Interview With Messy

Today I have an interview with special and naughty  guest miss Misry  better known as Messy  on this blog ie Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes .

Please welcome this naught kid with truck load of claps . 

Watch her talk about her family and her super hero  .

Over to  us , Miss Messy .

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Interview with Miss Messy  ❤  ! 

1.Messy what is your true name and color ?.


Ma calls me Shona. Daddy calls me Misry and sometimes child too. He also calls me sweetheart  sometimes. But Raju calls me Messy and just because of him all my friends have started calling me Messy too. And I don’t like it.

Ma says, my name Misry means sweet candy and what good is Messy? Raju once said it means you are good at nothing but it is not true.

And just like my Ma I have a very fair complexion however it is tanned now as I remain outdoors in the sun most of the time, playing with my friends.


2.Why do you idealize Mr.Amitabh Bacchan ?.


Amitabh Bacchan! Oh MY God! He is my hero. I love watching him on the big screen. The last time I watched him he had fought with so many bad guys and taught them a nice lesson. I too want to fight like him and teach a lesson to the big boys who make fun of me. Amitabh Bacchan is always there to save his girlfriend from the clutches of the villain. He is soooo strong. When I grow up, I shall marry him and he will always save me too.


3.Where do you live Ms Messy ?.


Ummm… Right now we are posted at the Battalion  Head Quarter in a small town in,West Bengal. Before that we were in the BOP camp. Every two or three years my Daddy is transferred to a new location. And once more I had to make new friends both at school and at home.


4.Describe the place where you reside ?.


I love it  here. I have lots of friends to play with both at home and at school. And the best part I am even allowed to visit homes of my friends. I love visiting Honey’s home. We have lots of fun there with his siblings. We even go to watch the movie together on the weekends. But for that I and Honey have to really please our Ma. Ma  does not enjoy Bollywood movies. She loves Bengali movies which are not showcased in the camp. When we go to Dadu’s house we go to watch Bengali movies. We also have a huge Officer’s Mess where dinner parties are arranged quite frequently. I always love going to Mess parties as I can have my favorite beverage ThumbsUp.


5.The colors used in your book are viberant ,what is your take on that?.


I am glad you liked it. I love vibrant colours. It shows energy and happiness. And I am both energetic and a very happy child.


6.What is the best line from your book Ms Messy !?.


The best line would be “Grow Up Messy!” My Ma says that with a little frown on her forehead but I know she never means it. She always means ,”Don’t Grow Up Messy!”


7.What do you think about the author of your book ?.

The author of the book, Grow Up Messy!, Paromita Goswami is a child trapped in an adult body. I think she wrote this book because she wanted to enjoy life as a child again. Every time I saw her looking up at me, her eyes were more eager to join me in the fun, especially when I was taking my swimming lessons in the muddy pool. Gosh! How adults hate it to get drenched in the rain.   


I  hope you all must have  enjoyed  our lovely little chat session here .




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Saurabhi ..

I love you the most ,

Oh yes  same feeling here ,

So  what are we going to do this valentine ′s day ,

My Valentine ,

We are going to eat and sleep ,

Nishant says with a warm smile ,

And goes back to his snoring business .



With Lots of Kisses ,





Interview with Udai

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Being kiss day there is an interview with udai who has penned a thriller romance called  A WALK IN RAIN  here on Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes

So let us all welcome with clap .

Over to you , Udai..

Interview with Udai.


1.Who is Udai Yadla in 30 words?

He is a dreamer of the largest scale. He is an optimist who always sees positive.
2.Why your romances are dark and humorous at same time?

I always believe that the depth of love can be measured in the darkest
moments. And life without humour is art without colour.
3.Which is favorite character in your book A Walk in the Rain?
Saloni, without a second thought. She is the soul of the book. She is the source
of limitless hope and courage.
4. What does family say about your personality?
My family always says that I work more than what I should be doing, although
I feel that I should be doing more than what I’m already doing.


5. Udai author is ………ambitious, simple, quiet or sulky? Why?
Udai as an author is ambitious, though simple; calm, but not quiet.


I hope you all enjoyed our chat session here ,

Bye  for now .

With Lots of Kisses and Hugs ,


Interview with Simi <3


So Simi K Rao has an interesting profile she is  practicing physician , photographer , poetry and AN Author of :  

1,The Accidental Wife

2,Inconvenient Relations: Book 1 of the Arranged Match Series

3,Now and Forever: A Sequel to Inconvenient RelationsKindle Edition

4,Milan (A Wedding Story)

5, An Incurable Insanity.

Hey all her books have real content  in a fiction piece .But today on my request she has beautifully penned her answers to my intriguing questions .

Do read and appreciate it !.

