This fabulous, roomy handbag was gifted to me by a dear aunt, Veena Mehta.
The PG tag stands for Purificación García – I had never heard of the label before, but now I’m all for it. The bag has withstood every insult including me filling it with sharps like keys and pens and pencils – these things have killed every other bag of mine, but not my PG!
When I first set eyes on it, I baulked a bit at the color –
Which writing software do you use (something other than MS Word, like Jutoh and Scrivener)? What’s your favorite feature(s), and why?
Reet Singh said:
I use Scrivener, invariably, because it is such a time-saver. Its magic lies in its ability to organize my material – I can get the draft of my work-in-progress, the research material, the character sketches, the setting – just everything – into the software, and it’s visible to me in a pane on the left.
Thank you for dropping in.
It’s my pleasure, thanks for inviting me.
I really enjoy your writing – “Jazz Baby” was fabulous and so was “Passionfruit and Poetry”.
That’s great to hear.
First of all, Téa, a question I have been dying to ask – how does it happen that you get the most gorgeous covers for your books? EVERY time. Do you get to choose out of a bunch of options or are the cover gods uncommonly kind to you?
The cover gods love me! The Harlequin cover artists are
June 18, 2014 On Author’s Circle today, meet author and surgeon, Reet Singh, to talk about writing, life and her book, Scorched by His Fire. Hi Reet, thanks for dropping in and wow! You’re the second romance author slash doctor that I personally know. I’m quite curious about what kind of surgeon but won’t ask since… Continue reading
Thank you for adding beauty and grace to my blog.
I’m intrigued by the lovely cover of your latest book – let’s talk about it – about “Crossing Lines”.
How did the idea come about, to write Millennial romances?
The idea to write Millennial romances came from the fact that I am of the 80s and I grew up in the 90s. So it’s a natural segue into exploring…
Saturday, May 03, 2014 Author Interview: Reet Singh: Scorched by His Fire Trained to be a doctor; however, she always found time to read fiction. She wanted to write, and she started with scientific articles, which involved the putting down in words, of cold, hard facts. Happily for her, the call of her creative muse… Continue reading
Hi Inderpreet, welcome to my blog!
It is fascinating to see you transform from avid book lover and enthusiastic blogger to an author. Tell us about the jump – was it scary?
Yes! Quite scary, even though I have been a part of the writing world. The transformation is intensely personal and
Jazz Singh and Zeenat Mahal talk about their latest book, about reading and writing, and about inspiration and friendship!
Thank you for dropping in to talk to me.
How fabulous for your fans (I’m one of them, in case you didn’t already know) to get a book that features a story each from both of you! I’m talking about your latest offering, “Twice Upon a Time”. Have a look at the cover – it is very lovely – artistic and vibrant!
Blast from the past: 22, January, 2014 Reet Singh I am a doctor. A surgeon. Surgeons are trained to observe, to delve, to record. When I won the Passions contest in 2013, I was catapulted into, for me, an uncharted part of the cosmos: the world of Harlequin® authors. Authors, too, are known to observe… Continue reading
April 12, 2018 Constance Bretes: Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today I have Reet Singh visiting to tell us about her book, No Escape From Love. First, she tells us about this cute little puppy named Coco. Reet Singh: My sister, Trveen, has two doggie-babies. One of them, a Cocker Spaniel called… Continue reading