Gita V. Reddy
Multi Genre Author
Doing the Write Thing
Two of my books are in schools now.
2020 was a special year for me. My dream of taking my stories to school classrooms was realized when Lead Schools included Daksha the Medicine Girl and The Missing Girl in their Supplementary Readers for Class 6 and 7.
Two years later, is year, Daksha the Medicine Girl is being included in the Eduline Wonder Bus English Book for Classes 6-8.
I am a multi genre author from India but if I have to be slotted, it will have to be as a children’s author because I have more books out for children. But again, many adults have told me they have enjoyed my books for children so I will do away with the slotting and say that I write fiction; the format doesn’t matter.
I’ve written novels, a novella, short chapter books, short stories, and also picture books. My books for adults are written Read more ...
The Morning Star is a story of love and sacrifice and the unseen hand of destiny.
A desperate woman calls a neighbor before dying in childbirth. Is it a coincidence that she chooses someone who will give her all to save the baby from its unscrupulous father?
In a Tapestry of Tears, Gita V. Reddy strips away the curtain of mystery surrounding the lives of Indian women. She takes us into their world and shares both the pleasures and horrors of their reality. You immediately come to care about these women and about what will happen to them~ Donna Foley Mabry, Author.
"These quietly told, often touching and occasionally mystical tales explore issues within Indian families, both in India and the west, and the conflicts involving in moving between the two," Emma Laybourn, Author.
My debut romance series, Sisters by Marriage, started more as a fun exercise than an attempt to publish in a different genre. However, the reviews and the response to Book 1 spurred me on to write Book 2, 3, and 4.
The books in the series so far are:
Not So Sweet Maria
Not Just Lovely Laura
No Longer Flighty Fanny
Never Silly Sophie
Free Short Story
"Maybe we should get a divorce."
Raj utters the D-word and immediately regrets it. He hopes that Divya, who is deaf, hasn't lip-read the words. But Divya has and is shattered that Raj wants to end their thirteen-year-old marriage. Determined to build a new life for herself and the children, she uses her deafness to ignore Raj as he tries to regain the ease of communication they had in the beginning of their marriage.