by Andaleeb Wajid

  1. ISBN: 978-81-291-2399-2
  2. Pages: 272 pages
  3. Date: May 2013


Q, Y, X, T, T and B are not merely high-scoring Scrabble tiles; they represent the people in Saba’s life who feature on her blog, My Brother’s Wedding. Saba’s brother, Y, is to get married and, since the day her mother and sister began scanning the horizon for prospective brides, there’s never been a dull moment at home. Saba, though, just cannot understand what the fuss is all about. A literature student pulled away from her beloved books, she finds the blogosphere a good place to rant in and to share with the world how a wedding can make everything around you go haywire.
Join Saba and her family as they quarrel over shopping, expenses and responsibilities, and as they realize gradually that there’s nothing like a wedding to bring a family together.


Andaleeb Wajid is the author of Kite Strings, Blinkers Off and More than Just Biryani. Her stories have been published in Good Housekeeping and she has written extensively for ‘Open Sesame’, the children’s supplement of Deccan Herald. Andaleeb worked as a technical writer and then did a stint in corporate communications before she quit to concentrate on a full-time writing career. She lives in Bengaluru with her family.