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Amulya Malladi

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Amulya Malladi is the bestselling author of seven novels, including The Copenhagen Affair. She knows her airports well because in her "spare time," she works full-time as a marketing executive for a global company. After fourteen years of mostly bad weather in Denmark, she moved to Southern California a few years ago, where she now lives with her husband and two sons.

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Amulya Malladi Hi Avishek, There are always sources of inspiration. The current book my agent is shopping around is about surrogacy and that came to be based on a ne…moreHi Avishek, There are always sources of inspiration. The current book my agent is shopping around is about surrogacy and that came to be based on a news story I saw on BBC about a British couple using an Indian surrogate.

Usually, my inspiration is a question. What happens when? What happens when you try to commit suicide and live - what happens to your family? (Serving Crazy with Curry)

These days I am also painting and since I am new to it and I get inspired by other painters, by photographs...something I feel. (less)
Amulya Malladi Thank you for your question. Arranged marriage is a theme in some of my novels - however, neither my parents nor I have had an arranged marriage. My h…moreThank you for your question. Arranged marriage is a theme in some of my novels - however, neither my parents nor I have had an arranged marriage. My husband is Danish.(less)
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Was that a racist remark or are you just a sensitive brown girl?

You have to accept it. You are a brown girl living in a white society. Nine times out of ten you’re the only person of color in a restaurant, a meeting room, the pharmacy … et cetera, et cetera.

The fact is that you’re not conscious about your color because you’re not carrying a mirror in front of you. You don’t see your skin color. You also don’t see the color of the people around you—you don’t wa

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“But sometimes when you wore a mask for a very long time, it became your face.”
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“Time made apologies and absolution unnecessary. Time didn't really heal, it just made bad memories distant so that the brain couldn't recapture the lost pain”
Amulya Malladi, A Breath of Fresh Air

“I had always thought that the relationships we make strangers are the hardest and the relationships we have with family the easiest. For me the opposite had been true. The family I was born into was not really my family anymore, while the family I made for myself out of strangers was mine.”
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“But sometimes when you wore a mask for a very long time, it became your face.”
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“I had always thought that the relationships we make strangers are the hardest and the relationships we have with family the easiest. For me the opposite had been true. The family I was born into was not really my family anymore, while the family I made for myself out of strangers was mine.”
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“If they were not Indian, Devi was sure they’d be divorced.”
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“Time made apologies and absolution unnecessary. Time didn't really heal, it just made bad memories distant so that the brain couldn't recapture the lost pain”
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