Harlequin author Ruchi Vasudeva and fellow-winner of the Passions Aspiring Authors Contest whose debut book “Bollywood Fiance for a Day” was released in August interviews me on her blog…
Please welcome Harlequin author and dear friend Adite Banerjie. Adite is looking forward to the release of her debut book ‘The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal’. Let’s hear more about the book and the writing journey from the author herself by the way of this question-answer session.
Q: Tell us something about yourself and how you got into writing?
Thank you so much, Ruchi, for hosting me on your blog.
I have been writing so long that I don’t remember a time I wasn’t! Soon after I graduated from college I did a course in journalism and I knew that I wanted to be a writer. After a fulfilling and exciting career in journalism I decided to switch to content writing and researching/writing about social development issues, and consumer and marketing issues. I tried my hand at fiction writing and got hooked to screenwriting. For several years I would crunch numbers and write reports during the day and lurk on screenwriting forums to learn the craft at night. Writing a novel was the only thing that I hadn’t planned to do. LOL.
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