Every heart has a pain to share. Every mind has a thought to express. Every life has a story to tell. Not just the life on earth, the in-animates that share this planet with us also have a voice that is perpetually ignored. I strongly believe that it’s only through voicing that understanding happens. A powerful expression has the ability to trigger a utilitarian thought. Letters have a power- the power to instil a mom’s strength in her daughter, the power to shout out the injustices of the world towards the weak, the power to germinate empathy and understanding in the soiled minds of the people. Letters are the scented roses in the garden of love and powerful missiles in the reign of thoughtless actions. This book contains a few letters that voice the opinions of people, apprehensions of a nation, requests of a parasite, the expectations of God and more. It’s my word to you that this book will reach the last nerve of your body and your heart will involuntarily say, “Yes! True.”
Swetha Vangaveti, an English Lecturer by profession, is a creative weaver of words. She started writing at the age of 13. She bagged the National Award for her excellence in Arts, Humanities and Sciences in 2013. This enthusiastic writer has gained her Master's degree in English Literature from the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. Her short stories were selected as the best inspiring short stories by the Buddybits in November 2018 (in association with TEDx). Her journals can be found on Penzu international, her poetry contributions can be viewed on Poetrysoup.com and MuseIndia Literary journal.