The Story of a Girl. 60 Seconds That Changed Life

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This is an emotional story that chronicles the journey of a girl who flirts with the idea of suicide, becomes a loving mother to two lovely daughters, has a successful career all while constantly living under the shadow of an unpredictable companion. More

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About Aarti Iyer

Mother,Author/Columnist,Lover & Speaker of the French language,Bookworm,COO at Indian Moms Connect

Aarti shares her experiences in her blog flyingbubbles

Reviews

Review by: Srividya Subramanian Vidyasagar on Jan. 13, 2013 : star star star star star
Story of a girl is a wonderful, touching story. Aarti's unique way of storytelling made me feel low during the moments of low and feel great during the happier moments of the book. In short, she made me live the book while I read it. This book has inspired me in many ways. Great job Aarti!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Jacque Gomes on Aug. 08, 2012 : star star star star star
Aarti Iyer’s Story of a Girl gives us an overwhelmingly truthful account of an individual’s struggles with the vicissitudes of life. In an endearingly heartwarming way, Iyer presents inconceivable pains of life and encourages us to leave them behind and instead, pursue what she calls, the “flying bubbles” of life. In this wonderfully charming way, this novella provides inspirational insight into coming to terms with physical and emotional realities of life as well as looking past them and into the hope of the smaller, intangible joys of life.

- Jacque Gomes
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Shrada B on Aug. 03, 2012 : star star star star star
I couldn't stop myself from being addicted to this book. It is simply AWESOME! I read it and found it very inspiring! Aarti has given a very personal and real life touch to it.
It's surely going to change lots of lives and teach them to be flying bubbles!
Good luck to Aarti and wish her loads and loads of success.....

- Shrada Bathija
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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