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  • its_me_km 14w

    Who says love is everything? Love cannot exist without feelings. When we not only react but also develop an understanding of our feelings, we call them emotion.
    #bookselling #books #reading #read #book #bookstore #booklover #readersofindia #bookseller #dse #literature #bibliophile #bookshop #onlinebookstore #bookbabu #bibliotec #emotions #booksforlife #buca #bibliogram #bibliophilia #bb #awesome #rarebookshop #bhfyp

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    A Concoction Of Emotions

    My first book A Concotion Of Emotions is now available at Amazon and Flipkart.

    A CONCOCTION OF EMOTIONS is a small poetry book of 36 pages. This is my first book. So all I can hope is that you will love it.

    I am writing the links here:-

    Amazon: https://amzn.to/3zqnLq7

    Flipkart: A concotion of emotions: Buy A concotion of emotions by Km Diksha Bisht at Low Price in India | Flipkart.com

    e book :- Google play

    So do buy it as soon as possible. Read, Review and Share.

    Instagram:- @idiksha_bisht
    Email ID:- idikshabisht@gmail.com


  • nazneen_kachwala 109w

    BOOK REVIEW – The Moment of Lift – Author: Melinda Gates

    Melinda Gates, the co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, wife to one of the most influential men and a mother of three, writes a very subtle yet impactful book that breaks down the philosophy of empowerment to the microscopic level of our understanding. The title of the book is a clear analogy between the space launches that she witnessed as a child to the direct elevation of the people, especially women across the world. Melinda chooses a very direct approach to citing the general issues faced by the women with her own life. She describes struggles and resolutions in her own marriage about voicing her opinion, family planning, taking a step back from her career during pregnancy and taking care of the children alongside a full-fledged profession. Her humble writings at every stage in the book, makes it clear to the readers about the connection she made with the women while working with them and for them in the far-off lands. She highly relates to their problems as her own.

    Having said that, she delves deep into the issue of family planning, narrating how it robs women physically, mentally, financially and emotionally. She includes several stories of the women and girls she met in Africa and India who have had rough times and even lost their lives to this grave problem. Melinda talks about the dominance of the male counterpart and also provides solutions in bringing them to terms with the women for an appropriate momentum. Besides, she describes in detail about other glitches around inequalities and gender bias persistent in the society at large. Unpaid work, sending girls to school, child marriages, and women’s role in agriculture are the subjects dealt with great insight with reference to the first-hand information concerning these issues mentioned in the book.

    Throughout the book, the author talks about pulling people from the margins back to the mainstream. You can know of Melinda’s journey of becoming an ardent feminist which to her means ‘women and men working in together to take down the barriers and end the biases that still hold women back.’ You will encounter numerous episodes of Melinda’s life in this book that shall compel you to broaden your viewpoint about the subject and the author herself.

    Written with utmost empathy and compassion, the book is a must-read for all the philanthropy lovers and otherwise.

    Reviewed by: Nazneen Kachwala

  • faizeenfatima 113w

    Reading is a greatest joy of all. It binds two heart in a way that no other can do. If you haven't started feeling it now, go get a book, drink the words and live more than you can ever imagine of. ��‍❤️‍��
    #myownwriting #booksarelove #meandmybooks #booksbooksandmorebooks #booksandbooks #booksaremagic #booksarebae #booksarethebest #bookishlove #bibliophiles #bookisthoughts #bookpassion #ilovemybooks #readersofinsta #readersofindia #readersofmirakee #booksaremyescape #vowelover ��

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    Reading makes my day
    Reading binds me with you
    Reading makes my night
    I wanna drink all the words
    By just sitting beside you.