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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Interview with Teen Blogger Avantika


Can you tell us a little about yourself , your blog(s)/website(s),and your aspirations and your hobbies?
My name is Avantika Singhal. Yes, my last name does receive some unneeded attention and I thrive on it. I am 19. I write poetry and short stories. My blog name is ‘timidandvivid/Avantika Singhal. I added my real name later so that I could establish my own identity. I started my blog when I was in 9th grade and today, it has precisely 335 followers.
My hobbies include reading, writing and listening to unconventional music. I also have the audacity and will-power to watch Hollywood movies all day!
I aspire to not only be a celebrated writer and poetess one day but also a person who is easily approachable. I am desirous of being helpful to people in dire need of advice of any kind!

How you first got involved in with blogging/writing, are you an imaginative person?
You know, I HAD to get my work out there on the internet, for the world to see and speculate. That is how the blog came to be. I am overly imaginative. Sometimes, I have so much poetry floating in my head arbitrarily that I am almost breathless when it reaches the paper.

What do you find most challenging about blogging/writing about your topic?
It is incredibly difficult to engage your readers. You could be writing about the world’s most fascinating destination in the world and the material could be elaborate and rich with humor but will your readers make it till the end? The art of writing sensibly and not going off topic is very necessary.

Tell me about some of the people you have met while working on your blog?
One young man from France, I think? His blog extolled my work and it made me very happy. Another person from Delhi who appreciates my thoughts! Other than that, I keep commenting on other peoples’ works and it is very satisfying.

How would (someone) describe your blogging/writing style?
Simple. Beautiful. Flowery.

What do you do when you are not working on your blog?
I have taken a gap year. Thus, I am doing a multitude of activities. I am learning American Sign Language. I am sketching. I am then drooling over Hugh Jackman. Then, I am crying after reading Hardy’s ‘Mayor Of Casterbridge’.

Where do you see yourself blogging/writing wise in the next 6 months, and 5 years down the road?
In 6 months, maybe I will be bestowed with a total of 500 members on my blog.
5 years down the road, I see myself as a well know blogger who people know, recognize and want to have a cup of coffee with and talk surly politicians.

What networking do you do that you feel helps your blogging/writing business?
Twitter is oh so helpful. You just need to comprehend what will catch the eye of the people and how to use Hashtags and stuff.

How do you keep coming up with material/content for your blog? Many people struggle with coming up with different articles/posts and they only have one blog.
As a writer, I know that the urgency to blog is almost intrinsic. I look around, write about what catches my eye. I read news and if Kurdish rebels are up to something or if Anthony Weiner sexts again, I will write about it. Staying up to date with world’s happenings helps.

What’s your strategy with your blog in general?
Consistency is so important. Don’t abandon your blog if you see no likes or comments in the starting.

Any specific tips you have for newbie bloggers who want to make it in the blogosphere?
Your blog will not become a household name or a familiar name, for that matter, overnight. Be patient with your blog and be loyal to the aesthetic of writing.

What would you prioritize? Content? SEO? Traffic? Readers?
SEO Titles are more important that you’d realize. So, that first. Coherent and witty content, then. Readers are so imperative too. After all, they make or break you.

What’s the best thing a blogger can give to his readers?
A myriad of literary masterpieces. A poem on your own life. A travelogue. A realization about the society and its non permeable nature. Anything that moves a reader is a gift from the blogger.

A lot of people are interested in blogging/writing for the money earning potential. What are some tips for people interesting in making money from blogging/writing? What are some realistic expectations in regards to what can be made?
I have no idea! The last thing I want to do is earn money  on the behalf of my blog. Although, the idea is not half bad. However, I am in it so that I can share my words with variegated audiences. That’s all.

What motivates you most in life?
When I am appreciated for what I have written.

What has been your strategy for creating visibility to yourself and your blog?
This is a novel and probably sinister idea but I have started attaching pictures of myself with every blog post that I make. If it is a poignant post, then I attach a sad picture of mine. If it is a happy post, I attach a picture of me rejoicing. It helps my readers connect to me on a more real level.

What was the most challenging moment in your blog content development process and why?
I hit an impasse at the beginning of 2015. No one was reading my blog. It was a tough time. Thankfully, I kept posting content and could resurrect it gradually.

