Specks of Happiness

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
'Specks of happiness' is about the remarkable moments of joy in our everyday life. We all experience them but often tend to bypass them.I am sharing some of these moments from my life.If after reading my stories, you are able to recognize the specks of ecstasy in your life, the purpose of my book would be served More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more read online

Price: Free! USD

About Keerti Garg

Keerti Garg is a freelance writer having completed her schooling from St. Xavier’s, Delhi, India in 2002 and graduation from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi,India in 2005. She went on to do her Masters in Business Administration, popularly known as MBA from S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai, India majoring in marketing management and organizational behaviour in 2007. She also holds a postgraduate diploma in Training and Development from Indian society of Training and Development and has completed several business courses from Stanford University.
She joined Standard Chartered Bank as an International Graduate in 2007 and worked in areas like branch sales, collections, business strategy and talent development for a period of two and a half years till November 2009.
She quit her job in November 2009 to get married to the man of her dreams, Dr. Ajay Gulati and shifted base from India to Palo Alto, California.
When she is not writing, she spends her time volunteering with Non-profit organizations, playing the guitar, running half marathons, taking long walks in the woods, hiking, biking, swimming and baking. Her biggest inspiration and role model in her life is her mother, Dr. Asha Gauri Shankar who has been teaching Mathematics in Delhi University for over 35 years now.
Keerti can be contacted at the email id keegarg@gmail.com. She would love to hear from you and answers all her emails personally.

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Aarathi Ganapathy on Aug. 08, 2011 :
If you were delighted to share your book with us, I must tell you I'm even more delighted on having read it. I actually finished the whole book in one siting because I just couldnt stop reading - it was that engrossing!

I just LOVED reading it - and could identify with so many things that you had written, right down to having someone special in my life - and i must tell you that your sincerity in recounting all these tales comes through loud and clear, not just in this book but in all your other writings too (yes, i've read them all, through your website)!

I'm working now after my course, and like you were, am now staying alone. And thanks to a series of really annoying events/happenings over the last couple of weeks, i have been feeling pretty bugged with life in general. So your book has come at such an opportune moment - to remind me there are so many other good things that are going around, which i'm not really paying attention too.

So Thank You! very much for sharing your thoughts - and for reminding me that there are so many more cheery things happening to me in life! And i hope i may share your book with many others who would both appreciate, as well as be able to relate to what you've said!
(review of free book)

Review by: Ashashankar on Aug. 07, 2011 :
I loved reading this book. It is a life-changing one as it altered my outlook towards everyday things and people and made me a happier person.
Keerti narrated the incidents so vividly that I felt I was right there.
I look forward to reading more of your work, keep it coming and thank you for writing such a beautiful and moving book.
Good luck!
-Dr. Asha Gauri Shankar
(review of free book)

Review by: Carolynpaulmeyer on Aug. 05, 2011 :
Who am I is a question that we wrestle with all of our lives. We live a lifetime of becoming. I feel we have been given a gift of who Keerti Garg really is at this point of her life through her writings. We follow her journey of maturing, glimpse her values, are privy to her beliefs and opinions, and see her living her life with integrity and grace. We look forward to her second book.

Carolyn and Paul Meyer
(review of free book)

Report this book