Tag Archives: Mills & Boon

Romancing Mills & Boon…the Indian Way!

Back in the 1970s and 1980s romance was synonymous with Mills & Boon novels and Hindi movies. Both were escapist, told happily ever after stories and were regarded as guilty pleasures. Those were the days when Valentine’s Day celebrations were … Continue reading

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When Krish Met Maya….

One of my all time favourite movies is When Harry Met Sally. And guess which scene pops into my mind as soon as I think of that movie? You guessed it!–the restaurant scene which ends with that wonderful one-liner, “I’ll … Continue reading

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Book Release and its Aftermath…

Now that your book has been launched, what next? Well, on to your next book, right? Well, yes and no! Soon after The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal was released in September, I found I had morphed from author to a … Continue reading

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Love with a Dash of Revenge

If love makes the world go round, surely revenge would make it stop in its axis? Both are powerful emotions—though love is a positive force and revenge its complete antithesis. And like every negative force revenge can provide huge motivation. … Continue reading

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Reviews of “The Indian Tycoon…”

Rubina Ramesh gives The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal 5 stars! She writes: “Being a Mills and Boon story, I was sure of the happy ending. But as a reader I was pleasantly surprised that instead of emotions cooling down by … Continue reading

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An Alpha Indian Tycoon, Anyone?

USA Today best-selling author Nicola Marsh, who has published 40 books and sold over 4 million copies worldwide, has hosted a guest post by me on her blog. Thanks, Nicola, for the honour and privilege! Tall, dark, handsome billionaires, sexy, … Continue reading

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Romancing Bollywood

Bollywood is known for its mushy romances and now it is inspiring authors of Mills & Boon romances. Ruchi Vasudeva, fellow-winner of Harlequin India’s Passions Aspiring Authors contest 2012, who debuted with her novel Bollywood Fiancé for a Day in … Continue reading

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Makeovers, making out and matchmaking

Milan Vohra is famously known as India’s first home-grown Mills & Boon author. Her The Love Asana brought the Mills & Boon variety of romance to Indian shores, complete with an Indian TDH hero, a curvy and cute heroine and … Continue reading

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Happy Blog-versary!

WordPress reminds me that two years ago, today, I started this blog. Every anniversary comes with its own celebration.  And like every anniversary, this one too deserves a little reminiscing, some toast raising to the special highlights, and assessment of … Continue reading

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Storylines in Romance Novels

Here’s a guest post that I wrote for Mills & Boon India on how to select a storyline for your romance novel. So What’s Your Story About? Image courtesy of Danilo Rizzuti at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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