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The Forgotten Daughter is out now!

The Forgotten Daughter is out now!

My second book, ‘The Forgotten Daughter’, is out now! Amazon UK £1.99 >> Amazon US $2.99 >> Would love to know what you thought of it. Tell me, tell the world, write a review 🙂 Here’s what one of the first reviews says: ‘I read and enjoyed the author’s first novel, Monsoon Memories, but I absolutely LOVED The Forgotten Daughter… It is a fascinating read with some truly wonderful characters ... Read More »

Exciting News

I have been making up stories for as long as I can remember. At some point I started putting all those stories jostling in my head onto paper. I suppose that was when I became a ‘writer’. And like every writer, I had a dream. To be published. To see my work in print. And exactly a year ago, on a cold February morning, I chanced upon an email sitting ... Read More »

Random Acts of Kindness

On the first day of term, my son returns home minus his (new) school bag.  ‘I am sure I left it in my locker, mum,’ he tells me. But I can guess from the way he averts his eyes that he’s not sure. I sigh knowing I’ll be on the phone to the Transport for London Lost Property Office on the morrow to find out if a school bag was ... Read More »

Indian Fiction: Why Reading is the Perfect Escape.

It is holiday season! Yippee. The schools have broken up, the heat wave is lasting longer than the obligatory two days, the roads to the coast are jam-packed with heaving cars and sweaty people armed with sun screen and swimsuits. So, have you booked your holiday yet? For me, holidays to India always start with a list. As soon as we let the family know that we’ve booked our tickets, ... Read More »

The wait is over…

The wait is over…

My debut, ‘Monsoon Memories’, is out today! You can buy it here: eBook: Paperbacks:   Do let me know what you thought of it, or better still, do a review on Amazon! Thank you 🙂   Read More »

Feast Days

Last night, Shirin, the protagonist of Monsoon Memories appeared in my dream- ‘Not long to go now,’ she said, ‘What are you doing to celebrate the launch? Are you having a feast?’ And instantly I was transported to the feast days of my childhood- the air smelling of caramelised sugar and candy floss; the sun reflecting off the gold adorning people decked in all their finery so they looked as ... Read More »

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