Everyone has a favorite/least favorite post. Name yours and why?
All my posts are a mixture of what I love and what I hate about them. My most favorite right now is a poem called ‘Renovatio’. It received a lot of praise for its thoughts in my summer school at Oxford University. Least favorite would be a brief article I wrote about how children are taking their parents for granted. I still stand by that but it was poorly written. It was my first blog post!

Name some of the bloggers whom you look up to and why?
Harnidh Kaur ANYDAY!

Rahul : She is my fav too , Here is her interview

What is the story behind the name of the blog?
I am very timid in real life, Shy, reticent and quiet. But my mind is a gully of words and dreams. This is why I am vivid. This is how I become TimidAndVivid.

Your connection with any Blogger Network like Indi blogger or Writeupcafe or any other and the experience?
No. I will look these two up and connect now!

Which genre do you feel gets the raw deal?
Poetry? No one wants to read it. Some people think of it as trash or a waste of money, time and efforts. I want to stab such people.

Five adjectives that describe you.
Resourceful. Vibrant. Polite. Compassionate. Silly.

What book would you say has made the biggest impact good or bad on you?
‘Dracula’ by Bram Stoker. That book altered me in more ways than one.

Do you get easily provoked by positive/negative comments??
I am ashamed in telling you that negative comments down my spirits by a very large magnitude. I try to control the irrational anger, tho.

Do you plan to write a book, as every bloggers dream it is?
Hell yes. It will be called ‘The Black Dream Of the White Girl’.

Rahul : Wow , the title looks so great

Are you a judgmental person, do you prefer to take sides instead of standing neutral?
I am not judgmental. I like listening to both the parties and make a pragmatic decision afterwards on who is right and who is not.

Your collaboration with other bloggers, are you much into social networking, tell us everything about it?
I am more of a one man army. So collaboration is seldom. I don’t mind it, tho. If you approach me with a crazy and creative idea, I would be more than happy to unite forces.
What genre attracts you the most and which genre you avoid?
I would never avoid anything. I gravitate towards poetry a lot. I am stubborn about it.

Your Views on Contests and increasing plagiarism?
Contests are interesting on WordPress. I don’t think my work has every been plagiarized. But if it was…well, you don’t want to know what the consequences would be. Plagiarism is a crime no matter what.

On winning the Award/s , Are they Really necessary.
Glimmering awards or certificates written with calligraphy are not what I am after. I seek genuine appreciation and the time for people to tell me that my words impacted them.
I have been nominated for The Lovely Blog Award and that is a big deal for me.

So what’s Next in your list?
Watching Anime. Finishing Kerouac’s ‘On The Road’ and trying to go to bed before 5:00 AM.

Words for your readers and why they should follow you?
I love you all! Thank you for hanging around for so long. You should follow me because I spread positivity like James Bond spreads terror in his adversaries. It’s true. Follow me so that I can recommend magnificent movies and songs to you too!

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Blogger Interview with fashion and lifestyle blogger Flexcia D’souza

 Hailing from the land of sun, sea and beaches – Goa, Flexcia D’souza is a passionate fashion and lifestyle blogger. Her immense interest in fashion, food and backpacking has let her create a lot of content in these areas. She has a great taste in fashion, loves styling outfits and modelling, thus creating iconic fashion editorials. Also, she loves trying different food and decoding recipes in her kitchen. She was recently featured in the list of ‘Top 10 Food Bloggers in Pune’. Flexcia is also ranked ‘#1 Food Blogger in Mangalore’ and ‘#2 Food Blogger in Goa’ by Zomato. Her interest in exploring rustic places and offbeat destinations has taken her to some really interesting place which she eventually features on her blog. Here are excerpts of our interview with this young blogger.

1. Can you tell us a little about yourself , your blog(s)/website(s),and your aspirations and your hobbies!!
About me: Hey. I’d describe myself in three phrases – ‘gypsy soul’, ‘hopeless romantic ‘and a typical ‘girlboss’. That pretty much sums up my personality.
About my blog: This blog is a dream project that is a means of creative expression and exploration. ‘Flexcia Fashion & Lifestyle’ started off as a personal style, beauty and lifestyle blog that serves as an on line visual diary of my day to day life. My social media channels are an extension to the blog wherein I portray my perspective of the beautiful world around me.
Hobbies: I love exploring places, reading, trying out food, experimenting in the kitchen and spending time at the beach.
Aspirations: I want to be great at more than one things.

