Reet Singh Inspires Writers.

The pages of my blog are becoming more and more intoxicated with the amazing talent that is gracing my blog. Another gem and her ‘pearls of wisdom’ for my readers and fellow writers and bloggers is presented by the very kind, sweet and very romantic Reet Singh. She is the author of Scorched by His Fire her first book as well as a children sci-fi fantasy The Zaken Takeover and her latest book The Cure was Love

She talks about the most crucial aspect of writing – motivation or simulation for writing books. As she tells us about How I find inspiration for my books”you too will be inspired to pick up that pen and paper and get creating.

A very warm welcome to you Reet, It is a honour and pleasure to have you here.
Dear Inderpreet, thank you so much for inviting me over.
For me, the best part of writing a book is staring at the blank canvas. The knowledge that I can transform it into anything I like is empowering.
When I am scouting around for inspiration, I look first inside my own head.
I imagine tense scenarios where a man and a woman might conceivably meet for the first time – a hospital emergency, a party (Scorched by His Fire), a plane about to make an unscheduled landing.
This exercise is a lot of fun. I have the freedom to discard options, edit them, seek new scenarios – usually at night, after the lights are turned out.
Sometimes it is a place that captures my fancy – like Mauritius, where I went for work, and which was the perfect starting point for ‘Scorched by His Fire’.
It might be the trope that intrigues – how would it be to write about revenge turning to love? Or love across borders (The Cure was Love)?
I am sometimes fascinated with a character that comes alive in my head and urges me to write about her.
It could be just about anything. But how do these inspiring images and ideas get into my head? As an author, am I blessed with an extra special sense – a seventh sense, beyond the five we are born with, and the telepathic sixth that some of us have? Well, maybe, although I think it is far simpler than that.
Our imaginations are fed by our experiences – from reading, and watching the television; from looking at people and observing them. We are buffeted by events and ordeals, adventures and encounters; myriad experiences from the day that we are born. It is when we are able to examine them and share them, that we become writers. If we must give it a name, let us call it the seventh sense, this ability to examine and share.
Want to write?
Looking for that elusive muse? 
Release your seventh sense. Inspiration will follow!

Thank you Reet for that insightful advice. It is time to introspect, explore and write about ourselves and what we wish to share through our writing.
I shall be falling back on my seventh sense more often and have more faith on my writing.
All the best for your new book
The Cure was Love .  
Wishing you another best seller and many more!

Scorched by His Fire
Reet Singh 

The Blurb
 Mita Ramphul can’t face another family set-up with a ‘nice young man’. What she needs is to divert her family’s attention so introducing the devastatingly handsome Tanay Devkumar as her new boyfriend is a stroke of brilliance. Until Tanay’s scorching hot kisses threaten to shatter her plans for the perfect pretend date. 

He might drive her crazy, yet spending time with Tanay sparks a passion Mita never knew she had. It’s only meant to be temporary, but when Tanay looks at her with that smoldering fire in his ebony eyes Mita can’t help but surrender to the temptation of her fake boyfriend.

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Meet the Author

Reet has a romantic soul, partly genetic but certainly attributable to the romantic fiction she devours by the kilo. When she’s not watching romcoms, or doing creative things with wool and a crochet hook, or playing Scrabble, she can be found in the kitchen putting together her ‘world-famous’ one-pot meals.

Married for three decades, her prototypical tall, handsome, and sensitive hero-husband still makes her heart skip a beat. Writing about love and happy endings feeds her romantic soul; hearing from her readers thrills her.

Having a mother that read to her, she paid it forward, telling bedtime stories to her sons and nieces until they grew too old too fast. As a reaction to them growing up before she knew what was happening, she began writing for older children, and has published children’s books on Amazon, for Kindle.

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