About The Book:
‘The Past is not what it seems’. Things get really different when you spend your time with memories. Dive down into the realm of fun-filled adventures of the author life, get to know about the past incidents which moulds up the present greatly. Listen to the tales of how mischievous friends can be, what comical incidents arise when you spend your days with them walking on streets, recall the classical moments of parents, and most importantly get a chance to cherish various small incidents.
Based on all real events, this book as a partial autobiography, the only difference? – It’s explained in an interesting story telling way. Every person has his/her own story, a portion of being greatly relatable with others. People love stories, and this book has a handful of them. As a bonus, get a peep of an upcoming work and also read the extracts from previous stories, poems. Cherish every moment, make memories sweeter!
About The Author:
Sombrata Mukherjee is a newborn writer who is now writing professionally over the past few years. He has had a passion for writing from a very young age, literally even before finding the essence in reading. He used to listen to the legendary tales of Indian History, Gods from his late grandmother Gouri Mukherjee. This stirred him to write something equally mesmerizing. This grew up a passion for writing within him, even before he started to read by himself at a later period. He started his unofficial writing journey from an early age of around ten with comic strips, poems and stories. Scarcely had they carried meanings but the talent to compose in future was foreshadowed.
At the age of 19, Sombrata published his first book ‘Temptations’, a collection of classical love poetry (completed while he was 17). Next, he published the book “What every Hindus need to know about Hinduism” (a complete work on Hindu, part 1). Earlier, he wrote a variety of short stories, including ‘My Last Day in Park Street Cemetery’, ‘Along With Us, Disloyal’, and such. These short stories were later packed in his published work ‘Into the Dark’. Mukherjee also has a great passion for his native Bengali and has composed works in the language like ‘Bipin Babur Camera’, ‘Nikhilda Samagra’, ‘Haariya Pheliyachi’, ‘Bigyaner alap sahitter songe’, and others. He has worked in over three English anthologies, magazines, and was nominated in INBW (India’s Next Big Writer). Sombrata is also the possessor of the prestigious 21st Emily Dickinson Award (for his book ‘Temptations’) and the Jane Austen Award from Book Leaf Publishing.
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Sombrata passed out from St. Judes High school Madhyamgram with Computer Science and is currently pursuing the stream of Mass Communication and Journalism at Amity University Kolkata. He often tells of getting a combined inspiration from his parents, chiefly from his mother, Soma, who inspired him to read and write to a greater extent. Mukherjee’s father, Subrata, is the possessor of various children’s comics (chiefly in Bengali), magazines which mesmerized Sombrata’s taste in comics and Literature. The young writer has a great interest in classic genres starting from novels to short stories, poems and plays and is often inspired by classic writers.
‘You can hear Literature’, says he, ‘even when it does not speaks, and that’s the essence. It is beyond praise and possesses the ability to stir your mind, even though you are reading a book sitting in a particular corner’.