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Hello Friends,

I have not been around much lately, and the reason had been the work on my debut fiction (first) then adjusting with new job and life. I know I have missed so much of this beautiful blogging world. But the good news is: I am ready for a comeback. I’m so excited to write and share my poems with you all, and go through all your beautiful pieces of art. I promise that you’ll find me around often from now onward. Yay, it is so exciting to be finally back.

Okay, those who might be interested to know, here is the tentative back-cover description of “Together Never”. I am working on to get it out soon on amazon. Let me know your thoughts if you wish to share. And yes if anyone is interested to beta-read, please let me know. So here we go –

Sitting on piles of buried passions, Neal’s life has been mostly misunderstood and unloved. He wants a meaningful life, unlike the regular office-job, that can elevate him from unnamed faces. But cobwebbed in mediocre routine, there is clearly a no-way out.

Right when his life keeps slipping away, he meets Marisa. She is one of his kind – kind and sensitive, the one he has always been waiting for. And despite she is in a long, committed relationship, they discover an unparalleled understanding; they fall in love. But Marisa has a life beyond him, which is a reality etched on stones.

Fighting his flawed fortune, does Neal succeed in his quest?
Can he change the pattern of stars and be with his One and Only?

Or will they stay Together Never?

Please feel free to share any thoughts you might have, and do not hesitate to share any piece of your art that I’d missed and you want me to read and admire.

With love,
NEKNEERAJ

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  1. And despite she is in a long, committed relationship, they discover an unparalleled understanding; they fall in love. But Marisa has a life beyond him, which is a reality etched on stones.

    Perhaps this minor change will make this sentence an easier read:
    Despite that she is in a long,….

    Thank you for your visit. Questions, it seems there are always more of them than answers. Good luck on your book and future writing 🙂

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