When obsessive book - lover (ahem, book snob) Amruta � Ruta � Adarkar arrives in Delhi to work as a marketing executive for Parker - Hailey's Publishing, she learns that the world of books is not as cozy as she�d imagined. Her eccentric taskmaster of a boss expects marketing miraclesto happen on shoestring budgets and in record time and surviving the job (and the city) means she�ll have to master the local art of jugaad really fast. Worst of all, she�s stuck being a publicist for Jishnu Guha, protein - shake lover, serial selfie - taker and bestselling author of seven cheesy romance novels, the kind she wouldn�t be caught dead reading. As Ruta struggles between work and life in a new city, she finds, much to her annoyance, that she needs Jishnu�s help more than she cares to admit. But with her own parents getting a divorce, can Ruta dare to fall in love, especially with someone who�s so impossibly different?
Author Information Nikita Deshpande is a creative gypsy. A writer of copy, screenplay and poetry, she graduated in English Literature from St. Xavier�s College, Mumbai. An occasional film - maker, she has assisted directors on prominent films such as Fukrey (2013) and Mirzya (2016) and is currently Content Head at Flickbay. It Must�ve Been Something He Wrote is her first novel.
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The PERFECT Story!
Truth be told, despite the fact that I’m Indian, I don’t read too many Indian writers. In fact, last year, I read a grand total of ONE book written by an Indian author.
And yet, here I am, falling in love with my THIRD Indian Book so far this year!
It Must’ve Been Something He Wrote is a HILARIOUS, swoon worthy read set in the world of books, writers and protein shakes.
Amruta is a book snob. She needs her books to be real and funny and filled with flawed characters and not perfect people ...