Experiences, moments, incidents! So many emotions come across your mind whenever you hear these words, right? Well, that’s what life is all about. The incidents that you experience in life, give you tons of memories. For sure, when you look behind, you feel nostalgic, you feel content and may be void at times. But you treasure those memories no matter what.
“Life Explored” by Sonali Sharma is one such book that will melt your heart. The book brings to you a collection of stories from the long-lost memories, teenage life, some random incidents that happen in life-which stay through out. The stories are based out of real-life incidents from different individuals author met; and of course, her own experiences too! While turning the pages of the book, your fingers will feel the warmth of emotions, your eyes will twinkle with a gleaming spark with the smile on your face for those stories will take you back to your good old days. If you are already in your teen age, you will feel such relatable vibes while reading. It will make you giggle, smile and emotional at the same time.
Here’s what people say about the book-
“Rekindled my teenage memories” All the stories in the book made me travel back to my teenage days-dealing with fake friendships, finding that one friend that you could trust for life, accepting rejections and feeling hopeful for life. – Moina Abdul, Content creator & Illustrator .
Damn relatable. Small things are glorified in a beautiful way. I could feel connected to every single word.Amrita Mishra.
What are you waiting for? Go grab you copies and give yourself a treat this weekend with such blissful stories by author Sonali. When we asked Sonali, why did she chose to give the title “Life experienced, yet left unexplored”Here’s what she replied- “We experience a lot of things in life, but do we really explore what we experience? This book is just a small attempt to help people reflect back to the incidents they experience in life and how special those moments are. They have a lot to teach for they help us to reflect at our emotions in depth and persuade us to truly explore the life closely.”
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