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Nationality  Indian
Name  Nikita Singh
Ethnicity  Hindu
Role  Novelist

Citizenship  India
Education  Bachelor of Pharmacy
Years active  2011 - Present
Books  Someone Like You
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Born  6 October 1991 (age 24) (1991-10-06) Patna, Bihar,India
Occupation  Book Author, Entrepreneur, Grapevine India (Director)
Employer  Grapevine India Publishers
Similar People  Durjoy Datta, Preeti Shenoy, Ravinder Singh, Sudeep Nagarkar, Chetan Bhagat
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Nikita Singh (born 6 October 1991) is an Indian novelist. She has written ten novels including If It's Not Forever , [email protected] , Right Here Right Now , Accidentally in Love… With Him? Again? and The Unreasonable Fellows . In February 2013, Someone Like You, a book she co-wrote with Durjoy Datta, was released by Penguin India. It debuted at No. 5 at Hindustan Times Bestseller list.

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Early life and Career

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Nikita Singh was born in Patna, Bihar, where she spent the first four years of her life. She then relocated to Indore, where she went to primary school. She completed her schooling at Bridgeford School, Tupudana, Ranchi, in 2008. She graduated in pharmacy at the Acropolis Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research in Indore in 2012. She is currently pursuing master's degree in creative writing from The New School, New York City.

She signed a contract with Penguin Books India in 2011 and also joined Grapevine India. She wrote her first book Love @ Facebook when 19 years old and was studying pharmacy. Love @ Facebook is a young adult book about a nineteen-year-old girl, who falls in love with a VJ, after befriending him on Facebook. Under the pseudonym Sidharth Oberoi she has also contributed to the books in "The Backbenchers" series, where she wrote the second book of the series, The Backbenchers: The Missed Call, together with Durjoy Datta. The book was released in June 2012. Singh received a Live India Young Achievers Award in 2013.

In September 2011, the sequel to Singh’s Love @ Facebook, Accidentally In Love..With Him? Again?, was published. The novel is aimed at an older audience than Love @ Facebook. In February 2012, If It's Not Forever...It's Not Love, which Sing co-authored with Durjoy Datta was published. The book is about a real life incident, the Delhi High Court Blast, which occurred on 7 September 2011. Deb, who was there when the blast happened, stumbled upon a half burnt diary, which had a love story written in it, that Deb decides to chase.

Singh has also spoken on various TEDx conferences in colleges across India. She is also an editor in Grapevine India. Her latest book Like a Love Song was released in March 2016. Her book "Every time it rains" was released in 2017.

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