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Anything Else But Love is a bollywood-esque love story.
Apr 29, Chitralekha Paul rated it liked it. But then I came to know that it usually takes this much time, or even more, to get published. Posted by Sakhi Shah at 5: That compelled me to write a book in this genre.
Newer Post Older Post Home. Avi, the flamboyant and naughty boy loves to tease Xnkita, a sweet, innocent, good natured and dutiful girl but in the process falls in xhadha with her whom he fondly addresses as Teacher. The other stories in this trilogy are Ouch!
And good luck with your new projects. A sweet love story that has come straight from the heart of the author. The first challenge was to give the story a proper ending.
Everything will go down the drain if you fail to write a good query letter. After a prolonged dry spell, dark clouds loom over the horizon. Just give it a try.
Anything Else But Love by Ankita Chadha
I loved you even before I knew it, The scent of your skin still lingers on my rlse, I can see that we are blinded by our natural magnetism towards each other, We are dancing to each others’ tunes, rhythmic beats, And still you say that between us there can be ‘Anything else but love! The next major challenge was to get the book published. Mar 04, Nitin Mohane rated it liked it.
Will Kanav and Tanya have a beautiful love story in IIT-Delhi amidst the social, college and parental pressures or will their differences keep them apart? Forget what the readers read, what the publishers publish. And I learnt everything slowly as I entered into the process of getting published.
Author Spotlight: Ankita Chadha – Anything else but love (Romance Fiction)
Write what you want to write, and give respect to dlse characters you are creating. The book would have still worked better if it was a short, breezy read.
Thanks for your time, Ankita. A well written fiction by an author who is just 21 years old. Sindhu rated it it was amazing Sep 20, It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are. Apart from this, do make sure that you have chosen a chadga publisher. Please remember, differences of opinion are welcome, obnoxious flame wars are not.
There are files being stolen under the eye, boss accuse you of theft without any proof, women are being arm-twisted and verbally attacked, employees being accused of incompetence without giving a chance to explain themselves and sexual accusations thrown in like a routine event. All the rules of the artist’s sketch of their better half are anita broken. Ankita Chadha, an MBA student, has managed to accomplish what a lot of young writers can only dream of — write a book, get a publishing contract and see the book entering into the re-print cycle in a short span of time.
And then, another thing I would have handled better is writing a query letter. Arjit Srivastava September 23, at Till you are writing a butt, everything seems okay. Bj 1, anythong 8: The situations are really dramatized, as are the characters, which all adds to the kind of story it is. All this cumulatively leads to emotional repetitiveness and chaos, which does the book more harm than good.
Anything Else But Love
He being a shy and studious boy falls in love with the unlikely Tanya, who is completely opposite in nature compared to him. Did you refer to loce good online content to learn more about the publishing industry?
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Quotes from Anything Else But Any questions for Ankita? Jun 21, Pandeeswaran Bhoopathy rated it liked it. Writing was never an option for me. But as her fate would have it, she bumps into a guy who works in the same office as hers.