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My brother reads a lot. He has read all the Harry Potter books and plus many more. I know all of my friends like to read as well.. Why am I telling you all this? The truth is that even if I consider it as an option, as soon as I start reading, I start to fall asleep. One day I was talking to my office mate the one I mentioned above and she told me about this novel she read.

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I am a hotelier by profession and have worked and studied in India and abroad. I have a kid sister who is a lawyer from the London School of Economics; I live at home with my parents and a St Bernard. In the last five years, I have called six cities home so its been a pretty nomadic existence. I have, however, been in Delhi for nearly two years now, which is a record of sorts for the recent past. I have a real relationship of convenience with this city I dock here every once in a while and its getting to be one of my favourite places.

I travel extensively. Every month, possibly for half the month, I am out of town. What inspired you to write Almost Single and when did you decide to really sit yourself down and start on it? I have always written but it has been a very private endeavour, mostly an attempt to make sense of the world around me.

The idea for Almost Single germinated as a result of some of the experiences that surrounded me. The rapid way in which the concepts of love and courtship are evolving and continue to do so.

As for sitting myself down and writing, well, I can be quite obsessive and do one thing and nothing else, and then there are days when I would go nowhere near the book. I need to disconnect and feel that urge within me to start writing again, some sort of trigger.

How much of your work has been inspired by your own life and experiences? What has been the reaction of your friends and family to your book? I have great friends and family, and their support has been tremendous. I kid around sometimes saying that I have the strongest sales force because I have friends all over the country and they are totally tracking the book.

But they are just happy that I went out there and did what I wanted to do and the book came into being, since getting published can be tough. What kind of books do you like to read? I am an avid reader and have a particular liking for the suspense genre, right from my Nancy Drew days to Agatha Christies, and the present conspiracy theorist books. I also read lots of biographies, I am a bit of a history enthusiast.

I love books on the Mughal Era, historical or fictionalised accounts on the Taj Mahal are always welcome. I get into phases and then read books specific to that style or genre. Did any other work inspire you to write your book? How did you go about wr

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Add to Cart About Almost Single In a city where old is meeting new, daughters are surprising mothers, and love is breaking all the rules, this heartfelt and wickedly funny cross-cultural debut novel introduces a smart, irreverent young woman searching for independence and matrimony in a culture bound by tradition. Somewhere a clock is ticking, though as far as Aisha is concerned, it can be cheerfully drowned out by laughter over a champagne brunch. Yet when the handsomely chiseled Karan Verma arrives from New York, Aisha experiences an unexpected attitude adjustment. Savvy, sexy, and unforgettable, Almost Single tackles the loving, exasperating tug-of-war between mothers and daughters, traditional customs and contemporary romance—and what happens when a modern Indian woman is caught in the middle. About Almost Single In a city where old is meeting new, daughters are surprising mothers, and love is breaking all the rules, this heartfelt and wickedly funny cross-cultural debut novel introduces a smart, irreverent young woman searching for independence and matrimony in a culture bound by tradition.

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I am a hotelier by profession and have worked and studied in India and abroad. I have a kid sister who is a lawyer from the London School of Economics; I live at home with my parents and a St Bernard. In the last five years, I have called six cities home so its been a pretty nomadic existence. I have, however, been in Delhi for nearly two years now, which is a record of sorts for the recent past. I have a real relationship of convenience with this city I dock here every once in a while and its getting to be one of my favourite places. I travel extensively.

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