Interview with Simi

1.     Who is Simi K. Rao in real sense apart from being a wife, mother, doctor and writer?

That is a tough question to answer and to be truthful I’m not exactly sure. I started off as a young girl who’s only dream in life was to become a doctor. My parents encouraged me and gave me all the support to help me achieve this goal.  But afterwards reality sunk in and the search continued. Then I became a mother which was a great joy and very fulfilling but it wasn’t enough. I felt a creative void that was subsequently filled by the writer.  Still, to be frank, I continue to seek definition as my ambitions, goals and desires change with time. Like Emerson said, ‘Life is a journey not a destination.’  


2.     When did the thought of writing contemporary romance come to your mind?

I began writing contemporary romance a few years ago. It just happened. Nothing was planned. I was watching a dreary soap opera on Indian TV and got frustrated with the story line. I thought I could write something better which the modern Indian woman could relate to. I also decided to incorporate some of my own experiences as an immigrant in my writings. I began to blog and was surprised and delighted by the response. What started as a dalliance became a habit and everything else followed.


3. Is ‘ Milan’ your love story?

No, it’s not (I wish). It is an idea that came to me after I spent a week in the beautiful hill station of Coonoor. I was so enamored and enchanted by the experience that I had to incorporate it in a book.

4. In your book ‘Inconvenient Relations ‘you brought in an autistic child character congrats! for that , Is Simi .K. Rao going to bring out a romance between a normal person and person with slight problem anytime in future since you living in country where all are given equal respect ?.

Thank you 🙂 My compliments to you. You appear to be a serious reader, not someone who skips through to the juicy parts.  

The character of the child Surjit in Inconvenient Relations, provided me the opportunity to share a personal experience. I also wanted to elaborate that autism is a condition where communication and social interaction are impaired. It shouldn’t be considered a mental retardation. Unfortunately, autism is often misunderstood and children with this condition are often neglected and abused especially in a country like India where mental disorders are treated as a stigma.

As for featuring a character with a disability or other shortcomings in a romance, I already have as in my book ‘The Accidental Wife’ where the heroine after meeting with a tragic accident suffers significant physical trauma besides losing her memory.


5. Apart from multifaceted person what Simi .K. Rao loves to do the most?

When I have time, I love to read, listen to music and travel.

6.There is sudden surge in romance writers what do you think about this?


Really? I wasn’t aware of the phenomenon. I can only guess at the cause. Perhaps because romance is relatively easy to write –especially for someone taking up writing for the first time. Also, it sells since it is a popular genre. Personally, I don’t want to define myself as a romance author–my future books (when I get down to writing them) will be in the category of contemporary fiction.




With Lots of Love,



Interview with Aarti

Today on my dear blog ie Romance Writer With Walnut Cup Cakes  a sweet Aarti V Raman has agreed to answer my question on her latest release  here which I  had mailed it  to her ,few days ago .


Over to  you Aarti !

  1. What made you to choose a dance subject for your latest book?

Dance is like all other art forms, chaotic, graceful and one finds meaning inside it, much like one can in writing or movies or books. I chose dance as one of the core themes of the book to pay homage to all the entertainers in the industry who wait endlessly for their break, never losing faith, never giving up. Sort of a parallel track when it comes to finding everlasting love, don’t you think?

  1. Abeer a laid back desi hot shot lawyer is totally your creation or is there any one in real life who has inspired you to pen him down like this?

Haha. A good writer never reveals her muse. Abeer is a combination of a lot of good, decent, reasonable men who do not fly off the handle whenever the going gets rough and a product of my imagination while watchingSuits, a US Network TV series. In fact, I have even acknowledged the leads of the series in the book.

  1. Any reason why did you choose a ‘ballet’ dance form over other dances forms like bharatnatyam and odissi

I have studied Bharatnatyam and it is intricate and painful. But I suppose the charm of watching a man prance around in a tutu performing lifts is something else, isn’t it? The other reason is the haunting music of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake that made me absolutely fall in love with the performances of the artistes.

  1. Describe Aarti in 5 words.

Five words are not enough J

  1. Your Favorite Author.

At the moment, it is Haruki Murakami and Leigh Bardugo.

  1. Describe your best bookish moments?

Don’t know what this means. Don’t think I am bookish.

I hope you all enjoy reading her cool answers here .

Thanks for keeping your keen ears  on our blog page .

Book Blitz of Second Chance At Forever by Summerita Rhayne


Second Chance At Forever 


Summerita Rhayne




What happens when the terrible twos come in threes?

