Guest Post by PG Van

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Today on our blog my sweet author friend P.G.Van is going to post her GP here.So please welcome her with her Reyan in his  newest avatar .

Over to you Madame,

Importance of Reyan if you had got in real life ?.

Reyan is one of my favorite book boyfriend and I think every girl dreams about and wants to be with a guy like him at all times. He is smart and hot and that is a lethal combination that can make any girl swoon but not Vinnie. Reyan is perfect for Vinnie and even with her titanium exterior she melts in his arms. She needed him in her life to resolve her internal conflicts before she surrendered herself to him. He is the extra push she needed to reach out and embrace what was hers and cherish her famiy.

He is everything anyone wants in a boyfriend, scorching hot looks, penetrating eyes and the perfect amount of dominance. He is stubborn enough to not give up on what he wants and is caring enough for you to have a tooth ache from all the sweetness. He is also a trust worthy and protective friend who will go to any extent for his friends Neel and Annie.

He is a perfect mix of spice and sweetness and I would love for him to be part of my life. He would play a very important role as a  friend or as the lover who knows how to take care of someone and to tame someone’s wild side when required.

I hope my readers  are enjoying every bit of your posting like me .

 

Thank you for being here with me and readers of this blog .

Sweety

 

 

 

 

 

Guest Post by Rubina

Merry X -MAS ALL :-).

Today on Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes , there  is this  darling Rubina who is now an author has agreed to pen a guest post for us here .

So  lets welcome her here with a special Merry Chirstmas Video 

 

Over to you Ruuuuuuuuuuuubinaaaaaaaaaa !.

Guest Post by Rubina 

There are many ladies wishing to be single forever, what is your reasoning in this regard?

 

Hhaha.. You are asking me this question 20 years too late :D. Your question made me look back and retrospect if I would have done anything different. I don’t think so. What we are today is always due to our past actions. Some make us stronger while others we either try to forget and move one or choose a different path than we would have if that incident had not taken place.

But the generation after us is different. Their wants are different, their needs are different. They have grown. I take great pride in my daughter and my son, even if I don’t agree with their viewpoint. When I was small, the topic of marriage was very prevalent in all households. Parents would start collecting things from the day a child was born. But today, it’s all about education in most of the households in big cities. I am only speaking of the social territory I associate myself with. The middle-class households.

The day I was born my mom must have wondered if I will marry a good guy and as I grew older, she must have worried if I can sustain a marriage with the ideologies I had. I too worry about my daughter. But the focus has shifted. Will she have a great career? Can she fly out of the nest? Marriage is not in the equation for me at all. So, if as a parent I have changed, how can the youngsters of tomorrow not change?

‘Roti, Kapda Aur Makaan’ (Food, Clothes, and A House) is not the worry of the menfolk alone today. Women have to think in the same way. If I tell my son, first think of building a house and then a family, I say the same thing to my daughter.

Today women are educated. Today they think a career is not an option but a necessity. Asking for Rs. 100 for shaved ice (Gola) from your husband is no more a sign of love, but dependency. But that does not mean stay- at-home moms are wrong. It’s a choice they made. I made. If it was forced on me, it would have been another story. But today, girls don’t want that choice. They want their independence. Rightfully so. And they are equipped enough to have it and until men grow up to that level, many women and a few men too would love to stay single.

I  hope you all are really enjoying her opinion   on why women want  to remind single forever  ?.

Thanks for stopping  by Guys ❤ you all .

With Lots of  Kisses ,

Niharika

 

Guest Post by Cate Beauman

Ethan Cooke Security and their bodyguard team return to action in Deceiving Bella – book eleven in Cate Beauman’s Bodyguards of L.A. County series.

 

With over 7700 reviews and a 4.4 rating for the entire series, see why the Bodyguards of L.A. County is a multi-award winning series.

 

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New to the series? No problem! Each book in the “Bodyguards” series is a stand-alone title. Although reading the books in order is preferred, it is not necessary.  Each title features brand new primary characters and limited overlapping secondary characters.  Don’t hesitate to jump right in!

 

 

Isabella Colby has always yearned for normalcy. Now that she’s settled in LA, she finally has it. Good friends, a pretty home, and her thriving career as the Palisades’ top skincare specialist are a dream come true. Bella is content until she meets her hunky new neighbor, but her attraction to the blue-eyed cutie is the least of her worries when contacting her long-lost father threatens to destroy her happy life.

