Monday, October 7, 2013

Would You Rather... with Romi Moondi

Please welcome Romi Moondi, author of the "Year of the Chick" series. Download book one free here! 

Romi Moondi is a Canadian author who converted her 2008 blog “Year of the Chick” into novel form, and published it in 2011. Since then she’s added two more books to the “Year of the Chick” series, the most recent of which is “Never or Forever.” The latest book takes place in Paris, which is where Romi lived for six months this past year, after trading in her corporate job for an inspiration-seeking mission.

The books can be described as edgy romantic comedies, where happy endings are not a guarantee, but where real and embarrassing moments are in good supply. 

Romi also writes screenplays in her spare time, and her screenplay “Best Before” made it to the semi-finals or better in eight international screenplay competitions in 2011. 

Join Romi on November 7th for BookBuzz Toronto where she will join ten other fabulous authors for bookish mix and mingle.

Would you Rather... with Romi Moondi

Chips, chocolate or cheese? 

Chocolate, especially so after visiting Switzerland this summer and eating pounds and pounds of Swiss chocolate.

Bridget Jones, Becky Bloomwood or Carrie Bradshaw? 

Bridget Jones, I find her more relatable, due to her lack of designer clothes 

Wine, beer or vodka?


Camping or spa vacation? 

Spa vacation

Water or mountains? 

Mountains, once again this is especially true after visiting Switzerland!

Dogs or cats? 


Zombies or Vampires?

Zombies, because I’ve learned a lot of zombie survival tips from watching “The Walking Dead”

Coffee or tea? 

I like both, but tea is more calming

Coffee or tea?

Coke; Pepsi tastes weird.

High Heels or Sneakers?

Definitely sneakers!

Mad Men, Downton Abbey or Breaking Bad?

Breaking Bad

Twilight or Hunger Games? 

Definitely Hunger Games!

Lipstick, lipgloss or chapstick? 

Lip gloss every time!

Facebook or Twitter?


For many people, Paris is the city of love. 

Most of those people are tourists.

This turns out to be one of Romi Narindra’s first realizations, when she ditches her corporate job and moves to Paris for a year to write a book. It’s a year that will shatter illusions, assert independence, and maybe even leave some room for a love affair or two.

All the while, the past comes swirling back like a ghost with unfinished business, which raises important questions about hope and second chances.

Some things last forever, some things will never be, but one thing’s for sure: love in the modern world is not a fairy tale.

Oh well, fairy tales were never all that interesting anyway...

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