Sometimes you have to keep on chewing so that you can extract whatever you can out of it. At times, the bubble you blow bursts unexpectedly and you are left with a sticky mess. Sometimes you lick it slowly and relish it. When you greedily bite off more than you can chew or a hard boiled sugar candy slips down inadvertently, you bear the pain as it makes its way down the food pipe. At rare times, when you manage to strike just the right balance, a feeling of contentment reigns supreme. Life does not come with an instruction manual, but you can still convert it to 'Do it yourself' kit! It throws you surprises. When it trips you, you figure out that the best way to deal with it,
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About the Author
Preeti Shenoy is an author and an artist based at Banglore, India. Her first book '34 Bubblegums and Candies', a creative non-fiction made it to the national best-seller list. Her interests are as multifarious and diverse as her several academic degrees. She also specialises in pencil portraits and holds an internationally recognised qualification from UK in portraiture. She has held a number of varied jobs in the past. She has also written for different publications life Readers Digest and Times of India, as well as taught English and Math to underprivileged children in India. She loves art, reading, travelling, photography, nature, animals, blogging and basketball and most of all, spending time with her spouse and two children.
A very simple book about a woman who was a naughty kid, clever teenager, lovable wife, responsible mother, emotional daughter, and a pristine friend belonging to an orthodox conservative Indian family.
Very witty, emotional and interesting to read the daily happenings of almost every Indian home reflecting right in front in the form of dancing words.
Surely, all the 7 points in LLL chapter are worth following.
Hats off to the letter written by a woman to man and the reply given by Mr. Satish. Iam sure 90% of all women and men want the same.
In fact this book can be used as a personality development guide to Indian women.
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