2. How you first got involved in with blogging/writing, are you an imaginative person?
Writing has always been a part of me. English was always my favourite subject in school, and I loved writing essays and participate in essay writing competitions. On a serious note, my writing journey began six years ago. It was during my 12th grade that I started seriously writing to get out of the exam stress (I was preparing for my Engineering entrance). After that I somehow convinced my parents to not send me to an Engineering college and they got me admitted in St Xavier’s College. So well, I joined my Literature and Journalism course and specialised in Journalism three years later. During my first year in college, we were encouraged to contribute articles and feature stories to local newspapers and magazines. I had a lot of unpublished work, plus writing came naturally to me. So I got published for the first time five years back. And it never stopped. I freelanced with a lot of publications for a bit, including The Times of India, Abraxas, etc. About blogging; during my first year of college, we had a workshop on blogging. It seemed so interesting and so much fun, that I started blogging from the very same day. And it’s almost been five years since. Back then I didn’t know much about blogging, but gradually I learnt the difference between fiction writing, journalism, feature writing and digital writing. Last year I decided it was about time I started blogging seriously. With help from my friends and lecturers, I set up my blog www.flexcia.com and I blog about everything that interests me – fashion, beauty, food, travel, lifestyle, entertainment, etc. It’s been a journey of eleven glorious months as a blogger.

3. What do you find most challenging about blogging/writing about your topic?
Writing is always so much fun. There’s nothing really challenging since I only write about topics that interest me. I believe, if I myself don’t like something, I can’t produce an interesting piece. Until now, most of my editors have given me the creative freedom and I absolutely love how it helps me explore, understand and write.

4. Tell me about some of the people you have met while working on your blog?
The blog has helped me connect with a lot of creative and artistic people. I obviously can’t forget my virtual family (my followers on Instagram, Facebook, Roposo, etc) who show me so much love through messages and comments. I make it a point to meet people I connect with online if they seem real and inspire me in some way. There are millions of people out there, but if I can meet even a few passionate souls, it makes me happy. I also had this little blogging project I did as part of my post graduate degree, where I documented lives of interesting people I have met over the years. https://loversanddreamersblog.wordpress.com/  Also I meet a lot of celebrities and fellow bloggers at events and launches.

5. How would (someone) describe your blogging/writing style?

My writing style is very casual, fun and relatable. I do human interest stories catering to the urban youth and my tone of writing is something they can easily relate with.

6. What do you do when you are not working on your blog?
I read, cook, travel and sleep.

7 .Where do you see yourself blogging/writing wise in the next 6 months, and 5 years down the road?
I look at myself successfully running the blog www.flexcia.com for the next five years. Also, I want to join a publication - a newspaper or a magazine, and continue writing and reach out to more people.

8. What networking do you do that you feel helps your blogging/writing business?
Attending events is the best networking opportunity for me as a blogger. I meet so many people from the fraternity, talk to them and understand the industry. I use quite a few social networks aswell. I use Instagram www.instagram.com/flexcia_dsouza and Facebook www.facebook.com/FlexciaDsouza on most occasions. Then for food, I use Zomato www.zomato.com/flexcia and for fashion I use Roposo www.roposo.com/@flexcia I also use a bit of twitter, tumblr, flikr and the like.

9. How do you keep coming up with material/content for your blog? Many people struggle with coming up with different articles/posts and they only have one blog.
Ideas come at the most unexpected time. Many a times I type from my phone every time an idea strucks or make little notes on phone or my diary and work on it later. It helps!

10. Whats your strategy with your blog in general?
I don’t even know what you mean. I share my experiences about everything  and help others.

11. Any specific tips you have for newbie bloggers who want to make it in the blogosphere?
Write. Keep writing. Read. Read anything and everything that interests you. Stay motivated. Do something that motivates you to continue. That being said, getting a thorough understanding of basics and key aspects of blogging is important. I was fortunate enough to be learning it in college, but if you aren’t a media student, find other ways to learn. There are a lot of books on blogging. Pick those, and learn on your own. But know what you are up to before you start. Have a plan. Know what you want to write about. But before publishing, please learn to write and edit well. Also do thorough research and have your facts in place. Don’t misguide people through your blog. Also start a blog only if you are passionate about it. Don’t start blogging for fame or money. Writing is beyond that.

12. What would you prioritize? Content? SEO? Traffic? Readers?
Everything. It’s about having a balance. You need good content and SEO to drive traffic, you need traffic to have loyal readers.

