Meet Ravinder Singh: From love stories to being feminist

Ravinder Singh is the best-selling author of five novels, starting with ‘I Too Had A Love Story’ — a heart-breaking tale he wrote in the aftermath of losing his girlfriend in a car crash.

He talks to Amrita Tripathi for SheThePeople.TV about his incredible journey — from being rejected by publishers outright, to scripting his own success. He takes a trip down memory lane to share how he always had a Plan B and C, involving the founder of Infosys, NR Narayana Murthy, as well as the folks at shaadi.com. Singh still remembers going to the famous Connaught place pavement book shops to make sure they’d keep copies of his book — a habit he hasn’t shaken, despite all his success. Singh has also set up his own publishing house… and in this interview doesn’t mind sharing one key tip for success, perseverance apart!

He also opens up about his loyal fans — most of whom are women.  In fact, there’s also something in here for his massive fan base — even though he isn’t able to get to all your 150-200 messages a day, he does reveal a little bit about his new book ‘This Love That Feels Right’, which releases in August 12, 2016.