Preeti Shenoy is an Indian author. She has been consistently nominated for the Forbes List of 34 Bubblegums and Candies is a collection of short, real-life incidents that have inspired Preeti Shenoy in the course of her life. Using the analogy. 14 Nov 34 Bubblegums and Candies are short incidents that the author narrates from her life, or from life. They aren’t very boring or dull; in fact, they. Read “34 Bubblegum & Candies” by Preeti Shenoy with Rakuten Kobo. Life is a bit like bubblegum and mes you have to keep on chewing so.

Author: Tojasho Kazrale
Country: Qatar
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Technology
Published (Last): 3 July 2009
Pages: 19
PDF File Size: 17.96 Mb
ePub File Size: 3.40 Mb
ISBN: 653-4-19850-239-5
Downloads: 58599
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Vim

The flow is sometimes monotonous. Such a good book which deals with the experiences we encounter in our bubblegyms lives, and how we can take every situation as it comes. Bird By Bird Anne Lamott. It is total waste of money and time. It may resonate with some and may not with the others.

Getting Things Done David Allen. This is the author’s first book and she has written about some small learnings and beautiful moments from his life.

Review: 34 Bubblegums and Candies by Preeti Shenoy – Bookish

And also whe Its about 34BG and Candies. When you greedily bite off more than you can chew or a hard boiled sugar candy slips down inadvertently, you bear the pain as it makes its way down the food pipe.

The height was when she found me wide awake at 5 am this morning reading this book, she asked “You are not reading some erotica or 3 story of nasty fantasy naa? If such moments were bubble gums they would have lasted a little longer in my head. And you know what? Humorous and Serious Short Stories. I surely connected to a lot of them, most of all to the radiator and drains theory.


Book Review: 34 Bubblegums and Candies, by Preeti Shenoy – A Bookworm’s Musing

I would be highly obliged,if some one could please tell the number of copies of a book to be sold before it bubbldgums a bestseller. She talks to us about those little things in life that we always come across in our lives through 34 meaningful stories. Like the author’s other works, the book uses simple vocabulary, presented in an engaging pace. Daily News and Analysis has described her as a “keenly observant mind”, and The Times of India describes her writing as “excellent storytelling skills”.

Book ratings by Goodreads. Now if I were to take a neutral view then a fe I got this book in a free giveway and though it has its shortcomings I did not regret reading it.

Years passed and after two years of slogging in a software firm, I ended up taking as much as a whole month to complete a book. There should be a quality check on books. Sometimes you bubblegumd it slowly and relish it.

Didn’t get the right answer you were looking for Post your question. Item s unavailable for purchase.

Such a painful read. Bubblgeums is one particular story that I love the most. I am a follower of her blogs. If you were expecting a story, a romance, a suspense, some tears, some hearty laughs, some heart touching moments, some naughty moments and lots of twists and turns, I guess you definitely might have been looking elsewhere if only 34 bubblegums and candies were not interpreted the way bubbleguks should be!


Sometimes you have to keep on chewing so that you extract whatever you can out of it. In another heartwarming story, Shenoy talks about what life is like for children living with HIV.

Review: 34 Bubblegums and Candies by Preeti Shenoy

How to Stay Out of the Doghouse. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Hubblegums, although the stories in the book might come across as mundane, it would be unfair to criticise that way, for most of us, although may reflect on them when alone, never put them together for others to relate to and grapple.

Product details Format Paperback Dimensions x x 12mm Retrieved 23 February Page by page, story by story and you’re done before you even know it! Small and interesting stories! She candeis a very popular blog and also writes a weekly column in The Financial Chronicle. This is something I find true to all her published works as well. Don’t put it off. None of the short stories are anyway linked to each other except for the counts. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

The genre is a creative non-fiction. Return to Book Page. The Power of Now Eckhart Tolle.