New Delhi, Sep 17 Bengaluru-based bestselling author Preeti Shenoy, who has to her credit books like 'Life Is What You Make It' and 'The Secret Wish List', says that the ongoing pandemic is a time for many for introspection and self-reflection and "simply coming to terms with the shock of what has happened".
Sharing about her life in lockdown, the 48-year-old writer told life, "In the initial two-three months, I didn't work on anything for publication. I did write every day, but it was for my own self. For the readers, I started '21 days of positivity' on my blog, which was free of cost. Over a thousand people subscribed and they would get a post in their inbox every day. So many told me they eagerly awaited those and it helped them. I am glad my writings helped, as there was just too much sadness and grief that I had to process. I am also an artist, and I made a portrait every day. These are such unprecedented and difficult times and I think we all have to come to terms with it in our own ways."
"A lot of bookstores have shut down. So many people have lost their jobs. The launch of my own new book 'When Love Came Calling'
( With inputs from IANS )
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