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When the kiss booth came to India

Danielle Booth and Nathan Booth have spent their lives together in India.

But their love story is far from ordinary.

The couple met in the US, but were brought together when Booth was a teenager.

Now Booth is a New York Times best-selling author, and she is the mother of four young children.

Danielle, who lives in New York, is the executive editor of the Times of Indian origin.

The two have spent the last few years travelling the world to meet and speak to young people, many of whom are in their early 20s.

Their passion for the world of books has taken them from the US to Hong Kong, from the Himalayas to the deserts of Africa.

But what started as a simple conversation has turned into a book, a memoir of how they became the most amazing couple in the world.

The Times interviewed Booth and Booth’s husband, Daniel, about their lives in India, their love affair and their journey to becoming the world’s best-known authors.

Read the interview: How did you first meet?

When I was 14, I started seeing Nathan Booth, he was an aspiring writer.

We met when he was a kid.

We had a brief but wonderful conversation.

It wasn’t long before I started reading his books and seeing his films.

We ended up in London and I moved back to India.

What was it like being a new husband and having two children?

It’s a really strange thing, I can’t describe it.

You’ve got to find the right balance between family and work, and it was very much work-related.

But the whole thing of being a wife and raising kids is incredibly satisfying.

The work is very much the focus, but the whole time, the relationship with the kids is just as fulfilling as any other.

The children are the most important thing.

They were always my priority.

Do you think the book has made you a better husband?

I love the books.

I have so many great stories that I want to tell, and I’m not going to stop writing them.

What’s your most challenging writing process?

I do my best when I’m writing, but I do a lot of research too.

When I’m reading, I’m going to go to the library and pick out books, because they are amazing.

But when I start to write, I just have to sit there and try to get the words out.

When you are writing a book and you’re not doing any research, you’re going to get frustrated because the writing process is so hard.

I would say it is like a puzzle for me, to get it right, because I’m trying to write the same words over and over again, over and all the time.

I think that’s what makes it hard.

How did your books catch on?

I think the reason that people love the book is that I can write about things that they might not understand, like the Holocaust, which is a topic that people don’t know much about, because the Holocaust happened centuries ago.

They are a very complex topic.

So when people say, ‘Oh, my son has a problem with Jews,’ they may think, ‘How can a child learn this?’

But when a child reads, he or she will start to see that this is the reality that has been going on in the history of humanity.

And then they will go on to learn about the Holocaust and the atrocities, because this is not something that happens in a fairy tale.

People think of Hitler as a man who killed millions of people.

He did that to save Europe.

That’s a big issue for us.

What books do you like to read?

I’ve been reading a lot lately.

I love all kinds of fiction.

I like to have a lot more stories, because sometimes the book may not have a direct link to the film.

If you are a writer, the more you can put yourself in a character’s shoes and go through that, the better it is.

And also, the book doesn’t have to be written by a child, or a girl, or anyone who is a writer.

The more you learn about what happened in the past, the easier it is to write about it.

I’ve got a couple of books coming out now that I’m really interested in.

What do you think are some of the challenges in India?

You get the best book and then you get all these other books, and then the next book comes out and you don’t have the same experience.

It’s very frustrating.

So, the hardest part is just being in the middle of all the noise, because there are all these different languages, and a lot has to do with the people and the culture.

There are no books that are published in the traditional way, so you have to learn how to find a publisher.

There is a huge literature.

It seems like the people are just trying to read everything, and they don’t want to spend money on it.