Who is Anamika Khanna?
Today I'm delighted to introduce author Shraddha Sahi and her book Anamika Khanna Falls in Love. But who is Anamika?
About the Book:
How far would you go in love?
A few missed calls? Liking every post of his on FB? Landing in the hospital when you fall from a tree because you wanted to see into his room?
Anamika Khanna is madly in love with Rahul…
How can someone be so blind? Why can’t she see how much I love her? Will my confession jeopardise our friendship?
Vikram Lobo, the bookworm has developed muscles and lost the soda bottle glass-es. But he can’t stop his heart from skipping a beat when he sees Anamika.
Rahul, the high society Adonis wants nothing to do with the gauche, middle class weirdo who’s following him around. Until she moves into his league…
Laugh out loud at Anamika’s antics and follow her on the roller coaster that is her life!
Meet Anamika Khanna
If you had a free day with no responsibilities and your only mission was to enjoy yourself, what would you do?
If you could spend the day with someone you admire (living or dead or imaginary), who would you pick?
What is your idea of perfect happiness? And, what is your current state of mind?
What do you consider to be the most overrated virtue and why?
Tell us 3 things about yourself that the readers do not know about
Meet the Author:
Words have been the centre of Shraddha’s existence for as long as she can re-member. Fed up with her constant demand for books, her parents asked her to write her own. And so, it began!
She’s an ophthalmologist with a specialisation in Glaucoma. She juggles her profes-sional demands with her new label of tennis mom and the larger than life charac-ters that live in her mind, demanding to be manifested.
She has written A Doctor in the House (Partridge), A Great Fall (Juggernaut) and The Case of the Counterfeit Currency (Mango Books) and also has an anthology of poems (F.I.S.T) (Pothi Books)
Shraddha finds herself attracted to stories about women – strong ones, funny ones & kick ass survivors. Her self-deprecating humor tends to stay with you long after you’ve shut the book.