I Too Had A Love Story

7 12 2010

I liked this simple and cute love story by Ravinder Singh (an IT professional) just for a simple reason that it’s really simple and cute. The author narrated the story in a straight-forward and no nonsensical way. The best thing I liked about it is that he didn’t try to prove any point unlike “some bestsellers”. He just wanted to share a story and he did it well.

I always have misgivings about these so-called true stories. Can they all be true – the drama, the romance, the little embarrassing details…? Well, I guess I need to take them all with a pinch of salt.

PS: Just after finishing the book, my mind set off on an exciting and wild imagination spree: Will I ever write a book? If I do, what would it be about? How would it be like? It would definitely be a fiction. Will it be a drama or a love story or something else????

Come on now, don’t panic! Nothing might come out of this wishful thinking after all.  Relax. 😀



3 responses

8 12 2010

He he.. I will wait for your book 🙂 If its gonna be a fictious story, what about a action packed, mysterious love story 😀

12 12 2010

Action?? Mystery??? Sounds cool but I’m not sure my mind can work those things out! Ha!

28 12 2010
Sirisha Kanuri

one of my favorite ….so simple and good one…

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