Shruti Mehrotra is a final year BA- Eng. Hon. Student from Christ University, Bengaluru, with a zeal of writing on common trends of life issues. She has done her schooling from Loreto Convent at Lucknow and has been nominated as a candidate for the Young Women Achievers by Hindustan Times, Lucknow Edition. She has represented her school at the International Youth Summit at Mauritius and her college at the 20th International Convention On Students’ Quality Circles (ICSQC’ 2017) at Dhaka, Bangladesh with accolades to her credit. Shruti aims at a career in Management with a flair of writing on social issues like child abuse, world peace, universal brotherhood and women empowerment. She is an avid reader and believes in blogging to put her views across.
Do we realize the repercussions of our words on others?
How about travelling into a person’s mind to know it all?
Catering to households which are different in their own spectacular ways. Where tales and poems intertwine to produce prose. For a place which is a dangerous escape, the world of poetry opens its doors. Amidst the pages, this work serves the purpose of giving a voice, and sharing one. You can relate to it, detest it and accept it, too. Subjected to multiple perspectives, this work welcomes individualistic opinions and reaffirms that no story is the same. Revolving around everyday issues which you don’t realize until you read about them. This work takes you past different worlds, with stories of chance, rants brought forth by experience and free verse encouraged by the youth of today.
“I was nine when I was given my personal journal, it fueled my passion for writing. I knew I’d publish my work someday. Didn’t realize the day would arrive so soon. Thus, this book is a 10-year old’s first wish, while blowing the candle on her cake as she turned ten”