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Reet Singh

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My love affair with books began when I was a tot. A fabulous mother, who recognized the power of the written word, read to me and my sisters every night, introducing us to the wonderful world of the imagination.

Once I could read on my own, I graduated from fairy tales to adventure stories to romance, spending all my pocket money on books. My father served in the army and took the family along mostly wherever he went, resulting in experiences that beg to find a place in my books.

I am a doctor, but make time for my other passions – reading and writing stories, watching romantic comedies, and doing creative things with wool and a crochet hook. I also love solving the Hindu crossword, and - when my muse is elusive - I enjoy pitting my wits agai
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I put away my manuscript!
I read, watch a movie....
I sleep on it, talking to the protagonists just before I nod off!
It seems to work.... by the time I wake up, I 'm back on track!(less)
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Three of my romances are free on Amazon Prime - come have a look. If you haven't subscribed to Prime, don't worry...they're also free on Kindle Unlimited...
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“I do not need to understand words to know he is disappointed I am not a boy. Some things need no translation. And I know, because my body remembers without benefit of words, that men who do not welcome girl-babies will not treasure me as I grow to woman - though he call me princess just because the Guru told him to.

I have come so far, I have borne so much pain and emptiness!

But men have not yet changed.”
Shauna Singh Baldwin, What the Body Remembers

Bharati Mukherjee
“One time you mentioned the loneliness inside of marriage and I did not understand what you were saying. Two people are together; they have come from the same place; they share the same values, the same language. Practically speaking, they are the two halves of one consciousness. They eat the same food; they have a child; they sleep in the same bed, how can they be lonely.”
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“You know marriage is like hunger. You yearn for it till you don’t get the food. Once the stomach is full, you don’t want more on your plate. But then hunger can subside only temporarily. It keeps coming back and that’s how exactly a happy married life keeps going on, with all ups and downs.”
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“Do you hate people?”

“I don't hate them...I just feel better when they're not around.”
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Reet Singh Ravi wrote: "The Book Club

Is this an exclusive club for women? I seem to be an odd man out."

No Ravi, lots of members of either gender!


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Ravi Bedi The Book Club

Is this an exclusive club for women? I seem to be an odd man out.


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