13. What’s the best thing a blogger can give to his readers?
Time. If you can motivate even one person out there and put a smile on someone’s face, it’s a great thing. The world is full of negativity. If reading a blog is something that helps someone forget their worries and stress, I feel it’s an amazing thing.

14. A lot of people are interested in blogging/writing for the money earning potential. What are some tips for people interesting in making money from blogging/writing? What are some realistic expectations in regards to what can be made?
As in every profession, money comes if you work hard enough. Currently, it’s not only about the quality of work though, a decent social media presence can take a writer places. So again, balance. Develop your writing skills, understand your readers, deliver quality content, make contacts and innovate.

15. What motivates you most in life?
The good feeling I get after getting the task done and the recognition that follows.

16. What has been your strategy for creating visibility to yourself and your blog?
Social Media.

17 What was the most challenging moment in your blog content development process and why?
Finding the right photographs/ graphics to compliment my stories. Even when I shoot, a lot of hard work goes into creating the photos.

18. Everyone has a favorite/least favorite post. Name yours and why?
They keep changing. I experiment a lot, so there is a scope of innovation in every post. Every post is different. Also it all depends on the mood.

19. Name some of the bloggers whom you look up to and why?
I follow a lot of fashion, food and travel blogs. They’re all so different and so amazing. But if I have to pick one, I love Miss Malini. I love how she single-handily started a blog sitting in her bedroom, and now has built a blogging empire and has an entire team working for her. This is how she introduces herself and it is so inspiring since I have similar dreams and like similar things. “I moved to Bombay in the millennium with 2 suitcases and a dream (and lived in a house with six girls and a pigeon!). When I started this blog I had no idea that it would become my universe. I just knew I liked to write, and that I had something to say about everything that I loved. Bollywood, Fashion, Lifestyle & Pop Culture. I also wanted people all over the world to stop assuming that India was just what they were used to seeing on the Discovery Channel – Villages and Slumdog Millionaire. My India was everything. Poverty and ache yes, but also glamour and fashion, food and gossip, luxury and travel, love and music. And of course, so many beautiful perfectly imperfect people…

20. What is the story behind the name of the blog?
I initially named my blog ‘The Glam Doll’ going by my friend’s suggestion. But somehow didn’t like it. So soon changed it to my own name. I am a Miss Malini fan you see. *wink*

21. Your connection with any Blogger Network like Indi blogger or Writeupcafe or any other and the experience?
 Yes, I am connected with a few blogger platforms including Indiblogger and I love the experience. I get a lot of positive criticism and help from fellow bloggers and like-minded writing community.

22. Which genre do you feel gets the raw deal?
No idea.

23. Which one plug-in would you suggest all bloggers to have?
Bloglovin’

24. Five adjectives that describe you.
Conceptual Storyteller.  Dreamer. Passionate Writer. Creative Maniac. Fashionista. Foodie.

25. What book would you say has made the biggest impact good or bad on you?
None. I love Durjoy Datta though. His books keep me sane when my mood is completely down.

26. Do you get easily provoked by positive/negative comments??
Yes. Very easily. I do not show it much, but if someone says something really nasty, it affects me real bad. But I like it sometimes since it makes me work harder to prove them wrong.

27. Do you plan to write a book, as every bloggers dream it is?
As unreal as it may sound right now, yes I do wish to pen down a book someday.

28. Are you a judgmental person, do you prefer to take sides instead of standing neutral?
I have a strong opinion of my own and I do not let anything or anyone manipulate my thoughts. I only support and promote things I personally believe in, love and stand by.

29. Your collaboration with other bloggers, are you much into social networking, tell us everything about it?
I connect with a lot of bloggers online and offline as well. Haven’t collaborated with anyone as yet, but I wish to do it someday soon.

30. What genre attracts you the most and which genre you avoid?
I love fashion, food, travel, relationships, health, shopping, entertainment.. lifestyle in general. I stay away from crime and politics.

31. Your Views on Contests and increasing plagiarism?
Contests are a great way to increase followers and almost everyone hosts contests and giveaways in collaboration with brands. It’s just becoming an extension to the blogging service you offer clients when you are a commercial blogger.
About plagiarism, that’s the first lesson taught to me in media school and I believe it’s wrong. On my blog, most of the posts are personal. So there is very less scope for plagiarism.