 

Reed McKinley is more than ready to forget the past. His seven-year stint as an NYPD detective nearly got him killed. His wounds have healed and he’s starting over as Ethan Cooke Security’s latest recruit. With sixty-hour workweeks and little time to himself, the last thing on his mind is a relationship. Then he bumps into the gorgeous woman next door.

 

Reed and Bella become fast friends. Before long, Reed discovers that Bella is keeping dangerous secrets. Bella may have the answers to decades-old questions he’s been searching for. Reed will risk it all to uncover the truth, but he soon realizes that the deeper he digs, the direr the consequences.

 

Guest Post 

The Inspiration Behind Deceiving Bella:

It’s no secret that I’m a crime television junky. I love watching anything that might bring about an idea for another story. Several months ago, I found a series on Netflix about La Cosa Nostra—or the five mafia families of New York. I was immediately drawn to the information I was observing. Within minutes, I knew I wanted to weave together an adventure that would bring Isabella Colby and Reed McKinley face to face with organized crime. I hope you’ll enjoy reading Deceiving Bella as much as I loved writing it.

 

 

Read an excerpt from Deceiving Bella:

 

They kept a slow pace, strolling in silence as the breeze plastered their clothes to their bodies and the constant sound of waves hypnotized, lulling Reed into relaxing by degrees.

“Thanks for coming with me tonight. It’s nice having company.”

He looked at Bella, staring at the fading light playing off her eyes. “The water smells better than a bunch of sweaty guys.”

“Your gym.” Her brow creased ever so slightly as she held his gaze. “What do you do for fun?”

“Work and box.”

“Sounds…like a good time.”

“I like it.”

“Do you smile?”

He frowned. “Huh?”

“I was wondering if you ever smile—or laugh. I haven’t seen you do either since we met.”

He sent her an exaggerated grin.

She laughed.

He smiled for real this time, finding her laughter infectious.

“You do smile. I wasn’t sure if you had some sort of facial paralysis we hadn’t discussed yet.”

He grinned.

“You should do that more often.” She hooked her arm through his.

He almost missed a step as the warmth of her skin met his, surprised by her casual gesture. He wasn’t used to people being so touchy-feely. “I do it plenty.”

“I’ll have to take your word for it.”

How was it possible she smelled even better now that they stood so close? It had to be her hair. “I don’t know what to say to that.”

She stopped abruptly. “Are you seeing anyone?”

He studied her, not sure that he liked where this was going. “No. You interested?”

She shook her head. “You’re not really my type.”

He tried to ignore the direct hit to his ego. “You’re not mine either.”

Another smile warmed her face. “I think we could be great friends, and I like projects—love them, actually.”

His frown returned. “And that means…”

“It means I like you. And I love that you don’t seem to have any interest in getting into my pants.”

Years of concealing any and all facial expressions kept his eyes from popping wide. “Wow.” He ran his hand through his hair, speechless once again. “Okay.”

She laughed. “I’m a big fan of honesty—putting it right out there.”

He chuckled as he settled his sunglasses on top of his head. “Clearly.”

They started walking again.

“There’s something about you that feels…safe.”

He raised his brow, taken aback. He’d been called many things, but this was a first. “Safe?”

She nodded. “Safe. It’s a good thing, but you’re pretty serious. We need to lighten you up. You need to play more.”

“I play plenty. I box.”

She scoffed, “Beating someone’s face in can’t lead you down the road to happiness.”

Her side brushed his with every step. He imagined he should ease away, break their connection, but he liked the way she felt, that she trusted him. “There’s more to boxing than beating someone’s face in.”

She looked at him as if she wasn’t so sure.

“I’ll have to show you—” He glanced over his shoulder when he realized they hadn’t seen Lucy for a while and laughed as the dog lay on her back in the sand with her front paws in the air. “What is she doing?”

“Sunbathing.”

He laughed again, shaking his head. “I’ve never seen anything like that.” His eyes met Bella’s as she stared at him. “What?”

“You have a great laugh.”

To his surprise, he was having a great time. It shocked him further that he liked Bella as much as she seemed to like him. Being here with her was exactly what he’d needed. “How long do you want to stay?”

