Everyone lives. But life becomes a pleasant journey if you come across something that is called love.Love is not only about romance. It is something more than that. The feeling of love and affection can arise from your child, from your parents, from your colleagues and from your friends.
Only if life were easy! Life is the most complicated thing one ever comes across. Life is all about relationships, which never follow a mathematical or geometrical pattern. Sometimes, the one who you felt loved you, turns out to be a traitor. And love may come from the most unexpected corner. It is these twists and turns that make the twenty-one stories in this book.
About the Author
Neelam Saxena Chandra is a bureaucrat working with Indian Railways. Writing poetry and fiction is her passion. More than six hundred of her stories / poems have been published in various leading Indian as well as international magazines / journals / anthologies. Nineteen of her books have been published including two novels, one novella, two short story collection, seven poetry collections and four collections of children's stories. Neelam is a record holder with the Limca Book of Records for being the author with most English and Hindi books published in a year. Neelam and her daughter hold record for being the first mother-daughter duo to write a poetry book for the book 'Winter Shall Fade' in Limca Book of Records, Miracle World Records and India Book of records. She has won several awards including an award in a poetry contest by American Embassy, Premchand award by Ministry of Railways, Rabindranath Tagore international poetry award, Freedom award by Radio city for her lyrics. Neelam has been nominated in the list of 78 most well known authors in India by Forbes for the year 2014.
Neelam Saxena Chandra
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Neelam Saxena Chandra belongs to that genre of writers who are the flag bearers of Women's liberation. Her stories while being captivating convey strong messages which echoes in the reader's mind long after finishing the story. There are two kinds of women in the world, the one who suffers silently the torments of others and blames her destiny for her situation, the second who is not prepared to live with her dismal situations and takes things in her hand to come out as a winner. Her stories ...