32. Words for me and my blogs Desire v/s Destiny and Blogger Interviews and my Website www.MyMagicJobs.com
It’s a great portal you are running. I have been following your posts since a couple of years now and I believe they help a lot of people. About you, I need to say a Thank You to you for supporting me and helping me out with the blog when I goof up.

33. On winning the Award/s , Are they Really necessary.
Yes they are important. It gives you visibility. You are known by your work, and you get more followers, and more results. Also it boosts your self confidence, so you perform better.

34. So whats Next in your list?
Write more.

35.Words for your readers and why they should follow you?
I love my virtual family (That’s what I call my readers). They aren’t just readers; they are my family, my world. My readers are what keep me going. A writer is a no one without readers. So I love and appreciate each and every one. Also I’d want to tell all my amazing people, keep commenting on my posts and photos and let me know what you wish to see on the blog, and I shall try my level  best to bring it to you’ll. Feedback and suggestions are always welcome. And I accept all the love.
Why one should follow me? You should follow me for some daily motivation and happiness. I share a lot of style inspiration, drool worthy food photos and fun travel photos which will definitely motivate you to live for the moment, enjoy everything you do, be happy and spread happiness.

Do follow this beautiful girl on various social media platforms :
Blog : www.flexcia.com
Instagram www.instagram.com/flexcia_dsouza
Facebook www.facebook.com/FlexciaDsouza
Zomato www.zomato.com/flexcia
Roposo www.roposo.com/@flexcia
Twitter www.twitter.com/FlexciaDsouza

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Book review of Thousand Unspoken Thoughts by Prerna Khatri

The book Thousand Unspoken Thoughts is a collection of 50 sweet poems which are soothing on mind.Anyways I got this book from Prerna and I had literally no expectations as I only got to know her when I took her Interview for this blog.Even after the interview I was not sure what to expect from this book.I personally like short fiction than poems but this book actually was so light on my mind that I finished it in one go only to later come back and re read the selective ones which I liked.But ,Wow I have never come across a poem collection which is written by an armature who is using the skill of poem writing to show what she sees and how she sees and is actually an advocate by profession and yet written so sensitive in her poems.The poems are not heavy on mind and are refreshing.


The poem collection moves from different perspectives of life and how the poet sees it.which you can connect with.The poems do look like someones debut poems but every word is constructed beautifully and has its own charm.The rhyme formation is simple and easy to understand and you feel like you connect with it someway or the other.Yes,there are emotions involved with each and every poem but they are light and you get a sense of what they imply.Some of my favorite lines are as below :

Also as soon as the book starts it engrosses you with something you want to read and know what makes the poet wrote it. here is a look at what I am talking about , i dont want to give spoilers so , buy the book and read what she wants to tell and how she sees the things.



Now if the above few first lines from the book makes sense to you , you have to buy this book and read all the amazing work she has done.If you are one of those who dont like to read poems because they are heavy on mind and difficult to understand this book will change that notion.

Overall the book is a onetime read and is very easy to understand.The book is short lengthen ,can be read in a day is light on the mind as well.We wish her all the best and congratulate on her debut book and all the best for Masters in International Business and Commercial Law.Not to forget she is already working on her upcoming poem collection.

Overallrating : 4/5

Reviewed by : Rahul Miglani , Follow him at Twitter and Facebook 

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Blogger Interview with Prerna Author of Thousand Unspoken Thoughts

1. Can you tell us a little about yourself, your book, and your aspirations and your hobbies!!
Hi, my name is Prerna and I am currently pursuing my Masters in International Business and Commercial Law at the University of Manchester. I began writing when I was in school, but serious writing began when I was in college pursuing my Undergraduate Degree in Law. Writing for me was a means of channeling my thoughts as I read and thus, began the journey. When I started writing poetry, I wasn’t writing it with an aim to publish it or make a collection out of it. In that sense, I am a selfish write. I used to write for myself because writing made me happy. Looking out for publishers and sending out my manuscript was an impromptu decision, hoping that something might work out. I have been lucky honestly that I one of such emails brought back a positive response and my wonderful publishers, LeadStart Publishing, agreed to publish it.   
Besides studying the law and writing poetry, I’m an avid reader and can read almost anything. I’m a trained classical dancer, but have been out of touch with the stage for the last 2-3 years.
2. How did you first get involved in with writing, are you an imaginative person?
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been a reader first and then a writer. My life as a reader has helped me form a voice which helps me in writing. I think I consider myself an imaginative person, and that has sprung from reading books of various genres.