“The sun sets soon. It’s the best part.”

The sand wasn’t bothering him much, and he couldn’t remember the last time his shoulders felt so loose. “I don’t have a blanket.”

“We can sit on our shoes.” She tossed hers down. “We can plunk ourselves right here.”

Lucy rolled to her side, stood, and ran their way.

He shrugged, dropping his flip-flops to the ground. “I guess this is as good a place as any.”

“It’ll be spectacular.” She took his hand, pulling him down next to her. “You won’t regret it.”

“We’ll have to remember a blanket next time.”

She smiled. “You want to come back?”

He stared ahead, petting Lucy when she curled up next to him, breathing in Bella with each inhalation. “I could see myself doing this again.”

She gave his shoulder a bump. “Good. You can be my beach buddy.”

He nodded, liking the idea. “Yeah, sure.”

“Great.”

“Great.” He crossed his ankles in the sand, his foot brushing Bella’s as they settled in to enjoy the show. It had been too damn long since he watched a sunset.

 

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About the author:

 

International bestselling author Cate Beauman is known for her full-length, action-packed romantic suspense series, The Bodyguards of L.A. County. Her novels have been nominated for the National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award, National Indie Excellence Award, Golden Quill Award, Writers Touch Award, and have been named Readers Favorite Five Star books. In 2015, JUSTICE FOR ABBY was selected as the Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Gold Medalist, while SAVING SOPHIE took the Silver Medal. SAVING SOPHIE was also selected as the 2015 Readers Crown Award winner for Romantic Suspense and FALLING FOR SARAH received the silver medal for the 2014 Readers’ Favorite Awards.

 

Cate makes her home in North Carolina with her husband, two boys, and their St. Bernards, Bear and Jack. Currently Cate is working on her twelfth full length romantic suspense novel.

 

 

 

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Guest Post by Jatin

 

Today on our blog we have Jatin K. Please welcome him on Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes with  a purple rose .

Liitle brief about the author



Take an ounce full of imagination and a scoop of humour. Mix them well. Now put a few teaspoons of feelings and emotions and simmer until it smells good. Add spices for taste. Put the mixture on the platter of dreams and garnish it with a few peanuts of desires and some herbs of passion – that’s all it takes to be Jatin Kuberkar. Jatin is a software engineer by day and a passionate writer by night. When not tangled in software codes, Jatin likes to express his inspirations in the form of poetry, short stories, novels and essays.
Now read a  Guest Post by him 

Describe your favorite Canteen Moment from your college dairies?

 I was born and brought-up in Nizamabad. It was then, a rustic town. For us Canteen was the street side tea stall. Every moment I spent at the stall can be called a favorite canteen moment for me. The stall was a one-stop-shop for every college goer. Tea, biscuits, samosas, cigarettes, ‘packets’, ‘bottles’, ticketsto the latest movie in the town and what not! Rajesh, fondly known as ‘RajAnna’, the owner of that stall was, for us, the richest man on earth. We often owed him more money than the size of our pockets those days. He was our guru, our philosopher, peace maker, messenger, hoax buster, daily news report and an unlikely friend.

Speaking of the Canteen memory, there is one that I can never forget. It was during the fresher’s party. In our college, an informal and friendly form of Ragging was excused only on that day. As I was parking my cycle at the stand a stranger from a group called my name. I guessed by his appearance that he was my super senior. My heart started pounding at the hint of being ragged. He took me to Raj anna’s stall and asked me what can I do for him. I smiled and said ‘anything decent’. At my answer, they asked me to sing a song, dance on the street and buy tea for all of the group. I did everything, (actually enjoyed doing it). I thought, that was it, I was done with the ragging episode. But the climax was still pending.

That day, I wore a white shirt to the college. One of the seniors said that they were very happy to meet me and they wanted to give me a memorable gift. Saying so, he took out his pen, wrote a signed message on my pure white shirt. What else then, the whole group followed the suit. Not only that, they sent me to their class and all the thirty odd members signed on my shirt!

I still cherish it as one of my best.

Guest Post by Sundari

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Sundari Venkatraman an Amazon first ranker is honoring our blog with her guest post today . Please  welcome her with a sweet milk rabri as she going speak about love in today′s times .

