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Book Blitz: Finding Her Way - An Indian Girl's dilemma by Ruchi Vasudeva

 

Book Blitz: Finding Her Way - An Indian Girl's dilemma by Ruchi Vasudeva
Print Length: 16 pages
Publication Date: February 12, 2018
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
Available on Kindle Unlimited 
Genre: Short Story 

 

 

What does marriage mean for an Indian girl? Whether she marries for love or by arrangement, she’s forced to obey unreasonable demands. But she also wants to live her life on her own terms.



Avni is such a girl. When the man she loves and cares for wholeheartedly, throws her a curve ball, she chooses to walk away. What comes next for Avni?

 
 
It would be great if you can add this book to your TBR


About Ruchi Vasudeva in her own words:
 
I’m a doctor by profession, a teacher by vocation and an author by destiny. The writing bug has long resided in me and a contest held by Harlequin for Indian authors gave me a golden opportunity to have my dream realized. I debuted in August ’13 with my book ‘Bollywood Fiancé For A Day’. I write romantic fiction with conflicted characters who come into their own in their quest of reaching out for love. I love to write about spirited heroines getting hurtled out of their daily life as soon as they cross paths with their rather challenging heroes. 
 
I keep busy juggling writing with my medical job and family life with my doctor husband and two wiser-than-thou teens. When not bent double over the laptop, I might be found with my nose in books or munching nachos at the movies or glued to the telecast of Team India or Chennai Super Kings in action. Sometimes I drag myself for walks and surprisingly discover they are rather good for brewing story ideas! 
 
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#InternationalWomensDay #giveaway #results

Thank you all who entered and spread the word for the International Women’s Day giveaway at this blog. Your entries were touching and heartfelt. Your words really made the purpose of women’s day come alive i.e. to celebrate the strength of women and the inspiration they have given us.

Those who want to, can read the entries  here.

Now it’s time to announce the results. It was difficult to pick, so I chose to make a random draw. And the winner is…drum roll…Surbhi Sareen! Congrats!!!
She wins both the books in the historical series Indian Princesses Saga in ebook form, titled Hidden Passion and The Eligible Princess. Both have ranked in the bestseller list at Amazon in Kindle ebooks>History >Asia>India at Amazon.com and in Kindle ebooks >Historical romance > medieval at Amazon.in several times since their release.
Those who didn’t win or didn’t know about the contest, don’t be disappointed, readers. Stay tuned for more contests and giveaways by following this blog.

Enjoy reading!

Check out romance fiction at:
http://www.amazon.com/Summerita-Rhayne/e/B00MZQ0PUC

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Celebrating #InternationalWomensDay with a #giveaway

Let’s celebrate International Women’s Day, by recalling the women who have inspired us.
There are many women who hold my respect, but today I’m thinking especially of my mother and my mother-in-law. My mother had one clear goal in her life which was to get her daughters well settled in life. All her life, she worked tirelessly towards this. My father was often away and she had to see to the household as well as hold down a job. Whatever my sisters and I have achieved, we owe it to her. My mother-in-law is completely devoted to home though she worked as a teacher before her retirement. I’ve seen how she has faced health issues and other things without flinching, and time and again, has got back to her normal life by what often seems sheer will. I think I’m influenced by these two women quite deeply in my life and all my commitment to my family springs from that inspiration.

Which women have figured as inspiring people in your life? Alternatively, what’s your definition of a strong woman? Just answer any of these two simple questions to enter today’s giveaway. You can give examples from real life and/or fiction. One of the commenters will win both the books in the Indian Princesses Saga, featuring the princesses Lakshaya and Rukmani, female heroes who aren’t afraid to go after and stand up for what they want, even in the restricted society of the early medieval period in India.

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Amazon.com:http://www.amazon.com/Hidden-Passion-Historical-Romance-Princesses-ebook/dp/B00RBUM0EG

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Amazon.com:http://www.amazon.com/The-Eligible-Princess-Historical-Princesses-ebook/dp/B00Z09FAQA

Looking forward to your responses.

#giveaway #InternationalWomensDay #UnexpectedValentines – a short story collection

To celebrate Women’s Day, I have a giveaway on my blog. A copy of my latest ebook, Unexpected Valentines is on the offer. Just share this post and leave a comment here why you like short stories to enter.

Unexpected Valentines is a collection of romantic reads – seven romances in one

Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00TBC9O9Q
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Love can be found at the most unexpected places, with unlikely people. Your heart might be searching for love but when love finally hits, it shies away from committing. 
What are the barriers that keep two people away, even when perfect love is just within reach? 
Explore the ways love can be discovered. Celebrate romance with this quick read ideal for romance fiction lovers.

Stories in this collection:

Unexpected Valentine

The Magic Within

Love at loggerheads

Chained to Shadows

Right or Wrong

Coffee and Clashes

Hooded Desire

Available at:
http://www.amazon.com/Unexpected-Valentines-Stories-make-believe-ebook/dp/B00TBC9O9Q

Add it to Goodreads at: 
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/24867685-unexpected-valentines