Saturday, 4 July 2015

A Warm reply to a valid question which every girl of marriageable age should know by Aditi Chopra in form of a Guest Post

Today I have special guest on by blog .Please welcome  the one and only Aditi Chopra  who has writes  many Non Resident Indian fiction and Non-Fictions Stories .Little Brief About The Author
Aditi Chopra was born in India and now lives in Texas with her family. She writes NRI (Non Resident Indian) fiction and non-fiction books.
Aditi has an engineering background but she has found her creative bone in fiction writing. Her stories range from Contemporary Romance to Women's Fiction. You might see a glimpse of Bollywood in her stories and will definitely enjoy the emotional ride.
Aditi focuses on leadership skills in her non-fiction books. Her readers get practical take-aways that they can utilize in their career.
Aditi is also a member of Women's Fiction Writers Association.

Question : What made you come up with such an interesting book title? Why Mr. Imperfect series? Do you think girls like bad boys more or is there some other reason behind the term 'Imperfect.'


I am glad that you found the title of my book interesting. You know, they say that perfection lies in imperfections. For the longest time, I used to be a perfectionist, always expecting perfection from myself and looking for it in others. But, as we all know, perfection doesn’t exist in reality. Moreover, it is really a person’s perception about others. One’s perfection may be someone else’s nightmare. I may have evolved into a practical perfectionist now.
I believe that every girl dreams of Mr. Perfect or Mr. Right especially when she is marriageable age. Some may even have a list of qualities that they would look for in their ideal partner. Somewhere, these girls have an image of how their partners should behave, look like, or talk. But in reality, what seems imperfect could really be what they needed and they didn’t even know about it.
Mr. Imperfect series delves into the lives of three intriguing women, Nikki, Sonali and Maya, who come across their “imperfect” partners from different walks of life. The stories explore how their relationships evolve as circumstances change and give us a view into contemporary relationships, which have become more complicated than they used to be.  Throughout this series, I have explored the nuances of three contemporary NRI relationships.

Thank you for taking time out from your busy schedule to answer my question   .

With Lots of Love and Hugs 

Writer Gal

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