This week British Asian TV Presenter Natasha Asghar launched her book ‘Me Myself and My Arranged Marriage’. A book loosely based on her life and the rather mysterious concept of arranged marriage. Through the eyes of the protagonist, the story takes on the journey of Nikki as she meets her ‘magnificent eight’ men over the past ten years and shares a bundle of laughs and trials that young British singletons face when embarking upon the quest to find their soul mate.
Born and raised in Wales and having worked in an array of places ranging from Finance and Politics to Media, Natasha felt there was a genuine gap in the understanding of the enigmatic idea of an ‘arranged marriage’ and ses her GSOH (good sense of humour), wit and personal flare to make this book a tipped bestseller.
Each individual has a unique tale to tell about their love life, but what happens when you add in the complexity of the Asian culture, a multicultural British society, a demanding family, high personal ambitions and pure bad timing? Share the intense experiences of a hopeful character open to all that life has to throw!
Speaking about the book Natasha said, “I have shed blood, sweat and tears when writing this book and after toying with the question of when to publish it, I decided to make the plunge now as the love month of 2017 kicks in and my wealth of experience on the subject reaches a peak. I am confident that those who read it will find some entertainment. The book will be able to relate to men and women from a wide array of backgrounds and cultures and I genuinely hope that everyone will enjoy it.”
Me,Myself and My Arranged Marriage
by Natasha Asghar
Published in Paperback (10th February 2017)
Guide Price: £8.99 – Paperback Edition | £5.99 Kindle Edition
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Finding the right guy can be a long and arduous task and for others it comes with such ease. This is a witty, accurate and thoroughly emotional book written by TV Presenter, Radio DJ and event host Natasha Asghar. Through the protagonist Nikki, who is open to the idea of an “arranged marriage” she brazenly shares some insight into the trials and tribulations a young, single, professional, British Asian goes through when looking for her Mr Right and compiles her experiences through her own ‘magnificent eight’. A compilation of eight different set ups over the years, which will certainly make you laugh, maybe even cry and perhaps leave you shaking your head in dismay. Each chapter will uncover something new, something un-nerving and something for everyone. Follow her journey in finding true love and be prepared to be amazed and astounded by some of the experiences and an ending that will certainly leave you wanting more…