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Rinat Bilyanov is being probed by police in Russia over accusations of imprisoning and torturing his partner whose four children were all born after she was “taken hostage”.

They connected with the personal story behind the project and tuned in to it online.

I got 3,600 pre-orders [for the book] long before the launch date was even announced.

The app is also more interactive than other media: I posted images and videos from some of the dates online, sometimes inviting people to vote for or against my dates — people felt they were part of my story, we were living it together.

Snippets of my new book will also be shared on Telegram.

What are the cultural gaps you noticed and does it feel the same being back in Kazan now? Everybody knows each other, a lot of people are already married, but also there were those who knew I was working on the book and simply wanted to be featured.

They didn’t care about me, they did not want to see if we could work as a couple, the only thing that mattered was to come off well in the book. Having exposed my private life in public for a year, back in Kazan, I feel I have less privacy than ever.

I grew up in Tatarstan, in a traditional nuclear family that I thought was the kind I would have as well. It’s a taboo not only to date before marriage but also post about your relationships online.