Stuti loves being a mother to her triplets, but it can be a harrowing routine. She’s even more submerged in the craziness when she takes them and her mom-in-law for a trip to Rajasthan, the land of the erstwhile Thar desert royals and their palaces. After the passing away of her husband, she feels she owes it to her mil to take her to her favourite holiday. In the Amber Palace, her reckless toddler rushes onto a modelling shoot. As she picks up her daughter who has tripped over a gorgeous zardozi sari, her gaze clashes with that of the man she’d hoped never to set eyes on again in her life.

A passion that threatens to set fire to more than just her senses

Revath was everything she wanted in a man, but six years ago he chose to walk away from her. Now he wants to be back in her life. When she knows he doesn’t want the same things in life that she does, would she be wise to let anything rekindle between them? Is it already too late for rethinks?

Desire that has to be denied

Revath knew the moment he met Stuti again that he couldn’t just let her go. But Stuti is absolutely the wrong woman for him. It was proved six years ago when they chose diametrically opposite ways for themselves. He doesn’t believe in forever, so what’s he doing asking her for a second chance?


Can three little miracles be a barrier to two people finding love?

Read first two chapters at Wattpad for free:

About the Author


Summerita Rhayne writes contemporary and historical romance with lots of emotional conflict. She first got published in 2013 and has won contests with prestigious publishers such as Harlequin and Harper Collins India. Her pet belief is, if the inspiration is strong enough, the story characters will find a way to make the writer pen them down, even when writing time is in short supply. When cerebrally confronted with the sizzling interaction of two Alpha characters, the only way to get peace is write their book!

At heart, she’s a family person and even though she loves her medical teaching profession, she happily becomes a homemaker when not at work. She loves winding down with music, romcoms, cricket (strictly watching only) and social networking

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Interview with KKRB OF The Mahabharata Code

Krishna′s flute is still annoyed and now KKRB  is going to chat with the flute ,lets hope for  the best we at Romance Writer With Cup Cakes are keeping our fingers crossed .

Over to you both ❤ Sweety !

1.What is ‘that element’ in Mahabharata which has attract the masses like you ?

Mahabharata will continue to remain an evergreen book forever and intrigue people of all backgrounds and age groups. The book is more relevant in today’s times as we have progressed enough and have caught up to large extent to finally understand some of the technologies described in this epic like test tube babies, use of biometry, weapons of mass destruction etc. Also in terms of manifestation of grey areas present in us humans this epic appeals to me atleast! But if i have to pick that one element that has attracted me the most, it’s got to be the Bhagwad Gita! We are living in times where people are not content and are chasing happiness, getting depressed at the drop of a hat when our desires are not fulfilled. I believe the Gita has all the answers to alleviate our miseries!
2.When Krishna went away from this world, why did Dwarka submerge itself is there any scientific reason to it?

Maybe he made an appearance on this planet to save humanity in general and not necessarily just the city of Dwarka! As i have described in the book, as we all know we are currently living in the age of KALI yuga and we are all by ourselves. Each person pays for his karma here without any divine intervention whatsoever and will be born millions of times until he is free of sins and attains salvation. Dont expect Krishna or any other god to miraculously appear in this age to say, detonate a nuclear bomb which is about to explode or save the modesty of millions of nirbhaya’s under distress on this planet.

To give a modern-day example(might not be a perfect example) until the construction of a flyover on a busy junction is complete the person who designed the flyover is available on standby to rectify the flaws in the design, fix them and test them. After the flyover is thrown open to public don’t expect this engineer to be still available all the time to fix the ever appearing potholes! The flyover was constructed to help public reach their destination (salvation) and you will have to live with these potholes whether you like it or not!
3.From where did the thought of writing this book crop up in your mind.

Combination of many factors like being born in a vaishnava family , narration of the Mahabharata every night when I was like 6-7 years old by my grandmother at an impressionable age, BR Chopra’s Mahabharata on doordarshan in the early 90s, my cosmopolitan neighbourbood in Bangalore where i grew up interacting with people of all backgrounds,language and faith which made me question my own faith, my two cute little kids Kaustubh and Raghav who inspired me to finally document what i had in my mind for 12 long years before it was too late!
4.Who is Karthik Rao ?

I am a software professional currently working for a leading MNC in Bangalore. I am married to Sushma and have two little boys Kaustubh and Raghav aged 5 and 2. The character NR and to some extent Srishti in the book are Karthik Rao! If I have to describe myself in 3 words it would be procrastinating day dreamer!
5. Which quote from Mahabharata is your favourite?

Karma is a bitch!  🙂
6. Why did Duryodana refused to accept Krishna’s vivarup darshan, give scientific reason?

Did you mean duryodhana refusing krishna’s offer of peace or vishwarupa darshan itself?

If it was vishwarupa darshan, he was probably living in denial!

With Lots of Joy and Happiness,