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Love story of "Not a writer"

Sameer Primaswala

2 Chapters
Bought by 16 people
4 Readers
Completed on 8 April 2023
ISBN : 978-93-94582-71-2
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Audrey Hepburn said “The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.” This story is about Sid and Neha, a couple who despite of having many ups and downs in their relationship never gave up on each other. Sid who is a hero in college amongst his clan falls for Neha and how the reality hits both of them when they enter an actual relationship. So gear up and get ready to take some points of what not to do in a relationship and how to hold onto each other at the toughest of times. Funny, Emotional and Entertaining, “Love Story of not a writer” will touch every nerve in your brain and every beat of your heart. So let's celebrate friendship and love in our own way where grammar and language doesn’t matter as for the first time a non-writer has written his Love Story... 


"Love Story of 'Not a Writer'" by Sameer Primaswala is a charming and heartfelt tale that explores the journey of love, self-discovery, and personal growth. This debut novel takes readers on a delightful and relatable adventure through the eyes of the protagonist, a self-proclaimed non-writer, as he navigates the complexities of romance and life. The story revolves around a young man who, despite lacking confidence in his writing abilities, embarks on a journey of self-expression through the written word. Along the way, he discovers that his talent for storytelling lies not in polished prose but in capturing the genuine emotions and vulnerabilities that define the human experience. Primaswala beautifully captures the ups and downs of love, painting a realistic picture of the joys and challenges that come with romantic relationships. Through a series of heartfelt and often humorous anecdotes, the author explores themes such as friendship, self-doubt, the fear of rejection, and the pursuit of true happiness. The characters in "Love Story of 'Not a Writer'" are endearing and relatable, bringing authenticity and depth to the narrative. The protagonist's journey of self-discovery is complemented by a cast of supporting characters who add layers of complexity and provide valuable life lessons. Their interactions and relationships lend the story a sense of warmth and genuine emotion, allowing readers to forge a connection with the characters and their experiences. Primaswala's writing style is simple, conversational, and accessible, making the story easy to follow and engaging for a wide range of readers. The narrative flows smoothly, carrying readers along the protagonist's emotional journey, and the author's ability to convey raw emotions and introspective moments adds depth and authenticity to the storytelling. While the novel's emphasis on relatability and lightheartedness is a strength, some readers may find the plot predictable or the prose lacking in literary depth. However, the book's charm lies in its ability to capture the universal themes of love and self-discovery, appealing to readers who appreciate heartfelt stories and relatable characters. In conclusion, "Love Story of 'Not a Writer'" is a delightful and uplifting novel that celebrates the transformative power of love and self-expression. Sameer Primaswala's debut work showcases his ability to capture genuine emotions, infusing the narrative with warmth, humor, and relatability. It serves as a reminder that personal growth often emerges from embracing one's vulnerabilities and pursuing what truly brings joy and fulfillment. This book is an enjoyable read for those seeking a heartfelt and light-hearted love story with a touch of self-discovery.

The quote by Audrey Hepburn, "The best thing to hold onto in life is each other," sets the perfect tone for "Love Story of not a writer," a heartwarming tale of two people, Sid and Neha, who never gave up on each other despite the many ups and downs in their relationship. Sid, who is a college hero among his peers, falls for Neha, and their story is one that many readers will relate to. The author's storytelling is engaging, and the characters are well-developed, making it easy to become invested in their journey. The author's use of humor and emotion is effective, and readers will find themselves laughing and crying along with Sid and Neha. The story also offers valuable lessons on what not to do in a relationship, as well as how to hold onto each other during the toughest of times. One of the unique aspects of this book is that it is written by a non-writer, and the grammar and language may not be perfect. However, this only adds to the charm of the book, as it feels like a genuine and authentic love story. Overall, "Love Story of not a writer" is a touching and entertaining read that celebrates the power of love and friendship in our lives. It is a perfect reminder that sometimes, the most beautiful love stories are the ones that are not scripted by professional writers but are written straight from the heart.