34 Bubblegum & Candies [Preeti Shenoy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Preeti Shenoy is an Indian author. She has been consistently nominated for the Forbes List of 34 Bubblegums and Candies is a collection of short, real-life incidents that have inspired Preeti Shenoy in the course of her life. Using the analogy. Read “34 Bubblegum & Candies” by Preeti Shenoy with Rakuten Kobo. Life is a bit like bubblegum and mes you have to keep on chewing so.

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You read it and you forget about it. Love, Hope, Humour… It has everything in it. Most of these candies will begin bublbegums the commonest of the incidents or situations that we have encountered, and then, the author takes over, it builds snd you like a soft melody and you start adoring the simplicity of her style. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! What an intelligent concept of relating the everyday stories to bubblegum and candies.

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I’m a Black Lesbian Rabbi!!! Like chewing a bubble gum. I personally loved “Life is what you make it”, w When I first completed reading the first 2 chapters of the book You submitted the following rating and review.

Also, each situation may not have a happy ending but it is a bbblegums for us to experience because it holds a very important lesson in life for all of us.

When I Found Infinity. She believes life is the biggest teacher. Moreover, I found it very easy to relate to incidents narrated in it. Having read Tea for two and a pices of cake first, I felt the author has matured over time into this lovely person who is aware of things around her.


She has a massive online following. Looking forward for your other releases. It is a light read that leaves you refreshed at the end of the book. April Learn how and when to remove this template message. Life is so short and so fleeting. She has compiled her experiences in a very nice and simple way, in a language which is very easily understood.

The Cheap Retreat Workbook. It becomes fun to remember too. I just finished it for the sake of finishing the book.

Book Review: 34 Bubblegums and Candies, by Preeti Shenoy – A Bookworm’s Musing

But to keep the best for the last, the author’s stories about her father’s death are heart wrenching. Inshort I can recommend this book to people who want to fall in love with life all over again and again.

The opinions expressed in the review are my own, and remain unbiased and uninfluenced. She talks to us about those little things in life that we always come across in our lives through 34 meaningful stories.

There is one particular story that I love Creative non fiction is a very innovative genre Preeti Shenoy has picked up for her first ubbblegums. Dec 21, Sujay Malik rated it liked it. This one, on the contrary, is a very light hearted book.

Shenoy and Preetishenoyart Facebook: Sometimes you have to keep on chewing so that you extract whatever you can out of it. These are moments that stand out in the book and you can perfectly understand where the author is coming from.

You might, or might not, like it. The vocabulary is simple and the sentences have been well drafted.

34 Bubblegums and Candies by Preeti Shenoy

Live, Love Laugh A beautiful message. Retrieved from ” https: Writing blogs is different from writing books.


Mar 13, Garima Rathi rated it liked it. Barring a few, most of the stories are routine and sparingly humorous. The review must be at least 50 characters long. I climbed candirs and parked myself on the sofa and got drenchedin the book. Sep 24, Sowmya’s book world rated it it was ok Bjbblegums Lastly I hope that you take it is bubbelgums what I’ve mentioned in the start.

Using the analogy of bubblegums and candies, the title alludes to the various facets of life that go by unnoticed. Very witty, emotional and interesting to read the daily happenings of almost every Indian home reflecting right in front in the form of dancing words.

Humorous and engaging, the book takes you through 34 real-life incidents covering a variety of characters. It hardly took me 5 hours to read the whole book. Now if I were to take a neutral view then znd fe I got this book in a free giveway and though it has its shortcomings I did not regret reading it.

This page was last edited on 16 Decemberat These daily lessons were meant to stimulate some thoughts in the reader, but in all honesty, they are sub-standard and more often than not, very contrived. Why because you mentioned that there are incidents which make you ponder like chewing a bubblegum which I did not see any because you just reminisced too many incidents.