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Unheard Musings

Fatima Amin

Publisher: Pencil

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About the book:
 
"Unheard Musings" is all about depression, overcoming your fears, faith and motivation. I've written this book for those people who have suicidal tendencies and those who think failures can affect their future and lives. Failure is just a chance to know your potentials that you can do it again and better. It's all about hope and faith im yourself.About the author:
 
Grinding Word's author, Fatima Amin writes sweet, fun, and soothing poetries. Her tales are motivating and fearless, but in real life, Fatima is afraid of basements, fake friends, and going up stairs when it is dark behind her. Let’s face it. Fatima is best known for her recent Urdu Poetry book, Sarfaroshii and for her anthologies. She has been a part and a junior writer at The Literary Society of India and is designated as The Literary Lieutenant at StoryMirror. She's destined to deliver the best experience of reading to all her readers.

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