2. Coffee or tea lover?
3. Name one thing on your bucket list.
A cruise to Antarctica. I hope I get to go before the ice sheets melts.
4. Do you have pets?
5. When I wake up every morning I…Brush my teeth, have my tea and play a game of Scrabble.
6. Weirdest or unique thing you own.
Not so much as weird or unique, but I still have these seven rubber dwarves (think Snow White) from my first Disney visit…when I was three years old. (In case you’re wondering that was 42 years ago.)
7. Do you have any hobbies or particular skills?
I’m a dancer. I love dancing. Right now, I’m obsessed with Zumba and Latin dance.
8. What do you hope readers will experience or gain when reading your stories?
9. What inspired you to write My Last Love Story?
been percolating inside me before I began writing My Last Love Story.
First, I’d read a book about a polyamorous relationship (Tempted
by Megan Hart) with an end I did not agree with. Two, I’d just finished
writing my fantasy novel, and one of the characters in that novel
(which is based in Indian mythology) was in a polyandrous marriage. I
guess my brain wasn’t ready to go back to thinking of a relationship in
terms of two people.
the same time, over the years, I’d seen close family deal with disease
and the aftermath of it. So, when I began imagining the characters for
the first time — who were they? Where did they come from? How would
polyamory work in a modern set up with Indian characters? What if all
three are from different faiths? What if one of them is terminal?
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Meet Falguni Kothari
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“Promise me you will laugh every day. Fight every day. Do you know how beautiful you look when you’re angry? Promise me you’ll learn to cuss, learn to love again. Live again. Promise me you won’t give up on each other.”
Simi Desai is thirty years old and her husband is dying of cancer. He has two last wishes in his final months: first, that she’ll have his baby so that a piece of him lives on, and second, that she’ll reconcile with her old flame, who just happens to be their mutual best friend. And so over the course of their last summer together, Simi’s husband plans a series of big and small adventures for this unlikely trio, designed to help them say goodbye to each other and prove to Simi that it’s okay to move on without him—and even find love again.
Beautiful and poignant, Falguni Kothari’s My Last Love Story will pull your heartstrings as only unforgettable love stories can.
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