 

Over to you Sundari ,

 

‘Love’ the word is hyped by gen X. What in actuality is the definition of true love?

 

 

 

I think the word “Love” has been given importance down the ages, not just by Gen X. As for a definition, it could be pretty varied for different people.

 

Personally, I think true love is that which isn’t possessive; doesn’t hold back the other; knows how to let go, confident that the love will come back if it belongs to one.

 

In a way, you can say that “love” is overly hyped nowadays by Gen X in the sense that people are desperate in their relationships with their partners. For example, there is the guy who throws acid on the woman he loves, only because she doesn’t return his feelings. It’s an insult to the word.

 

And then there is the woman who wants to break the man’s married life, just because he doesn’t return her “love” for him. Isn’t that simply scary?

 

I know of this guy who’s been in love with a girl for years. She doesn’t love him. It doesn’t really matter to him. He’s not gone searching for love elsewhere and lives his life happily. Yeah, you read that right. He lives happily, without any anger or animosity towards her. This is what I would call “true love”.

 

To get to my novella, The Smitten Husband, Ram is so much in love with his wife, that he’s ready to let her go once he realises that she is not be happy in the marriage. Understanding well that she might not be welcomed back into her family, he even offers to help her get trained and set up her own business, ensuring her independence. This is what I would call “true love” and it’s all about setting free the person you love.

 

I hope I have managed to answer your thought-provoking question. Thank you so much for hosting me on your blog.

And I hope you all   will enjoy  reading  this GP  by Sundari  on this blog ie Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes.

With Lots of Love an Hugs ,

Sweety from Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes 

Guest Post by Karthik K.B.Rao

Because  Krishna′s flute  comes down to read KKBR ′s book ie  The Mahabharata code only  to complain to his master about humans writing various versions of the real epic Mahabharata .

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Today KKRB who techie by profession  will be penning a Guest Post for  us  here on Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes so that flute will stop complaining about our behaviour .

Over to you !. 

Guest Post by KKRB 

What has NASA found out from Krishna’s land ?

I am afraid that will give away the entire story of my book 🙂  . To describe without revealing much in my book, NASA receives various mysterious signals from this unknown planet mostly pertaining to Indian mythology like om, swastika etc and one of them is an open invitation to their planet simply stating  “Athithi Devo Bhava!”  This could be interpreted in many ways. Did they mean ‘guest will be treated like god’ (come explore our planet and there is plenty of oil here!!) or did they actually mean ‘guest IS GOD!’ (treat this as a SOS call , please come and save us!)?

With Lots  of Joy and Happiness ,

Sweety from Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes

 

 

 

Guest Post by Lynn Steward

Today on our blog  Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes is Lynn Steward, a veteran of the New York fashion industry and a buyer on the team that started the women’s department at Brooks Brothers, created the Dana McGarry series, set at a transformational time in the 1970s world of fashion and in the lives of multigenerational women. What Might Have Been is the second volume in the series. A Very Good Life, Steward’s debut novel, was published in March 2014.

Please welcome this Author here with a serious of designer tops as she going to pen a beautiful guest post for us .

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 Over to you Lynn,

Could you brief us about Dana’s persona ?

 

As a fashion buyer at one of New York’s most glamorous department stores, Dana McGarry is a tastemaker, her keen instinct for fashion trends and innovative ideas coupled with a razor-sharp business sense. But like the elegant and conservative store that employs her, Dana is caught between two eras—between being liked and standing her ground, between playing by the rules and being a maverick. Dana is sensitive and beautiful, but what you see is not what you get. Behind the cool and attractive facade, Dana is both driven by her need to control yet impeded by her expectation of perfectionism. As she competes to replace women at the top of their game, she is challenged by jealous colleagues. And when a wealthy love interest wants to open doors and support her ambition, she embraces Coco Chanel’s mantra of “never wanting to weigh more heavily on a man than a bird.” As the women’s movement paves the way, Dana finds a path to the career she wants at the expense of happiness that will have to wait.

Dana is likeable, and the readers root for her. She is strong yet vulnerable, determined but not quite sure how to get where she wants to be.

I hope you all must have really enjoyed reading this wonderful guest post  .

Thank you Lynn for  sharing your thoughts on Dana ′s persona  on   Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes .

With Lots of Joy and Happiness ,

Sweety