8. Sonali on said:

    Hi Renits

    I just finished Forgotten daughter and I must say I am enthralled. It is one of the best books I have read. Looking fwd to reading the monsoon memories now. Keep writing :-)

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Hi Sonali, Thank you so very much. Your lovely message has made my day and my week. Thank you. I hope you enjoy Monsoon Memories too :-)

  9. Loretta bowen on said:

    Just finished forgotten daughter and being widowed for many years raising five children in canada makes me think situations in peoples lives are universal…will also try out one of Shilpa’s recipes ….loved your novel…..good luck in your future endeavours

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Dear Loretta, Thank you so very much for taking the time to write me this lovely message. I love hearing from readers and I am so glad you enjoyed The Forgotten Daughter and could relate to it. Good luck with the recipes :-) Take care, Renita

  10. Marylin Vallis on said:

    Dear Renita,

    I have just discovered your books and have been continuously reading them. (Housework is forgotten and meals are now takeout!!!) Your sensitive and thoughtful approach to life situations is amazing. I have read both Forgotten Daughter and Monsoon Memories and wanted the stories to continue. You are an amazing writer and I look forward to continuing to read your heartwarming books.

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Dear Marylin,
      Thank you so much for this beautiful message. I am so pleased you are enjoying my books (and sorry they are keeping you from housework and preparing meals:-). Thank you for taking the time to write to me, especially during this busy festive season. You have made my day. I hope you have a wonderful 2015.

  11. Gail Fuson on said:

    enjoyed Forgotten Daughter. Thank You for a insight into India’s culture

  12. Gail Fuson on said:

    Thank You enjoyed Forgotten Daughter felt like going to India. Well written.

  13. E EEEeEva on said:

    I have read and enjoyed The Forgotten Daughter, Monsoon Memories and A Sisters Promise. Thank you for creating such unforgettable characters and wonderful stories. Today I started reading The Stolen Girl. I cannot get enough of your stories. Keep writing…

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Thank you so much for taking the time to write this message. I am so glad you are enjoying my books. Hope you like The Stolen Girl too.

  14. Dear Renita
    Just wanted to say I love your books and the way you write. The descriptions take me back to beautiful India! I have read them all and am currently reading A Mother’s Secret. Your books are touching and I can imagine all the characters as if they were real. I have recommended them to everyone I know! Keep up the great work and cannot wait for your next book. I’m trying to read this one slower but it’s so difficult to put down! Wishing you every success. Priya (London)

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Dear Priya, Wow! Thank you so very much for this beautiful message. I am so very pleased you have enjoyed all my books and they have transported you to India. Thank you – you have made my weekend glow. Hope you are having a good one too, Renita

  15. Nadia Godfrey on said:

    Dear Renita,

    I have read all your books. I just finished Monsoon Memories. I love your stories because I feel like I am in India. I especially enjoy the foods you describe because they make me want to try all Indian food. Reading your stories have also educated me in a fun and imaginative way. I look forward to your next book. Thanks for being a lovely writer.

    • renitadsilva on said:

      Dear Nadia, Thank you so much for this lovely message. You have brightened up my weekend! I am so thrilled you have enjoyed all of my books. Thank you for taking the time to let me know. One of the rewards of being published is hearing from readers such a you. I hope you have as wonderful a weekend as you have made mine. X

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