C. JoyBell C. says,
“There is some kind of a sweet innocence in being human- in not having to be just happy or just sad- in the nature of being able to be both broken and whole, at the same time.”
I’m constantly in awe of how the human mind works and how we as humans behave under various circumstances. I’m naturally drawn to stories or books about human behaviour, irrespective of whether they’re fiction or nonfiction. This is why when I heard about it happens: Stories of Human Relationships, it piqued my curiosity. When I checked it out and saw that it was recommended by Amitav Ghosh, I was sold.
It didn’t disappoint me at all. This short stories collection is enjoyable and a must-read. Here’s my short review on the book.
When I reached out to Bhaswar sir on social media, he was kind enough to agree to be a part of my #AuthorCollaborative. Here’s what he had to say about The Art of Being Grateful & Other Stories after reading it.
Tonight at 9 PM IST we engaged in a heart-to-heart conversation via an Instagram live session.
It was an invigorating chat, where we discussed about our books and all things bookish. Here’s a look at the questions I asked him.
These are the questions Bhaswar asked me.
The fun rapid-fire round was the highlight of the session. Have a look at the questions I had for him in this segment.
He had some quirky questions of his own to ask me. Check them out below.
You can listen to our full conversation in the YouTube video below.
Here are the buying details of the books discussed in this session.