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With 2019 closing, don't forget to check out the diverse non-fiction published by our incredibly talented Women's Web community.
With 2019 closing, don’t forget to check out the diverse non-fiction published by our incredibly talented Women’s Web community.
Whether you are looking for a breezy travel memoir, a go-to-guide to parenting your cranky toddler, or a fresh approach to mythology, these non-fiction books by Women’s Web authors in 2019, have you covered.
Dashavatar: Stories of Lord Vishnu takes an unusual look at the avatars of Vishnu, exploring how they have captured our imagination over the ages, and making them relevant to the world that we live in today.
Do you love coffee? When was the last time you visited a cafe? Geethica Mehra’s Thoughts and Conversations merges the two in an interesting juxtaposition. It is supported by maps.
Vartika Mehrotra Gakhar says that being a travel enthusiast, Travel My Way is a collection of her personal travel tales, which she revisited while writing this book.
A freelance Dietician and a writer in many fields like parenting, health and travel, Deepa Gandhi says Memoirs Of My Travel is mainly inspired by her family trips.
In her highly topical book, SEO is not Rocket Science: A Practical Guide to Keyword Research and Content Strategy Kindle Edition Puspanjalee Das Dutta discusses why every writer/creator needs to understand SEO, and how to go about it – even if you are not a specialist.
Parenting & Health
In Kids Are From Mercury: A guide to handle your baby’s alien behaviour (Newborn & Toddler), Anu Gogna presents you with your guide on how to raise a baby who listens to you and how to handle your toddler’s tantrums without losing patience.
Love Infused Pregnancy: Your Guide to A Conscious Pregnancy is Pradnya Vernekar’s attempt at sharing her story of child conception and pregnancy. With Pregnancy being stressful, the author hopes this book helps you let go of the stress and create your own beautiful pregnancy story.
This book details gives an outline on the various aspects of a child’s A to Z Physical and Mental well-being, in the crucial early years.
26 DAYS 26 WAYS for a happier you is a self help guide to guide you through life’s misgivings.
A collection of essays as well as poetry, Side Effects Of Living is an anthology that deals with the experiences of people who have dealt with mental illness, and often been stigmatized for the same.
Women's Web is an open platform that publishes a diversity of views, individual posts do not necessarily represent the platform's views and opinions at all times.
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I realized that my journey wasn't just about my growth and self-discovery; it was also an opportunity for those around me to learn and evolve.
CW: Mention of Suicidal Ideation and Depression
In the depths of my soul, I am Jessica Care Moore. This is the story of my journey, a tale of resilience and self-discovery that has shaped the person I am today.
From the tender age of 13, I found solace and joy in wearing female clothes. In the secret corners of my world, I would slip into my mother’s garments and gaze at my reflection, my lips adorned with her lipstick. I loved myself as a girl, and that love was pure and unwavering.
In a recent interview, Shahid Kapoor said he finally figured marriage all out. According to him, a woman marries a man to ‘fix’ a messy life!
Shahid Kapoor shared his thoughts on marriage in an interview with Film Companion. He said he finally figured it (marriage) all out. Marriage is how a woman enters a man’s life to ‘fix’ him.
“This entire marriage thing is about one thing: it is that the guy was a mess and the woman came in to fix him. So the rest of his life is going to be a journey of him getting fixed and becoming a decent person. That’s pretty much what life is about.”
But this is not the only problematic thing Kapoor said. When asked about which role of his, Mira Rajput, liked the best – actor or dad, he gave a not-so-funny answer. He said he’s not sure, but he’d hoped she liked some part of him.
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