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About the Book:
Can Love only Hurt?
Or does it Heal?
'Meera was one "geeky" but sensible girl, with a good head firmly placed on her shoulders.
She never did anything wrong.
She never made any mischief.
Life was all about career, goals, and giving back to society. However, behind those heavy glasses was a young girl wanting to be loved but at the same time wary of falling for the wrong guy.
Things begin to change inadvertently as she crosses paths with Neil.
Would Neil be able to see past Meera? Would Meera be able to overcome her inherent insecurities?
Would love find a way?
About the Author:
An architect by education, software engineer by profession, and a writer by choice.
Charu was born in the UK (Belfast) and brought up in Roorkee, India. She has a degree from India’s premier college: the Indian Institute of Technology and has worked for technology and product based companies like Tata Consultancy, American Express, Royal Bank of Scotland. She is currently working as Senior Manager, Information Technology, at Max Life Insurance. She is an avid reader and blogger. She maintains her blog: lifeinthehooterville.blogspot.com She has authored a Self-help ebook titled (“Tip the Skin”) and it is available at e-retail portals like Smashwords, Amazon, Barnes, and Noble. She is a die-hard Toastmaster and won 2nd place at the 2017 District 41 Table Topic Contest at Chandigarh. She was also one of the finalists at District 41 Humorous Speech Contest 2017. District 41 comprises Toastmasters Clubs from North India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Bhutan. She won 2nd place in the 2017 edition of the NUHA Global Blogging Competition and was the only blogger shortlisted from India.
She was one of the highly recommended authors at the Bharat Award for literature-4th
and 5th Short Story contests (2018 and 2019) conducted by poiesisonline.com.
Her book of short stories called “The Lady in the Mirror” published by StoryMirror was one of
the bestsellers in the short stories category in the opening week. Her stories have been aired on All India Radio Delhi Rajdhani as well as Gurgaon Community Radio Stations. In 2019 she was awarded “The Literoma Rising Star Award” for her debut work. She was the chief guest at the IIT Roorkee Modal United Nations debate closing ceremony in 2019 and has since graced many literature festivals and e-literature festivals like that of Lovely Professional University and NIT Hamirpur (2021).