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Nuptial Knots [KINDLE] ❀ Nuptial Knots By Rachna Singh – Thomashillier.co.uk How difficult can it be for two people to stay together Rachna Singh grappled with this question as she saw marriages around her crumbling This book is a culmination of her observations and experience How difficult can it be for two people to stay together Rachna Singh grappled with this question as she saw marriages around her crumbling This book is a culmination of her observations and experiences as she talked to, cried with, and shared the pain of these couples Her humorous debut novel, Dating, Diapers and Denial is raking in rave reviews from readers across the globe The novel talks to men and women who have dated, raised kids and gone through the sweet sour moments that come with it it s a novel you d want to read over and over again, to double up at the funny anecdotal passages and the witty observations Tongue in cheek, with self aimed pot shots, the innuendoes are clever, and witty In this novel, Rachna shifts gears from anecdotal humour to what she calls therapeutic fiction to write six sweetly tantalizing stories that gently unravel the knotty realities that newly married couples face Each story is based on a true account, and unscrambles a different aspect, each, of the intricate relationship called marriage The narration is languorous, enthralling, and is peppered, lightly, with her characteristic humour.

    Kindle Edition Ù Nuptial Knots eBook ↠ innuendoes are clever, and witty In this novel, Rachna shifts gears from anecdotal humour to what she calls therapeutic fiction to write six sweetly tantalizing stories that gently unravel the knotty realities that newly married couples face Each story is based on a true account, and unscrambles a different aspect, each, of the intricate relationship called marriage The narration is languorous, enthralling, and is peppered, lightly, with her characteristic humour."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 122 pages
  • Nuptial Knots
  • Rachna Singh
  • 10 July 2019

About the Author: Rachna Singh

Rachna Singh writes in the areas of humour, love, and organizational development She believes in living in the moment, cherishing life as it comes, and reaping the most of every moment Her humorous debut novel, Dating, Diapers and Denial is raking in rave reviews from readers across the globe The novel talks to men and women who have dated, raised kids and gone through the sweet sour moments that come with it it s a novel you d want to read over and over again, to double up at the funny anecdotal passages and the witty observations Tongue in cheek, with self aimed pot shots, the innuendoes are clever, and witty In her second novel, Nuptial Knots , Rachna changes gears to write six sweetly tantalizing stories that gently unravel the knotty realities of newly married couples Each story unscrambles a different aspect of the intricate relationship called marriage, as the reader soaks, luxuriously, into the enthralling narration Born and schooled in Allahabad, Rachna studied at St Mary s Convent and, subsequently, at the University of Allahabad She inherits her wicked humor from her father, Ajit Thakurdas, and her love for writing from her mother, Kamalini Thakurdas, who writes in poetry and prose in Hindi Rachna has worked in the area of Learning and Organizational Development for almost two decades She has worked at Tata Motors, Infosys, Spice Telecom and Dell Married to Alok, alumni, IT BHU Meta, , and IIM Lucknow , Rachna has two children, Aisha and Prithviraj The author plans to continue writing, across genres, giving her readers something new to relish, each time.



6 thoughts on “Nuptial Knots

  1. Surabhi Sharma Surabhi Sharma says:

    The book has six stories and theme of every story is marriage But that is not all, the author gives her advice on how to mange your wedding, relationship with your in law, and off course the boy who you are married now The book is written from a girls perspective, what s with the girl who have to leave everything behind and marry a boy and his family This is India, marriage don t happen between two people but between their families too , so there is nothing much for boys to read Itslik The book has six stories and theme of every story is marriage But that is not all, the author gives her advice on how to mange your wedding, relationship with your in law, and off course the boy who you are married now The book is written from a girls perspective, what s with the girl who have to leave everything behind and marry a boy and his family This is India, marriage don t happen between two people but between their families too , so there is nothing much for boys to read Itslike a guide book to newly wed couples and all the girls who are getting married soon.These kind of books are very few and author has their own ways and means of looking at things She is a human, there can be flaws and can be facts It you can take this in a good spirit than it is a good read for you.https thereviewauthor.wordpress.com

  2. Sulipta Sulipta says:

    Picked for a travel read Light and based on relations rather nuptial facts.Short stories and compilation of personal experience simple and inspired from daily life little to learn but good read.first of its kind to read something like that.

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