Geethanjali Shree’s book, ‘Tomb of Sand’, originally ‘Ret Samadhi’, the first-ever Indian book that won The Booker’s Prize -2022 was translated from the Hindi language to English by Daisy Rockwell has given a new breeze to the Indian regional language literature. Hoping to see more of Indian regional literature spreading into the world!
Well I had read quite a many flash fictions and also short stories, since flash fictions are a form of short stories. I had also taken some creative writing courses online, in which I had got quite clear ideas about the concept and had good practice too.
Dr Glenville Ashby’s Finding Mother: Lessons in Spirituality – East and West, is a refreshing work that delves into topical issues surrounding spirituality. Reincarnation, fire ceremonies, death meditation, sex, and spiritual healing, are just few of the intriguing subjects discussed. Moreover, Dr. Ashby explores the Goddess concept in eastern and western religious traditions and offers a series of exercises toward self-awareness. Using his background as an analytical therapist, the author examines the role of the subconscious and psychopathologies in our spiritual journey, and views the womb as representative of the Goddess to which we all connected on a psychic level. The Goddess or the Universal Mother, according to the author, is the sin qua non for spiritual development.
I am an HR professional with 25 years’ experience in the field of HR. Writing is more of a hobby and I am yet to make big inroads in this space. With just three books (Infinite Intelligence, The Highest Wisdom and You Can Become Rich) to my credit, I am still learning the craft of writing and wish to create some bestsellers in future. If my writing can bring about even a small positive difference in the lives of some people, I would consider myself blessed and fortunate.
this book is for all the age groups because problems are part of life be it any age, this book will change your perception to look at problems and you will easily overcome them, every age needs lessons and learnings and it is a learning for all ages
An author is always tempted to let her/his words flow and flourish. I believe in the mantra of brevity. As a student of journalism, I learnt editing. While working on this book, I applied brevity as an editing tool and it did wonders. One can remain greedy and rue the missed opportunity or one can work as a surgeon and keep smiling! An author has to pick the unwearable gauntlet to do justice to her/his characters.
When I saw todays generations are not finding themselves romantic because of their busy schedule life, I thought and wrote book for today’s generation by these simple and pleasure book.