Every Time It Rains – Book Launch in Jaipur!

Image Source – Nikita Singh’s Official Facebook Page

Nikita Singh wrote her first book when she was 19 year old. Her first book Love@Facebook became an instant bestseller fetching a lot of fans. The author currently resides and New York and has written 10 books including Every Time it Rains.

“It took me 14 days to write this book, well obviously the first draft”, said the young and energetic Romance novel writer, Nikita Singh, at an event that was organised at ITC Rajputana Jaipur.

Nikita Singh Every Time It Rains

Image Source – Nikita Singh Official Facebook Page

On Wednesday, 22 February 2017, the author from Patna discussed about her journey to become a writer and about her new book “Every Time It Rains” with Aakriti Periwal. The crowd was so excited to know about the work that she does before she published her book, well obviously 14 days!

Nikita in the event said that she likes to write everything in one go, and does not stop until she is done. Before writing the first draft of the novel she spends months planning the plot, outline and the characters.

Nikita Singh Every Time It Rains

Image Source – Nikita Singh’s Official Facebook Page

The New York resident author’s work stands apart from other contemporary writers of India because of the strong female character in her books. Admitting to this comment of Aakriti Periwal, the author said that this came from her surroundings of strong and independent women.

Apart from all this, the writer also spoke about how her life in multiple cities and towns of India, and her move to the US had helped her in generating new ideas. The time she spent as an editor at Grapevine India Pvt. Ltd. also helped her to become what she is today. “I was an editor before I became a writer”, said Nikita Singh.

Nikita Singh also visited Crossword Bookstore, C-Scheme, Jaipur to meet her fans and sign their copies of Every Time It Rains on Wednesday.



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