Welcome to the Blog Tour of Everyone Has A Right To Love By Gagan Madan – check out my review for this book and don’t forget to get your copy today! ❤
Life is too busy but it’s also too easy, if you look closer.
Love is too complicated but it’s also too clear, if you feel deeper.
Sometimes laughter is too difficult but a small smile can give us a lot of happiness.
Today we all are too busy to prove ourselves and to excel. We have no time for love and we hide our emotions and affection.
We always choose our priorities and we will always find time for things that we feel are important and those things which give us happiness. When we love someone, we start to care because love is a priority and not an option in life.
You also have a right to love, so keep loving, stay happy.
This is a collection love stories – romances aiming to provide it’s readers with hope; hope that we all know yet somehow find ourselves unable to believe in – that we are worthy and deserving to be accepted and loved just as we are! That we deserve to have our own version of fairytale HEA – and this book succeeds in that way at least.
For me, though, it was the writing style that ended being a downer – I usually can end up hating/loving a book based on just their writing style – and somehow the writing fell a bit off the mar for me. I wish it had flown a bit smoother and not choppy as it was; something that could have ended up being a favourite anthology at this time of the year!
Yet the author does a commendable job of recognizing the inner need of his readers – the need to be accepted and to believe in their own self-worth of deserving to be loved!
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Gagan Madan is a simple and young author from a small town of Madhya Pradesh, who stepped into the world of literature with his first book Unfinished Friendship, which was received well by people. He is a self loving introvert and loves to writes on common people and their unique lives.
As a student he never liked studies and reading, but at twenty one he started his journey as a writer and he is now acknowledged as a youth role model. He prefers silence to talking.