Ritiqa Pachauri is the founder of Writers Street– an editing and e-publishing house. she is an author, blogger, editor, and writing coach. She writes contemporary fiction with a strong female lead. Ritiqa also writes short stories which revolve around horror, mystery, and thriller genres, some of which can be read here for FREE. Ritiqa’s website offers free advice for fiction writers. Sidney Sheldon, Willow Rose, and Paulo Coelho are her favorite authors.

Ritiqa Pachauri is back with another amazon bestseller- Happily Frustrated. The Affair was Ritiqa’s first novel and was a best-seller which she launched in Birla Auditorium, Jaipur @thegreatindianbooktour in September 2018. Her second novel- Virago was launched in December 2018 and is now an Amazon bestseller. House Number 27 is her latest short story. It also went on to become an Amazon bestseller in the horror category. She helps aspiring writers to improve their writing skills along with helping them become more productive. Originally from Agra Ritiqa now lives in Jaipur.

Ritiqa Pachauri is back with her latest novel- Happily Frustrated. A great read that you can order on Amazon. This is her third novel and is very different from the others.

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