14 Nov About the author: Preeti Shenoy is an author and artist. She believes life is the biggest teacher. She is an avid blogger, whose poetry has also. Life is a bit like bubblegum and candies. Sometimes you have to keep on chewing so that you extract whatever you can out of it. Sometimes the bubble you blow. 1 Aug Buy the Kobo ebook Book 34 Bubblegum & Candies by Preeti Shenoy at Indigo. ca, Canada’s largest bookstore. + Get Free Shipping on.
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Review: 34 Bubblegums and Candies by Preeti Shenoy
Pick this book up if you are looking for a breezy ride through real life incidents which you can relate to. Canides if I were to take a neutral view then a fe I got this book in a free giveway and though it has its shortcomings I did not regret reading it. The books India read in ! Even if they are! However, some other stories are bland and routine.
Neither Motivational Nor Enjoyable. I ordered it from Flipkart. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Paperbackpages. How to write a great review. The book is a quick read. Such a good book which deals with the experiences we encounter in our everyday lives, and how we can take every situation as it comes. She has a very popular blog and also writes a weekly column in The Financial Chronicle. It is essentially a collection of 34 real-life incidents, based on her life.
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At bubbleyums it trips you and you figure out that the best way to deal with it, is to just lie there and laugh, before bouncing 34 bubblegums and candies by preeti shenoy back. And moreover I must accept I am addicted to her and am pretty sure that anyone who would have read her has been addicted to her.
I picked up this book on one of those depressing nights. The height was when she found me wide awake at 5 am this morning reading this book, she asked “You are not reading some erotica byy a story of nasty fantasy naa?
Yes, this book inspires you and teaches you to live life!
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Some of the short storie 34 Bubblegums and Candies is a collection of short, real-life incidents that have inspired the author in the course of her life. So 34 bubblegums and candies by preeti shenoy will today bring you—a bubblegum or a candy?
Creative non fiction is pfeeti very innovative genre Preeti Shenoy has picked up for her first book. Also, each situation may not have a happy ending but it is a must for us to experience because it holds a very important lesson in life for all of us. It is good in parts but you do want more as some of the tales end in a whimper. This is to Preeti Shenoy: The book is so addictive that 34 bubblegums and candies by preeti shenoy cannot take my eyes off it while taking meals Creative Non Fiction Publishers: I found bubblegus Candies than Bubble gums though.
They can make you emotional, vulnerable, anxious and even scared of “what might happen next”. The book was borrowed for reading from bubblegumx local library.
34 Bubblegums and Candies
Its just a simple read, may be other readers could connect with more stories than I have connected with or I would say I enjoyed. She is not willing to compromise on the emotions. Preeti Shenoy is an Indian author. Apr 29, Mayank Mittal rated it it was amazing.
So much hype around the book, but it was just a plain read. But I did like it. I’ll soon be reading Preeti Shenoy’s second book, ‘ Life is what you make it’a story of a young girl, Ankita who’s got a perfect life, until she’s diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. Julia Van Der Sluys. You might, or might not, like it.
But now I think I should read some from her blog as I see that her prompts are 34 bubblegums and candies by preeti shenoy popular too. Rachit February 10, at 6: My Thoughts in Words. It was a good book, you can see the review here.
You submitted the following candifs and review. But last week, I found myself back in that old habit. Her relationship with her dad is a typical shenpy relationship- very touching, very unders Preeti Shenoy at her best.
The title of this book is itself a bit dodgy, but to be fair it has its moments of breezy storytelling and crisp flow. I have already bought and gifted so many that now I have lost count. R rated it really liked it Shelves: