When I’m book hunting and I find an intriguing title, I’ll definitely look at the cover.
Irresistible? All right, so then I’ll read the blurb.
The few words written on the back of the book will either convince me to buy/borrow it, or will compel me to return it to the shelf.
That’s how important a blurb is.
It has the onerous responsibility – now that the title and the cover have played their roles – to get the reader to clutch the book to her chest, totter off to the nearest couch, and start reading.
I’m so excited to be a part of @NNP_W_Light’s 99c Sale Bookish Event. Check out all the must-read books and enter the giveaway…
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Introducing Mita – the spirited female lead in Reet Singh’s “Take One Fake Fiancé”
‘I won’t do it, Mama.’ Mita glared at her mother through eyes as black as thunder clouds. ‘You’ll have to be the one to tell Uncle Raja. I refuse to speak to your interfering brother.’
She fled the room before her mother could get a word in, and left behind a faint bouquet of jasmine, a strong whiff of displeasure, and a distraught mother. The front door banged loudly, its old timber creaking in protest at such ill-treatment and Radhika sank into the nearest chair.
Would her only child shun marriage forever? It wasn’t fair to blame Mita’s father, Deepak, but if he…
This is a throwback to 2015-16, when Read-A-Romance-Month was celebrating “diversity & romance with 31 writers who represented a bright rainbow of color, culture, nationality, religion, ethnicity and orientation.”
Here’s a poem I wrote to start off the interview…
“A good sympathetic review is always a wonderful surprise”: Joyce Carol Oates
Before 2020 ends, how about making an Indie Author happy by posting a review of something that you enjoyed reading?
Ever wondered what would happen if two characters from your two favourite books were to meet?
Read this lively conversation between two of my protagonists – Mita from ‘Take One Fake Fiancé’ and Mohini from ‘No Escape from Love’.
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Here’s a chance for you to get to know the dashing physician from Satin and Sapphire and also win a copy of the book…
Three of my romances are free on Amazon Prime – come have a look. If you haven’t subscribed to Prime, don’t worry…they’re also free on Kindle Unlimited…
Mushy month is upon us!
I love sentimental stuff, and I love romance – perhaps more than most women – but there’s soon going to be a surfeit of it.
It will be all around us, all pervading, all nauseating – we may want to break free.