3. How would (someone) describe your writing style?
I think if people were to describe my writing style, they’d probably say that I write with a moral. Probably kinds where everything falls into place in the end, or that I just end my poems on a happy/positive note because personally I believe that everything does have a happy ending or rather things do end positively depending upon one’s perspective. I think since this is my debut, I am yet to explore different styles and I don’t want to be restricted to a specific style or a kind of writing that defines me, especially since this is just the beginning.

4. Where do you see yourself writing wise in the next 6 months, and 5 years down the road?
I think as of today, I see myself working on my next book in the next six months. I’m trying to understand the response of the readers, and simultaneously, trying to venture into new opportunities. 5 years down the lane, I would probably expect myself to have found a certain voice that I can associate myself with confidently. I want try writing prose as well, and have a mind-map of how I want things to go. I hope things work out as planned!

5. Any specific tips you have for newbie writers who want to make it in big?
I think hesitation and under-confidence is one of the biggest road-blocks for any new writer. For any writer to eventually make it big, one must be willing to get out of the closet and explore every opportunity that comes their way, even if the smallest means of leaving a mark behind. I’d probably just say that start small, take baby-steps every day and things will fall in place. 

6. What’s the best thing a writer can give to his readers?
As a reader, what I look for is the feeling of being able to relate. A lot of people find some amount of comfort in reading a particular writer’s book after having read the first one they’ve written, that whatever they release their next book, the readers pick it up being sure that they’ll like it. I want to be one such writer where people reach out and say that they were able to relate to what I have written I want to be able to form that bond with my readers and as a writer, I want to be capable enough to give them that.

7. What motivates you most in life?
A good book and a cup of coffee. That’s all it takes.

8. What book would you say has made the biggest impact good or bad on you?
The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho.

9. What genre attracts you the most and which genre you avoid?
I don’t think there are genres I avoid, but I prefer Literary and Narrative Fiction.

10. Do you get easily provoked by positive/negative comments??
I think every writer is exposed to both positive and negative reactions to their books and that is something no one can avoid. Positive comments, obviously make me very happy, but I don’t think I get provoked by negative comments that easily. I wonder why has it been said, quite naturally, but I take that as a stepping stone and work on the feedback given to me. 

11. So what’s next in your list?
Currently, I am working on my second collection of poems and eventually, I hope to explore other genres/styles of writing. 

12. Words for your readers and why they should follow you?
Firstly, I’d like to extend my gratitude to everyone who has enjoyed and appreciated my first book, “Thousand Unspoken Thoughts” and would like to thank each and every reader out there for their immense support. I think the only thing I require as a writer is support from my readers, and I hope as I experiment with different styles, I receive the same kind of support and encouragement that I have received with my debut.

13. Words for me and my blogs Desire v/s Destiny and Blogger Interviews and my Website www.MyMagicJobs.com
I would like to thank www.MyMagicJobs.com and specifically Mr. Rahul Miglani for this opportunity and hope that we will have a chance to interact once again in the future.

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Book Review of Until I Met You by Ishani Malhotra

Until I Met You’ is Ishani's debut contemporary romance novel releasing from Harlequin, India. The plot of my book is set in Calcutta. 
I am trying to avoid spoilers here but the story explores that how in today’s generation the youth has to go through several hurdles in their love lives.So this book revolves around the transition from lover to soul mate but it shows how in today's times the love life goes through practical as well as emotional difficulties..This book also talks about the mistakes and difficulties today's young people are facing with their relationships with respect to their career orientation.
The story is written in first person and it is very very easy to like the narrator who is a young beautiful girl.It is a romantic novel but it has its space for comedy as well as dramatic scenes.As a debut novel she has done a great work with simple English , not too much drama and detailed perspective on things.The young girl is the one who every reader will relate to and definitely will like.Even the male readers would relat
e to the practical problems she has to face in her love life.
Overall the book is a onetime read and is very easy to understand.The book is short lengthen ,can be read in a day is light on the mind as well , if you enjoy reading romantic novel which are contemporary and very much relatable you will certainly enjoy this book.We wish her all the best and congratulate on her debut book.

Overallrating : 3.75/5

Reviewed by : Rahul Miglani , Follow him at Twitter and Facebook 
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