The Passion Became Destiny

Our dreams, desires, passion & imaginations are unlimited. Nobody has a power to control or hold them back. But what if somebody’s passionate desires & dreams becomes the destiny of millions of people? Can you imagine where it could lead them? Till we read the whole story we never come to know what’s there on the next page, so enjoy the entire story & find out secret how the passion became destiny More

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About Vrushali Khedekar

Vrushali Khedekar is an Indian Author, Freelancer, Blogger, Poet and Photographer born and brought up in Pune, Maharashtra. She is most talented young writer with five titles on her name. She is fond of traveling and photography.

She completed her master’s degree in information technology and began to work with I.T. industry but was not able to sweep out the passionate desire of writing out of her mind. She just didn’t want to be an I.T. professional. She wanted to do something different with her life and live like her own boss. She started her writing journey with her first book and blogging. She published her first book “The Fortune Fighter” in February 2015 and her dream of becoming an author came true. Her second novel “The Holy Souls” published in January 2016. “The Passion Became Destiny” is her third encouraging title specially launched on 14th February 2016. Her next horror and thriller “The Bloody Serial Killer” released on 25th April 2016. “The Buried Mystery” is her new mysterious family novel published on 5th May 2016.

As we say life is full of choices she believes it, so she made writing as her choice and more than becoming a career oriented choose the happiness. Currently she is working successfully as blogger, freelancer and technical writer on multiple websites. She writes Travel Books as well. Currently she is working on her new novel; very soon it will be available for the readers.

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