Circling around the life of a teenage girl Megha who is a high achiever all around, the book deals with a lot of issues faced not only by teenagers but even the elders (especially parents) around them.
When I chanced upon a short stories collection which was getting some great reviews, I decided to go ahead and give it a try.
The stories in this book are full of thrilling yet relatable moments!
The book talks about the life story of Sawera, a Pakistani woman, who overcomes umpteen physical as well as mental challenges but refuses to back down.
Each story belongs to a different genre and that’s what makes the book enjoyable.
My biggest inspiration is life itself.
The poems in this book are so heartfelt, charming and relatable that readers will surely connect.
A highly recommended read if you're looking for tips on how to go about publishing your book traditionally and what the entire process entails.
This is the first time I read a book which tells a story in verse form and though skeptical about it at first, I enjoyed it much to my own surprise.
It’s usually either just mystery and no laughs or just light hearted humour and no thrilling moments; but this book gives both, and superbly so.