tinytale #55 ‘True Lies’

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Never knew there would be a day when I was pushed to my lowest. When I was broken and I didn’t have a shoulder to cry.

Never thought a day came when my existence was questioned. Those around me, I treasured, cherished ask about my utility in their life and when they don’t find me of any use, they leave.

I should be thankful, my life has become less chaotic and I know what purpose I have. They did me a favor. Without them, I would never understand my worth.

They might forget me and never look back but I promise I will never forget the lesson they teach me. Their numerous lies are my treasure. I will keep them safe.

They shook me to wake up to the reality and popped the balloons of lies they told. The best was to stay forever.

tinytale #54 ‘Confessions of a Reader’

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  • I carry a book wherever I go.
  • I watch my book-shelf many times in a day and count books once a day. It gives me immense pleasure.
  • I spend more on books than on dresses. I am always short on books and end up buying more than I planned but never regretted.
  • Before I start reading a book, I stare at the cover for long. If the cover has so many elements in it, it will take longer until I memorize every small detail of the cover.
  • I hate when someone calls in the middle of the chapter and once I wanted to kill the damn person called just before the last chapter of a suspense novel.
  • I find this strange when someone says that they have never read a book. Is this humanly possible to live without books?

    #BookPromo : Life is the Flower, Love is the Honey by Surabhi Sharma @thereviewauthor

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    Hey Book Lovers! Congratulations to fellow blogger Surabhi Sharma for the release of  Life is the Flower, Love is the Honey. I’m delighted to share the book detail and blurb, I hope you find the it interesting.

    Book Details:

    Title – Life is the Flower, Love is the Honey

    Author – Surabhi Sharma

    Publication Date – 21st August 2018

    Publisher – Self-Published

    Format – e-book

    Pages – 133

    Price – INR49/$0.71

    Life is the Flower, Love is the Honey

    Synopsis:

    ‘You are so much more than what you think you are. You are infinite. You have the power to achieve bigger things.’

    This is a story of a dream; a story for every dreamer.

    Shubh is a dreamer. He wishes to become a nature photographer but submits to his parents’ wishes who want a secure future for him. He fears he will disappoint his parents and gives up on his dreams.

    Monica is a dreamer. She…

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    LFLH – Blurb

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    Sharing the Blurb/Description of my upcoming release ‘Life is the Flower, Love is the Honey’ releasing on 21st August. Hope you guys like reading.

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    ‘You are so much more than what you think you are. You are infinite. You have the power to achieve bigger things.’

    This is a story of a dream; a story for every dreamer.

    Shubh is a dreamer. He wishes to become a nature photographer but submits to his parents’ wishes who want a secure future for him. He fears he will disappoint his parents and gives up on his dreams.

    Monica is a dreamer. She is a painter who paints the canvas with the inspirational colors of life. She let go of her fears and inhibitions one day when someone helped give her paintings a purpose.

    What happens when fate brings these two dreamers together?

    A unique tale of love and life in the form of tiny tales about the dreams and challenges we face.

    tinytale #53 ‘A place, I call Home’

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    I slip my hands into my pockets and carry on walking on the crowded pavement. I hear the sound of loud chatters, the laughter, people standing outside the restaurant waiting for the table, a group of youngsters’ busy planning the weekend.

    A band of guitarists playing at one corner of the street engaging every passerby. Few are standing to kill the time and other appreciating the artists with wide eyes. I pause to listen.

    After a right turn then a left turn I reach to a place, I call my own, my home. I enter and silence welcomes me. That silence tells me that, ‘now you are safe inside the walls of this house’. My home is the most comforting place on this planet where I shed all the pretense and be myself. My house is my safe haven.