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The Zoya Factor by Anuja Chauhan

Genre – fiction

Category – light read

Suitable for travel.

I first saw the book at an airport bookstore. Travelling to Goa, I needed something to occupy me for 2 hours. 212 more words

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Z is for Zoya Singh Solanki

Though Z is the last letter of the alphabet this is the first post I wrote for this series only because I completely love Zoya Singh Solanki. 495 more words

Famous Characters From Books

“I've Been Accused of Writing About the Same Type of Hero Every Time”

By Sonya Rehman

Perhaps best known for her very own brand of rom-com fiction set in urban India, author Anuja Chauhan, an advertising professional, defines contemporary fiction in the country. 700 more words


Anuja Chauhan’s The Zoya Factor & Those Pricey Thakur Girls Or Chick-Lit, The Indian Way

Ok, it’s official. I’m jumping onto the Anuja Chauhan bandwagon!

I’ve yet to read an author who captures modern middle-class India in as colourful, vibrant and typically… 1,125 more words


The Zoya Factor [BOOK REVIEW]

Anuja Chauhan, the woman behind unforgettable lines like “Yeh Dil Maange More” and “Oye Bubbly”, has surely stirred all the ingredients of an entertaining masala chick-lit in her debut novel, The Zoya Factor. 512 more words

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Chick-lit Love! (Part 2)

(You can read Part 1 here)

In recent years while browsing for chick-lits, I have come across ones written by Indian authors.  I have read a few, but I mostly stay clear of them. 417 more words

The Zoya Factor (by Anuja Chauhan): a much delayed review

The Zoya Factor by Anuja Chauhan

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I read this book two or more years ago and I still have the copy lying about somewhere. 442 more words