Editor | Non-Fiction
For connecting and understanding the world around us and ourselves a little better, one has to read Immortal For A Moment (Published by Simon & Schuster) by Natasha Badhwar. As far as self-help books go, this is top-notch.
If you are in love, afraid of being in love or in love but don’t quite know with what, then this is the book for you.
If you are unhappily married, happily unmarried, or vice versa, then this book is the distraction you need.
If you have children, don’t have children, or ever plan to be a child yourself, then hang on to the monkey bars this book is for you.
If you have one life, infinite loves and time management issues, then you are holding the essential field guide to sorting out the clutter. Or wreckage. Or whatever it is you call yourself.
Immortal For A Moment cuts across genres and attracts readers of every kind. It is a keepsake.